Liverpool's centre for the contemporary arts

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Located in the heart of Liverpool's shopping district, the Bluecoat houses a number of specialist independent retailers offering an eclectic range of beautifully designed handmade and unique products.

Stocking the best in contemporary craft, design, music, fashion and homewares, the shops at the Bluecoat should be your first destination in the city for the unique and the unusual. Use the links on the left hand side and below to see what each of our ten retailers make, sell and do.

Stitches
the Bluecoat Display Centre
Kernaghan Books
R&J Porter: Jeweller, Silversmith and Hand Engraver
The Painted Chair
Lalligrass
Probe Records
J.H. Benson & Co
Spellbound Hair & Beauty
Myne Boutique
   

Bluecoat, Liverpool’s centre for the contemporary arts, announces 2018 exhibition of sound art

Bluecoat, Liverpool’s centre for the contemporary arts, announces 2018 exhibition of sound art

Bluecoat’s gallery is transformed into a sonic chamber for collective singing in this ground-breaking new sound installation by Emma Smith, based on the music of social communication. Euphonia is an interactive sound work illustrating how we unconsciously make music through interlocking rhythms, pitch and tone when we engage in friendly interactions - such as chitchat with friends.  Smith will draw from sounds created by the many people who visit Bluecoat on a daily basis –parents and babies, visitors to the café and the choirs and groups who rehearse there in the evenings.

R&J Porter presents Bluecoat with custom made silver dish marking the end of its 300th year

R&J Porter presents Bluecoat with custom made silver dish marking the end of its 300th year

Get into the festive spirit whilst supporting Bluecoat!

Get into the festive spirit whilst supporting Bluecoat!

Bluecoat Membership - Join the Society

Bluecoat Membership - Join the Society

Philip Courtenay: 25 Years on from LODE

Philip Courtenay: 25 Years on from LODE

25 years ago, a group of teenagers from Yellow House carried a procession of wooden crates from the Albert Dock to Bluecoat. Each crate held special cargo, a memento from countries dotting an invisible line around the globe. The line, drawn by artist Philip Courtenay, connected Liverpool and Hull.

About the Bluecoat

Liverpool’s centre for the contemporary arts, Bluecoat showcases talent across visual art, music, dance, live art and literature. As the most ...

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Mon - Sat 9.00am - 6.00pm
Sun 11.00am - 6.00pm

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0151 702 5324 | info@thebluecoat.org.uk

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