What’s on

Find theatre, classical & chamber music, world, folk & jazz gigs, live comedy, dance performances, children's shows, free talks and workshops, as well as our visual art exhibitions and museum programme below.

6 events
  • Printing Patterns in Nature Loading...
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    Printing Patterns in Nature

    Sunday 19 January

    Be inspired by Ivon Hitchen’s landscapes, spend time looking at patterns from nature, then transform your ideas and sketches into print. 

  • Ancient Crafts: Flintknapping Loading...
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    Ancient Crafts: Flintknapping

    Saturday 15 February

    Join renowned prehistoric technology expert James Dilley on a flintknapping workshop to learn more about the world’s oldest craft.

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    Life Classes

    Sunday 16 February - Sunday 23 February

    Although renowned as a landscape painter Ivon Hitchens also painted the nude model in his studio. Artist Mik Godley, with life model Emma Boston, will lead two workshops guiding students in the art of drawing and painting the figure.

  • Food Tales: Talk - Doing Things Differently: How a Bakery Can Change Their Food System Loading...
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    Food Tales: Talk - Doing Things Differently: How a Bakery Can Change Their Food System

    Wednesday 26 February

    Food impacts our lives. We all have stories to share about food. These stories are embedded within food systems – even if we don’t realise it.

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    Ancient Crafts: Tile Making

    Saturday 07 March

    Join tile makers Karen and Charlie Slade and make a pair of slip inlaid tiles to your own design and a pair of line impressed, glazed tiles.

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    Food Tales: Talk - Food and Poverty: A Challenge for Our Time

    Wednesday 25 March

    Food impacts our lives. We all have stories to share about food. These stories are embedded within food systems – even if we don’t realise it.