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  Events for Thursday, 15 September 2022
  • Riding Out
    Starts 7.30pm | Tickets £13 | Theatre Riding Out: A night of adventure: Cycling 3,500 miles around pandemic Britain is a multimedia presentation of short films, photos, audio clips and anecdotes where Simon Parker talks about cycling 3,427 miles around Britain during the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020 and 2021. Originally from Oxfordshire, Simon Parker is an award-winning travel writer and broadcaster who has reported from well over 100 countries by the age of 34 for the BBC, The Telegraph and Amazon Prime. The talks coincide with the launch of Parker's new book in Riding Out, which he will be selling at the event. This is a fascinating story that you won't want to miss!
    VENUE: Brewery Arts
    DATE:  15th September 2022
    TIME: 19:30 - 23:00
  Recurring events in this month
  • FREE Managing Your Budget course in Penrith
    Learn how to live on a tight budget, manage bills, avoid debt and know where to seek help and support if you need it. 7-week course.
  • Inspired By Nature: Drawing And Journal Making
    Mon 12 Sep to Mon 26 Sep |10am - 12.30pm | £75 (3wks) | 16+ yrs | Tutor Karen Lester | Footprint Discover new ways to record your personal experiences of natural world in your own created art booklets in this short course. Through a series of explorations, you will create images using a range of drawing media in direct response to your observations in and around the beautiful Footprint and National Trust St Catherine's estate in Windermere. Gather your images and develop them further into your personal art book of discoveries. You will be encouraged to make marks and create textures using drawing materials, and collage, in series of exploratory exercises. In week two the session focuses on creating art booklets, led by artist Elizabeth Shorrock. You will look at ways in which to record and arrange your artwork using a range of paper booklet formats. The emphasis is very much on practical individual experience with tutor - led demonstrations, discussion, example work, and hand
  • Queen of Glory
    14 Sept | 7.45pm 15 Sept | 4.45pm (15) | 78 minutes 'Queen of Glory' is the story of Sarah Obeng, the brilliant child of Ghanaian immigrants, who is quitting her Ivy League PhD program to follow her married lover to Ohio. When her mother dies suddenly, she bequeaths her daughter a Christian bookstore in the Pelham Parkway section of the Bronx where Sarah was raised. A follow-up on the classic immigrant's tale, Queen of Glory provokes laughter and empathy, as its heroine is reborn through her inheritance.
  • Riding Out
    Starts 7.30pm | Tickets £13 | Theatre Riding Out: A night of adventure: Cycling 3,500 miles around pandemic Britain is a multimedia presentation of short films, photos, audio clips and anecdotes where Simon Parker talks about cycling 3,427 miles around Britain during the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020 and 2021. Originally from Oxfordshire, Simon Parker is an award-winning travel writer and broadcaster who has reported from well over 100 countries by the age of 34 for the BBC, The Telegraph and Amazon Prime. The talks coincide with the launch of Parker's new book in Riding Out, which he will be selling at the event. This is a fascinating story that you won't want to miss!