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25 & 26 February A festival of film, poetry, story book activities, art and heritage.
Asycoughfee Hall, Spalding
ADVANCED BOOKING ESSENTIAL ALL EVENTS FREE
25 February 2012 10.30am – 12.30pm
The Secret Garden Storybook Days
Your child will love this creative workshop inspired by Frances Hodgson Burnett classic of English children's literature. Crafts, drama and food all add up to a great 2 hours of fun. www.storybookdays.co.uk Suitable for 7 – 11 year olds Maximum 16 places
1pm – 2pm
Come spend an hour with Julia Donaldson’s most well-known creation! The Gruffalo (U) – 30 minutes The Gruffalo’s Child (U) – 20 minutes Children to be accompanied by a parent or guardian Maximum 20 places
2.30pm – 4pm
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Rhubarb Theatre Company
This classic tale is retold in a visual and musical way. This workshop includes a making session linked to the story. Suitable for under 7 year olds Maximum 10 places
2.30m – 4.00pm
A Tale of Two Laureates
Gillian Clarke, The National Poet of Wales gives a rare Lincolnshire reading. Chair of the 2011 T S Eliot Prize for Poetry, Gillian will read from her vast body of work. Sharing the stage with Gillian today is Lincolnshire’s own Poet Laureate Joel Stickley. Expect a mix of Lincolnshire inspired poems alongside work last heard at Glastonbury and Latitude Festivals 2011! Maximum 40 places
26 February 2012 11am – 1pm
The Borrowers - Storybook Days
The Borrowers is the first in a series of children's fantasy novels by English author Mary Norton. The novel and its sequels are about tiny people who live in people's homes and "borrow" things to survive while keeping their existence unknown. Crafts, drama and food all add up to a great 2 hours of fun. www.storybookdays.co.uk Suitable for 7 – 11 year olds Maximum 16 places
1.30pm – 3pm
Anthony Slinn Lecture Salvador Dali Explained
Anthony spent the summer of 1988 at Dali’s home at Port Lligat and his museum at Figueras. Through Dali’s own voice and Anthony’s searching, he explains the works of this Surrealist master. Maximum 40 places
12pm – 3pm
Film Programme 12PM
Lincolnshire Lyric Lounges Stamford and Lincoln
The Lyric Lounges saw young poets and spoken word artist perform across the county in 2011. Today’s films are some of the highlights of those performances.
Lincolnshire Poet Laureate Joel Stickley Revealed An insight into what inspires Lincolnshire Poet Laureate
What Does Otto See?
What Does Otto See? is a new award-winning animated short film directed by Neil Baker of Lincoln based production company Electric Egg. Based on the bizarre illustrations of Benjamin Dalby, the film is a surreal trip inside the mind of a busking hobo pianist (Otto) to discover the mysteries of the universe and learn an unknown truth. The film won Best UK animated Short award at the Cornwall Film Festival 2011. www.electricegg.co.uk Maximum 20 places
The Lost Abbeys of Lincolnshire David Start
By the close of the twelfth century there were over 100 monasteries, nunneries and friaries established in Lincolnshire. Their effect upon the landscape and the economy must have been immense, and yet between 1536 and 1539 all were closed and most demolished. David Start takes a look at some of the better known abbey ruins in our county to see what secrets they might still hold.
Knitter in Residence Carol Parker Come join Carol Parker, our “Knitter in Residence” for two fun days of crocheting and knitting.
Ayscoughfee Hall Museum & Gardens
Built in the 1450s, many of Ayscoughfee Hall’s owners have left their mark on the building. The result is that a visit to Ayscoughfee is a chance to experience different architectural styles and features from the Medieval to the Victorian. A visit is an opportunity to come face to face with some of the people that lived there. Come and discover what their lives were like. The Museum also tells the story of the historic town of Spalding and the surrounding Fenlands. The Hall is set in five acres of beautiful gardens, which feature a listed War Memorial by the celebrated architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, a childrens play area and a café, adding up to a fabulous day out.
Ayscoughfee Hall Museum Churchgate, Spalding Lincolnshire, PE11 2RA 01775 764555 email@example.com www.ayscoughfee.org The Hall is open 10.30am – 4pm, Wednesday to Sunday (open Bank Holidays 10.30am – 4pm). The Gardens are open dawn to dusk, year round. It is free to enter this Grade I listed hall and gardens
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Published on Feb 3, 2012
The final celebration of the year -long series whereby mainstream audieneces were encouraged to engage or re-engage with museums and librari...