Friday 25th

Friday 18, Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 February 2022
Time : 10.00 – 5.00
at the Public Hall, Station Street, Bishop’s Castle SY9 5AQ. 
Around 15 local artists come together to show ‘Affordable Art’, which can include paintings, linocuts, watercolours, sculpture, photographs, textiles, jewellery, ceramics and cards. 
Refreshments by the Mainstone WI will be available most of each day
Free entry and parking, Disabled Access
Admission Free – Donations to Festival Funds invited

Jenny Jones, Painter – The Porch House, High Street, SY9 5BE  Time 10am – 4pm
Julia Bath, Mixed Media –  The Old Bakery,  Church Street.  Time 10 am – 4pm
Helen Robinson, Stained Glass Studio – The Old Vicarage, Church Lane Time 10am – 5pm
Geraldine Burkill, Painter – 2 Kerry Lane. Time 10am – 5pm TBC
Jane Allard, Weaving  – Kerry Rise, Kerry Green,  SY9 5AR.  Time 10 am – 4pm TBC
Marian Watson – Handmade silver & gold jewellery, and Paintings – Chapel View, Station Street, SY9 5AQ.  Time 10am – 5pm
Admission Free – Donations to Festival Funds invited

Do you believe in Dragons? 
with Suzanne Tumnus
at The Methodist Hall, Station Street
Time   11am
Do you believe in Dragons?: Are they creatures of Myth, or do they really exist?Where are they now? Are they really the sheep-grabbing, village-destroying lizards of the old tales?Find out with Storyteller Suzanne Tumnus.
Family storytelling for all ages.
Admission Free – Donations to Festival Funds invited

a talk by Paul Binding
at the Church Barn
Time – 2pm’The world broke in two in 1922 or thereabouts,’ said the great American writer, Willa Cather. Certainly it was a spectacular and revolutionary year for literature when new things were done unlike anything that had gone before – James Joyce’s Ulysses, D H Lawrence’s Aaron’s Rod, T S Eliot’s The Waste Land (that, most influential of all, in key respects), major stories by Katherine Mansfield, Virginia Woolf’s Jacob’s Room. Paul will look at these great works (still modern, even ‘new’, after 100 years) and try to see  why and how they came about when they did, and what was going on in the world at the time.
Admission – FREE, donations to festival funds invited.

with Liz Still 
at SpArC
Time   2pm – 4pm
Come and make something fantastic out of recycled scrap, junk and stuff! Animals, robots, monsters or whatever you dream up. Under 9’s must be accompanied by an adult.
Admission Free – Donations to Festival Funds invited

led by Rosa James
at the Three Tuns Inn
Time   7.30pm
An evening of dances mainly from Eastern Europe with simple steps taught by Rosa James with live music from Bellamonda.  No partners needed.
To book a place email: 
Admission – £6.00 / £4.50 concessions

with Suzanne Tumnus
at The Town Hall, High Street
Time   6.00pm
Five tales of magical women, woven together as a journey through the seasons. A blend of storytelling and music with Suzanne and Jake Tumnus. Ages older children and adults. Admission Free – Donations to Festival Funds invited

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