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Haynes Fine Art

Gordon Russell Design Museum

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Trinity House

Ashmolean Museum

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Broadway Modern

Budgens

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Springfield House/Studio

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Battridge Orchard

Farnham House

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The Crown & Trumpet


WELCOME For more than 130 years Broadway has had a close connection with prominent figures in the arts. The Broadway Arts Festival was founded in 2010; it is a registered charity and its inspiration was the world-renowned Broadway Colony of artists who turned the then quiet village into a focal point for painters, musicians and writers amongst whom were John Singer Sargent, Edward Elgar and Henry James. Whilst celebrating this important historical link, the festival places strong emphasis on the present, as the varied and appealing events shown in this programme demonstrate. We also very much look to the future by encouraging young people to take an interest in the arts and by making

financial grants to students. The Festival, which is biennial, has continued to grow in its strength and importance and is now attracting contributions from leading performers and authorities in the arts. For instance, as you will see, this year we are fortunate to have as speakers John Julius, Lord Norwich and our patron, Sir Roy Strong in a varied programme of music, talks, painting and photographic exhibitions, drama and workshops. Broadway Arts Festival is run entirely by volunteers and the Trustees are deeply grateful to the Management Committee which, under the leadership of Helen Clegg, has put it all together. It is the intention of the Trustees and the Management Committee to provide a range of stimulating, rewarding and, above all, enjoyable events which, I hope, the following pages will demonstrate. So, welcome to the fourth Broadway Arts Festival.

Martin Wilson QC Chairman of the Trustees of Broadway Arts Festival

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Welcome

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Event Listings

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Information Festival Events

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Adverts & Sponsors

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Acknowledgements

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Benefactors

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Broadway Arts Festival 10 The Green, High Street, Broadway Worcestershire WR12 7AA United Kingdom Registered Charity No 1137844 ‘Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose’ painted in Broadway by John Singer Sargent RA © Tate, London 2009

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Day Fri 3rd Sat 4th Sat 4th Sat 4th Sun 5th Sun 5th Mon 6th Mon 6th Tues 7th Tues 7th Wed 8th Thurs 9th Thurs 9th Fri 10th Fri 10th Sat 11th Sat 11th Sat 11th Sun 12th Sun 12th Mon 13th Mon 13th Tues 14th Tues 14th Weds 15th Weds 15th Thurs 16th Thurs 16th Thurs 16th Thurs 16th Fri 17th Fri 17th Sat 18th Sat 18th Sat 18th Sat 18th Sun 19th

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Event Time Price Venue Lecture: Richard Ormond ‘Sargent in Broadway’ 6pm £15 Lifford Hall Choral Workshop Participants £20 10am-5.30pm £20 Lifford Hall Informal Concert Evening Audience only £7.50 7.30pm £7.50 Lifford Hall Lecture: Sir Roy Strong ‘Shakespeare Gardens’ 11am £15 The Lygon Arms Niki Crew ‘You Thought You Couldn’t - Drawing for the Terrified’ 10am-1pm £20 Lifford Hall Geoff Tristram ‘40 Years Watching Paint Dry’ 6pm £10 Lifford Hall Adrian Barlow ‘Fear & Loathing in John Betjeman’ 7pm £10 Lygon Arms Tony Allain 2-Day Pastel Workshop 10am-4pm £60 Springfield Studio Tony Allain 2-Day Pastel Workshop 10am-4pm £60 Springfield Studio Song Recital by Nicholas Merryweather 7.30pm £15 St Michael & All Angels’ Church Gary Long: 2-Day Study Workshop for Oil/Gouache 10am-4.00pm £60 Little Buckland Gallery Gary Long: 2-Day Study Workshop for Oil/Gouache 10am-4.00pm £60 Little Buckland Gallery Jazz Steve Browning & Wayne Elliott Late Evening See p13 Crown & Trumpet Inn Edward Noott: Workshop in Oil 10am-4pm £60 Springfield Studio Charlie Bennett & Jessica May - Piano Duet Recital 1pm-2pm £8 St Michael & All Angels’ Church Voces8 Concert 7.30pm £18/£8 St Michael & All Angels’ Church Voces8 Workshop for Adults & Children 12+ 2.30pm-4pm FREE St Michael & All Angels’ Church Photography Demonstration: Alex James 2pm-4pm £15 Lifford Hall Blunderbus Children’s Theatre Workshop 10am, 11.30am, 1.30pm, 3pm FREE Lifford Hall Trio Severn 7.30pm £10 St Michael & All Angels’ Church Garry Jones: Ceramic Sculpture ‘All Creatures Great & Small’ 10am-4pm £45 Lifford Hall David Haycock: ‘Artists in the Great War’ 7pm £10 The Lygon Arms Deborah Walker Workshop ‘Creating Different Textures in Watercolour’ 10am-4pm £60 Springfield Studio Rebecca Hellen ‘Sargent’s Painting Practice: CLLR 4pm £10 The Lygon Arms Sue Mayfield: Creative writing workshop ‘Painting with Words’ 10am-1pm £30 Little Buckland Gallery Heartbreak Productions: ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ 7pm £15/£10/£45 Batteridge Orchard Tricia Torrington ‘Making Marks’ - Using text and texture in print 10am-4pm £60 Little Buckland Gallery Quentin Letts ‘Parliamentary Middlers 4pm £10 The Lygon Arms Talk by George Butler War Artist 7pm £10 Lifford Hall Spat’s Langham Hot Fingers with Emily Campbell Evening FREE Crown & Trumpet Inn Roger Dellar RI, PS, ROI: ‘Painting Painterly Portraits with Form’ 10am-4pm £60 Lifford Hall John Julius Norwich/Malcom Rogers in Conversation 4pm £10 The Lygon Arms Rod Ashman - Mixed Media 10am-4pm £10 Little Buckland Gallery Jonathon Taylor - Watercolour 10am-4pm £10 The Hill Fish Hill Edward Noott - Workshop in Oils 10am-4pm £10 Springfield Studio John Julius Norwich: ‘Paddy’s World’ 7pm-8pm £15 The Lygon Arms Judy Boyt ‘Sculpture Workshop’ 10am-4pm £45 Lifford Hall

