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    [description] => An evening of live stand-up comedy with Ria Lina, Don Biswas, Jay Islaam and Jethro Bradley.
    [shortDescription] => An evening of live stand-up comedy with Ria Lina, Don Biswas, Jay Islaam and Jethro Bradley.
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    [addressStreet] => University of Kent
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    [name] => Canterbury Choral Society Concert
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    [description] => Canterbury Choral Society brings together two of Bach's best loved choral works, Magnificat and Cantata No. 11, for its spring concert. Canterbury Choral Society are joined by the London Handel Orchestra who play Bach's famous Suite in D, with its Air on a G string as one of the central movements.
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    [addressStreet] => Cathedral House
11 The Precincts
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    [description] => Abbot House is unique. It has borne witness to the intrigues of Church and State, survived fire and tempest, war and pillage and even outlasted much of the great Benedictine Abbey itself. Within its walls Abbots and Kings have consulted on affairs of State, while great poets like Henryson and Dunbar have declaimed their latest works.  Hardly any aspect of Dunfermline's and Scotland's colourful history has failed to leave its mark. 

In its time it has been an Abbot's home, a laird's mansion, an iron foundry and an art school. It has been steeped in history as wave after wave of events washed over it. Little wonder then that it refused to burn in the great fire of 1624. Forging armour for Bruce's freedom fighters, casting iron for power looms, or training pilots to fight the Luftwaffe, Abbot House has seen it all. 

Now you can too.  Abbot House opened to the public in 1995 as a heritage centre after a period of restoration and development by Elspeth King and Michael Donnelly (formerly of the People's Palace, Glasgow), with the help of Fife Council architect Peter Ranson. It is an experience not to be missed. Abbot House has been likened to Dr Who's tardis.  It exterior is misleading as to the extent of its contents. 

Like a medieval pilgrim you can visit the long-lost head shrine of Saint Margaret, the wife of King Malcolm III (Malcolm Canmore), skillfully recreated and now displayed within a rich interior conveying an impression of the lost colour and vitality of Dunfermline Abbey. 

See Lady Anne Halkett, the extraordinary Jacobite adventuress, herbalist and midwife who lived in Abbot House, writing her daily diaries, composing her autobiography, and caring for the poor of the town. Visit the historic Maygate on the fateful day in 1624 when two thirds of the ancient capital burned to the ground, or drop in on William Skirving, the heroic Fife farmer who led the Friends of the People, and died a convict at Botany Bay for his beliefs. Scotland's earliest recorded painter was Richard of Dunfermline who in 1306 painted murals in Edinburgh. Abbot House has a number of murals, historic and brand new, courtesy of the artists and craftspeople who have worked to bring its history to life.
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    [description] => 198 seeks to enhance the cultural perceptions of the wider community through the comprehension and appreciation of culturally diverse visual art. It aims to provide a platform for a new and fresh visual art language that represents the cultural diversity of British society and give the opportunity for an analysis and appreciation of this work through interpretation and education.

The 198 Gallery was established in 1988, after the Brixton riots, to support the work of black artists by meeting their needs for exhibition space.


198 Contemporary Arts and Learning is now a venue for artists from diverse cultural backgrounds and has gained a profile for innovative issues-based exhibitions and critically acclaimed work in the field of multicultural art education.


Whether it is interpretation, interaction or integration, art education has a key role to play at the center of urban regeneration in a multicultural society. The 198 Gallery Education Policy is to provide a local resource to the community, and to schools and colleges in the delivery of the National Curriculum. Our core aim is to provide knowledge and experience in the contemporary arts from diverse cultural backgrounds and relate it to new technologies and forms of cultural expression.


Central to our work with schools and colleges is the 198 Gallery’s ‘Education through Exhibitions’ programme which is based on residences and exhibitions by contemporary visual artists from diverse cultural backgrounds. These projects consist of a series of four gallery and school based artist led workshops that integrate the Attainment Targets in Art and enable participants to make their own work informed by the work of practising artists.


