Relaunch: The Theatre Buildings

Hello Angels!

Today’s post is just a little quick one and some publicity for both a shop and an event said shop is holding.

There has been a relaunch of a shop that I used to work in under new management and under a new name: The Theatre Building. In there you’ll find so much talent and art it’s unbelievable.

So, the relaunch: on the 15th of September, the building will be relaunching. Open 10AM until 8PM, the shop will be rebranded Theatre Buildings after a year of playing around with names. Press will be there at some point and it’s open to the public, no fee to enter. If you come, look out for my mess of orange hair; I’ll be wandering around for most of it, and share it on social media! The idea of the Theatre Buildings is to celebrate small businesses and to draw attention to talented crafters.

New band Roi (with singer from Vukovar) will also be there- so if looking for new artists and bands, it’s definitely a good place to be; a little bird has said that they’ll be writing and working on music as they’re playing, so it’s entirely new and forming in front of you.

The address is on the link I added earlier (I’ll also link the entire Facebook page here), but it is
8 Corporation Street,
St Helens,
Merseyside,
WA10 1DZ.

A very quick run down of the layout, because we’re on 3 floors so it can get a little confusing and you can get a little bit lost. I’d be more descriptive, but I’ve added a slideshow of pictures so you can see the variety of things sold in the differing rooms.

As you walk in, there’s a variety of handmade and hand sewn pieces dotted around, as well as some of the decoupage and some crochet shawls and bags (the pictures also show some other hand sewn goodies).

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On the first floor, there’s a shop area filled with jewellery, handmade crafts and sculptures. Each thing is entirely unique and handmade, and I know for a fact there are people who will do commissions and custom orders.

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There’s then a classroom/ mini shop: the building holds craft and art classes where you can learn the skills that store holders possess and is filled with gorgeous decoupage as well. Again, everything is handmade and as far as I know, commission and custom orders can be requested.

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In that same room, you’ll find a hideaway record shop. Filled to the brim with great quality vinyl, CDs and singles, it’s a haven for rarities (and an owner who will attempt yo find rarities for you).

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The second floor has a beauty therapist who is amazing; I used to work with her as a shop assistant and I’ve also had treatments done by her: she’s one of the best with some incredible prices. Soon to be opening a new shop and beauty area, it’s a place that is constantly growing.

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I thought I’d show said price list for some guidance, and also out of the slideshow so there’s no time limit and faff.

On the top floor there is Passsoul: a store that also runs classes, as well as selling up cycled furniture and art.

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So, I hope to see you there if you’re local or just fancy a nosey to see what’s out there! Below are links to pages of the people who stock their stuff and make it all possible; they’re all incredibly talented so check them out!

Stay safe and stay happy Angels ❤️

Beautiful Things by Amanda:
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Bluebirds and Daisies:
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Etsy

Dormouse Records:
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Boho Beauty and Holistics:
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Passsoul:
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Treasured Trinkets:
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Clarity and Disparity:
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Lynne’s Room:
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Flumps Flowers:
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Cards by Carol:
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Wacky Pammy Creations:
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June’s Crafts:
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Mercers:
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