“Anyone can be taught how to draw and paint but being creative is a totally different way of seeing and perceiving the world we live in.”
News update from Weston Turville's very own theatre company
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre has announced their summer season with hit musicals, family theatre spectaculars, laugh-a-minute comedy and a host of Second Space shows and screenings.
The second DS Kite novel: A missing child, two bodies, no clues
Brought to Life: Eliot Hodgkin Rediscovered (25 May – 20 October 2019) is the first major exhibition of the artist’s work in nearly thirty years, and aims to return this remarkable British painter to the spotlight where he belongs.
The 2019 Relaxed Opening sessions for people with autism at The National Museum of Computing are already proving highly popular and visitors are advised to register promptly for the increasingly popular sessions.
The walled garden at Eythrope is opening its gates to the public, through a series of public tours that start in May. These exclusive events will offer a glimpse into a garden that has, until now, been kept intensely private.
What do a harpsichord, a saxophone and a flute have in common?
‘Drip Drip Drip’, a new, taboo-busting play set in the NHS, from a 5 star theatre company, comes to Oxford.
Oxford based comic artist Neill Cameron has created a giant comic strip to feature on the building hoardings of The Story Museum whilst it under goes its magical transformation.