The work produced by participants in the programme is exhibited at the 198 Gallery during the annual Schools Exhibition. All projects are supported by information packs for use by Teachers’ in schools or colleges. The 198 Gallery has an extensive archive of information packs, slides and videos from past exhibitions available as a resource to teachers.
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            [1] => Locally the 198 Gallery has worked with a diverse range of community organisations such as MENCAP, The Somali Women’s Group, various NHS Trusts and Schools in the development of exhibitions and Art Education projects. We consider our role as a resource for the local community to be central to our work.
            [2] => A number of exhibitions developed by the 198 Gallery have toured to venues nationwide. Most recently, 'Mechatronic Circus' by Fernando Palma Rodriguez resulted in a collaboration with Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Wales and is being shown at venues throughout the UK. Other past partner organizations have included The South London Gallery, The Horniman Museum, London and Spacex Gallery.
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    [name] => What’s in Your Secret Collection?
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    [description] => What's In Your Secret Collection
Join artist Ruth Mariner from Gestalt Arts in this interactive family workshop. Have you ever kept a special object? Find out about Roald Dahl’s special objects and unlock the secret powers of special things in this workshop using music, drama and imagination. Why not bring your own special object to share?

Event details
Times: 11.30am, 1.00pm and 3.00pm

Cost: £3 per person, adults and children. Everyone who attends needs to pay for a space although children under 2 who can sit on laps are free of charge. Price does not include Museum entry which you will also need to book to take part in the workshop.

Age: recommended for 4+ years. Under 8s will need to be accompanied by an paying adult. 

Type of workshop: interactive event that might be loud. You can volunteer to join in if you like!

Booking: you can book Museum entry and workshops online up until 4.30pm the day before (subject to availability). Workshop options will appear after selecting your Museum admission.

Alternatively, you can call 01494 892192 Tues to Fri 10am to 4.30pm, Sat and Sun 11am to 4.30pm. Please leave a message if you can’t get through.

If there are any unsold workshop tickets they will be sold on the day on a first come, first served basis at the ticket desk.
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    [description] => 20 Forthlin Road is one of the most important houses in the history of popular music. This ordinary terraced house was the family home of Sir Paul McCartney right through the early Beatles years. This is where the Beatles composed and rehearsed their earliest songs.
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    [name] => Etching Weekend
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    [description] => Tutor: Kate Desforges

"This course will teach you all the basics of hard and soft ground etching, along with aquatint, to enable you to create a wide variety of marks and effects"

Hard ground produces crisp, clean lines, while soft ground can create softer, textured, crayon-like lines and impressions. Aquatint is way of creating tone on an etching plate. All these techniques can be used in conjunction to create unique, atmospheric prints.

You will experiment with etching onto zinc and aluminium plates using copper sulphate solution, a less toxic alternative to traditional nitric acid. The course is led with a hands-on approach from the start, with the opportunity to produce a good number of prints to take away with you. You will also learn about paper, inking and registration techniques. This is a great course for beginners and those who need a refresher, and can act as a lead-in to membership of WYPW so that you can continue to use and develop the techniques you have learnt.
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This is the only medieval merchant's house in Conwy to have survived the turbulent history of the walled town over nearly six centuries.

Furnished rooms and an audio-visual presentation show daily life from different periods in its history.
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A beloved fairytale and Academy Award-winning movie,The Red Shoes has seduced audiences and inspired generations of dancers with its tale of obsession, possession and one girl’s dream to be the greatest dancer in the world. Victoria Page lives to dance but her ambitions become a battleground between the two men who inspire her passion.

Matthew Bourne’s magical adaptation is set to a new score arranged by Terry Davies using the mesmerising music of golden-age Hollywood composer, Bernard Herrmann.

An intoxicating drama where life imitates art with fateful consequences
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Led by exhibiting artist Celia Pym, you will practice and learn mending techniques, developing skills in woven and ‘knitted’ darning and patching.  Starting with warm up drawing exercises and a tour of What Do I Need To Do To Make It Ok? It promises to be a rich day with the rare opportunity to work in NCCD’s main gallery during exhibition changeover so we will be able to respond to and enjoy the space.

Please bring along as many damaged garments as you like to discuss and mend and any favourite yarns or fabrics. A supply of yarns, tools for repair, and drawing materials will be provided.

No previous darning, drawing, knitting, needle based experience is necessary.

