You may recognise storyteller extraordinaire Gav Cross from one of our many events he’s hosted at the Bluecoat for young people and adults, along with his many appearances and literary events and festivals across the country.
Cross is a member of Funny Looking Kids Comedy Club, Liverpool's first regular comedy club for children, but his work has the ability to engage with audiences of all ages.
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Where the Arts Belong: Making Sense (Of It All)
Cross is among a group of leading artists involved with our Where the Arts Belong project which involves the artists working creatively with people living with dementia. Bluecoat's exhibition Where the Arts Belong: Making Sense (Of It All) showcases the work the artists created during and as a result of their time involved with the project so far.
Cross led remote storytelling sessions with staff and residents of Belong Village during the Covid-19 lockdown, as part of Belong At Home. His animated guide to storytelling can be found in the gallery.
See the show before Sun 12 Jun.