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  Events for Saturday, 14 May 2022
  • Family Story Time For Furness Pride
    We are delighted to be taking part in Furness Pride. Join us at Barrow library for a fun family story session. We will be sharing picture books that celebrate differences and families in all their wonderful forms. Sessions happening at 12.30pm and 2pm
    VENUE: Barrow Library
    DATE:  14th May 2022
    TIME: 12:30 - 13:30
  • Family Story Time For Furness Pride
    We are delighted to be taking part in Furness Pride. Join us at Barrow library for a fun family story session. We will be sharing picture books that celebrate differences and families in all their wonderful forms. Sessions happening at 12.30pm and 2pm
    VENUE: Barrow Library
    DATE:  14th May 2022
    TIME: 14:00 - 15:00
  • An Evening with Haydn and Mozart
    Kendal South Choir, conducted by Geoffrey Field, with soprano soloist Emily Robinson and organist Andy Plowman, perform a programme of music by contemporaries Haydn and Mozart.
    VENUE: St Thomas's Church
    DATE:  14th May 2022
    TIME: 19:30 - 21:30
  • Karine Polwart And Dave Milligan
    Starts 8pm | Tickets £20.50 | Theatre Seven-time winner at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, including 2018 Folk Singer of The Year, Karine Polwart's latest project is a collaboration with renowned jazz/folk pianist Dave Milligan. Piano and voice isn't a combination that you hear often in the folk idiom, and yet it can be just as potent, if not more so, than a full band, and the duo's new album is just this an intimate, stripped-back collection of songs performed entirely with voice and grand piano. Deceptively simple, yet devastatingly powerful. Still As Your Sleeping (Oct 21) is threaded through with images of stillness and flux, leaving and returning, and pivots of change and includes the timeless and poignant The Parting Glass as requested by Margaret Atwood for her specially curated BBC Radio 4 Today programme.
    VENUE: Brewery Arts
    DATE:  14th May 2022
    TIME: 20:00 - 23:00
  Recurring events in this month
  • Cumbrian Challenge 2022
    The Cumbrian Challenge is Walking With The Wounded's annual flagship fundraising event for individuals, organisations and companies who want to show their support and experience a memorable team-building weekend in the Lake District alongside our beneficiaries. We target those who have fallen the furthest, men and women struggling with mental health issues, unemployment, homelessness or caught in police custody. By providing early intervention programmes and speeding up access to therapy we are changing the lives of veterans and, crucially, their families.
  • Family Story Time For Furness Pride
    We are delighted to be taking part in Furness Pride. Join us at Barrow library for a fun family story session. We will be sharing picture books that celebrate differences and families in all their wonderful forms. Sessions happening at 12.30pm and 2pm
  • Family Story Time For Furness Pride
    We are delighted to be taking part in Furness Pride. Join us at Barrow library for a fun family story session. We will be sharing picture books that celebrate differences and families in all their wonderful forms. Sessions happening at 12.30pm and 2pm
  • An Evening with Haydn and Mozart
    Kendal South Choir, conducted by Geoffrey Field, with soprano soloist Emily Robinson and organist Andy Plowman, perform a programme of music by contemporaries Haydn and Mozart.
  • Karine Polwart And Dave Milligan
    Starts 8pm | Tickets £20.50 | Theatre Seven-time winner at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, including 2018 Folk Singer of The Year, Karine Polwart's latest project is a collaboration with renowned jazz/folk pianist Dave Milligan. Piano and voice isn't a combination that you hear often in the folk idiom, and yet it can be just as potent, if not more so, than a full band, and the duo's new album is just this an intimate, stripped-back collection of songs performed entirely with voice and grand piano. Deceptively simple, yet devastatingly powerful. Still As Your Sleeping (Oct 21) is threaded through with images of stillness and flux, leaving and returning, and pivots of change and includes the timeless and poignant The Parting Glass as requested by Margaret Atwood for her specially curated BBC Radio 4 Today programme.