Convenience Gallery are throwing a massive Christmas Festival and you are all invited.
On the day they’ve got a boss line-up of local talent and live music from Astles, Louie Miles, Spilt Milk Society, Nace x2 b2b and E&M b2b.
Dripped Goods will be leading a drop in workshop too! They will also have an art auction with work for sale from local artists we’ve worked with and supported across the last two years. They also have a huge raffle with some incredible prizes all donated from independent businesses across the area.
They’ve also got food from Forked Up Vegan, and the Bloom bar will be open and they’re really looking forward to kicking off the festive season with you all.
This event is free to attend (donation based and raffle tickets available) and the first 50 pints of AloeBirra will be free thanks to the AloeBirra Team as well – they’re a new independent brewery on the Wirral and you’re going to love them.
This festival is also an opportunity for them to fundraise for Convenience too. As a not for profit any money they make goes back into delivering the work, project and support what they do in the community. Part of the push for this will be their Christmas Raffle(who doesn’t love a raffle).
They have prizes from: Future Yard, Make Hamilton, Zero Clucks Given, Adams & Russell, Be Well Learning, FINSA, Where Are The Girl Bands, Amerton Pottery, CASS Art, Jostles Bakery, Glen Affric, BIFF, Astles, Rendova Farm Shop, Wirral Wellbeing, 10 Street Cycles, Essen Minimal, Hoylake Pantry, ODC Ts, Convenience Ts/ Life Drawing. Follow the ticket link to get you early raffle tickets.
A second part of their fundraising and a major part of the day will be their art auction. You will have the chance to bid on and hopefully own original work from Joana de Oliveira Guerreiro, Patric Rogers, Andy Wolfenden, Georgemma Hunt, Millie Toyin Olateju, Jon Edgley, Ryan Gauge, Dripped Goods, Ry Dilkes, Rosa Kussabi, Lois Tierney, Fred Franke, Dan Chan, Stephen Forge, Max Mallender, Ellie Brennan, Faye Hamblett-Jones, Dan O’Dempsey with more to be announced!! It’s a fantastic line up of amazing northwest creatives.
They’d love to see you down on the day, the day’s programme starts from 4pm with plenty to get involved with. This event is family friendly too. So pop down for a bit or dance the night away it a day for everyone.
The event is free to attend and they have free tickets available but they also have raffle tickets available via the link here.
They have appreciated everyone’s support this year and can’t wait to celebrate with you all on the 4th.