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Patrick Lichfield Photographs John Noott Collection Photographer in Residence - Rebecca Allchurch Artist in Residence - Alison Chambers Competition Exhibition

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10am-5pm £5 10am-5pm 10am-5pm 10am-5pm 10am-5pm

Lifford Hall Haynes Fine Art Throughout Broadway Throughout Broadway Little Buckland Gallery


BY CATEGORY LECTURES Fri 3rd 10 Lecture: Richard Ormond ‘Sargent in Broadway’ 6pm £15 Sat 4th 10 Lecture: Sir Roy Strong ‘Shakespeare Gardens’ 11am £15 Sun 5th 11 Geoff Tristram ‘40 Years Watching Paint Dry’ 6pm £10 Mon 6th 11 Adrian Barlow ‘Fear & Loathing in John Betjeman’ 7pm £10 Mon 13th 16 David Haycock: ‘Artists in the Great War’ 7pm £10 Tues 14th 17 Rebecca Hellen ‘Sargent’s Painting Practice, CLLR’ 4pm £10 Thurs 16th 18 Quentin Letts ‘Parliamentary Middlers’ 4pm £10 Thurs 16th 19 Talk by George Butler War Artist 7pm £10 Friday 17th 19 John Julius Norwich/Malcom Rogers in Conversation 4pm £10 Sat 18th 21 John Julius Norwich: ‘Paddy’s World’ 7pm-8pm £15 MUSIC Sat 4th 10 Choral Workshop Participants £20 10am-5.30pm £20 Sat 4th 10 Choral Concert Evening Audience only £7.50 7.30pm £7.50 Tues 7th 12 Song Recital by Nicholas Merryweather 7.30pm £15 Thurs 9th 13 Jazz Steve Browning & Wayne Elliott Late Evening See p13 Fri 10th 13 Charlie Bennett & Jessica May - Piano Duet Recital 1pm-2pm £8 Sat 11th 14 Voces8 Concert 7.30pm £18/£8 Sat 11th 15 Voces8 Workshop for Adults & Children 12+ 2.30pm-4pm FREE Sun 12th 16 Trio Severn 7.30pm £10 Thurs 16th 13 Spat’s Langham Hot Fingers with Emily Campbell Evening FREE WORKSHOPS/DEMONSTRATIONS Sun 5th 11 Niki Crew ‘You Thought You Couldn’t - Drawing for the Terrified’ 10am-1pm £20 Mon 6th 12 Tony Allain 2-Day Pastel Workshop 10am-4pm £60 Tues 7th 12 Tony Allain 2-Day Pastel Workshop 10am-4pm £60 Wed 8th 12 Gary Long: 2-Day Study Workshop for Oil/Gouache 10am-4.00pm £60 Thurs 9th 12 Gary Long: 2-Day Study Workshop for Oil/Gouache 10am-4.00pm £60 Fri 10th 13 Edward Noott: Workshop in Oil: ‘Capturing Light amongst the Roses’ 10am-4pm £60 Sat 11th 15 Photography Demonstration: Alex James 2pm-4pm £15 Mon 13th 16 Garry Jones: Ceramic Sculpture ‘All Creatures Great & Small’ 10am-4pm £45 Tues 14th 17 Deborah Walker Workshop ‘Creating Different Textures in Watercolour’ 10am-4pm £60 Weds 15th 17 Sue Mayfield: Creative writing workshop ‘Painting with Words’ 10am-1pm £30 Thurs 16th 18 Tricia Torrington ‘Making Marks’ - Using text and texture in print 10am-4pm £60 Fri 17th 19 Roger Dellar RI, PS, ROI: ‘Painting Painterly Portraits with Form’ 10am-4pm £60 Sat 18th 20 Rod Ashman - Mixed Media 10am-4pm £10 Sat 18th 20 Jonathon Taylor - Watercolour 10am-4pm £10 Sat 18th 20 Edward Noott - Workshop in Oils 10am-4pm £10 Sun 19th 21 Judy Boyt ‘Sculpture Workshop’ 10am-4pm £45 OTHER EVENTS Sun 12th 15 Blunderbus Children’s Theatre Workshop 10am, 11.30am, 1.30pm, 3pm FREE Weds 15th 18 Heartbreak Productions: ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ 7pm £15/£10/£45

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INFORMATION

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BOOKING

BENEFACTORS & FRIENDS

Visit broadwayartsfestival.com to book online or in person at the Box Office at The Gordon Russell Design Museum Russell Square Broadway.

