St Luke's Bombed Out Church

St Luke’s Church, Liverpool is a much loved landmark in City Centre Liverpool. Known locally as “the bombed out church” it was partially destroyed by an incendiary device during the Liverpool Blitz in May 1941. Since then the building was effectively closed to the public, but in 2007 USL re-opened the building as a visitor attraction, performance space, gallery, open air cinema and garden of peace and tranquility in the heart of the city centre.

Urban Strawberry Lunch are a locally based arts charity that specialise in unlocking creativity in everyone and everything. We play instruments created from junk and have worked internationally since we started in 1987. Breathing life and creativity back into this much loved local landmark is a natural progression for us, and we are proud to have achieved over 80,000 visitors since we first opened the doors in May 2007.

Venue Type:

Heritage site

Opening hours

Dependent on exhibitions and events, please see website for details.

Admission charges

Usually by donation, please see website for details.

St Luke's Bombed Out Church
Leece Street
L1 2TR




0151 709 7562

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