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Ticket Type Price Fee Quantity
Seminar, General Entrance £45.00 £4.10
Seminar, VIP Reception and Concert, General Entrance £95.00 £8.00
Seminar only, Corporates £75.00 £6.44
Seminar, VIP Reception, Corporates £145.00 £11.90
Seminar, VIP Reception and Concert, Corporates £200.00 £16.19
Seminar only, students, OAPs
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£35.00 £3.32
Seminar, VIP Reception and Concert, Students, OAPs, Limited Tickets
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£60.00 £5.27

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Join us for a Spectacular Day
on Thursday 1st November 2018:
two events, one place, for everyone

at the iconic St George's Hall in Liverpool, UK

Organised by Universal Inclusion in partnership with ICCC and Liverpool City Council in support of the ICCC International Student Design Competition Fellowships

 Raising the Root 2018 Partners

These events are aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and foster the ICCC program: “Imagining the Possible”.


If you require support to attend any of these events, kindly contact us directly at universal.inclusion@icloud.com.

When ordering tickets please also indicate any food sensitivities.

 

 

Creating The Space to Participate

Venue: St George's Hall, Liverpool
Time: 2.00pm to 5.00pm

An afternoon seminar to explore how together we can create the drive required to push for a Paradigm Shift that will change rights, protections and aspirations into real and sustainable opportunities for everyone, in front of and behind the camera, on and off the stage, or in any other format or platform.

As part of the proceedings, we will sign up to our vision and create a Call to Action. This will later be included in a white paper that will be presented to the UN, local government and other interested bodies.

Key speakers include:

Ayesha Gavin

James Holt

Grant Logan

Dan White

Jacqueline Winstanley Bsc Hons

Professor Dianne Davis

Christine Gong

ICCC Competition Winner Fellows

Master of Ceremonies: Robert Winstanley

Who should attend? 

NGOs, entrerpreneurs, private and public businesses and anyone in the cultural or arts space that has faced access challenges, has solutions and wishes to be part of a drive to #LeaveNoOneBehind.

Dress Code: Business Smart
 

VIP Sparkling Reception

Venue: St George's Hall, Liverpool

Time: 5.30pm to 6.45pm

A VIP sparkling reception will take place ahead of the evening concert, where guests will have the chance to engage with the artists and other distinguished guests while enjoying refreshments in the surroundings of the iconic and unique 160-year-old hall.

Dress Code: Business Smart / Cocktail

 

A Celebration of Culture & Arts

Venue: St George's Hall, Liverpool
Time: 7.00pm to 10.00pm

A spectacular evening of music, awards, culture and art that demonstrates how the theory can be brought to life, capturing humanity at its best. The programme includes a dazzling show featuring awards and star performances, music and choir from

Jazz Vocalist ‘King of Swing’ Asa Murphy

The internationally-acclaimed theorbo and lute player Matthew Wadsworth

James Holt, a solo artist from Bolton and is receiving attention and praise from music industry giants and is one to watch,

Napua Davoy, a most extraordinary song stylist

The Bernie Whelan choir

The award-winning Chinese Pagoda Youth Orchestra who have performed worldwide and who are the first and largest youth orchestra in Europe

During the evening, we will also hear from International Fellows who will present and speak about the competition they entered and won, and the impact this has had on their lives; and we will celebrate this year's award winners for the ICCC awards for the Caring Citizen of the Humanities, recognising the contributions they have done and continue to make.

Master of Ceremonies: Dan White. Dan is a global speaker, artist, writer and creator of Department of Ability

Who should attend? 

Anyone who is interested in cultural or arts.

#LeaveNoOneBehind.

Dress Code: Business Smart / Cocktail

 

Please note that the above programmes may be subject to changes.


 

FAQs

Is the Hall Accessible?

Please contact us directly if you have any questions.

What's the refund policy?

Refunds will be given up to seven (7) days before the event. After this date, refunds will only be given in cases of emergencies and each case will be considered individually.

Do you have questions about Raising The Roof 2018? Contact Universal Inclusion

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Where


St George's Hall

L1 1JJ Liverpool
United Kingdom

Organiser

Universal Inclusion

Universal Inclusion is leading the way in making the world a much more accessible place, one where everyone feels included. Our ethos reflects the many ways as a society we can collectively and individually change not only our own, but other people's lives, for the better - often by making simple changes to the way we do things.

At Universal Inclusion we believe in bringing our values and beliefs to life through spectacular, international, ground-breaking events.

We invite you to join us as we celebrate life's opportunities through our fabulous events

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