The wonky green shop on Ship Street is one of the Fringe festival’s most unique venues. With free live music at 3pm and 7pm, you can look forward to a weekend of sultry jazz and moody blues in ambient surroundings that invite lingering. Sip local chilled ale, tuck into a delicio
Come at see the latest exhibition at The Hours Café & Bookshop during August 2017. IMPRINT! is an exhibition by local artists Vivienne Albiston, Amanda Rose and Tanya Rotherfield including ceramics, original prints and sketches.
Join us on Thursday 1 June 2017, at 7pm, for the opening of ‘Up Ship Street’ by Susan Adams with readings by Lesley Saunders and Jo Mazelis. ‘Up Ship Street’ is an exhibition of artist Susan Adams’s creative exchanges with Jerwood prize-winning author Jo Mazel
We stock a fine selection of carefully hand-picked classics, contemporary fiction, poetry, art, local interest and children’s books. Our charming cafe is home to the now famous ‘Sticky Toffee-Apple Pudding’ and offers a scrumptious array of freshly prepared food.
Open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm, (closed Sunday and Monday).