The preview night of ‘The Gallery‘ exhibition went extremely well, over 20 artists were represented in the exhibition with over 100 people attending the opening of the exhibition. Sixty+ paintings, ceramics, textile, glass and wooden art works were on show. During the preview 9 artists sold pieces of work. This is a fantastic event which will finish this evening – anticipated visitors to the exhibition, live music events and workshops will exceed 1000!
A very Special evening with
Dana – in person
We are pleased to announce that Dana will be appearing in St Peter’s Church on Sunday 11th September 2011. A number of her songs will be performed with a choir of local schoolchildren. There are only a limited number of tickets available so please visit our ‘Box Office‘.
This Event has been made possible by the generous sponsorship of the family owned business, Roundswell BP/SPAR Services.
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Media: Original Painting and Screen Print on canvas, signed and dated 2011.Size: 500mm x 400mmPainting on deep box canvas. £47.08 ($70). Shipping Free. Buy here..
Guy the Gorilla
(May 30, 1946 – 1978) was a Western Lowland Gorilla
(Gorilla gorilla gorilla
) which was London Zoo
‘s famous resident, something of a celebrity in the 1960s–70s and was often profiled on kids TV shows and natural history productions. Guy the Gorilla was one of London Zoo’s best-loved animals.
He arrived at the zoo on 5 November 1947, Guy Fawkes Night
, hence his name. He was a tiny baby, weighing just 23 lb (10 kg) and holding a small tin hot-water bottle.
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