Summer Pop-up Gallery, 2 Tulketh Street, Southport PR8 1AQ(next to Cafe Nero)

10th June - 1st Sept



The End of Show Event featuring the best of local music and poetical talent took place at The Macmillan Summer Popup Gallery on Saturday 24th August and was a great success. A special thanks goes out to all who attended; all who performed and Steve's Sounds  provided such a great quality sound with his PA

A Night of Poetry presented by Fringe Poets: Phil McNulty and Steve Beattie on Thurs 24th October, concluded the October Exhibition. Eighteen poets took part - thanks to all who read, listened and had a great time.




Sat 24th Aug: End of Show Event featuring musicians: Emma Kennard; Road To Poppyville and Just By Chance;Soul Singers: Brown en Blonde and poets Petrova C. Fairhurst and Malcolm Rimmer;

7pm - 9.15pm  Entry: £1 donation to Macmillan.

Drinks £1 / tea or coffee 50p

Tuition in drawing and painting given by Anton Dolders - Mondays 2pm - 4pm and 6pm - 8pm

plus days and hours to suit, call 0774 900 6213

bring your own materials to work with

£7.50 for two hours

Proceeds to Macmillan Cancer Support




 Saturday 15th June: Macmillan Summer Pop-up Gallery opened

 Artist in Residence: Julia Ramis' Watercolour Demonstrations taking place inside or outside the gallery - various days

Saturday 22nd June: Silk Painting Demonstration by Annette Bailey 

Sunday 23rd June: Digital Image Design by Jenny Curwen 

Portrait and Figurative Drawing 7pm - 9pm.  Now every Thurday evening (until the end of Aug).

 Thurs 27th June: Watercolour Painting Demonstration by John West

 Sat 29th June: Poetry Readings and discussions with Ged Thompson and Christopher Coey who were joined by guest poet, Malcolm Rimmer



Sat 29th June 2pm - 5pm: Sculpture demonstration by Kurt Dereli 

Tuesday 9th July: Watercolour painting demo by Maureen Roche 

Sat 20th July: A Ceramic Painting Demonstration by Nancy Marriner 

 Sunday 21st July: Music and Poetry from Petrova C. Fairhurst and Ian Livesey

Sun 4th August: Surreal Shape painting by Daniel Adler