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‘The La’s 1987′ Exhibition Opens This Week, to coincide with Rarities Album Release

‘The La’s 1987' Exhibition Opens This Week, to coincide with Rarities Album Release “An exhibition celebrating the 30 year anniversary of the first tour by...

Featured Artist: Jake Summerton, photographing The Las

Featured Artist: Jake Summerton, Photographer ‘The La’s 1987’ – Rarities Album Release & Liverpool Exhibition runs: 15th September – 7th October 2017 The Florrie, 377 Mill St, Liverpool L8 4RF -- Words,...

Call for stallholders: Trinkets & Treasures at The Florrie

DEADLINE: -- August 2017

Trinkets and Treasures, The Florrie – Call for artists

DEADLINE: 1st August 2017

Layla D’Angelo brings her latest work, from ‘La Flori’ Barcelona, to the The Florrie

New York born artist Layla D’Angelo brings an exhibition of her latest work Anyway…….Bernardino, from ‘La Flori’ Barcelona to the The Florrie Liverpool  from...

Review: Next Stop New York, The Florrie

Next Stop New York The Florrie, until 18th April 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith On April Fool’s Day 2017, The Florrie had an event called ’14 Hour Super...

Next Stop New York puts the spotlight on Liverpool and Black American Music at...

Next Stop New York puts the spotlight on Liverpool and Black American Music at The Florrie The Florrie is fast becoming a magnet for some...

Volunteering at The Florrie

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Review: Jamie Reid’s Casting Seeds takes over The Florrie

Jamie Reid, Casting Seeds The Florrie, 6th September-16th October 2016 If politics should be local, then so should punk. That’s what I took away from this...

Hidden Gems Feature: The Florrie Gets Art Curator

The Florrie’s second exhibition continues to impress with work from artist Jamie Reid, known for his iconic work for the Sex Pistols and Suburban Press.

Review: Aftermath Dislocation Principle, Jimmy Cauty

A simple celebration of the tiny significance that this history has now, using tiny people and tiny lights. There’s nothing closer to the truth of what the 80s is now than that word: history.

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