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  Events for Saturday, 21 January 2023
  • The John Martyn Project
    The John Martyn Project is a special project comprised of Blythe Pepino, Kit Hawes, Pete Josef, Sam Brookes, John Blakeley and Jon Short, six artists coming together to celebrate the music of John Martyn. Each brings their own story and connection to John's music which adds to the fabric of the overall experience of the project. This diversity of different musical paths of the musicians recreate the many different aspects and eras of Martyn's music and is delivered in a sensitive and poignant manner.
    VENUE: Brewery Arts
    DATE:  21st January 2023
    TIME: 19:30 - 22:30
  Recurring events in this month
  • Forty Farms Exhibition
    Forty Farms exhibition is an visual record of farming at period of profound change told through photography, film and word. From British life Photographer of the year Amy Bateman who in March 2021 embarked on a journey to record the stories of Forty Farms in the Lake District and Cumbria.
  • English Cafe at Carlisle Library
    A friendly environment to speak and learn English, play games, have a coffee and explore our resources. For people who do not speak English as their first language.
  • The John Martyn Project
    The John Martyn Project is a special project comprised of Blythe Pepino, Kit Hawes, Pete Josef, Sam Brookes, John Blakeley and Jon Short, six artists coming together to celebrate the music of John Martyn. Each brings their own story and connection to John's music which adds to the fabric of the overall experience of the project. This diversity of different musical paths of the musicians recreate the many different aspects and eras of Martyn's music and is delivered in a sensitive and poignant manner.