Liverpool Arts Lab invites David Bramwell to perform The Cult Of Water in Liverpool this week. 

Later this week author, musician, award winning radio presenter and all round irrepressible creative David Bramwell brings his solo-show The Cult Of Water to the Gibberish Brewpub hosted by the Liverpool Arts Lab.

The pay-what-you-like event follows on from the well received and memorable performance of Pigspurts Daughter by Daisy Campbell last year and kicks off Liverpool Arts Lab activity for 2019.

Written and performed by Bramwell The Cult Of Water, described as a “candle-lit odyssey upriver, in search of the supernatural secrets of our waterways“, combines original music by Oddfellow’s Casino, film, art and archive footage provided by the Yorkshire Film Archive with a captivating monologue. “As a one-man show it is a feast for the ears, eyes, heart and soul, taking audiences on a dream-like journey in search of the spirit of dark and lonely waters“.

As with all performances the evening will conclude with a Q&A specifically focussed on the history and stories of the host location, with the Liverpool performance welcoming local poet Eleanor Rees to provide some illumination on the vast folklore surrounding the River Mersey.

David Bramwell’s The Cult Of Water plays Gibberish Brewpub on Thursday 17th January 2019 at 7pm.

Tickets are on sale now for free, with the audience paying-what-they-like on the evening after the performance. Secure your space here.

For more information and an interview with David Bramwell visit the Liverpool Arts Lab site here.