Atkinson-Pryce Books hosts an evening with author Philip Miller.The Goldenacre - a masterpiece by the painter and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh - has been given to the people of Scotland. The beautiful canvas, the last work by the artistic genius, enthrals the art world, but behind it lies a dark and violent mystery...
To book tickets please contact Atkinson-Pryce Books: 01899 221225 / www.atkinson-pryce.co.uk / Atkinson-Pryce Book..
Emily Dickinson wrote almost 2,000 poems, most of which remained unpublished before her death in 1886. Since then, she has achieved cult status in American literary history. Lanarkshire based songwriter John Hinshelwood recently released a critically acclaimed CD of songs he composed using Dickinson’s poems. The songs, linked by narrative and readings on the poet’s life and times, form the focal point of the show. The performers are TIM BLACK (guitars, mandolin, vocals), JOHN HINSHELWOOD (vocals, guitar), ED McGLONE (electric bass, Chapman Stick, vocals), FIONA WELLSTOOD (narrator).
Spielberg’s adaptation of the 1957 musical, West Side Story explores forbidden love and the rivalry between the Jets and the Sharks, two teenage street gangs of different ethnic backgrounds. With Ariana Debose’s Oscar winning performance as Anita. Tearoom opens for popcorn, drinks, and cakes from 6.30pm.By Steven Spielberg 2021Suitable for ages 12+To book please contact Purves Puppets: email@example.com / www.purvespuppets.com / 01899 220631Doors open 6:30pm ..