KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY 08 Culture Diary.
GIG: Hillbilly hell-raisers Hayseed Dixie return to Liverpool with their irresist table live show that combines the band's own material with unique interpretations of other artist's songs. They're notorious for their 'rockgrass' covers, but with the seventh studio album they have revealed a new songwriting voice.
Carling Academy, tonight, tickets pounds 12.50adv, 7pm.
0905 020 3999.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Frutopia by Luli Barzman is a series of photographs celebrating the human body and the colour and vibrancy of fresh fruit and vegetables. View Two Gallery, Mathew Street, free, Thursday to Saturday, 12pm to 4pm (5pm Sat), or by appointment. 0151 236 9444.
MUSIC: Snap: Out of it is an improvised music workshop taking place tonight. All levels of musicianship welcome as the ideas of openness to listening, interaction, and creative ideas central to free improvised music are explored. The Sandon Room, The Bluecoat, pounds 2, 7.30pm to 9pm. 0151 702 5324.
ART: The work of acclaimed Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist is now showing at the Fact centre on Wood Street, including the urban haven of Gravity Be My Friend, where visitors can lie down and watch relaxing scenes on the ceiling of the gallery. Free. 0151 707 4450.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Sep 1, 2008|
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