Bringing our Music & Comedy Festival to Virtual LIfe

We are super excited to be working with artists to bring our Music & Comedy Festival to virtual life.

From 4th – 18th April we’ll bringing all the fun of a Citadel Arts festival into the digital world with two online events lined up which are guaranteed to have you singing along or full-on belly laughing.

We’ll be getting creative with online craft activities and will also be running competitions throughout the two weeks, so follow us on FacebookTwitter and YouTube to make sure you don’t miss a thing.

Our aim is to make sure that even in these challenging times, we can continue with the fantastic work that we do. All of the activities that we present online over the coming weeks will be completely free for families to access but we ask if you might be able to support the Citadel Arts Charity by making a donation.

We can’t wait to welcome you to the Digital World of Citadel Arts.

John Hinton presents:

Ensonglopedia – Online Gig

Saturday 11th April

John will be performing a hand picked selection of his award winning songs in this online performance which will be broadcast on our Facebook

Expect the unexpected, and expect it to rhyme.

Starts at:  2.00pm
Where: Facebook

Gav Cross presents:

Funny Looking Kids: Online Comedy Club

Saturday 18th April

Liverpool’s first regular comedy club for kids (and their invited guests/handlers…) are bringing their hilarious show online.

From the first sketch to the final joke competition, Funny Looking Kids: Comedy Club is a rag tag bag of tomfoolery and nonsense.

This club offers comedy for kids with an alternative twist.

Expect sketches, games, jokes, chaos and noise.

Starts at:  2.00pm
Where: YouTube