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Mill Race Folk presents Thom Ashworth + Jack Sharp

Saturday 22 Setptember Church End, Elstow, Bedford MK42 9XT Tickets: £11.07. Buy tickets here. Mill Race Folk presents a double bill of amazing acoustic folk music at the beautiful Moot Hall in Elstow, Bedfordshire. Headlining is Thom Ashworth, an English folksinger and bassist who has been described as a “vibrant new voice-to-watch on the folk…

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Final Bedford Flea of the season

Sunday 16th September St Paul’s Square, Bedford / 11am – 4pm The last Bedford Flea of the season takes place on St Paul’s Square this Sunday 16 September – with added Affordable Art Market, circus busking and glorious sunshine! Traders old and new will have a selection of quirky collectables, fabulous furniture, pre-loved books, rural…

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Barbar Luck & Indoor Pets @ Esquires

On Saturday 22 September, Esquires hosts two top notch shows; firstly the former King Prawn front-man, Barbar Luck in Holy Molys, while Indoor Pets (formerly Get Inuit) hit up the Main Stage. More details plus ticket info here: BABAR LUCK (ex King Prawn) + Guests Saturday 22nd September, doors at 8pm Holy Molys, Bedford Esquires…

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‘Lost’ Bedford painting sought to coincide with World Suicide Prevention Day

Lost ‘Lime Street’ painting by Bryan Charnley is sought by artist’s brother In July 1991, the artist, Bryan Charnley, took his own life while living in Bedford. Posthumously revered, his series of extraordinary self-portraits – undertaken while experimenting with the doses of his schizophrenia mediation – was featured in the Telegraph magazine and exhibited at…

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Bedford Creative Arts present a symposium: The Question of Collaboration

An exploration of new developments and approaches in socially engaged art practice and the ways in which artists and communities can collaborate. Keynote speakers will be artists Andrea Zimmerman and Neville Gabie with artist practice presentations and discussions throughout the day.  This symposium is for artists, curators, producers, commissioning organisations and those creating dialogue within communities through the…

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ANTHROPOCENE: OF OUR OWN MAKING at the Panacea Museum

6th September – 7th October Thursday – Sunday 11am – 5pm Precious Earth Art Collective (PEAC) will be exhibiting a new body of work at the Panacea Museum during September.  The title of the exhibition, Anthropocene refers to a new geological epoch, a time when humanity constitutes the largest force for change on earth and…

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Cast your vote on mini-masterpieces!

Professional artist, Mo Lea has been working with dozens of youngsters this summer at the Art Centre & Gallery’s Story Drawy sessions. Taking their inspiration from books including Tyrannosaurus Drip, The Snail & the Whale and Harry Potter, the children were encouraged to use Derwent pastels to create their own masterpieces. An exhibition of some…

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