Porgy and Bess; Liverpool giant puppets; Gerald Seymour
Tonight's Front Row celebrates the return of giant puppets to Liverpool. This time, the little girl and her dog are joined by her grandmother: Kirsty Lang finds out about the threesome, and how Liverpool council copes with turning the city-centre into a giant's performance-space.
Also in the programme: thriller writer Gerald Seymour on the changing face of contemporary Irish politics; Rufus Bonds Jnr and Nicola Hughes on singing Porgy And Bess; and a review of the first solo exhibition of works by Gego - who has been described as the grandmother of Venezuelan contemporary art.
Giant Puppets return to Liverpool
Porgy and Bess
Gego. Line as Object
A review of the first solo exhibition of works by Gego - sometimes described as the grandmother of Venezualan contemporary art.
Gego. Line as Object is showing at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds from 24 July 19 October 2014.
|Interviewed Guest||Guenaelle Raux|
|Interviewed Guest||Andy McNicholl|
|Interviewed Guest||Gerald Seymour|
|Interviewed Guest||Griselda Pollock|
|Interviewed Guest||Rufus Bonds Jr|
|Interviewed Guest||Nicola Hughes|