About HeadSpace@EggSpace

EggSpace, LiverpoolAbout HeadSpace@EggSpace

EggSpace is a popular meeting place at the heart of Liverpool’s culture. It boasts one of the most panoramic views of the city and is a unique fusion of an independent gallery space and cafe, with a relaxed and bohemian atmosphere.

1984 – 2010: over twenty-five years of supporting artists in a contemporary setting.

Since July 2005, the EggSpace exhibitions have been organised by HeadSpace, a collective of artists and curators that currently includes: Karen Henley & Jazamin Sinclair.

In november 2010, Karen & Jazamin were finalists of the enterprise award at the North-West region Princes Trust Celebrate Success Awards.

Over the years the space has attracted many artists and curators including the current owner Peter Daniels, Jo Derbyshire, Carolyn Sinclair, Jackie Stevens, Katherine Doran, Jo Gough, Chris Gjertsen & Tony Knox. EggSpace was originally founded as the Acorn Gallery in 1984, by Janine Pinion. EggSpace was also formerly known as The Garden.

For more details about the gallery please visit:

For more details about the cafe please visit:

The EggSpace policy is to provide a platform for all emerging artists and art groups. If you are interested in exhibiting with us please visit our exhibiting page and then fill out an online form to enter your work.

“…Possibly the most bohemian place on earth”. (Review: True Punk).

EggSpace opening times:

Mon – Fri: 09:00am – 10:30pm

Sat – Sun: 10:00am – 10:30pm


Entry is free. Unfortunately, there is currently no wheelchair access and limited pram / buggy access as The Egg is situated on the second floor with no lift.

Other events at EggSpace

As well as great exhibitions and fantastic food there are poetry / open-mic nights called: Come Strut Your Stuff on the first Monday of every month as well as private parties at EggSpace. Bookings are welcome, please visit for more information.

How to get to EggSpace

16 – 18 Newington,
L1 4ED.

EggSpace is located in the city centre, within walking distance of the main train and bus stations.

By car from the M62: At the end of the motorway, follow signs for the city centre and cathedrals (3 miles). Turn left at the Metropolitan Cathedral onto Hope Street. Turn right at the traffic lights onto hardman street, go straight across onto bold street. from there, go all the way down bold street until you come to some bollards (by oxfam), and turn right into Newington.

Limited pay & display parking is available on Newington, Renshaw Street & Bold Street, becoming free after 6pm. There are also car parks off Renshaw Street & on Mount Pleasant, Seel Street, Paradise Street, Duke Street and Hanover Street.


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