How Has Bansky Liverpool Rat Ended Up in a Bar in London? by admin on June 14, 2018

Liverpool’s famous Banksy rat has been taken to LONDON to be put on show at a trendy bar.

The huge graffiti of the rat holding a marker pen was taken off the old White House pub in Duke Street but was set to return to a “street art gallery” in its home city.

But the work was caught up in the problems affecting developer North Point Global, which is pulling out of Liverpool leaving three high-profile stalled developments and a group of angry investors in its wake. And it was announced last year that it had been sold to Middle Eastern investors.

Now a graffiti-themed pop-up bar called Rat Bar is opening in London. And its main attraction will be the rat, which developer Shout About London says is “previously unseen in London”.

Read the full article here: https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/business/how-banksy-liverpool-rat-ended-14783797

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