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All reviews old church grayson perry local artists free activities brick city craft activities choice of food nice cafe at reasonable prices gift shop scones great value for money great place to visit gallery stanthorpe exhibits origami
The cafe in this great art centre is clean and comfortable,with staff who meet customers with a friendly welcome.
Reasonably priced food and drink ( best scones in town!) are well presented and quickly served. They cater for all tastes and are child friendly too.
I love 20-21. Visit every few months and you’ll be treated to a new experience each time with a new exhibition to dive into. Visit more regularly than that and enjoy the fab cafe and prowl the gift shop.
What I love especially is that...More
Popped in as we had not been for a while.Had coffee and a scone food was fresh service excellent staff friendly and polite. Had a wander round very interesting and excellent hand made items for sale attractive prices. Plenty of advertising as to what’s happening...More
Really enjoyed our visit here. Had a good lunch in the cafe which is modern and light. The exhibits were very interesting, much better than the Hepworth, Wakefield we visited the day before. The shop there has some great stuff made by artists that are...More
We took our grancchildren to the pumpkin decorating activity, which was free of charge! The staff were really helpful and engaged with the children, advising on how they might decorate their pumpkins.
In addition, the gallery had several good exhibitions (one a local artists competition,...More
Last time we visited we popped in for lunch and have returned again, but this time we just stopped for a coffee and a piece of cake we were so impressed with the selection on offer and the cakes were all home made by the...More
we went primarily to see the Grayson Perry 'vanity of the small differences' exhibition, and it was fantastic. You could easily spend 2 or 3 hours on this alone . I finished on 9th Sept, so we were there for the last day. However the...More
Saw the incredible Grayson Perry "The Vanity of Smal Differences" exhibition. The 6 huge, stunning tapestries are hung in the old nave of the church to great effect. The setting is so intimate ans you can get really close to the work. When we arrived...More
Spent two and a half hours in the exhibition looking at six tapestries with my partner,part of which was an audio visual while sitting in 1950s armchairs as Grayson explains his work. Studio is in an old church and adds to the atmosphere. Lovely cafe...More
Absolutely love this place!! Wish it was open on Sundays as we tend to visit family in Scunny on Sundays. The exhibitions are always really interesting. What an amazing surprise today to find that they’re hosting an exhibition of woven scenes designed by Grayson Perry!!!...More