The Florrie is looking to bring together artists to sell their works at a Trinkets & Treasures market on 12th August 2017.
The market is part of much wider community celebration that will lead into an all Liverpool line up music gig in the Grand Hall later in the evening, with special guests to be announced.
Fast becoming a destination renowned for it arts and cultural offer the Florrie has collaborated and exhibited with internationally renowned artists and designers such as Valentino, Jimmy Cauty, Jamie Reid and Alan Moore. Their last Super Weird Happening brought over 1000 visitors from across the country throughout the day.
Artists who are interested in selling at this day event should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
The Florrie is a spectacular Grade II listed Victorian visitor attraction in South Liverpool, utilising its heritage to improve social development through education and recreation. A social gem in Liverpool lovingly restored for everybody.
Open seven days a week, we offer a wide variety of participatory activities for people of all ages, multi-purpose event spaces available for hire and fully inclusive workspaces for businesses.