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08 Create: Palm house expects an invasion to celebrate food.

Byline: Ruth Gould

A CELEBRATION of the diversity of Liverpool's food culture will take place in Sefton Park later this month.

Plant Invasion - a festival of dance, drama, music and design celebrating the origins of food - will be held at Sefton Park palm house on Saturday, March 25.

Visitors will hear a huge variety of music played on kitchen utensils, a gig by Urban Strawberry Lunch, plus stories and dances from around the world.

Guests will then be able to sample the food.

Hope Street has been working in partnership with the National Museums Liverpool to produce the event, which involves more than 250 people.

Plant Invasion is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Liverpool Culture Company, the Arts Council of England and is Hope Street's contribution to the Creative Communities' Around the City in 80 Days project.

For further information call 0151-708 8007.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Mar 11, 2006
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