What’s on

Looking for something to do? We run an eclectic and exciting events and exhibitions programme aimed at both families and adult visitors. It ranges from crafts and performances to road races and much more!

Sunlight soap inspires new installation at Port Sunlight

Box Room, Saturday 17th July – Sunday 19th September 2021

A new, large-scale art installation inspired by the iconic Sunlight soap packaging will be unveiled at Port Sunlight village in the Wirral this summer.

Created by artist Tod Hanson, Box Room combines graphics inspired by the world’s first packaged and branded laundry soap with references to the architectural features of the village and the industrial heritage of Lever Brothers famous soap factory.

Box Room will be on show inside Port Sunlight’s church hall, which was once part of the MacFisheries shops complex in the village and thought to be used as a bakery. The outside of the 18 foot long box installation amplifies graphic elements from the Sunlight packaging, while inside is a room which fuses the functional design of a factory space with a decorative domestic interior.

Admission to Box Room is free and tickets can be booked online at https://tickets.portsunlightvillage.com/ COVID-related safety measures including social distancing and limited visitor numbers will be in place.

Tickets will be on sale from July.


Summer Performances in The Dell

Enjoy some open air theatre in The Dell this summer as the wonderful Folksy Theatre return with two great shows. On Saturday 7th August at 7pm, it will be time for the iconic Shakespeare play ‘The Tempest’.

Then on Friday 20th August at 2pm, enjoy their brilliant family performance of ‘Little Red and the Big Bad Wolf’. Bring along your picnics, rugs and folding chairs and enjoy the wonderful surroundings of the unique setting of the Dell in Port Sunlight Village.

The Dell is one of the original creek’s that ran through the village, it was dammed and a landscaped park was created. At the eastern end stood The Auditorium, originally conceived of as an open-air theatre, this area was used for village and company events before being dismantled in 1937. Experiencing a Folksy Theatre performance in this location is a true piece of history!

Tickets are available direct from Folksy’s website http://www.folksytheatre.co.uk/