New Campaign Shines Light on Liverpool's Culture

Watch the new campaign film featuring local artists Raven and Dayzy, that highlights the vibrant culture scene that Liverpool has to offer.

Date posted

17 January 2022

Liverpool is rich with restless creators - a bubbling stew of artists, companies, groups and venues dedicated to ingenious invention, to the spice and sparkle of new ideas for you, your friends and family to enjoy.

From names that need no introduction, to those whose work is less well known but just as vivid, we can’t wait to show you what we’ve got in store. From big nights out and reflective moments, to belly laughs and quiet sighs, our city’s creative teams are itching to welcome you back to where the best stories happen…

This film featuring local artists Raven and Dayzy highlights the vibrant arts and culture scene in our city.

Can you spot the Bluecoat?

Film Credits

Starring Dayzy & Raven

Directed & Edited by Jack Whiteley

Produced by Carl Davies at FACT

Director of Photography: Jamie Haigherty

Focus Puller: Carl Davies

Gaffer: Chris Moore at Tunstall Film Services

2nd Unit DOP: Jack Whiteley & Carl Davies

Drone Footage: Ant Clausen

Stylist: Beth Jones

Hair & Make-up: Eve Jenkins

Colourist: Juliette Wileman at Absolute Post

Sound Design: Joe Wills

Special Thanks: Laura Johnson, Josh Rowe, Clare Wilde, Jessica Fairclough, Farhana Khan, Dominic Beaumont, Jay Hynd, David Wright, Olivia Graham, Sumuyya Khader, Joanna Rowlands, Jack Welsh, Wesley Storey, Mark McNulty, House of Suarez, Lili Taijaard, Ally Goodman, Emily Guest, Michael Parry, Melodic Distraction, 24 Kitchen Street and Invisible Wind Factory.


Written & Performed By: Dayzy & Raven

Produced By: Fourthirteen

Engineer & Mix By: GoPlay Studios

Mix & Master: Loft Mastering

Music Direction By: Yaw Owusu, The Playmaker Group

This project has been supported using public funding by Arts Council England and Culture Liverpool the culture department of Liverpool City Council in partnership with:

20 Stories High | All Things Considered Theatre | Arts Groupie | BlackFest | Bluecoat | BrazUKa | Collective Encounters | DaDaFest | dot-art| FACT | First Take | Focal Studios | Homotopia | International Slavery Museum | Katumba | Kitchen Sink Live | Lady Lever Art Gallery | Liverpool Arab Arts Festival | Liverpool Biennial | Liverpool Empire | Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse Theatres | Liverpool Irish Festival | Liverpool's Royal Court | Luma Creations | Maritime Museum | Merseyside Dance Initiative | Metal | Movema | OLC Productions | Open Culture | Open Eye Gallery | Pagoda Arts | Paperwork Theatre | Royal Liverpool Philharmonic | Squash | Sudley House | Tate Liverpool | The Atkinson | The Black-E | The Comedy Trust | The Windows Project | Tmesis Theatre | Unity Theatre | Wired Aerial Theatre | World Museum | Writing on the Wall