The final event for Fathom Writers in is a workshop on Saturday November 20 led by Rupert Creed on dramatising real life accounts. Jewellery Designs in Felt. Prepare to be a legend! The programme, which begins on Thursday, January 20, has been put together by the Barton Film Group and according to its chairman Pete Mitchell it epitomises all that is best in the modern film world as well as a nod to past film greats. Two charities — one worldwide and one local — are to benefit from bookworms who patronise the Ropery Coffee Shop in Barton upon Humber. And the informal session will allow writers to discuss the process of getting a script on its feet, and practical advice on taking projects forward. To book onto either of these sessions, give us a call on ! Our day workshops are a great way to learn new skills and techniques from expert tutors, and we have spaces available on the following sessions:

A member of the public can come in to any refilling station and get a re-useable bottle filled with tap water at no charge. The relocation of the print studio will also have a knock-on effect for some other facilities in the building. The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber February 1 at 6: The workshop begins at Email or Phone Password Forgot account? By devonb Published January 25, With more than 25 years as a professional playwright and theatre director, his track record includes co-writing the legendary docudrama about the dying fishing industry, The Northern Trawl , and Steeltown , the real life drama of the men and women who built the industry. You are also welcome to bring with you your own materials and fibres.

He found as much inspiration looking at drawings and paintings for his photography as he did other photographers work. For more information or to request a copy please email info the-ropewalk.

Since then The Ropewalk has supported the charity by channelling money raised from its Book Swap shelves ro;ewalk the Coffee Shop and knitters who sold cushion covers and hot water bottle covers in the Craft Gallery.

An original writer and clever improviser skilled in audience interaction, Patrick’s versatility, likeability and engaging stage presence has popular appeal, be it, stand-up, comedy character, host, presenter! The second week of the programme starts outdoors at South Killingholme Primary School Monday April 12 between 10am and12 noon with Kirsty making Easter Egg Cups and Cosies using felt and recycled bartton to make personalised egg cups and cosies.

This will be the third Humber to the Wash exhibition held at The Ropewalk. Edith and Walter Cook are well known throughout the northern Lincolnshire area. For the last couple of weeks patrons of the coffee shop have been able to donate, swap or simply buy books at a dedicated bookshelf.

Flying monks, paper wings, balloons, feathers and aero-bicycles will endeavour to reach the sky thanks to Hoodwink Theatre who will be performing their very own celebration of the human aspiration to fly as part of the summer season of Performance in the Park. Supporting Patrick on Saturday night will be Alan Seaman. Bookings can be made in the Craft Gallery. This year The Buzz organiser, Janine Knight, has pulled together a programme offering a range of activities for young people aged between eight and 19 years.


Both these workshops run from 10am until 12 noon.

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Exhibitions Officer Richard Hatfield made the discovery of the extra visitors at the Maltkiln Road gallery when he went out into the gallery to take some photographs. Monstrous creatures and hallucinatory scenes barto, bristling with grotesque humour, and rich in allusions to art history: For more details contact Janine on Michelle recalls a frightfully fascinating childhood memory of a former sideshow attraction in Whitby.

The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber February 5 at 8: The production, which takes place on Sunday, September 5 by kind permission of English Heritage, is the third Thornton Abbey performance in a row by Illyria which has been a sell-out weeks before the theatre company takes to the stage. Otherwise photographs supplied by the artist must be of a similar professional standard at a minimum dpi. ST-ART summer activities draw to a close.

Email or Phone Password Forgot account? He will be running two masterclasses on Friday between 10am and For further information contact Richard Hatfield A abrton of the public can come in to any iflms station and get a re-useable bottle filled with tap water at no charge. For the first time the author of baton such as Cranford, North and South and Wives and Daughters, all of which were adapted for television, is the subject of a one-woman show.

So, on the afternoon of his performance he spent an entertaining hour with Years Five and Six pupils of Bowmandale Primary School showing them how poetry and the English language could be a lot of fun. For all these shows and more, check out our Ropery Hall website which is chock-a-block with new performances from regional, national and international acts! This project was made possible with a grant from The Ernest Cook Trust. Exhibitions Officer, Richard Hatfield, said he was delighted that work by the two brothers was going to be shown at the Maltkiln Road gallery.

Exhibitions Officer Richard Hatfield explained: Jill Stewart was brought up in rural Northumberland, surrounded by nature and colour, always noticing the tiny details that surround us. The following Wednesday, April 14, Tell Tale Hearts will be presenting Space Hoppers at Ropery Hall in two interactive productions, starting at 11am and 2pm, combining performance, live music and poetry to create a magical experience for children aged between three and seven years and their families.

Since graduating from the University of Wolverhampton inEllie has continued her career development with repeated support from Arts Council England and during the past five years has enjoyed increased exposure with exhibitions, apart from Amsterdam, two in Edinburgh, six in the United States and also in Roprwalk and Brazil. filks

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In her workshop Tracey has adapted traditional jewellery-making methods to develop transferable skills and techniques to make boxes in PMC. Pleats, cuts, folds and slashes create distortions of image and protective layers of felt shelter the viewer from sharp fabric edges.


Tickets can be purchased in advance from the Craft Gallery at The Ropewalk or on The tree, the making of which was donated by Michael, was planned to allow the school pupils to design and attach their own leaves to the branches which could be changed as the seasons or the year groups change.

Recent Post by Page. For more details or to book a place on the workshop please contact This site uses cookies More info OK. Local craftsman Dave Ayres of Deepdale Studios will be further enhancing the entrances to the galleries by making and installing three new ash framed doors to match the external doors he made for The Ropewalk four years ago.

The story examines a snapshot of events that form 45 tilms of an unremarkable day from the perspective of a nine year old boy with autism. There is no visual clue of a horizon or vanishing point.

The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber February 16 at 5: It seems that there are new books appearing on the shelves on a daily basis. The folded sheets are sewn on to thick raised bands that creep like fat caterpillars across the back of the book and then lace into the fipms covered boards you have made. Artists wanting to take part in the open studio event which celebrates the artistic talents of North and North East Lincolnshire have until May 7 to book their place.

The Tenfoot Series is an expression and first hand exploration of a familiar narton me landscape through the concentrated and detailed process of painting in oil paint on an intimate scale. Ropewalk director Liz Bennet said that since the Telegraph publicised the Book Swap in the Ropery Coffee Shop in mid-October books had been flying in — and out — as bookworms took advantage of the book swap shelf.

Ropewalk Events Director Liz Bennet said she believed the autumn programme at Ropery Hall stood out from other venues in the region because original filmms had been booked. Ticket Sales Flying at Ropery Hall.

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Tickets available NOW on our website here: We hope you are tuned into Look North tonight to see a sneak preview of the exhibition opening in our Artspace gallery tomorrow. The fabulous Hattie Briggs has just been announced as the support act for the tenor legend that is Alfie Boe!

Full details of the Autumn Programme and how to buy tickets are now bargon on www.