If you are interested in becoming a Benefactor or Friend of the biennial Broadway Arts Festival please visit broadwayartsfestival.com for full details and application form.

PRICING Prices for all events are shown in our programme or at broadwayartsfestival.com/events Admission to the Ashmolean Museum Broadway and the Gordon Russell Design Museum – enjoy a combined entrance fee of £8 for admission to the two exhibitions.

ACCESS

LATEST UPDATES For the latest news and programme changes visit www.broadwayartsfestival.com

There is good wheelchair access at the following venues: Lifford Hall, The Lygon Arms, St Michael’s Church. There is partial access at Little Buckland Gallery and the Gordon Russell Design Museum.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS The organisers of the Festival reserve the right to cancel events at any stage if deemed necessary in their opinion, or if circumstances arise outside their control. They also reserve the right to alter the programme, line-up and time without prior notification. Should the event be cancelled or line-up changed, the organisers will not be liable for the payment of any compensation or for any loss of money and/or expenses incurred. The organisers have the right to deny entry to any event.


Patrick Lichfield Photographs This exhibition of over 100 photographs from the Lichfield archive includes many of Patrick Lichfield’s famous images such as Mick and Bianca Jagger’s wedding and Royal, fashion, portraiture, calendar and advertising photographs. A number of iconic shots will be featured as well as some that have rarely been seen. Patrick Lichfield, as he liked to be known professionally, photographed every Royal Family in Europe and many of the world’s most beautiful women. In July 1981 he was appointed official photographer at the wedding of his cousin, The Prince of Wales, and Lady Diana Spencer and the resulting photographs, refreshingly informal, continue to be widely published to this day. Exhibitions of his work were held on a global basis and in 2003 the National Portrait Gallery dedicated a retrospective exhibition to the first twenty years of his work.

For enquiries about the Festival call 01386 898387

Throughout the Festival - 10:00am - 5:00pm

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Throughout the Festival - 10:00am - 5:00pm

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John Noott Collection WW11 Drawings & Paintings at Haynes Fine Art

Photographer in Residence – Rebeccca Allchurch

Artist in Residence Alison Chambers

A unique exhibition which reflects the memories of the War of art dealer John Noott who has collected over 70 paintings, drawings and prints. Among the artists represented are Edward Bawden, Edward Seago, Pearl Falconer and Shearer Armstrong. The Broadway Arts Festival is proud to present this exhibition.

Rebecca is ‘based in Broadway in the Cotswolds, the place that I grew up. I specialise in portraits, wildlife and I like photographing unusual objects. I sell my work via Getty images and private commissions. ‘Jane Bown’s work has been a major influence.’

Currently exhibiting with Galerie Stam on the Prinsengracht, Amsterdam, Alison is an elected member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA), and has exhibited through galleries in London, Cirencester, Stow-on-theWold, Worcester and Tunbridge Wells; with commissioned work held in various private collections. Alison will be seen working around the village and at various events.

Venue: Haynes Fine Art

Venue: Throughout Broadway

Venue: Throughout Broadway


Competition A prestigious selling exhibition featuring up to 200 of the final-stage entries to the competition. The 2016 judging panel is chaired by Professor Ken Howard, OBE, RA. The theme for this year’s competition is ‘conflict’ in the broadest sense of the word. The competition was open to any artist in any medium including photography, sculpture, film and design makers. Prizes include the John Singer Sargent Prize of £1000 sponsored by John Noott Galleries, a 3D prize of £500 sponsored by Little Buckland Gallery, a £500 local artist’s prize sponsored by The Richard Hagen Gallery and ‘Visitors’ Choice’ of £250 of framing sponsored by Richard Christie Framemaker. Alongside the main exhibition there will be large scale outdoor sculpture in the garden.

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Throughout the Festival - 10:00am - 5:00pm

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Friday 3rd June

Saturday 4th June

Saturday 4th June

6:00pm

10am - 5.30 pm (Workshop) 7.30pm Concert

11:00am

Richard Ormond ‘Sargent in Broadway’

‘Come & Sing! Choral Workshop’ for Amateur Singers

Lecture by Sir Roy Strong ‘Shakespeare’s Gardens

Richard Ormond CBE is Art Historical Advisor to the Festival. Formerly Director of the National Maritime Museum and Deputy Director of the National Portrait Gallery, he is the grandson of Violet Sargent Ormond, the sister of John Singer Sargent. She was the subject of many of Sargent’s paintings and Richard Ormond has written several books about Sargent and other painters.

