Liverpool is ready to celebrate the stars of Eurovision 2023 — and so are we. We’re pleased to announce The LUSH Liverpool Lounge, our home during the Eurovision fortnight.
LUSH’s biggest store in the world is actually located in Liverpool. They’re turning the third floor into a song contest fantasyland replete with stage, interview area and coffee bar. We can’t reveal it quite yet, but swipe to slide two below to see the magic they worked at Christmas.
The artists of Eurovision 2023 are confirming day by day. They’ll get closer to all of you with fan meet and greets, press conferences and live performances. As a thank you, LUSH will be treating the singers to exclusive spa treatments.
From enchanting eyes to pouts with clout, LUSH will even help some of them get their glam on with its wide range of vegan makeup packed with cruelty-free colour and benefits beyond the selfie.
We will be sharing our confirmed artists and the dates and times of their appearances in the weeks ahead.
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ABOUT LUSH Liverpool
LUSH embodies the spirit and values of Eurovision. We’re partnering with them so we can celebrate diversity in style — and bring fans a unique experience when they arrive in Liverpool.
A vibrant and inclusive space, LUSH Liverpool is a pillar in the community. Since opening its doors in 2019, the store has hosted a variety of events showcasing local LGBTQ+ talent and raised awareness of LGBTQ+ rights, causes, and movements. Working with organisations such as Homotopia and All Out, LUSH uses its third floor as a community exhibition space to put on drag brunches, photography exhibits, and art displays.
From Thursday 20th April until 18th May 2023, Homotopia will collaborate with UKRAINEPRIDE to host a four-week long photography and video exhibition on the third floor. The exhibition will show the lives of queer people living and loving each other throughout war – raising awareness and showing support for one of the most marginalised communities living in Ukraine.
The floor will host the work by artist Artur Vovchenko, a queer photographer, multi-disciplinary artist and activist based in Ukraine who has been working to tell the stories of the lives of queer people during the war in Kyiv and Kharkiv. Vovchenko has captured ten uniquely queer stories – each person’s narrative will be exhibited through five photographs, an accompanied text telling the individual’s story and a QR code for an audio description. The exhibition will be accompanied with a special sound design from Nastya Vogan.
The work will be available to buy throughout the exhibition with all funds going to UKRAINEPRIDE’s ‘LGBTQ+ Ukraine Emergency Fund’ to help safeguard Queer Ukrainians affected by war.