Following the huge success of the recent Arts in Adversity conference Waveney & Blyth Arts is organising another one day event that should appeal to anyone who feels a connection with rivers, and particularly our dear Waveney and Blyth. It takes place at an attractive waterside venue near Oulton Broad and ends with an optional guided walk through Carlton Marshes. More information here.
Another of W&BA’s quarterly lunchtime events combining delicious food, interesting company and fascinating speakers.
Come along to St George’s Theatre to hear Debbie Thompson, the recently-appointed Theatre Director, talking about her plans for the theatre, followed by a delicious lunch at St George’s Cafe with other people interested in the arts, and a visit to The Drill Hall, home to SeaChange Arts, where we will be shown around and hear about their exciting circus and street arts work .
If you want to make a day of it you could visit the wonderful Time & Tide Museum where ‘Here Come the Girls’, a talk about some amazing Norfolk women through the ages will take place at 11.30 – 12.30pm (you will have to make a quick dash across town to St Georges). Tickets are £3 and nee to be purchased in advance from 01493 743930. Afterwards you may want to visit Skippings Gallery (formerly Gallery 133) in King Street to view work by some excellent local artists.
Tickets: £10 for W&BA Members (£12 for non-members) including lunch (Options – Vegetable Soup with warm Baguette, Mediterranean Vegetable Quiche with salad & Jacket Potato, or Macaroni Cheese with Garlic Bread, followed by chocolate fudge cake with cream or fresh fruit salad. Plus tea or coffee). Special dietary requirements catered for – please let us know.
Email [email protected]
No tickets on the door.