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Liverpool Giants

Liverpool Giants Return in 2014

In April 2014, Royal De Luxe will be returning to Liverpool for a five day event with their incredible giant puppets.

The French theatre experts, Royal De Luxe first brought 3 giants to Liverpool to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the RMS Titanic disaster. The event was named Sea Odyssey and the three puppets featured a dog, a deep sea diver and a little girl. Together the three portrayed a heart warming tale of a little girl who awakens in Stanley Park and wonders through the city centre to later be reunited with her Uncle (the deep sea diver) who delivered a letter from her father, a steward on the Titanic.

Hundreds of thousands of people turned up to watch the event in 2012, and in April 2014 they will be returning to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War One. The Royal De Luxe theatre is keeping details of the next chapter under wraps for it to be a surprise to the public when they are unveiled sometime in April 2014.

Liverpool Giants

Liverpool Giants

Mrs Grant, who is co-ordinating the First World War commemoration was quoted saying: “This is sure to be a truly powerful and memorable piece of street theatre, which will shine a spotlight on an incredibly important period in our history.” The Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson said it was “guaranteed to be awe-inspiring”

The first event attracted over 250,000 spectators and generated an estimated £32 million pounds for the city of Liverpool. More information about the Giants’ routes around the city centre and their story will be released at a later date.

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I started to regenerate listed buildings in the centre of Liverpool, quite late in life, as i did not start until I was in my early forties. Our last building 30 James street, is by far the largest so far not just measured by the sheer size of the building but also by what this building stands for and in some ways i am just the custodian of this building guiding it into it's new identity as one of Liverpool's best hotels

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