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Kazimier Garden

The Kazimier was formed in 2007, staging night-time parties in their Liverpool city centre base - The Kazimier Club. Fusing elements of clubbing, theatre, experimental performance and fine art, the aim was to create a new form of ceremony - ritual experiences that would lead audiences through euphoric and psychedelic states using a mixture of art, technology, and performance. Kazimier Productions has grown into a large team of artistic collaborators producing unique events across the UK, equipped with a workshop, studio and electronics lab for the fabrication of custom commissions and installations. The Kazimier Garden is the outdoor space belonging to Liverpool's iconic live music venue the Kazimier. It's one of the city's most popular beer gardens in summer and as a result they operate a 'one-in-one-out' policy to make sure crowds never spoil the chilled, laid back atmosphere. The garden itself is little haven inside the city, and has gained a strong reputation for its good music, wide selections of beers and easy-going vibes. It's the perfect place to while away a hot, summer afternoon and its success has been such that it now remains open all year-round, the Kazimier transforming the space into a cosy winter garden in the colder months of the year, with visitors able to drink mulled wine and international beers in front of roaring coal fires. Food is also available (usually BBQ) and you can keep an eye on our site for the latest live music listings. Here's one top tip: if you're coming here on a hot day, make sure you get there early to make sure you get in!
Q About

Based in Liverpool, Kazimier Productions create interdisciplinary multimedia shows for a variety of contexts from intimate immersive theatre to mass audience outdoor spectacles. Kazimier Productions work on bespoke commissions for a wide range of national clients as well as devising our own in-house productions pooling resources from across a huge network of artistic collaborators.

Q Cost of Service

Programme
Invisible Wind Factory Liverpool
Ticket price £13-£18

Invisible Wind Factory + Substation
Ticket price £9 - £16

IWF Substation
Ticket price £12-£14

White Lies, Black Honey and more
Ticket price £25

EVOL prsents Ghostpoet (LIVE)
Ticket price £15

Q Directions & Parking

Free parking is available outside the Kazimier after 6pm and if you're struggling to find a space, Q Park on Hanover Street has plenty. If you're coming to the Kazimier by train, it's just a short walk from Lime Street Station and Liverpool Central. Opening times vary depending on what's on.

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  • Monday04:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Tuesday04:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Wednesday02:00 PM - 12:00 AM
  • Thursday02:00 PM - 12:00 AM
  • Friday02:00 PM - 12:00 AM
  • Saturday12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
  • Sunday12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
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  • Price Range 9.00 - 25.00
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