What's On?

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19th November

compiled by
Newbury & District
Arts Association
Hungerford Jazz Forum

  24 November

Hungerford Jazz Forum

8:00pm
until 11pm

We are in a great room with a stage, drums, lights, microphones, everything including a fantastic bar and we ask only £2 as a contribution to costs.



Come along and bring your instrument and have a blow. Feeling uncertain? Then leave it in the car but you’ll want to get it out later!! Singers are also welcome. We will pick a few open numbers for everyone to try and also arrange mini sets for others. Don't forget that there is a great bar with good beer!



If you are not a muso,  just get in a party mood and support the musos as you always do. There is a fantastic bar with reasonable prices and don't forget that it is only £2 towards our costs to get it. Who else can say that after 15 years the price is the same.


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Art by the lake

  25 Nov - 2 Dec

Exhibition: Art by the Lake

10:30pm
- 4pm

This selling exhibition features the work of five local artists: Diana Pattenden, Tessa Kirby, Sarah Moorcroft, Amy Malikov and Elizabeth Davis.



Meet the artists, be inspired by the exhibits, and try your hand at sketching and silk painting on Sunday 26 November when Tessa Kirby and Sarah Moorcroft will be demonstrating their skills.



Discovery Centre closed on Monday 27 November.


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Continuing this week

Paul Risoe

  18 Nov - 9 Dec

The Australian Bird Series by Paul Risoe

Art Exhibition

10:30am

This is the latest in our Art in the Foyer programme. Exploring the theme of a figure in the landscape is how Paul describes these beautiful paintings, inspired by a visit to Australia.


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Old Chapel Textile Centre

  5 Sep - 2 Dec

New programme of workshops and classes

10:00am

We have an exciting new programme of workshops and classes for the autumn at the Old Chapel Textile Centre.  



The programme covers a wide range of topics including sewing, dressmaking, embroidery, smocking, patchwork, quilting, spinning, braiding and more.  Take a look at our website for more details or contact us at: www.nationalneedleworkarchive.org.uk / octc@live.com / 01635 38740. Free parking, Tea Room.


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West Berkshire District Council