The Apothecary Gallery

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Independent Art Gallery in the heart of Thornton Village close to The Bronte House owned and run by Bradford artist/ printmaker Patrick Whitehead.  

The gallery is housed in a beautifully preserved Grade II listed Victorian building which was originally a chemist and was in the same family for over 150 years – hence the gallery name – The Apothecary Gallery. The gallery holds regular exhibitions which change monthly and show the work by local artists and those from further afield. The gallery presents visual work of all different media including painting, prints and sculpture. The gallery also stocks a wide range of jewellery, small artefacts and greeting cards.

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Saturday, 9th March 2024 - Saturday, 4th May 2024

Image of an old railwayA Passage To IndiaA joint exhibition by photographer Duncan McEvoy and printmaker Patrick Whitehead at the Apothecary Gallery.
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Saturday, 6th April 2024 - Saturday, 4th May 2024

The Stories So Far posterThe Stories So FarA solo exhibition by Bradford photographer Cath Muldowney at The Apothecary Gallery
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The Apothecary Gallery

Type:Art Gallery

57 Market Street, Thornton, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD13 3EN
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Opening Times

* Thursday-Saturday 10:00 to 16:00

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