This smallish exhibition space is actually a disused railway station (it’s not hard to tell – it’s still on the platform) and is home to a range of installations, performances, exhibitions and events focusing on the city (and Northwest’s) most exciting emerging talent: it’s also home to the excellent Liverpool Art Prize every year.
Their ‘Edge Hill Archive’ is a train-spotter’s dream – unearthing the area’s fascinating rail history (it’s on the spot where the world’s first passenger train service, to Manchester, departed). Idiosyncratic and refreshing.
Free, disabled access, small cafe.
Metal Culture, Edge HillMetal at Edge Hill Station,