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Fun Palace 2017 – Get involved
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Fun Palace 2017 – Get involved

FUN PALACE WOLVERHAMPTON SUNDAY 8TH OCTOBER 2017 at NEWHAMPTON ARTS CENTRE The Fun Palaces Manifesto We believe in the genius in everyone, in everyone an artist and everyone a scientist, and that creativity in community can change the world for the better. We believe we can do this together, locally, with radical fun – and

Paint the Day Success
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Paint the Day Success

Over 50 artists took to the streets in Paint the Day 2017 and the quality and range of the art work gave the judges and the public a hard time choosing the winners. We are grateful to our three judges: Neus Miro, Christian Mieves and Peter Harrington for tackling this task and for all the

New Funding Announced for NAC
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New Funding Announced for NAC

The Newhampton Arts Centre has been awarded funding by Arts Council England in their latest funding round. The funding, of £180,000 per year for four years from April 2018, will provide new opportunities for arts and culture in Wolverhampton. Centre Manager, Christine McGowan, was delighted to hear the news on Tuesday 27th June.  “It’s great

Just Announced Matthew E. White at the NAC Wolverhampton
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Just Announced Matthew E. White at the NAC Wolverhampton

Just Announced Matthew E. White at the NAC Wolverhampton Wednesday 18th October 2017 Matthew E. White is in the middle of work on his new album and would like to share and try out some of his works in progress and older classics. With the UK and Ireland so close to his heart, a tour of smaller

The 42nd Wolverhampton Beer and Cider Festival This Weekend
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The 42nd Wolverhampton Beer and Cider Festival This Weekend

The CAMRA Wolverhampton Beer and Cider festival starts at 5:00pm today and runs through till Saturday night with 75 real ales plus a range of ciders, perries and foreign bottled beer bar. Entrance will be situated on the entrance on Dunkley Street (Please inform a member of staff if you require disabled access to the

Bank Holiday Bonanza
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Bank Holiday Bonanza

Curtis Shelton is fundraising for NAC. He launched his campaign with a highly successful Oak Fete at the Royal Oak on Compton Road. A mix of music, raffle, pub games, samosas and generous beer drinkers led to donations of £415 being collected for the cause. Nactivists were on hand to support him all the way.