29th September – 7th October
Preview evening Friday 28th September 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Drinks afternoon Sunday 30th September 12.00 – 2.00pm
Members of ArtsistsWorkhouse presents their first group show with a richly diverse exhibition hosted by Little Buckland Gallery.
ArtistsWorkhouse is proudly showcasing the depth and breadth of talent that it’s current members encompass through this diverse and thought provoking exhibition. For our first group show we have collaborated with the renown Little buckland Gallery in the Cotswolds.
Little Buckland is housed in a beautiful listed barn, nestled within the picturesque surroundings of the Cotswolds on the border of Gloucestershire and Worcestershire. The Gallery select and showcase emerging national and international talent for a discerning clientele looking to buy contemporary art from established and emerging artists.
You are warmly invited to join us on either of the celebration dates Preview Friday 28th September 6.00pm – 8.00pm or Drinks afternoon Sunday 30th September 12.00 – 2.00pm. Many of the artists will be present for you to meet and discuss the works with. The Gallery is otherwise open 10.30am – 5.00pm daily.
ArtsitWorkhouse – open art Competition ‘Balance’ 23rd June – 1st July as part of the Studley Arts Trail 2018, entries close 10th June 2018 – For more information and how to enter please visit: Balance
Face to Face ArtistsWorkhouse is looking to form a new network linking together contemporary artists in our rural area who would benefit from a place to meet up for discussions, collaborations and projects, initially based around the notion of meeting (in real life !) For more information and details of our launch event on Sat 19th May please visit: Face to Face
An Exhibition and 2 live performances at ArtistsWorkhouse.
Performances Friday 8th June and Saturday 16th June.
Tickets £7 in advance, places are limited.
Exhibition – free entry
Saturday 9th June – Sunday 17th June 11.00am – 4.00pm
(closed Mon & Tues)
Tickets can be booked online via Eventbrite – Romeo & Juliet: take two
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, produced by the RSC in nearby Stratford this season, is a seesaw experience, swinging violently between opposites: young and old, light and dark, dreams and reality, life and death, poison and preservation, love and murder.
‘Love is a smoke made with a fume of sighs
Being purged, a fire sparkling in lovers’ eyes
Being vexed, a sea nourished with lovers’ tears
What is it else? A madness most discreet,
A choking gall and a preserving sweet.’
For this project, our writers are each teamed with a visual artist. The pairs will work together on ideas springing directly and indirectly from the play. We expect a hugely entertaining and varied performance and exhibition, full of destruction and creation, humour and sadness, play and seriousness.
Writers paired with artists
Sharon Ashton with Annette Pugh
Elsa Braekkan Payne with Lucy Gresley
Deb Catesby with James Fisher
Sheila Farrell with Maria Boyle
Catherine Greene Jones with Sarah Woelker
Nicola Jones with Amy McLelland
Helen Kelly with Dawn Harris
Freddie Lockett with Hallam Wood
Philip Monks with Cristina Celestini
Lance Woodman with Sheila Farrell
For more information please visit: Romeo and Juliet: take two