Exciting new happenings at the Gallery

We are excited to tell you about two new monthly events that will be hosted at the Gallery.  We’ve worked very hard to make them happen and we are now nearly there, and over the moon with the reaction and comments from members and friends.

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If you like poetry, our Poetry Jam Sessions are just the thing for you.  They will take place second Wednesday of every month from 6:30pm to 9pm at the Gallery.  For the first session, Wednesday 11th November, bring a poem you like by any poet you like and read it for us.  If you’re not used to public speaking and aren’t sure, we can help or someone will be here to read it for you.  From then on, we will have a theme every month and you could bring your own poems of course and read them with music in the background, or not, do it as you feel it.  These sessions are pop in so no need to book, just pop along, have a tea and biscuits, or bring your own drink.  We would appreciate a donation towards the refreshments.

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The Visual Treats sessions will take place the last Wednesday of every month starting on Wednesday 25th November from 6:30pm to 9pm.  If you like independent films and would like to meet critics, directors and others with great knowledge of film, come and join us for the adventure.

The first film we are presenting is We Are Many.  We Are Many is the story of the largest protest in history. On February 15th 2003, over 15 million people marched against the war in Iraq in over 800 cities around the globe. We Are Many is a historical document of a day that changed the world forever.  There will be free tea/coffee and popcorn.  The entry fee is £5 only and you will meet like-minded people and make new friends too.

Come and join us for an informal and interesting evening.  Hope to see you here soon.

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