The oldest Grade 1 listed building in Liverpool’s city centre (dating back to 1717). Following a £14.5m redevelopment, it re-opened in March 2008, as a major landmark on the UK map of contemporary culture. With a new wing of galleries and a state-of-the-art Performance Space, the Bluecoat showcases talent across all creative disciplines including visual art, music, literature, dance and live art, and nurtures new talent by providing studio spaces for artists within a unique creative community.
-Upstairs Restaurant Bar. Located on the first floor, Upstairs at the Bluecoat offers locally produced, seasonal food together with a great wine list, a children’s menu, a special Sunday lunch menu and the most creative backdrop in town. School Lane. 0151 702 7783
- Espresso. Grab illy coffees, Jing leaf teas, soft drinks, sandwiches, soups and salads to enjoy in the Bluecoat’s building hub, its iconic courtyard or its peaceful garden. [edit text]
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