Friday 17th October 2008
Coach House Theatre Malvern: 8pm
Pamela HurleEminent historian, Pamela Hurle, examines how Forest Law affected the inhabitants of Malvern Forest in the Middle Ages. Local history is seen in a national context, revealing royal ambition and the consequent political struggle. Tickets £5 (unreserved). (The Coach House Theatre is situated to the left of Malvern Theatres, down the drive, and on the left as you approach The Grange.)
The Forest & Chase of Malvern
Sponsored by Malvern Hills, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Robson Ward Malvern: 10am-5pm
A Woman & A ManAn intriguing exhibition of film photographs. Free entry.
Hosted by Robson Ward, Belle Vue Terrace, Great Malvern.
Lyttleton House Gallery Malvern: 10am-5pm
Art Standing OutGallery owner, Andrew Morgan has brought together an irresistible collection of painting, ceramics and photography, especially for the 2008 festival. Free entry.
Hosted by Lyttleton House Gallery, Priory Steps, Great Malvern.
Malvern Library Gallery: 9am-5.30pm
Colin Simmonds Exhibition
The Herefordshire PaintingsWorking with oils and pastels, Colin deploys his unique understanding of atmosphere and colour in a broad emotive way to interpret the landscape of North Herefordshire. Free entry. Tel: 01684 561223 E-mail:email@example.com
In association with Worcestershire County Council.
Great Malvern Priory: 10am-4pm
Victoria Smith Exhibition
'Obscurum Per Obscuris'A series of photographic/digital images on the 11th century pillars in the south nave aisle. Victoria states 'My work is rooted in nature, particularly cycles of decay and regeneration. I explore how we relate to these processes and the methods we employ to understand them'. Free entry. Not available during services & concerts.
In association with the University of Worcester.
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