Posts tagged “arts

Cetra …. ‘The People’s Photographic Exhibition’

http://www.cetra.co.uk/

 

 


Fragment Arts Collective

‘A Night of Song and Laughter’

Fragment Arts Collective presents this fabulously entertaining Cabaret show. Guests will enjoy a unique theatrical experience including a spot of ventriloquism, live singing, comedy and guest performances from Chester Ukulele Players.

Featuring special guests:
Dangerous Dave
A ventriloquist act that charms and mesmerises his audience, must be seen to be believed!

The Garden of Eden: Featuring… Adam and Eve
A top-notch comedy act that will tempt the senses and awaken the serpent, Ssshh……Just don’t eat the apple.

Fusion Vocal group

A Chester based vocal group, who will be performing a choral repertoire of contemporary classics, not to be missed.

Plus, a host of other show stopping performances from our energetic and entertaining cast!!

Fragment Arts Collective is a locally based multi-disciplinary arts group specialising in Comedy, Theatre, music and installation pieces. Hot on the heels of our last Cabaret, we have decided to indulge ourselves in another night of fun and are inviting all of you to along for the journey. We promise you won’t be disappointed.

 


Hoylake THEN…

Hoylake then …

What do you know about Hoylake’s story?

To find out more, drop in on our special  Hoylake then day!

Sunday 18th November between 2:00 and 5:00 pm

Melrose Hall, 6 Melrose Avenue, Hoylake, CH47 3BU

Full details on the attached invitation!

 

Jackie Hall MBE

 

 


Deliverance, an Exhibition at the Albert Dock by Terry Hayes.

Join Terry this  Friday 19th October for the opening of his exhibition, as part of the Long Night celebrations. Unit 8, The Collonades, Albert Dock until 9pm.

Terry Hayes…

“Deliverance is a poem I wrote, days after the Independent Panel released their evidential findings. I have printed the poem onto an old scroll, and made a Liverbird as the message carrier.

‘McRings’ invites the viewer to explore the interactions between publicly and privately funded events such as the Olympics, and asks them to examine the eventual economic returns and consequences, and who they favour.
Constructed from cooked and dehydrated french fries, and resin bonded into 5 hoops measuring 4 feet across in total, the golden ‘olympic rings’  sit atop a suitably scaled  ‘french fry’ holder.”


Duggie Fields…

You Have just got to love the Gallery,

 

 

 


NOT FROM HERE…

Baltic Creative

Studio B 22 Jordan Street Liverpool.

Independents Biennial.

 

Great to see the “Hospitality”  of Baltic Creative extended to our neighbours –  Platform Art St Helens,   Artists in St Helens who have responded to the theme ‘Not from here’ with works that look at identity, belonging, a sense of place and memories of somewhere else. This variety of interpretations are conveyed through paintings, sculpture and installations. We were made most welcome by one of the featured Artists – Gillian Adams, whose photographs using waste glass and mirrors and manipulating light produced stunning effects.

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