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First Friday late opening with art and delicious Friday Evening Specials. With artworks by local printmaker Pamela Doran.Find out more »
Join us for the launch of an exciting exhibition of work by master printmaker Iain Sloan and figurative artist Ceri Allen, with supplementary images from resident photographers George Coupe and Kim Lewis, documenting the last Demi-paradise production of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure at Shire Hall, Lancaster Castle.
Exhibition continue to 23 October 2016.
Bringing It All Back Home is a unique exhibition exploring the range and impact of the work of innovative arts organisation Green Close who are based in Melling, North Lancashire.Find out more »
Pop on those ponchos and join us as we prepare to play in the digital rain for this year’s Light Up Lancaster. Combining movement, projection and sound, Light Rain will be a playfully mischievous piece performed by an intergenerational cast of local performers.Find out more »
Meet Pat, a 73-year-old Irish builder. Meet his daughter, Joanna, a 29-year-old performer. They've swapped jobs and made a show about it. Comedy virgin Pat will learn how to be a comedian, while Joanna will build the stage for his first show. Pat thinks his daughter's never done an honest day's work in her life. Joanna thinks you can't teach an old dog new tricks.Find out more »
Boom Bike Bourrée are an original 21st century streetband
A joyous mix of medieval dance, traditional folk and hip-hop!
Featuring hurdy-gurdy, accordion, trombone and a beat-boxer. Fat beats, heavy bass, catchy tunes and performance energy.Find out more »
A haunting and powerfully poignant exhibition by Nick Dagger Photography sets the scene of what was left behind of Lancaster's abandoned 19th Century psychiatric hospital.Find out more »
In the cellars of Lancaster City Museum, a historic part of the city not usually open to the public. Bring your camera and learn techniques used to capture the images in Nick's new exhibition, 'Left Behind: Capturing the Moor Hospital'.Find out more »
Look out for the Winter Sprites - released into the human world in the months leading to Christmas these spirited & mischievous creatures float, fly & flit from person to place; investigating & exploring as they go & spreading festive cheer, quips & yarns of winter lands, & stories galore!Find out more »
Bringing Lancaster in the 1700’s to life through unique audio dramas from award winning writers, James Harker and May Sumbwanyambe.
Embedded around Castle Park & St George’s Quay to be accessed from any smart phone, immerse yourself in a walking tour with a difference.
An exhibition of artworks by local artists, celebrating this year's Lancaster Music Festival. Come along to meet the artists and maybe try your hand at sketching from photos and video footage of the event.Find out more »
Ever wondered what the night sky looked like on the day you were born, or the day you met your significant other? In this one-to-one experience, meet artist Shane Johnstone, who will track your special date with an astronomical search.Find out more »
This special one off screening will take place in the beautiful surroundings of Lancaster's Priory Church.
One of the most emotional film experiences of any era, Carl Theodor Dreyer’s 1928 The Passion of Joan of Arc is a miracle of the cinema, an enigmatic and profoundly moving work that merges the worlds of the viewer and of saintly Joan herself into one shared experience of hushed delirium.Find out more »