Culture Vultures 6.08.20
"Hi Everyone ,
This week is National left handed day, as a left hander I can now celebrate and have a cuppa in my left handed cup lol.
Also today In 1926 Gertrude Caroline Ederie was the first woman to swim the English Channel.
If you had a yearning to try something new what would it be? Go on the forum if you have an answer you'd like to share, it would be great to see some comments.
Thanks everyone :)
Timpson the musical, a really amusing play about the footwear industry
Culture in Quarantine: Shakespeare, The Tempest: www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p08b02zz via @bbciplayer
An evening of folk music 12 Silk handkerchiefs from the Yorkshire Story festival
Book your free place for Tonight at 7.00 pm on this link
Music for the mind and soul. This unique concert series is both a flagship for performance work in Indian Music, and also a beautiful musical experience which provides a refreshing window on the new generation of Indian musicians emerging on the World Music scene.
The marvellous Sheku Kanneh-Mason performing Saint Saens cello concerto no 1 with the Philamonic orchestra
George from the ukelele orchestra of Great Britain show his wonderful collection of ukuleles, if you a fan this is great
Lucy Worsley and a talk on the Tower of London
The Medievalist with stories about Joan of Arc
The Rijksmuseum unlocked
A Pink History - LGBTQI
hidden secrets in art work
A curated look at beaches from the National Gallery
Edinburgh fringe festival - click on the link to find out what’s going on throughout August at the Festival