Events

PoArtry

PoArtry

Dates: 31/01/2020 to 09/02/2020


PoArtry is a collaboration project between poets and visual artists culminating in an exhibition of art inspired art. It works by randomly pairing participants, then letting them loose for 3 months to inspire and create. The only rule is that each pairing must produce two new pieces of work. *Poetry reading hosted by Rick Sanders

Story Box Toys Sculpture  Workshop

Story Box Toys Sculpture Workshop

Date: 17/02/2020 to 17/02/2020


Story Box Toys – by Sculpture Place Create your own toy story box with colourful modelling clay. Bring in your own toy for inspiration or work from your imagination to create toy characters within a story box to take home. Mon 17th Feb – 10-11.30am (4-7yrs) & 1-3pm (7-11yrs) Admission: £3 per child

Funky Foam Mono Printing Workshop

Funky Foam Mono Printing Workshop

Date: 18/02/2020 to 18/02/2020


Funky Foam Mono Printing – by Jacky Fellows Have fun in this print-making workshop making toy car inspired colourful prints using easy cut Funky Foam. Tues 18th Feb – 10-11.30am (4-7yrs) & 1-3pm (7-11yrs) Admission: £3 per child

Build Your Own Bear Workshop

Build Your Own Bear Workshop

Date: 20/02/2020 to 20/02/2020


Build Your Own Bear Workshop – by Alex Fawson Have a go at being a sculptor and build a traditional 3D teddy bearsculpture using mod-rock plaster and bandages. 10-11.30am (4-7yrs) & 1-3pm (7-11yrs) Admission: £3 per child

Chris Wood

Chris Wood

Date: 29/02/2020 to 29/02/2020


Chris Wood is an uncompromising writer whose music reveals his love for the un-official history of the English speaking people. With gentle intelligence he weaves the tradition with his own contemporary parables, his writing has been said to share the same timeless quality as Richard Thompson at his best.

Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar

Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar

Date: 14/03/2020 to 14/03/2020


Joining forces since 2011, combining Russell’s powerful vocals and driving guitar style with Algar’s All-Ireland winning fiddle playing, the duo have become one of the most sought after acts on the British folk scene.