The Tapestry, Liverpool

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The Tapestry, Liverpool

Based in a former printing warehouse, The Tapestry in Liverpool is a unique, award-winning creative hub in Liverpool’s emerging Fabric District. The community-centred creative venture features workspace, an occasional gallery space, three event spaces, two bars, a café and much more. The refurbished building won the Inspired Spaces North Award in 2018 and will soon be complimented by a ‘Curated Art Garden’ in 2020.

68-76 Kempston StreetLiverpoolL3 8HL View map
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‘Seeing Things’ at The Edge in Wigan, gathers the work of nine local artists in an effort to bring art and related activities closer to the community.

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