Events

Create: Art

SATURDAYS 10.30AM-12.30PM 28 JAN, 18 FEB, 18 MAR, 29 APR, 20 MAY, 17 JUN IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO INSPIRE YOUR CHILDREN AND YOU’D LIKE TO HAVE A GO AT SOMETHING A BIT DIFFERENT, COME ALONG AND GET THE WHOLE FAMILY INVOLVED. Led by artist educator Dorcas Casey, activities are tailored for a …
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Create: Tales for Tots

SATURDAYS 10.30–11.15AM & 11.30AM-12.15PM 28 JAN, 18 MAR, 29 APR, 20 MAY, 17 JUN AN INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP DESIGNED TO INTRODUCE YOUNG CHILDREN TO THE WONDERS OF STORIES. IT’S THE PERFECT WAY TO FIRE YOUR CHILD’S IMAGINATION, SPARK A LOVE OF READING AND ENCOURAGE THEIR CREATIVITY. Join our group for the youngest members of the family. Take …
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The Brutalist Playground

Commissioned by the RIBA, The Brutalist Playground shines a light on the abstract concrete playgrounds designed as part of post-war housing estates in the mid-twentieth century. Often made from concrete, such playgrounds were cast into housing estates such as Churchill Gardens, Pimlico; Seamount Court in Aberdeen and the Park Hill Estate in Sheffield in sculptural forms, …
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Music for a Summer Evening

Cappella Nova: Music for a Summer Evening

A celebration of summer in song, with music from the 13th century Sumer is Icumen In to the present day. The programme includes John Rutter’s Birthday Madrigals with their jazz-inspired arrangements of poems by Shakespeare and others, and Alan Bullard’s A Summer Garland – a set of five songs from 2002 portraying the varying moods …
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