Do you enjoy singing? Come and join our ad hoc chorus for an entertaining and joyful day’s singing with others, getting to grips with a range of well-loved choral pieces from Vivaldi to Elgar, via Mozart and Sullivan and more!

In the quarter-centenary year of Shakespeare’s death Sir Roy Strong explores the quest for his garden at New Place Stratford-upon-Avon. The quest involves a bizarre list of characters from the novelist Marie Corelli to E.F. Benson’s Lucia, from Edward VII’s mistress, Daisy, Countess of Warwick, to the historian of Hampton Court, Ernest Law. Through it garden history and re-creation were born.

Venue: Lifford Hall Tickets: £15 FREE to Benefactors and Friends

The workshop price includes scores, practice CDs and tea-break refreshments.

Venue: Lifford Hall Tickets: £20 Participants £7.50 Eve Concert

Venue: Lygon Arms Tickets: £15


Sunday 5th June

Monday 6th June

10:00am - 1.00pm

6:00pm

7:00pm

‘You Thought You Couldn’t! - Drawing for the Terrified’ with Niki Crew

Talk: ‘40 Years Watching Paint Dry’ with Geoff Tristram

Adrian Barlow: ‘Fear & Loathing in John Betjeman’

This class is designed for total beginners, to overcome the fear of drawing and to teach some of the basic techniques which can help to build confidence and the enthusiasm to continue. Niki Crew has been convincing children they can draw for 11 years at Chipping Campden School and previously drawing and printmaking at art colleges across the UK.

This inspirational and often hilarious talk charts Geoff’s rise from scatterbrained ten-yearold with a 13 colour biro to the scatterbrained fifty-nine-year-old professional artist and occasional comedy writer that he is today. The presentation shows work done for the likes of Penguin, Embassy World Snooker, the BBC, Trivial Pursuit and Ravensburger Jigsaws, Jeremy Clarkson and Jonathan Ross.

Adrian Barlow is the president of the English Association, series editor of ‘Cambridge Contexts in Literature’ and former Director of Public and Professional Programmes at Cambridge University Institute of Continuing Education. He is an authority on Victorian architecture, ecclesiology and stained glass. He is also very interested in the Great War and cultural memory.

Bring a A3 spiral bound sketchbook + pencils

Venue: Lifford Hall Tickets: £20

Venue: Lifford Hall Tickets: £10

Venue: Lygon Arms Tickets: £10

For enquiries about the Festival call 01386 898387

Sunday 5th June

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Monday 6th June/Tues 7th June

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10:00am – 4:00pm

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Tuesday 7th June 7:30pm

Wednesday 8th/Thurs 9th June 10:00am – 4:00pm

Art Workshop – 2 day: ‘Colour and Light in Pastels’ with Tony Allain PS,PSA

Nicholas Merryweather, Baritone & Joseph Ramadan, Piano

Art Workshop 2-day Oils/ Gouache with Gary Long

Tony will share some of his working methods in this workshop, concentrating on painting land & seascapes that are filled with colour and light. He will explore the use of direct strokes on a textured surface to emphasize ‘brushwork’. He will show how to simplify our approach to achieve exciting impressionistic paintings. Tony is a Member of the Pastel Society and the Pastel Society of America. To include a light lunch with wine - limited to 10.

Schumann’s Dichterliebe, considered by many his best song cycle, is complemented by a selection of English songs in this recital by the distinguished baritone, Nicholas Merryweather, already well-known here from his appearances at Longborough Festival Opera. We mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death with settings by Gerald Finzi, a regular visitor to Broadway.

Gary was featured on BBC’s Countryfile which showcased his work alongside Barbara Hepworth, Patrick Heron and Kurt Jackson. Gary is also a tutor at University College, Falmouth, St Ives School of Painting and the Verrocchio Art Centre in Tuscany.

Venue: Springfield Studio Tickets: £120

Venue: St. Michael & All Angels’ Church Tickets: £15

To include a light lunch with wine Intermediate/Advanced - limited to 12.

Venue: Little Buckland House Tickets: £120.00


Thursday 9th June

Friday 10th June

Friday 10th June

Evening

10:00am – 4:00pm

1:00pm-2:00pm

Jazz with Steve Browning and Wayne Elliot

Art Workshop in Oils: ‘Amongst the Roses!’ with Edward Noott

Recital: Charlie Bennett & Jessica May Piano Duet

Steve’s laid back vocal style together with his dynamic guitar work is complemented by Wayne Elliot’s formidable bass playing with a range of songs from old Delta Blues to B.B. King classics.

“If I had to choose an artist that had most influence on me, it would be Monet. I’ve always loved the way he interprets light, going beyond naturalism and creating a depiction of reality that is both beautiful and personal in its execution”. Edward Noott has regular solo shows in Broadway, London and New York.

