The Black-E is the former Great George Street Congregational Chapel and originally derived its familiar name the Blackie (now the Black-E) as a shortened version of ‘The Black Church’ – a description of the Chapel in the 1960’s covered with over a hundred years of inner-city smoke and grime. Although the stone was cleaned in the 1980’s the building still retains its name.
Artists Wendy and Bill Harpe took over the site 1967 and to this day The Black-E arts organisation delivers a diverse range of cultural events and projects.
Telephone: 0151 709 5109
Access by ramps, slopes and/or manual doors
The public can contact the venue by at least one of these methods: Textphone / Fax / Email
Assistance dogs are welcome
1 Great George Street
0151 709 5109View on Google Maps