Tuesday 19 February, 2019

Blue

Masham Gallery, 24 Market Place, Masham HG4 4EB
9:00 - 15:00

A group of artists and craftspeople (Elizabeth Sharrock, Flora McLachlan, Ian Scott-Massie, Hester Cox, Jane Burnley, Margaret Morris, Janine Roper, Charlottle Morrison, Katy O’Neil) fill the exhibition room with the many shades and feeling of ‘blue’. www.mashamgallery.co.uk josie@mashamgallery.co.uk

Tuesday 19 February, 2019

Brian Edwards

Blue Light Gallery, 7 Little Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4DY
10:00 - 15:00

Brian Edwards specialises in painting architecture especially ruins where the picturesque
is most evident. As an architect by training he is drawn to structure, detail and light.
Yorkshire is well blessed with wonderful ruins, both abbeys and castles. The paintings
are intended to evoke reflection and admiration of the masons and builders who created
so much with limited technology.
Brian’s exhibition runs from Saturday 16th February until Friday 15th March 2019. Closed on Sundays.

Tuesday 19 February, 2019

Sally Parkin/Lyn Bailey

Blue Light Gallery, 7 Little Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4DY
10:00 - 15:00

Sally and Lyn are exhibiting their amazing talent of printed ceramic coasters and cushion covers. Their exhibition runs from Saturday 19th January – Friday 15th March 2019.

For more information about future exhibitions or if you would like to exhibit, please contact The Blue Light Gallery at the Community Office, 7 Little Market Place, Masham, HG4 4DY or call 01765 680 200 or e-mail: info@visitmasham.com

Tuesday 19 February, 2019

Mini Boffins

Grewelthorpe Village Hall, Lake Terrace, Grewelthorpe, HG4 3BU
13:15 - 14:00

For 18 months to 4 year olds. Hands-on science fun for you and your littlest one.
Every Tuesday from just £5. Not available during school holidays.
Book now for your free first session.
www.lovescience.co.uk/booking

Tuesday 19 February, 2019

A Northern Soul – Movies in Masham

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
19:30 - 22:30

Award-winning film director Sean McAllister returns to his hometown of Hull as curator of its UK City of Culture opening. Back living with his 90-year-old parents he reflects on changes to a city hit by cuts in public spending and divided by Brexit. Sean is drawn to the fringes of town where he encounters Steve – a struggling warehouse worker with a dream of using music to inspire underprivileged local children.

Can Steve – against the odds – unlock the opportunities to build a better life? Is social mobility possible in cities like Hull? What role does culture have to play in this?

How long do you hold onto your dreams for?

This screening is introduced by its co-producer, Masham native Abigail Scott Paul.

All tickets £5.00 from Mashamshire Community Office 01765 680200 or email info@visitmasham.com