A most beautiful, short lunchtime programme of exquisite works for piano duet by Franz Schubert, played in the lovely acoustics of St Michael’s Church, Broadway. Charlie Bennett and Jessica May are respected and experienced local, professional musicians, both with close ties to the Chipping Campden International Music Festival.

For enquiries about the Festival call 01386 898387

Venue: St. Michael & All Angels’ Church Tickets: £8

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Thursday 16th June Spat’s Langham Hot Fingers with Emily Campbell - Styled on the 1930s “new” form of pianoless all string jazz.

Venue: Crown & Trumpet Inn Must Book Table & Meal 01386 853202

To include a light lunch with wine Intermediate/Advanced - limited to 10.

Venue: Springfield Studio Tickets: £60


Saturday 11th June

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VOCES8 ‘Sing Joyfully’ Concert ‘Sing Joyfully’ is a programme that celebrates the joy and beauty of voices in harmony. With music from the Renaissance to Jazz and Pop, this concert combines ethereal and angelic voices with the renowned stage presence of VOCES8. The British vocal ensemble is now established as one of the most versatile and best-loved international singing groups touring extensively worldwide and performing at UK venues the Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Royal Albert Hall and Barbican Centre. With an on-going programme of recordings and live broadcasts, VOCES8 is heard regularly on the BBC and Classic FM. Two of their albums, ‘Eventide’ and ‘Lux’, have been at the top of the Classical Charts on their release. The varied programme will include works by William Byrd, Mendelssohn, Rachmaninov and a suite of songs arranged by Jim Clements including ‘Straighten Up and Fly Right’ by Nat King Cole and ‘I’ve Got the World on a String’ by Harold Arlen.

Venue: St. Michael & All Angels’ Church Tickets: £18 Students £8


Sunday 12th June

Saturday 11th June

Saturday 11th June

2.30-4:00pm

2:00-4:00pm

VOCES8 Music Workshop adults and students age 12+

Portraits and Fashion in Photography with Alex James

Blunderbus Drama Workshop for ages 3 - 11

VOCES8 is now established as one of the most versatile and best-loved singing groups. The ensemble is providing a music workshop for adults who enjoy singing. The session will include warm up tips and techniques and a fully interactive workshop including classical music and some jazz, pop and folk arrangements.

‘I’ve been shooting in London for over 10 years now. I’m lucky enough to have had images in most of the UK magazines and shot for many of the high street fashion houses at some time or another. I always try to capture movement in my shoots. Cloth and fabric look great when they move, light bouncing from different angles as the model dances and the dress spins randomly.’

The Blunderbus Theatre Company will have sessions for 2 different age ranges: 3- 7 year olds and 7 – 11 year olds. This will be an active ‘doing’ drama workshop, which will allow the children to become characters, be part of a narrative (which they themselves play a part in creating) and will require them to use their imaginations. These free sessions will be lead by professional actors who will make the experience accessible.

Venue: St. Michael & All Angels’ Church Tickets: FREE

Venue: Lifford Hall Tickets: £15

Venue: Lifford Hall Tickets: FREE

For enquiries about the Festival call 01386 898387

10:00am, 11.30am, 1.30pm & 3:00pm

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Monday 13th June

Monday 13th June

7.30pm

10:00am-4:00pm

7:00pm

Trio Severn. Zoe Beyers, Violin, David Powell, Cello, Robert Markham, Piano

Art Demonstration: ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ with Garry Jones

Lecture by David Haycock: ‘Artists in the Great War’

All three players are connected with musical life in Birmingham: Zoe Beyers is Associate Leader and David Powell is Sub-Principal Cellist of the CBSO. Robert Markham is Accompanist in Residence and Piano Tutor at the Birmingham Conservatoire.

The ceramic world of Garry Jones is full of humour and fun.

David Boyd Haycock is the author of, among many titles, ‘A Crisis of Brilliance: Five Young British Artists and the Great War’ which was nominated in the “Best NonFiction Book” category at the 2010 Writers’ Guild of Great Britain awards. An exhibition based on the book opened at Dulwich Picture Gallery in June 2013. The talk will resonate with the Festival theme of ‘Culture in Conflict’.

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Sunday 12th June

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Sponsored by Charles Stanley Wealth Managers

These highly individual sculptures reflect not only Garry’s fantastic imagination and creative twist on humour; they are also fine examples of his skill as a designer and ceramic artist. Ticket includes a light lunch with wine.

Investment portfolios, Venue: Lifford Hall Tickets: £45 Venue: St. Michael & All Angels’ Church Tickets: £10 shaped for you

Venue: Lygon LiffordArms Hall Tickets: Tickets:FREE £10 10 am & 11.30 am: 1.30 pm &


Wednesday 15th June

4:00pm

10:00am-1:00pm

Creating Textures in Watercolour with Deborah Walker R.I.