 

Mending will be led by Celia Pym, exhibiting artist in What Do I Need To Do To Make It Ok? Roof Gallery 18th Mar – 14th May 2017.

www.celiapym.com
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info@nationalcraftanddesign.org.uk
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The museum stands guard over the entrance to Seething Airfield, a popular general aviation airfield which is owned and operated by its own flying club. The current airfield however occupies just a fraction of the space of the original wartime base with just one third of the easterly runway now used, the rest having been given back to farming shortly after the war ended.
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Click Here for Map and Directions

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Discover the true facts and science behind Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes adventures.


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Climb aboard the good ship Ki’baret (Kids’ Cabaret) with Captain Arkem! Join in songs, games and activities about the sea, and also bring your own ideas to throw in the mix. A fun time is guaranteed for children and adults as the crew of the Ki’baret.

This event has a limited capacity and pre-booking is essential. To pre-book please visit www.discover.org.uk or call 020 8536 5555 (Mon-Fri 10am-5pm). Admission includes entry to Discover's Story World and Story Garden.

Discover is open every day, 10am-5pm.

Discover if five minutes from Stratford's Jubilee Line, Central Line, DLR, Overground, National Rail Services and bus stations.
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In 1811 Sir Walter bought the property which was to become Abbotsford, set in the heart of the Scottish Borders, on the banks of the River Tweed. The building of Abbotsford took six years, and was completed in 1824. William Atkinson was the chosen architect, and George Bulloch gave his advice on the furnishings, while local craftsmen carried out the work. The house was opened to the public in 1833, five months after Sir Walter's death, and has been enjoyed by visitors ever since. 

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1st April – 30th September
10am – 5pm
1st October – 30th November
10am – 4pm

Last entry one hour before closing time


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1st March – 30th September
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1st October – 31st March
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    [description] => Housed in the original airfield control tower and other atmospheric buildings 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum is a moving testament to the Americans who came to Thorpe Abbotts in Norfolk to fight alongside the allies during World War Two.

“This museum captures a significant period in Norfolk’s history brilliantly. It makes for a fascinating visit and the personal stories will stay with you long after”.
John Davies, Chief Curator, Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service
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Wed: conventional tours 11.15 & 14.15
Sat & Sun: Conventional tours, 11.15 & Costumed tours, 13.00, 14.15, 15.30

What is a Conventional Tour?
Led by our expert guides, the informative tours give a memorable insight into the
Sambournes' lives and home. From interior decoration, eccentric possessions, to their day to day activities.

What is a Costumed Tour?
As guests of Mrs. Sambourne or her parlour maid Mrs. Reffles, the actor-led tour 
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Based on Marion Sambourne's diaries.

Private group tours and schools visits are available Mon-Fri on pre-booking.

18 Stafford closed for housekeeping: mid June - mid September.
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School Visits:
£180 per class for RBKC funded schools.
£240 per class for non-RBKC funded schools.
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'We have lived in this house ever since we were married and it has taken years to accumulate whatever treasures we possess. What you see is the very best. That has been my principle throughout; not to buy anything but what was really good.' Edward Linley Sambourne, interviewed in 1893.
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It was built for two spinster cousins, Jane and Mary Parminter, on their return from a grand tour of Europe in the late 18th century. It contains many objects and mementoes of their travels.

The extraordinary interior decoration includes a feather frieze, gathered from native game birds and chickens, laboriously stuck down with isinglass.

There is also a fragile shell-encrusted gallery, said to contain nearly 25,000 shells, which can be viewed in its entirety using a touch screen 360 degree virtual tour.
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    [description] => To celebrate Staffordshire Day discover what life and times were like in the Georgian period for Josiah Wedgwood and his workers. 

It is the year 1769 and Wedgwood has opened his “Potter’s Paradise” at Etruria. Meet the master potter himself and his ‘Lunar Society’ friend and physician Erasmus Darwin as they discuss their plans for the new factory in the local coffee house. Listen to Mrs Baskeyfield as she shares tales of London coffee houses and her delight that here in Staffordshire her establishment is being favoured by two such illustrious gentlemen.

