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Brewery Arts Centre

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122A Highgate, Kendal, England, LA9 4HE
  • Box office 01539 725 133
  • Opening times Daily: noon–11pm.
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  • Website www.breweryarts.co.uk
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Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody
  • 2018
  • UK/USA
  • 1h 31min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Bryan Singer
  • Cast: Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, Joseph Mazzello, Aidan Gillen, Tom Hollander, Allen Leech, Mike Myers

The Freddie Mercury story. Malek as Mercury does a great job, with a passionate and impressive performance, but despite the recreation of momentous performances it’s a disappointingly tame affair, with a by-the-numbers screenplay and a bland lack of insight into Mercury’s heritage or sexuality.

Wed 21 Nov

£6.50–£8

Thu 22 Nov

£6.50–£8

Bya Autumn Creative Academy – Stitched Identities

Join artist Annie Coxey, using photos transferred onto fabric, learn techniques to transform your image, layering over stitched thread and fabrics to express your personal identity.

Sun 25 Nov

£32

Etching For All

A day course for those new to etching and those with some previous experience, this is a chance to create prints through the exciting processes of etching. Using copper sulphate and aluminium plates, your Tutor will guide you through the processes of plate preparation, etching, inking and printing.

You will produce prints from metal (aluminium) plates using copper sulphate, ‘safe etching’. Follow the processes to – • Prepare a metal plate using resists to create tone • Ink the plate ready for printing • Print through printing press

Tutor led demonstrations, discussion, example work and handouts will guide you through the process. Individuals will be supported throughout. Participants are encouraged to experiment with the emphasis very much on individual practical experience. There will be opportunities to discuss results individually.

By the end of the course/workshop you will: -produce at least one plate from your chosen reference image and take a print from this. Once created, this plate can be kept to use for several impressions.

Be aware that some chemicals in inks and cleaning materials may affect those with certain medical conditions eg sensitive skin

Bring ideas! If you have images, photographs or sketches that you would like to work from please bring these eg Landscapes, birds, patterns. If you are new to etching look out for images with only a few ( 2 or 3) tones (lights and darks)

Please bring a pen, notebook and your glasses, if you need them.

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Karen enjoys working with a range of painting and drawing media, including printmaking, sometimes combining these to create mixed media images. Each type of medium brings its own exciting possibilities and unique qualities, something she continually explores.

Her interest in Printmaking developed at Kendal College whilst completing a Foundation Degree in Drawing with the University of Cumbria. She finds the quality of marks made in the process of printmaking particularly fascinating and has produced prints using a variety of techniques.

Her work has been exhibited in galleries in Cumbria and Lancashire over the last 25 years and she has been involved with projects including Printfest and C-Art and runs occasional print workshops for the National Trust at Allan Bank, Grasmere as well as for private groups.

Karen is an experienced qualified teacher and has been teaching in the adult education sector since 2011.

Sat 24 Nov

£63

Sat 19 Jan

£63

Sat 2 Mar

£63

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
  • 2018
  • UK/US
  • 2h 14min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: David Yates
  • Written by: J.K. Rowling
  • Cast: Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Johnny Depp

Newt (Redmayne) is back in London in 1927, while defeated Dark Wizard Grindelwald (Depp) has escaped and is heading to Paris. Law steps up as young Albus Dumbeldore and the film really flies in the final act, deepening characters and relationships and expanding the universe. A beast of a movie.

Wed 21 Nov
Thu 22 Nov
Fri 23 Nov
Sat 24 Nov
Sun 25 Nov
Mon 26 Nov
Tue 27 Nov
Wed 28 Nov
Thu 29 Nov

Festive Willow Weaving

Give your festivities a rustic touch this season: Wreaths, stars and hearts, angel wings … or gorgeous birdfeeder and stylish cheese platter – who can resist?

Enjoy a productive day of learning about some of the traditional principles of willow weaving. Just in time for christmas, we will use these to make festive decorations for the season! Whether used to embellish the wintery garden, house door or your table and tree, the projects are beautiful and natural. They look great combined with slices of dried citrus fruit, fabric and ribbons in festive colours etc. There will also be a section where students can get advice on how to gather their own hedgerow material, or how to order and treat willow and what tools to get. Students will go home with at least 3 items of varying difficulty.

This course is suitable for all abilities and age 16 upwards and no previous experience is required. Students should be able to have full use of both arms and hands. People with strongly strained shoulders or wrists might struggle with manipulating the withies.

Starting with hands-on projects, you will be learning basic rhythms of weaving, principles of ratios, moisture and limits of the material.

Stepping the projects up in difficulty, we will move from door or table wreaths on to hearts, angel wings and halos, stars and will finish with a woven raindeer.

If there is time we will be using the old technique of corn dollie weave for a bird feeder. Also the workshop will explain about foraged or bought materials, how to prepare withies to be ready to work with, and other materials to incorporate, and give you inspiration to work with this wonderful medium. We will talk about sourcing hedgerow material and what to look out for, as well as the few tools needed for basketry.

The course will be taught in a mixture of demonstration and application in the group.

Expect to go home with at least 4 pieces of work of varying sizes and levels of difficulty.

 

BRING your own finery: all RIBBONS; BELLS and other decorative materials you wish to incorporate!

Please also bring pen + paper to make notes, and your glasses if needed. If you have sharp secateurs, please bring those along!

