Historic Arts & Crafts building selling stationery, books, gifts and art supplies, incorporating a gallery and events space.
The site of an 18th-century printers has evolved over the centuries into a landmark Arts & Crafts newspaper distribution building and now – still owned by the Innes family four generations on – an elegantly preserved retail space stocked with a range of stationery, books, gifts and art supplies, with a regularly used gallery space forming part of the appeal. An official venue of Stanza, Scotland’s International Poetry Festival, the shop also hosts regular acoustic music gigs and art classes.
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Open since: Early 20th century.
Events at this venue
Book Launch: The Caught Habits of Language - Rachael Boast & Andy Ching
One hundred poems celebrate W.S. Graham's hundred years in this anthology, published by Donut Press to mark the centenary of the Greenock-born poet (1918-1986). Edited by Rachael Boast, Andy Ching and Nathan Hamilton, the collection gathers together authors from a range of countries and generations, who write from across…
Sat 10 Mar
Free / 01334 472174
Part of StAnza: Scotland's Poetry Festival.