EVENTS

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exhibition showing now:


North-westerly winds, Ness of Bakka Janette Kerr PPRWA RSA Hon

Igniting Sight:

Contemporary artists inspired by JMW Turner

new paintings by Fred Cuming RA, Luke Elwes, Vanessa Gardiner, Frances Hatch  Janette Kerr PPRWA RSA Hon  Alex Lowery

Richard Batterham pottery and Petter Southall furniture

Continues until Sunday 8 September 2019

Follow the links to view the work.

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Vanessa Gardiner Godrevy Point 17 58 x 58 cm

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evening events:


Dylan Thomas

Dylan Thomas Talk

A talk with readings by Graham Fawcett

Thursday 5 September 7.30pm

Tickets: £12.50 or £30 with dinner from 5.30/6pm

Swansea’s most famous son, poet Dylan Thomas (1914–53) wrote some of the most famous lyrical lines imaginable. He lived a wild and reckless life and died prematurely in New York City. Graham Fawcett gives context to his story and reads the poems aloud, looking at their meanings and techniques. Read more…

Please call 01308 459511 to book tickets for our events. Numbers are limited.

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New exhibition opening: Save the Date!

Marzia Colonna

recent collages, drawings and sculpture

Opening drinks: Saturday 14 September 12 – 2pm

Please let us know if you would like a notification when Marzia Colonna’s work is available to view and buy online and an invitation to the opening.


Marzia Colonna Walking at West Bay 60 x 100 cm collage

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Introducing the first ever:

Café Sladers Supper Club

Saturday 28 September 7pm

Four-course dinner with wines by award-winning Dorset vineyard, Furleigh Estate

Tickets: £65 a head including wine

Book your table now!

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Iris and Peonies by Marzia Colonna
collage 60 x 60 cm

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ART HISTORY TALK

Late Turner: Talk with slides by Nick Reese Friday 11 October 6.30pm

Leading Turner expert, Nick Reese, will give an entertaining and fascinating talk with slides about the extraordinary late works of JMW Turner.

Nick Reese has been on the committee of the Turner Society for many years and has given numerous lectures and Tate study room talks. He has also spoken at Oxford, Bristol and London Universities as well as at many clubs and societies. His enthralling talks are not to be missed.

Tickets: £12 or £30 with dinner to follow

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Nick Reese with JMW Turner’s Norham Castle

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SLADERS JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS:

Kirsty McGee and Ben Bedford

Saturday 19 October 8pm

Tickets: £12 or £30 with dinner from 6.30pm

Singer songwriter Kirsty McGee has released 7 albums, collaborated with jazz legends and featured in Danny Boyle’s movie Trance. Kirsty comes to Sladers Yard to sing from her latest album as part of her first UK tour in a number of years.

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SLADERS JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS:

JAZZ! Alan Barnes (sax and clarinet), David Newton (piano), Ian Smith (trumpet) and Ashley John Long (double bass)

Saturday 23 November 8pm

Tickets: £18 or £36 with dinner from 6.30pm

Phenomenal jazz musicians playing classics from the history of jazz in superb style with plenty of banter, anecdotes and laughter with a fabulous dinner.

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Please phone 01308 459511 to book your tickets. Dinner prices include full main course. Drinks and desserts are charged separately.

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2 Responses to EVENTS

  1. Sue Beaumont says:

    Is David Newton trio coming back in the autumn

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