Arts at Stowe

some wonderful entertainment coming to Stowe School over the coming months

little Blue Monster presents Lily and the Little Snow Bear, Sunday 28th January, 2pm

Location: Roxburgh Hall
A glittering, snowy tale about a little lost bear and a brave little girl.
Lily lives with Grandpa in a pretty little cottage somewhere in the countryside. There are only two more sleeps until Christmas and it’s snowing already!  Lily loves SNOW! So, she pops on her coat and sets off to explore…But when she discovers a trail of soft little footprints, she’s in for a very big SURPRISE!
After the show meet Lily and Baby Bear, say hello and have your photo taken with them.
Suitable for ages 3+
Running Time: 55 minutes
Ticket Price: £8.50

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Carole Waller Stencil and Print Making Workshop

SUNDAY 4 FEB│ 10AM – 4PM │WATSON SCHOOL OF ART

TICKETS: £55 Includes Lunch (plus a small fee for materials)

Award-winning designer and print maker, Carole Waller returns to Stowe.  Her collections of printed fabrics have been sold through Harvey Nichols and Liberty of London to name just two.  Following last year’s workshop, her exquisite silk scarves featured in many a Christmas List.  Carole will introduce participants to stencil making, photo stencils and experimental screen printing.  By exploring colour and layering, participants will create unique and personal imagery on a variety of fabrics.  As always the workshop will take place within our wonderful Art School in a relaxed but focused environment.  Early booking is recommended as places are limited.

www.carolewaller.co.uk

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Lempen Puppet Theatre presents ‘`Cardboard Carnival the Carnival of the Animals’

Saturday 17th February, 2pm

Location: Roxburgh Hall

Trunk, Tail, Ears or Wings?

Carnival creates itself from all sorts of things!

This is “Carnival of the Animals” but not as we know it. Dissected for body part potential to create the “ultimate animal” we take inspiration from the music by Camille Saint-Saëns, a little help from Darwin and a whole lot of cardboard to mash up a show full of puppet possibility.  Inspiration and delight for everyone from 4 to 104

Ticket Price: £8.50

 

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THURSDAY 22 FEBRUARY │8PM │ UGLAND AUDITORIUM

To Helen Back

By Helen Seymour and Directed by Hannah Silva

 TICKETS: £13 / £11 Members / £8 Students

Helen is a burglar. She likes breaking into hospitals. She admits you into a surreal hospital as she sneaks around wards, x-ray rooms and cupboards to discover the bizarre, the bemusing – and a badger…

Directed by Hannah Silva, To Helen Back analyses sickness, health and what it really means to recover. It’s a funny, unique and powerful theatrical experience, which blurs the boundaries between spoken word, comedy and performance art.

Nominated for New Writing South’s Best New Play, Brighton Fringe 2017

‘Humorous, witty, dark and thought provoking’
‘Really something special and unique… like nothing I have ever seen before’
‘Hilarious, important, relevant and moving.’

Suitable from age 14 +

Running Time: 1 hour

 

To book any of the events or for more information :  www.artsatstowe.co.uk, Tel : 01280 825710