Hope Street, Liverpool

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Hope Street in Liverpool, England, stretches from the city's Roman Catholic cathedral, past the Anglican cathedral to Upper Parliament Street and it is the local high street of the Canning Georgian Quarter.wikipedia
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Liverpool Cathedral

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Hope Street in Liverpool, England, stretches from the city's Roman Catholic cathedral, past the Anglican cathedral to Upper Parliament Street and it is the local high street of the Canning Georgian Quarter.
The cathedrals are linked by Hope Street, which takes its name from William Hope, a local merchant whose house stood on the site now occupied by the Philharmonic Hall, and was named long before either cathedral was built.

Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

Metropolitan CathedralLiverpool Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the KingMetropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King
Hope Street in Liverpool, England, stretches from the city's Roman Catholic cathedral, past the Anglican cathedral to Upper Parliament Street and it is the local high street of the Canning Georgian Quarter.
Following the purchase of the 9 acre former Brownlow Hill workhouse site in 1930, Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869–1944) was commissioned to provide a design which would be an appropriate response to the Giles Gilbert Scott-designed Neo-gothic Anglican cathedral then being built further along Hope Street.

Liverpool

Liverpool, EnglandLiverpudlianCity of Liverpool
Hope Street in Liverpool, England, stretches from the city's Roman Catholic cathedral, past the Anglican cathedral to Upper Parliament Street and it is the local high street of the Canning Georgian Quarter.
The road running between the two cathedrals is called Hope Street, a coincidence which pleases believers.

Canning, Liverpool

CanningCanning StreetCanning Georgian Quarter
Hope Street in Liverpool, England, stretches from the city's Roman Catholic cathedral, past the Anglican cathedral to Upper Parliament Street and it is the local high street of the Canning Georgian Quarter.
It has no formal definition but is generally agreed to be bounded to the south by Upper Parliament Street, to the east by Grove Street, to the north by Myrtle Street and to the west by Hope Street.

Rodney Street, Liverpool

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The road runs parallel to Rodney Street. Together with Gambier Terrace and Rodney Street it forms the Rodney Street conservation area.
Together with Hope Street and Gambier Terrace it forms the Rodney Street conservation area.

Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool

Philharmonic HallLiverpool Philharmonic HallLiverpool's Philharmonic Hall
The street is named after William Hope, a merchant whose house stood on the site now occupied by the Philharmonic Hall. The Liverpool Philharmonic Hall (home of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society) stands on the corner of Myrtle Street and Hope Street.
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is a concert hall in Hope Street, in Liverpool, England.

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic

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The Liverpool Philharmonic Hall (home of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society) stands on the corner of Myrtle Street and Hope Street.
In 1844 the society appointed the Liverpool architect John Cunningham to prepare plans for a concert hall to be situated at the junction of Hope Street and Myrtle Street.

Gambier Terrace

1-10 Gambier TerraceGambier Terrace, Liverpool
Together with Gambier Terrace and Rodney Street it forms the Rodney Street conservation area.
It is generally reckoned to be in Canning, although it falls within the Rodney Street conservation area, together with Hope Street and Rodney Street.

Everyman Theatre, Liverpool

Everyman TheatreLiverpool EverymanEveryman
The Everyman Theatre stands at the north end of Hope Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, England.

Liverpool Medical Institution

Its building on the corner of Mount Pleasant and Hope Street was opened in 1837, but the site has been used as a medical library since 1779.

Philharmonic Dining Rooms

The Philharmonic Dining RoomsPhilharmonic
The Philharmonic Dining Rooms is a public house at the corner of Hope Street and Hardman Street in Liverpool, Merseyside, England, and stands diagonally opposite the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.

Herbert James Rowse

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It was designed by Herbert James Rowse and built between 1936 and 1939.
The exhibition of his drawings coincided with the destruction by fire of the old Philharmonic Hall in Hope Street.

Hope Street Hotel

The Hope Street Hotel Hope Street, Liverpool, and describes itself as 'Liverpool’s first boutique hotel'.

Ye Cracke

Ye Cracke is a pub in Rice Street off Hope Street, Liverpool, England.

Blackburne House

Blackburne House Centre for WomenBlackburne House High School for Girls
Blackburne House is an 18th-century Grade II listed building located on the east side of Hope Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, England.

Liverpool College of Art

Liverpool Art CollegeLiverpool City School of ArtLiverpool School of Art
Liverpool College of Art is located at 68 Hope Street, in Liverpool, England.

St James Cemetery

St. James CemeterySt James Mount and GardensSt James's Cemetery
There is no access from Hope Street.

Unity Theatre, Liverpool

Unity TheatreMerseyside Unity TheatreThe Unity Theatre
Today it is based in a converted Synagogue in Hope Place off Hope Street, and provides workshops and performance space.

Sheppard-Worlock Statue

Half-way between the two cathedrals on Hope Street, they stopped to unveil a 15ft bronze statue designed by sculptor Stephen Broadbent honouring the work of Bishop David Sheppard and Archbishop Derek Worlock.

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Hope Street in Liverpool, England, stretches from the city's Roman Catholic cathedral, past the Anglican cathedral to Upper Parliament Street and it is the local high street of the Canning Georgian Quarter.

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Hope Street in Liverpool, England, stretches from the city's Roman Catholic cathedral, past the Anglican cathedral to Upper Parliament Street and it is the local high street of the Canning Georgian Quarter.

Restaurant

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It contains various restaurants, hotels and bars and is one of Liverpool's official 'Great Streets' and was also awarded 'The Great Street Award' in the 2012 Urbanism Awards, judging it to be the best street in the country.

John Cunningham (architect)

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This replaced the original building built 90 years earlier to designs by John Cunningham that burned down in 1933.

Hector Whistler

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The first floor windows and main entrance doors have etched glass by Hector Whistler.

Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts

Liverpool Institute of Performing ArtsLIPAThe Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
On Hope Street at the top of Mount Street (where stands LIPA and the former Liverpool Institute for Boys) is the interesting sculpture "A Case History" by John King, 1998.