Sunday 26th

 

CASTLE ARTISTS SPRING EXHIBITION 
Friday 24th, Saturday 24th & Sunday 24th February 2023
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
See http://www.castleartists.co.uk/
Free entry and parking, Disabled Access
Admission Free – Donations to Festival Funds invited


ARTISTS’ OPEN STUDIO – 10am – 4pm
Sarah Gillard, Painter Yarborough House, High Street.
Jenny Jones, Painter – The Porch House, High Street, SY9 5BE
Julia Bath, Painter –  The Old Bakery,  Church Street. 
Helen Robinson, Stained Glass Studio – The Old Vicarage, Church Lane.
Geraldine Burkill, Painter – 2 Kerry Lane.
Jill Bagnall, Fused Glass – Opposite Kirsty’s, New Street.
Marian Watson – Handmade silver & gold jewellery, and Paintings – Chapel View, Station Street, SY9 5AQ. 
Di & Andrew Douce, Painters – Old Manse, Station St., SY9 5AQ
Admission Free

NEEDLE FELTING WORKSHOP
with Clare Linford
at the Town Hall
Time 10am – 12 noon & 2pm – 4pm
details to follow
Admission – £5

MODERN CALLIGRAPHY WORKSHOP
with Alice Savery
at the Methodist Hall
Time 10.30am – 12.30pm
Are you interested in learning how to use a brush to create lovely hand lettering? This is a beginner’s workshop covering an introduction to brush lettering, using a paintbrush and ink, where you learn the basic techniques and have fun experimenting with your new skill. All kit is included, and yours to keep.
Cost – £35

POETRY WORKSHOP WITH PAT EDWARDS
at The Poetry Pharmacy
Time – 1pm to 3pm
Touch Paper is a relaxed two-hour workshop run by experienced poet and workshop leader, Welshpool Poetry Festival director, Pat Edwards. Come along to write, reflect and chat.
No booking necessary
Admission – £10 to include refreshments

MORRIS DANCING WORKSHOP
at The Three Tuns Inn
Time  12 noon – 2pm
Exciting, Vigorous, Dynamic & Exhausting simply to watch.  Martha Rhoden’s Tuppenny Dish & Shropshire Bedlams bring energy, skill and a wonderful sense of life enhancing pleasure to the Welsh Border tradition of Morris Dancing.  The workshop will introduce participants to the exhilarating delights of maintaining this unique custom.
Admission Free – Donations to Festival Funds invited.

COBBLE CHALKING
next to the Town Hall
Time  2pm – 4pm
Come and help Sue Percy create a rainbow we can walk on. We are colouring the cobbles at the side of the Town Hall using chalks. Stripes, spots, creatures – anything goes! Be as creative as you can be. Chalks and wet wipes provided. (An old cushion to kneel on might be useful).
Admission Free – Donations to Festival Funds invited.

Talk
at The Church Barn
Time  2pm
details to follow
Admission – £3

%d bloggers like this: