Live Age Festival 2017
Thanks to Ray Johnson and the Staffordshire Film Archive for the film which celebrates and documents the 4th Live Age Festival in 2017.
The festival was held over two days at the New Vic Theatre, in Newcastle under Lyme, and the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery in Hanley, Stoke on Trent. Highlights include new site-responsive work from integrated dance company FRONTLINEdance, theatre workshops with Andy Barry from the Manchester Royal Exchange's Company of Elders, performance from the Fine and Dandy Jazz Band, and the Live Age Conversation, chaired by Prof. David Amigoni of Keele University which discussed Stoke's bid to become City of Culture in 2021.
Please view the gallery of photographs from the event below. If you have any comments or feedback from this Live Age Festival, please get in touch.