Join the Sylva exhibition curator for a guided walk through of the exhibition and learn about the stories behind the items on display.
Woodland history is an important tool in nature conservation. The leading forest ecologist and historian Dr George Peterken will discuss how historical maps and records were used to construct the Ancient Woodland Inventory.
BBC’s Last Night of the Proms star, baritone Roderick Williams, and acclaimed pianist Christopher Glynn perform Schubert’s great song cycle in English.
We regularly hear in the news that leading companies are found using slave labour in their supply chains.
Steven Osborne has received many accolades including The Royal Philharmonic Society Instrumentalist of the Year (2013) and two Gramophone Awards.
With Neil Walker, Head of Visual Arts Programming
A kaleidoscope of fascinating performances by professional artists including Chinese Erhu, Guzheng and Bamboo Flute music, together with spectacular group-coordinated Kung Fu routines.
Frank and George are best friends who are also painter and decorators, but they don't always see eye to eye. Frank likes things ‘just so.’ George tends to be a bit more ‘that’ll do.’
Join Tanya Bentham from Threads in Time and learn the techniques of medieval embroidery using authentic naturally dyed threads.
Feminists proclaim ‘times up’. Misogynists win presidencies. LGBTQ people front chat shows. Trans people can’t serve. Black Panther smashes box office records. Black men are disproportionately convicted. Are we moving forward? Or hurtling back in time?
Carve and sculpt fruits and vegetables to create your own edible superfood heroes, then see if they can power an LED light.
In this workshop you’ll be able to draw to noisy rhythmic music, alongside some very peaceful and sotto voce mark-making.