Discover some of the strange job names, for example a sagger-maker’s bottom knocker, and the terms and conditions of working at this innovative new place. Watch as Wedgwood interviews new recruits for his workplace and join in the debates about female apprentices.

This family-inspired day involves fun debates, dances, songs and ‘affairs of honour’ with a variety of different characters from the affluent genteel classes of society to the rugged working-class tradesmen and women.

The museum will have extended opening hours until 8pm with the event finishing at 6pm. Afternoon Teas will be served from 4pm and, in honour of Staffordshire Day, our café will be offering homemade Staffordshire lobby throughout the day.
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    [description] => Project Ability is proud to present a solo exhibition of paintings by Aspire artist Tommy Mason.

In celebration of World Autism Day, we will be taking over the Trongate 103 foyer walls with a truly unique and exciting array of large scale abstract paintings.

Tommy has been working with Project Ability for over 25 years, and the studio would not be the same without him. He helps to make Project Ability a creative and positive environment, and we are always happy to have the opportunity to share his art with the public.

Tommy Mason’s style is one of a kind. Once you have seen his work you will forever recognize A Tommy Mason. He has a quietly bold colour palette and his renditions of real life are beyond our wildest imagination. He creates his work almost effortlessly, without hesitation or self-consciousness. He is much loved in the studio by tutors and fellow artists alike for his warmth and inspirational creativity. With a playful sense of humor he composes his canvases full of his signature people/animals and trees. Despite having a strict vocabulary of forms, Tommy Mason’s artworks are always changing and evolving; he is an artist who carries forward his subjects from one painting to the next whilst keeping them fresh and unique.

In addition to large canvases, Tommy can be found filling up sketchbook upon sketchbook. He is as prolific an artist as they come, and is happy to work with pens, pencils, paint and more. We could fill the Tate Modern ten times over with the artworks he has made here at Project Ability, but for now we will be exhibiting a selection of his newest and largest paintings here at Trongate 103.
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We transform a large area of our 170 acres of woodland and parkland and dedicate it to numerous reenactors telling the tale of a WW2 land Battle. Experience the battlefield and get up close and personal to the characters, each with a story to tell.. With battle re-enactments throughout the weekend - (Check website for details) 

VE Weekend also brings fantastic entertainment in the form of a 1940’s street party with food, singing, dancing and a chance to throw your steps about.  Dressing up is not obligatory but it’s great fun! 

BANK HOLIDAY SUNDAY & MONDAY - Enjoy a flying display as the spitfire flies above the mills! This fantastic display is one you won’t want to miss! Weather Dependant - for timings stay tuned to our social media) 

Sunday and Monday the Royal Air Force will grace our skies with The Battle Of Britain Memorial Fly Pass (but subject to weather & RAF operations – stay tuned to social media)

Children help celebrations with great take-home activities to try out. Make bunting, make your own colourful flag , make luggage labels, dress up in 1940’s clothing and pop into our 1940’s dress up area where there is a chance to take selfies transported back in time.

As well as all the above, Professor Nitrate will be in the Mad Lab stirring up all types of explosions and experiments throughout the weekend plus you could try making and launching rockets as well! 

There’s also our interactive exhibition, the spectacular armoury, 1940’s exhibition and ample play space all included in the price of your ticket. A nominal charge is asked for our Land Train tour which takes you on a guided tour of the hidden parts of our 170 acre site. The Gunpowder Cafe is serving up great food throughout the day.  With the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2016, The Royal Gunpowder Mills gets the seal of approval from visitors of all ages!
Doors open 10am, Last Entry 3pm. Tickets can be purchased on the day or booked online at https://www.royalgunpowdermills.com/whats-and-events/ve-celebration/
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Catch a glimpse of life at home and at work at a rural scythe and steelworks dating back to the 18th century.

Now a Grade 1 Listed Building and Scheduled Ancient Monument, 'Abbeydale Works' was once a main producer of agricultural scythe and edge tools, such as grass hooks and hay knives, and one of the largest water powered industrial sites on the River Sheaf.

See worker's houses, waterwheels, tilit hammers, a grinding hull and workshops and the only intact crucible steel furnance surviving in the world today!

The Hamlet is a water-powered scythe and steel works dating back to the 18th century. 

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