Range of quality crafts and gifts including hand crafted table lamps, bowls, clocks, greetings cards, knitted garments, cushions, fashion jewellery in latest designs, Dales paintings and much more.
Sue is entirely self-taught, but influenced by impressionist painters such as Degas and Monet. She paints mainly in pastels but can also be found creating art through mosaics, felt and pencil. As well as taking commissions for animals, wildlife and landscapes, Sue teaches local art groups and runs her own courses in pastel painting.
York-born jeweller Rae creates unique silver jewellery and also works with the famous black jet. The simplicity and beauty of the natural landscape are very much echoed in her design processes.
Rae’s exhibition runs from Saturday 29th September-Friday 26th October.
For more information contact Rae on email@example.com or visit her website, www.raefinjewellery.co.uk
If you are interested in exhibiting at the Blue Light Gallery, please get in touch on 01765 680 200, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annie’s delightful felt bears are all individually made by hand. A unique present for all ages over 36 months!
Annie’s second exhibition at the Blue Light Gallery runs from Saturday 29th September-Friday 26th October.
Jo is a textile artist who combines wool, silk and print elements to create individual felted pieces of art with a contemporary feel. ‘Meadow Life’ is her current body of work that reflects her perception of the land around her. She seeks inspiration from her Yorkshire home, using sketches and paintings to capture the atmosphere before evolving into wool to create felted bowls and pictures.
Jo’s exhibition runs from Saturday 29th September until Friday 26th October 2018.
North vs South
Head to (non)head
Featuring beers from Theakston Brewery and the North vs Fullers Brewery and the South
Plus live music & barbecue
at Theakston Black Bull in Paradise Visitor Centre
Raising money for the Men of Oar charity challenge.
“Men of Oar” a four man team from the UK, including our very own Will Theakston, will undertake the World’s toughest row in December 2018.
The team will raise money for two very worthy charities, Bowel Cancer UK and Combat Stress
Follow their journey @menofoar
For more details about the challenge visit www.menofoar.com
Tickets: Adults £10 – to include a free drink. Under 16’s free.
Available from members of the Four and Twenty or Mashamshire Community Office (Tel: 01765 680200).
Doors open at 7pm. Concert starts at 7.30pm.
In aid of the Four and Twenty, an ancient charity which makes grants to young people from Masham to assist them in the costs of serving an apprenticeship or in their further or higher education. It currently awards two grants each year of £400. Anyone interested in finding out more about the Four and Twenty, or applying for a grant, should contact the clerk, Chris Thwaites, at Dunsforth, 10 Rodney Terrace, Masham, HG4 4JA.
Any queries, please contact email@example.com.
“A story of love, life and dancing, set in Berlin at the outset of World War 1” by Stuart Fortey
Directed (and acted) by North Country Theatre favourite Dominic Goodwin and presented by Pyramus and Thisbe Productions
It’s Berlin, 1914, and the music has to stop. Kaiser Wilhelm has summoned a dance instructress from England to put his officers through their paces, but now war is only days away… From ballroom to battlefield and beyond, this two-hander charts the friendship of a man and a woman caught in their nations’ crossfire.
Winner of the 2002 Buxton Festival Fringe Best Drama Award
“An unusual story . . . a wonderfully written play skilfully combining humour and stark moments of wrenching sadness” Buxton Fringe Review
Tickets £10 from Mashamshire Community Office 01765 680200 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets: Adults £10.00 – to include a free drink, Under 16s free – available from members of The Four and Twenty or from Mashamshire Community Office 01765 680200
In aid of the Four and Twenty of Masham – Helping young people in education.