William Elder Building ,
56-58 Castlegate, Berwick-upon-Tweed, United Kingdom
This talk by Dr. Richard Moore is the perfect aperitif for the performance on Saturday 26th January of Mendelssohn's Elijah by Berwick Arts Choir.
As well as this lecture, BEA has another event connected to BAC's concert: a talk on The Music of Feli... Read More
Body YogaLevel 1 ,
15 Blackburne Square, Berwick, Victoria 3806, Australia
You may be focusing on what you want to achieve in 2019 and it's important to know the 'what'. However, the most deepest layer of making change is to build identity-based habits. With this approach, we start by focusing on who we want to become.
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Berwick Library ,
Walkergate, Berwick-upon-Tweed, United Kingdom
Come along to celebrate tales from author Julia Donaldson with a make and take workshop. Inspired by The Paper Dolls, artist Linn O'Carroll will be on hand to help you express your creative talents.
Suitable for children aged 5+ years and those who... Read More
This series of 5 lectures by Prof Maria Chester, which takes place weekly on Tuesdays from 10 am to 12 noon, provides an introduction to cultural life in Britain between the Wars, with particular reference to developments in art and the lives of the artis... Read More
Join us for a six week Creative Writing course at Berwick with Gilly Beckett, Writer and Creative Writing Tutor.
Your interest may be to write fiction; there may be something that you have thought about for a long time and would really like to write... Read More
The Danish author, Hans Christian Andersen, 1805-1875 is thought of in this country as a cosy avuncular type who told charming fairy tales. However, some of his fairy tales can be quite dark and scary to children.His reputation as a serious writer has cer... Read More
This is a course of four study mornings led by Dr. Elaine Oswald. It will take place on 4 consecutive Tuesdays, starting 2nd April.
In this course we will explore some of the most distinctive features of the Irish literary tradition, including a lyr... Read More
Image reproduced with the kind permission of Chichester Cathedral.
In this talk, Dr. Richard Moore looks at the hugely appealing poetry of Philip Larkin and Charles Causley, in relation to their life, location and times
The two poets featured... Read More