Lecture by Rebecca Hellen: ‘Sargent’s Painting Practice, CLLR’

Workshop ‘Painting with Words’ – with Sue Mayfield

“My paintings are concerned with landscape, both in broad expanse and in close-up detail and express both the dramatic and subtle ways in which light transforms a subject”. Deborah was elected to membership of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours in 2011 and was awarded the Turner Medal, the Anthony J Lester Art Critic Award and the Escoda Barcelona Award. Ticket includes a light lunch with wine.

Tate Paintings Conservator Rebecca Hellen has been researching the materials and techniques in oil of John Singer Sargent. ‘Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose’ will be of particular interest in this talk. Having trained at the Courtauld Institute of Art, Rebecca has worked for the Tate’s conservation department since 2002.

This half-day workshop with writer Sue Mayfield will focus on writing for pleasure and relaxation. Taking landscape and colour as starting points, the workshop will help you write playfully and expressively through a combination of guided exercises, quiet space and gentle feedback.

Venue: Springfield Studio Tickets: £60

Coffee and cake. No previous writing experience necessary.

Venue: Lygon Arms Tickets: £10

Venue: Little Buckland Gallery Tickets: £30

For enquiries about the Festival call 01386 898387

Tuesday 14th June

10:00-4:00pm

Tuesday 14th June

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Wednesday 15th June

Thursday 16th June

7.00pm

10:00-4:00pm

Heartbreak Productions: ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

‘Making Marks Using Text and Texture in Print’ Tutor Tricia Torrington

Talk by Quentin Letts ‘Parliamentary Middlers....’

Heartbreak Productions performance of Oscar Wilde’s tour de force, ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, a hilarious series of mistaken identities in which everyone learns the vital importance of being earnest. Bring a comfy seat and a picnic. 6pm Prosecco and Wine Bar opens. 7pm Performance Parking: Village Car Park. Entrance to Battridge Orchard is via the footpath gap gate at the far end of the car park.

On this one-day course, Tricia will start you off with a short easternstyle poem – which she can help you write or choose – and use this as a base to create a textural print (2D or as a small artist’s book). You will make and ink-up monoprint and collagraph plates and print these using a small press.

An irreverent, gossipy, bracing blast against the dullards and drongos who infest our Houses of Parliament by a man who watches them daily from the press gallery: sketchwriter and theatre critic Quentin Letts.

Venue: Battridge Orchard Tickets: £15 Adult £10 Under 16 £45 Family

Materials and a light lunch included.

Venue: Little Buckland Gallery Tickets:£60

Thursday 16th June 4:00pm

He will no doubt give us food for thought. His trenchant and sometimes acerbic views will be sure to provide an entertaining afternoon talk.

Venue: Venue:Lygon LiffordArms Hall Tickets: Tickets:FREE £10 10 am & 11.30 am: 1.30 pm &


Friday 17th June

Friday 17th June

10:00am-4:00pm

4:00pm

Talk by George Butler War Artist

Portraits with Form with Roger Dellar RI, PS, ROI

John Julius Norwich/Malcolm Rogers in Conversation

George Butler specialises in travel and current affairs. His drawings, done in situ are in pen, ink and watercolour. In August 2012 George walked from Turkey across the border into Syria, where as an unofficial guest of the rebel Free Syrian Army he spent 4 days drawing the civil wardamaged, small and empty town of Azaz. 6 months later he made a similar trip back to Syria to record the stories.

Painting the head using planes of the face where light and shadow catch. Working in a couple of hours from the model, Roger will demonstrate the process and then assist you in your paintings. Roger is a Member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Royal Institute of Watercolour Painters and the Pastel Society and is a highly experienced tutor. Some experience needed Ticket includes a light lunch with wine.

The conversation will touch on John Julius’ distinguished parents - Duff Cooper, 1st Viscount Norwich, politician and diplomat, and Lady Diana Cooper, legendary beauty and socialite - on some of the many fascinating people he has known, places he has travelled, and particularly his love of Venice. As he looks back over his long and varied life, we hope to learn some of the secrets of his perpetual energy and enthusiasm.

Venue: Lifford Hall Tickets: £10

Venue: Lifford Hall Tickets: £60

Venue: Lygon Arms Tickets: £10

7:00 pm

For enquiries about the Festival call 01386 898387

Thursday 16th June

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Saturday 18th June

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10:00am – 4:00pm

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Ticket price £10 Various Locations

Painting in Gardens Rod Ashman - Mixed Media Little Buckland Gallery

Jonathon Taylor - Watercolour The Hill, Fish Hill, WR12 7LL

Edward Noott - Oil Springfield House

Rod Ashman lives in Cheltenham and was head of art and design at Pate’s Grammar School where he taught for 40 years.

“I am primarily concerned with the depiction of light in the environment, be it cityscape, landscape or seascape. I am fascinated at how the changing light conditions can transform a scene. Atmosphere is always the starting point; I always try and create a sense of place and of mood. I have found that watercolour is ideally suited to conveying the transient moods”

Edward Noott has regular solo shows in Broadway, London and New York. He is a full member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and the Royal West of England Academy. Oneman exhibitions have been held in Broadway annually since 1993, together with exhibitions throughout the UK and regular solo and mixed exhibitions in New Jersey and Florida.

