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Father Brown: Curse of the Invisible Man – Basingstoke Haymarket Theatre.

Father Brown: Curse of the Invisible Man – Basingstoke Haymarket Theatre.

Over the years the character of Father Brown has taken on a number of guises, the most recent one is Rumpus Theatre Company’s national production of Father Brown – Curse of the Invisible Man. Showing around the UK the show recently played at the Basingstoke Haymarket theatre to a receptive and enthralled audience. The character of Father Brown originated with author G. K Chesterton and the religious sleuth has since been portrayed in the 1934 ... Read More »

Artsmelange Enhances the World of Canvas and Colors

Artsmelange Enhances the World of Canvas and Colors

Artsmelange has revolutionized the way world learns about the greatest artists and their artwork. We believe that creativity must be embraced. Artsmelange is geared towards providing information concerning the art world – its events, news, glory and misery. Paintings and sculptures have always played a predominant role in expressing all the forms of human emotions with no leaps & bounds through ancient times. Like meditation and mindfulness, creativity has always remained a mainstream commodity and ... Read More »

Tell Me On A Sunday at The Anvil, Basingstoke

Tell Me On A Sunday at The Anvil, Basingstoke

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black’s one act musical has taken on a number of guises over the years, and this years tour sees Jodie Prenger, fresh from her stint as Calamity Jane at the Watermill Theatre take on the lead (and solitary) role for a UK tour which included last nights performance at the Anvil Theatre in Basingstoke. And what a performance it was. Tell Me on a Sunday focuses on Emma, a young ... Read More »

Tim Rudman: Iceland – An Uneasy Calm at Lightbox, Woking.

Tim Rudman: Iceland – An Uneasy Calm at Lightbox, Woking.

Tim Rudmans atmospheric photography exhibition is coming to The Lightbox in Woking, Surrey from 23rd April to 3rd July 2016.   Tim Rudman is one of Britain’s finest landscape photographers. His work originates in film and is transformed into silver gelatin prints, hand-crafted personally using traditional ‘wet’ printing techniques in the darkroom. On the occasion of his new book, ‘Iceland: an uneasy calm’, a new exhibition at The Lightbox gallery and museum in Woking, Surrey, ... Read More »

Is Creativity an Entitlement?

I am an observer.  Even as a child I would rather watch than participate.  And my kids will tell you I can be obsessive in my observing.  If asked, they’ll drag out their favorite photographic proof: in sequence – view driving toward the tunnel, view in the tunnel, and view exiting the tunnel.  (I think there was another one called Mom falling down the side of the road in search of the perfect view, that ... Read More »

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