Weekend 3/4 March Weekend 3/4 March: Sladers Yard is CLOSED due to the weather. Apologies for any disappointment. The Café will open again Monday 10am as usual. If you were hoping to come back for a last look at Ways … Continue reading
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In Concert No. 2 of her series Partita, Fantasia, Caprice, Philippa Mo explores a range of early music from the profound Guardian Angel Passacaglia from Biber’s 1678 Mystery Sonatas, past two more energetic Fantasias by Telemann towards Bach’s first Partita in B minor, where every dance movement is answered by a ‘double’ or a variation. Continue reading
Martyn Brewster, Anne Davies, Jo Fox and Anthony Garratt: Four painters who see landscape in entirely different ways, each with roughly a quarter of the gallery space in Sladers Yard in an exhibition that allows the viewer to immerse themselves in one way of seeing after another. Continue reading
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A wonderful review for Tom Hammick’s New York solo show Lunar Voyage from the heavyweight US art magazine Artforum.
The Jazz Courier Pigeons tonight! Looking forward to this brilliant jazz band this evening. Some tickets still remain for jazz only from 8pm. Numbers are limited so please phone 01308 459511 to book!
night and light and the half light Open now until Sunday 21 January 2017 Marzia Colonna MRBS collages Tom Hammick paintings and woodcut prints David Inshaw paintings Alfred Stockham ARCA RWA paintings Fiamma Colonna Montagu ceramic sculpture Richard Batterham pottery … Continue reading
If you like jazz that swings, with recognisable tunes, melodic solos and exciting improvisation — the thrill of the jam session and the jousting between soloists — then the Jazz Courier Pigeons is for you. Continue reading
Our gifted and brilliant jeweller, Jocelyn Rodber Pardoe, retires at the end of this week and we will not be showing her work after this weekend. Thank you for eleven happy years selling her work at Sladers Yard and forty-one … Continue reading