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Events for Thursday 19th of April 2018

Burnby Hall Gardens

An exhibition celebrating the Golden Jubilee Restoration Project at Burnby Hall Gardens and Museum so far. In summer 2016 the Gardens was awarded £634,800 of funding to restore the beautiful Edwardian Gardens, find out more about this exciting project funded by National Lottery Players. The Heritage Lottery Project is running until Summer 2019.


Cheese & Wine Painting Club

Enjoy an evening of sophisticated relaxation with Cheese and Wine Painting Club. From overalls to canvases, paint to paintbrushes, we've got you covered. Simply turn up after a long day at work, grab a glass of wine and a paintbrush and discover the artist within you - create your own MATISSE masterpiece.

With no previous experience required, you’ll be guided through, step by step until a series of lines and blobs turns into a masterpiece, ready to be taken home to adorn the dining room walls. With a short break in the middle of this 3 hour soiree for wine refills, scrumptious cheese and a chance to make some new artsy pals, its an experience that won’t be forgotten.



Henning Wehn: Das Neuen Materialen Nachten - Sold Out

Join the German Comedy Ambassador for Teutonic jolliness at its best. Expect some old favourites and plenty of new ideas. Some might call it work-in-progress but Henning prefers to describe it as masterpiece-under-construction.

Henning's recent TV and radio appearances include hosting Live At The Apollo (BBC 2), Have I Got News For You (BBC 1), Bake Off Extra Slice (Channel 4), The Unbelievable Truth (BBC Radio 4) and Fighting Talk (BBC 5 Live). A DVD of his last tour show, Westpahlia Is Not An Option, recorded Live in rural Devon at The Babbacombe Theatre Torquay, is available from 24th November 2017.

"Wehn wraps his vowels around the issues of immigration and identity. And he triumphs at it" The Times

Tickets £15.00