LV21 is a unique venue with an individual and distinct identity, one of the area’s prime platforms for cultural activities across diverse artistic disciplines.
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Design entrepreneur Wayne Hemingway adds his support to the LV21 project.
“The Lightship Project seems to hit all the right spots. It sustainably brings back to life an iconic piece of local heritage and in doing so provides a home and venue for the local creative industries…
Built in 1963 Light Vessel 21 is a unique 40 metre steel-hulled lightship, the last of the renowned Philip & Son’s ships to be commissioned by Trinity House.
LV21 saw most of her service off the Kent coast on the Varne, East Goodwin and Channel stations. In 1981 she was involved in the worst Light Vessel collision in which the Lightvessel had survived. She was retired from service in 2008…
We’re a couple of experienced and award winning creative professionals, delivering arts management, consultancy and creative documentation services to both the private and public sector. We think big, aim high and have a track record of getting things done, well.
If you’d like to talk to us about hiring our skills, or if you are interested in booking LV21 for an event or performance, please get in touch.
A short film documenting the first Lookout 21 residency with Radio Arts and LV21′s radio expert Colin Turner aka G3VTT. For more information about the Lookout project please visit lookout21.co.uk.
LV21 are proud to have helped secure £1.5m investment in the arts for North Kent. We have since stepped down from our role as a consortium member of CPP but continue to work with the project as an independent delivery partner. Here’s a film our skipper produced about the project.