David McVicar’s acclaimed production of Verdi’s potent and tragic opera is conducted by Alexander Joel, with an excellent cast led by Dimitri Platanias, Lucy Crowe and Michael Fabiano.
Rigoletto arranges to have the Duke assassinated. But Gilda still loves the womanizing Duke and sacrifices herself in his place. Rigoletto eagerly uncovers the corpse only to find instead his fatally wounded daughter, who dies in his arms.
A talk by Dr Mark Clilverd, an Atmospheric Physicist who has lived and worked in the Antarctic studying space physics and its influence on the Earth’s Climate System.
Tickets available from Mayfair’s reception and include refreshments.
Vibrant acrylic paintings in a unique and distinctive style by local artist Diana Nuttall. Affordable prices.
Also her triptych of “Stretton Hills after Bruegel” will be on display.
A display of tablemats, coasters, cards etc with Diana’s favourite designs are there to buy or order. Diana can be contacted for commissions easily as lives minutes away from library.
Suitable for complete beginners, this workshop teaches the basic crochet stitches and terms. You will learn double crochet, treble crochet, slip stitches, chains, all to work towards producing a flower brooch whilst working in the round.
3 Hour workshop 1pm – 4pm on Sunday 25th February.
Materials and equipment provided.
Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.
In this 3 hour workshop you will give life to a needle felted rabbit.
Using basic needle felting techniques you will create shapes and attach them together to sculpt into a spring bunny.
All materials and equipment is provided. Suitable for beginners and already established felters.
Light refreshments provided.
Sunday 25th March 2018
1pm – 4pm
£25 per person