The life of the cult-icon Gil Scott-Heron will be brought to life next month with a series of must-see events in Liverpool.
Firstly on October 31st, the music of Gil Scott-Heron will be brought to life at the Philharmonic Hall when Scott-Heron‘s brilliant musical director Kim Jordan will be joined by local wordsmith Malik Al Nasir.
Jordan and Al Nasir will explore Scott-Heron‘s themes of injustice and liberty and will also be joined by songstress Rita Carter.
The following day on November 1st at the Picturehoue at FACT, the tribute will continue with the showing of two films Word Up: From Ghetto to Mecca (2005) and Who Is Gil Scott-Heron (2015) along with a very special Q&A with Che Scott-Heron conducted by Malik Al Nasir.
Tickets for The Revolution is Live at the Philharmonic Hall are standing at £17.50, while tickets for the film showing & Q&A the following day will be priced at £11.60 for adults.