Light Night Windsor Street Party presented by WoW, Squash, 20 Stories High, Brazuka/Katumba, Cinema Nation, VideOdyssey” Windsor Street’s creative organisations are throwing a street party filled with performance, spoken word, dance, music, food, film, arts and crafts, all taking place in the street’s beautiful venues. Celebrating the Liverpool 8 community and highlighting the areas rich history and bright future, the party will open with the energetic Katumba drummers, a WoW writing workshop. In partnership with Squash, 20 Stories High, Brazuka/Katuma, Video Odyssey and Cinema Nation.Beginning with an energising, Ritualistic Carnival performance from Katumba Drumming you will be lead through Windsor Street's many arts and culture organisations to sample a taste of the diverse, exciting things happening in our community; carnival drumming and dance, spoken word performances, projections of historical home video and found footage of the area, photographs and exhibited material of the area, special Light Night food offers, mandala’s created with locally found materials, pavement and chalk drawings / graffiti, a walkable labyrinth, street chakra’s in key locations along the street and more.This event is part of the tenth annual LightNight Liverpool, the free one-night arts festival, which is taking place on Friday 17 May 2019. On LightNight, Liverpool springs to life for a Friday night out like no other. With new commissions and a packed programme of more than 100 events, the festival offers an unforgettable experience to be enjoyed with friends and family. Venues across the city will stay open late to present live music, workshops, theatre, exhibitions and much more. For 2019 LightNight explores personal and collective rituals, from the spiritual to the habitual, and consider how they help us to understand the world and define, or transcend, our place within it. Festival guides can be purchased from selected outlets across the city centre or ordered online at www.lightnightliverpool.co.uk. LightNight is produced by local social enterprise Open Culture.