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Events for Saturday 21st of October 2017

East Riding Artists

East Riding Artists warmly invite you to this exhibition. Our theme of ‘Mixed Messages’ has been carefully chosen to allow us to show off our talents in widely various and imaginative ways. The works show a wide range of media and subject, which we hope will delight and inspire you.


Peter Heaton

Peter is an award winning artist who’s most recent work ‘Reading the Landscape’ combines black and white photography with overlaid layers of text. Time spent walking in the distinctive landscape of the Yorkshire Wolds has been distilled into a series of images that evoke the physical experience of being there and the thoughts and memories brought to the fore by these experiences. Connecting the idea of our inner landscape with the reality of outer ones.


East Riding Artists

East Riding Artists warmly invite you to this exhibition. Our theme of ‘Mixed Messages’ has been carefully chosen to allow us to show off our talents in widely various and imaginative ways. The works show a wide range of media and subject, which we hope will delight and inspire you.


8.00pm

The East Pointers

The East Pointers are three young men from Prince Edward Island, Canada whose talent and penchant for traditional Celtic tunes of decades past, greatly belie their respective ages.

Formed in 2014, each member of The East Pointers – banjoist/vocalist/step-dancer Koady Chaisson, fiddle player/vocalist Tim Chaisson, and guitarist/vocalist Jake Charron – is an accomplished musician in his own right, and their union produces a blend of Celtic tunes, songs and step-dances molded into something uniquely Canadian through a history which goes back generations.

"Furiously energetic yet organic, celebratory yet cool, this is an impressive calling-card for a band who are soon likely to be making waves around the world." Songlines

Tickets £13.00