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Ice 2007 – Icelandic Arts & Culture Festival October 31, 2007

Posted by liverpoolchamber in 2008, Capital of Culture 2008, Culture, Events, International, Liverpool, News.

Ice 2007 logoLaunching in Liverpool on 29 November until 2 December, ICE 2007 promises four days when all things Icelandic will descend on the city, as part of Liverpool’s year-long 800th birthday celebrations.

A gift from the people of Iceland to mark the city’s birthday, ICE07 is the UK’s first multi-disciplinary festival of Icelandic culture, promising lots of fun for everyone.

The festival will feature Icelandic films at FACT, art on display at the Albert Dock and an exhibition of contemporary Icelandic design at the Post and Echo building. All works will be for sale and it promises to offer an exciting range of potential Christmas presents!

There will also be a celebration of Iceland’s world-famous music scene, with a series of gigs from some of Iceland’s coolest bands playing some of Liverpool’s coolest venues.

You can also sample some of the country’s cuisine during the festival at the Room restaurant on Castle Street.

To find out about all of this and everything else that’s taking place, visit the Ice 2007 website. You’d be ‘Bjork-ing’ mad not to!


1. Missbugg - October 31, 2007

This looks superb. Thank you Iceland. I’ve visted Iceland and its a fascinating and exciting destination. Do we get the chance to give a return gift?

2. Vickie - August 31, 2008

From what I’ve heard Iceland is a wonderful place. When is the next big event and can I get a formal invitation? I’d love to know more.

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