Rod will give an introduction to mixed media painting and then you will be encouraged to create work on your own in the garden or indoors if wet.


Sunday 19th June

7.00pm-8.00pm

10:00am – 4:00pm

Lecture by John Julius Norwich: ‘Paddy’s World’

Art Demonstration – Sculpture with Judy Boyt MA, FRBS

In 1944 Patrick Leigh-Fermor kidnapped General Kreipe, commanding the German forces in Crete. After the war a succession of books - mostly, but not invariably, about Greece - revealed him as perhaps the greatest travel writer that this country has ever produced. John Julius Norwich knew him well for some fifty years. Patrick Leigh-Fermor is buried in the churchyard in nearby Dumbleton.

Working from life, Judy will sculpt a small terrier using wire and wax. Judy works from the ‘inside out’- creating a sculpture that has presence and a soul, capturing the living essence in the final metal cast. ‘Rebellion’, a twice life size bronze horse commissioned by Standard Life, was initially sited in Trafalgar Square before being placed on top of the East India Offices in the City of London. Ticket includes a light lunch with wine.

Venue: Lygon Arms Tickets: £15

Venue: Lifford Hall Tickets: £45

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F. L. GRIGGS: VISIONS OF ENGLAND at The Ashmolean Museum Broadway 65 High Street, Broadway www.ashmoleanbroadway.org In keeping with Gordon Russell’s love of highest quality craftsmanship, the Gordon Russell Design Museum is hosting an exhibition of modern private press books. Originally shown at St Bride Foundation in London last autumn, this selection of work by twenty presses from over the past few decades presents a wide range of artisan skills and techniques.

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Ticket: £5 for adults (16+), £1.50 for older children (12+), free for under 12s JOINT TICKETING • Festival Ticket (provides entry to the Ashmolean Museum Broadway and the Gordon Russell Design Museum during the festival): £8 for adults (16+), including free entry for two children under 16 GORDON RUSSELL DESIGN MUSEUM 15 RUSSELL SQUARE, WR12 7AP OPEN 11AM - 5PM DAILY (except Mondays)

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F.L.Griggs 11 May—11 September This summer the Ashmolean Museum Broadway is hosting an exhibition celebrating the work of F. L. Griggs (1876 –1938). Griggs’s contemporary reputation as an etcher was unsurpassed as acknowledged by his election to the Royal Academy in 1931. Demonstrating an equal mastery of meticulous architectural detail and poetic effects of light and atmosphere, he created images of compelling visionary intensity.

Opening times: 10am - 5pm Tues – Sun Standard Admission Adults: £5.00 (16+) Family: £10.00 (2 adults + 2 Children) Children: £2 (515yrs) Under 5’s FREE

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James Kerr, Cup Collection

Brass Monkey GrouP 24 June – 3 July 11am – 5pm, daily

LITTLE BUCKLAND GALLERY Brass Monkey Group Founding members James Kerr (painter), William Mackesy (painter) and Robin Walden (ceramicist) will be joined by permanent member Adrienne Baba (ceramicist) and by painters and regular guest members Edmund Fairfax-Lucy and Marina Meredith-Owen. C

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PINK HARRISON Watercolour artist

visitors are welcome to my studio during the Festival Saturday 4th - Sunday 12th June daily 11am - 4pm

18 June - 3 July Meet hundreds of artists visit beautiful venues discover hidden gems Lots of lovely things to buy!

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SUMMER EXHIBITION

Astrid Trügg & Others RICHARD HAGEN, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7DP (01386) 853624/858561 Email: fineart@richardhagen.com www.richardhagen.com

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BENEFACTORS & FRIENDS

If you are interested in becoming a Benefactor or Friend of the biennial Broadway Arts Festival please visit broadwayartsfestival.com for full details and application form.

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BROADWAY LIBRARY Dear Friends We need your support, now that we will be signing the lease in the very near future in a matter of weeks (Bats permitting). Thank you, thus far, for your kind donations and good wishes. We aim to provide the same excellent service that you already receive from our dedicated staff and volunteers. Thank you, to you who have given so generously already, Keeping our Library open for our Village is our top priority.

Can you help in any way? Please contact us Dominique Hardiman Broadway Community Library, Leamington Road, WR12 7DZ.


