Culture Vultures 15.10.20
Its the 15th October and it’s National mushroom day and World food day
Also on 16th October Irish poet and playwright Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) was born in Dublin, Ireland. Best known for his comedies including; The Importance of Being Earnest, and his novel The Picture of Dorian Gray.
Question for the forum this week: What is your favourite Play by any writer.
Soccour Punch Theatre with Keep Calm, Camera On
Part 2 https://youtu.be/FwwPXLxkbbY
The Little Theatres of Chelsea
By the early 20th century, Chelsea had become the artistic centre of London. In this tour, Dr Claudia Tobin will tell you about a little-known but important aspect of the area’s artistic legacy: the ‘Little Theatres of Chelsea. Leading up to and during the First World War, artists and writers moved to the area and a culture of experimental performance developed in makeshift theatres and studios.
MUSEUMS AND ART
A narrated virtual tour of the Waterhouse Gallery and Victoria Gallery
Five minute meditation of Ophelia amongst the flowers from the National
A detailed discription of Chris Ofili's painting No Woman, No Cry At the Tate
Wild LIVE! A new series of free monthly discussions hosted by The Wildlife Trusts' Chief Executive, Craig Bennett. Each month join a special guests to chat about some of the really important issues relating to wildlife, the natural world and environment - as well as answering any burning questions you might have.
First one is on 15 October. Click link below to book a place and find out more.
Liverpool Irish Festival 15 - 25 October
York literature festival. 17 October
Scottish international story festival 17 - 31 October
Thanks and see you next week