Fiesta - from artist Trish Claridge. The incredible beauty of the bold, yet often delicate forms, found in the garden of her new home, drew her to paint large floral works using the drama of the play of light and shadows as her inspiration.
The students of Sir William Romney's School enjoy creating Art. The subject offers them an opportunity to exercise their creativity whilst gaining valuable life skills and benefitting from the positive mental health aspects. The Sir William Romney's School Art Exhibition gives you a taste of all of the projects students have worked on this year
During the recent pandemic Five Valley Quilters embarked on a series of ‘journal quilts’ around set themes and a ‘Chinese Whispers’ challenges as well as larger pieces by individual group members and the result is an amazing exhibition and a testament to friendship, community and the power of stitch.
Tetbury Resident- Roger Daynes was a meteorologist with British Antarctic Survey spending almost three years in Antarctica based at Halley Bay, on the Caird Coast shelf ice of the Weddell Sea. This is exhibition just a selection of the many images taken during his time there that have recently been digitised.
Reflections from Bath Textiles Artists - members presents work across the broad spectrum of textile techniques, from painting on silk, weaving, printing to machine and hand stitch. This exhibition includes new work in addition to those which have been in previous themed shows across the Bath and North Wiltshire.
Written and performed by Gareth Armstrong, and directed by Frank Barrie, this play explores the world of Shakespeare’s most controversial character, Shylock from the Merchant of Venice. The play examines religious and racial intolerance, the history of plays in performance and, above all, celebrates the richness of Shakespeare’s language.
Sun & Moon Theatre are delighted to be performing at Tetbury Goods Arts Centre with a vibrant, emotional, and bold open-air production of Shakespeare’s most popular drama of star-crossed lovers and warring families. The feud between the Montagues and Capulets has been reimagined as a rivalry between two family-run movie studios in the 1930s.
Join us for Gardeners’ Question Time on Sunday October 1st. Time to think about putting the garden to bed for winter and making sure you have something nice to look at during the long dreary months at an informal event with our panel of experts – Margie Hoffnung, Sue Bradley-Jones, Duncan Montgomery and Tim Cordall.