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JOHN NOOTT Galleries F I N E PA I N T I N G S & W O R K S O F A R T

To celebrate the 2016 Broadway Arts Festival, John Noott Galleries are proud to present their latest exhibition:

Five Members of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours: Mike Bernard, Deborah Walker, Bob Rudd, Anne McCormack and David Parfitt

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Gallery open daily: Monday – Saturday: 9.30am – 1pm and 2pm – 5pm, Sunday: 11am – 5pm 10 The Green, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7AA | 01386 85 89 69 | bm@john-noott.com

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‘ALL THE QUEEN’S MEN’ JEREMY HOUGHTON

A Contemporary Exhibition 9th -16th June 2016 11 - 5pm 20 High Street, Broadway, WR12 7DT

Jeremy Houghton 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012

Artist in Residence for Ben Ainslie Racing (America’s Cup) Official Artist for the James Hunt F1 40th Anniversary Official Artist for the North Pole Race Against Time Artist in Residence at Goodwood for Lord March Artist in Residence at Windsor Castle for HM The Queen Artist in Residence at Highgrove for HRH The Prince of Wales Tour Artist for the Aston Martin Centenary Tour Official artist for the London 2012 Olympic Games ‘Best Sporting Artist’ S.E.A.

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Friday 10th June Talk by Jeremy Houghton

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Haynes Fine Art of Broadway est. 1971

Andy Warhol (American 1928 - 1987) The End - At the Bottom of my Garden Original ink drawing, 11¼ x 8 inches Provenance: with the Warhol Institute, New York USA This piece is one of a group of humorous interesting early images created by this artist, often dubbed the leader of the ‘Pop Art’ movement in early ’60s America, which we have recently secured.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Trustees of the Festival: Martin Wilson QC (Chairman), Michael de Navarro QC, Andrew Dakin, Sir John Kiszely, John Noott, Granville Shaw, Richard Thornhill. Secretary - Lavinia Stephenson. Management Committee: Helen Clegg (Director), Karen Bloch, Diana Franks, Arabella Kiszely, Amanda Noott, MaryAnn Reed, Andrew Riley, Debbie Williamson. Special thanks are due to the above, who have worked tirelessly since the close of the last Festival. Many others have also made significant contributions in many different ways. These include Ann Benson, Caroline Bishop, Katherine Cook, Chantal Freeman,

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Liz Gavriluk, Kay Haslam, Anna Locker, Alexandra Tilley-Loughrey, Eva Norvid, Mary Reed, Michael and Sara Ayshford Sanford, Debbie Shaw, Roger Swaab and his team, Tim Wardle, Julie Wynne, Julia Wilson, the Rev. Michelle Massey, Gill Hammond and members of St Michael’s Church; Mark Pickering and members of Broadway United Reformed Church; Stephen Beale, David Hamilton and Tara Hanks at Trinity House, Haynes Fine Art, Simone Hancox, Mary Maggs and Broadway Business Association; The Lygon Arms Hotel, The Lifford Hall Trustees. A special mention must be made of the army of Volunteers who help during the Festival led by Diana Franks. To all, we extend heartfelt thanks for their hard work, energy and imagination. The Trustees of the Broadway Arts

Festival Trust thank Broadway Parish Council, The Misses Barrie Charitable Trust, The Saintbury Trust, Miss Helen Rhoden (for sponsorship of the piano for the music events) and all the Sponsors, Benefactors and Friends for their generous support and help which enables the Festival to continue in 2016.

BENEFACTORS Major and Mrs. M. Ayshford Sanford Mr.and Mrs. M.Blanchard Drs. T. and K. Bloch Mr. and Mrs. L Brewer Miss H.C.Clegg Mrs. J.A. Clinch Mr. R. A. Dakin Mr. Michael de Navarro, Q.C Mr.and Mrs. G.Franks Mrs. K. Haslam Mr. and Mrs. S. Horrell


Friends Mrs J.M. Ball Mrs B. A. Beale Mr. H.T.V. Bland Mr. P. Burfitt Dr. J Edwardes Mrs. P.J. Endicott Mrs. K.J. Grant Mr. R. Goldsmith Mrs. K. Grant Mrs. R. Hill Mr. B. Jones Mrs. M. Marlborough Ms. J. McGowan Mr. and Mrs. J. Monk Mrs. C.N. Pitt Mrs. M. Portman Ms K. Smith Mrs. M. Smith Mrs. S. Stokes Mrs. D.Waddington Mr. and Mrs. T Waldron Mr. and Mrs. P. Whatmough Mrs. M.T. Wright

(Correct at the time of going to press) Photo Credits and Copyright: Lichfield Studios Boston Globe Camilla Panufnik

Design by Fiona Legge www.clearpod.com

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Mr.C. Hotten Q.C. and Mrs. Hotten Ms. E. James Mr. Alistair Jack Sir John and Lady Kiszely Mr. H. Kuhn Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Leng Mrs. A. Locker Mrs. A.G. Longhurst Ms Mary Maggs Mr. and Mrs. John Noott Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Oliver Mrs T. Owens Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Perkins Mr. and Mrs. B. Pettifer Dr Malcolm Rogers Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Ruddell Mr. G. Shaw Mrs. G.J Stewart Mr. and Mrs. R. Thornhill Dr. and Mrs. N. Townshend Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Vincent Mrs. T.A. Watson Mr. and Mrs. S. Williams Mr. and Mrs. M. Wilson Q.C., Dr. and Mrs. R. Woolven.

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