Her classes bring people effortlessly closer and combine fun together with quiet, relaxing time being deeply absorbed in your own project and connecting with nature´s wonders hands-on. People who wish to contact Hannah with questions can do so through timbertales@gmail.com

Sat 24 Nov

£59

Mature Movers – 60+yrs

We are firm believers that anyone and everyone can dance.  We developed our ‘Mature Movers’ class for over 60’s and it is for those who simply enjoy moving to a variety of music. £4 pay as you go! Please note: regular classes run during school term time only.

Tue 27 Nov

£4.50

Tue 4 Dec

£4.50

Tue 11 Dec

£4.50

Tue 15 Jan

£4.50

Tue 22 Jan

£4.50

Tue 29 Jan

£4.50

Tue 5 Feb

£4.50

Tue 12 Feb

£4.50

Tue 19 Feb

£4.50

Tue 26 Feb

£4.50

Tue 5 Mar

£4.50

Tue 12 Mar

£4.50

Tue 19 Mar

£4.50

Tue 26 Mar

£4.50

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
  • 2018
  • US
  • 1h 39min
  • PG
  • Directed by: Lasse Hallström, Joe Johnston
  • Cast: Keira Knightley, Mackenzie Foy, Eugenio Derbez, Matthew Macfadyen, Richard E. Grant, Misty Copeland, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman

Clara (Foy) is a science-minded teenager whose late mother leaves her a jewellery egg which needs a key, the search for which involves journeying into magical realms. A random hodge-podge of underpowered set pieces loosely inspired by ETA Hoffmann, with the supporting cast chewing the scenery and a lot of grandiose settings but not much story.

Fri 23 Nov

£6.50–£8

Peterloo

Peterloo
  • 2018
  • UK
  • 2h 34min
  • Directed by: Mike Leigh
  • Cast: Rory Kinnear, Maxine Peake, Neil Bell

Historical drama depicting the 1819 massacre at St Peter’s Field in Manchester and its background. Leigh crafts an ensemble story on a far greater canvas than he’s ever attempted before, and shows he can handle big-scale action; while it struggles at times to gel, the quieter moments really linger. Passionate and finely-crafted.

Wed 21 Nov

£6.50–£8

Thu 22 Nov

Rachel Mars – Our Carnal Hearts

This fairy comes round your house. You, she says, are in luck. Ask for anything you want. Anything in the world and I’ll give it to you. But whatever you ask for, your neighbour gets the same thing, but double. Great. You say. Fine. Cut out one of my eyes.

With a raucous chorus of original music, Rachel Mars and four belting female singers come at you with hilarious dark show about the hidden workings of one of our uglier emotions. ***Our Carnal Hearts*** is a gleeful, thrilling and murky celebration of envy, competitive spirits and all the times we f*ck each other over. Like a combination of performance, comedy, a singing lesson and a conjuring ritual, the show feels like five women have rocked up at your town and are inviting you to a beautiful, raucous theatrical ceremony.

***Our Carnal Hearts***** is a celebration of envy, a joyous call for everyone we’ve ever wanted to be and everything we’ve ever wanted to own. A place to whoop at our own fragility and delight against our better nature. A toast to our competitive spirits and a rumbling dance for the ugly gutter-tramping parts of our souls. A show that seeks to prove that envy makes us better. That politicians are right: that its spirit runs through our hearts, lymph systems and bowels and it’s glorious and we wouldn’t want it any other way. **

 

This show is being priced on a Pay What You Decide basis, which means you don’t have to pay until after you have seen a show!

All money collected will help us pay the artists who have performed, and we, therefore, hope you will give generously.

Wed 21 Nov

Rob Newman: Total Eclipse of Descartes

Robert Newman: The Brain Show

The comedian and novelist, author of the book and Radio Four show Neuropolis, wonders whether – in a world gone crazy – philosophy can help.

Sat 24 Nov

£16.50

Sedbergh School – A Midsummer Night’s Dream

In the middle of this Winter let Sedbergh School’s production of one of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies take you to Midsummer; a day and night of Lovers (unrequited and lost), Fairies (squabbling and meddling), Actors (rehearsing and transfigured). Add in a Royal Wedding – what could possibly get mixed up?

Tue 27 Nov

£10–£15

Thu 29 Nov

£10–£15

Fri 30 Nov

£10–£15

Starving Artists – Let Me Look At You

A gay man wanders through Soho, thinking over the losses and triumphs of the past 50 years of gay experience. There, right across the street, he spots a young motorcyclist parking his bike… and is impelled to cross the road and introduce himself…

***“ Mark Pinkosh hails from Hawaii, Godfrey Hamilton from Essex, but together they form one of the most exciting theatrical partnerships around today” ***The Evening Standard

***“ Transcendent and unmissable” *** L.A.Times

Fri 23 Nov

Verbalise – November 2018

Spoken word open mic for poets, novelists, actors, comedians and storytellers, anyone with original material and something to say. Open mic is up to 4 minutes, sign up on the door with the host Ann the Poet. Open mic followed by interval and then guest performance. This month our guest is Saboteur Award winner for best spoken word performer Dominic Berry.

Sat 24 Nov

£3–£6

A vibrant arts centre, including a busy three-screen cinema, galleries, theatre space and a cafe. The cinema has regular Silver Screenings.

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