Events

Live music, open mic, lectures, poetry and more, in the intimate setting of a small second-hand bookshop, maximum capacity 35.  Tea and coffee are available at our events – you are welcome to bring your own alcohol, we ask for £1 corkage, and prefer that you take bottles away with you.  See our Buy Tickets page for links to online sales for our ticketed events.

Tickets can be bought at the bookshop as well as online.

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Albrecht Dürer, view of Trento, 1494 (Bremen)

Monday 12 June, 8pm: Art History lecture.  The Origins of Landscape Painting in the Renaissance.  £8 inc tea/coffee.

Landscape is now one of the most popular genres – attractive, accessible, a window on nature in urban homes and more – but it hasn’t always been a subject for painting.  We will look at how it developed from the background of Renaissance painting to a genre in its own right.

 

Thubook-clubrsday 15 June, 8pm: Book Club.  This month’s books are Such a Long Journey by Rohinton Mistry and At the Edge of the Orchard by Tracy Chevalier – choose one or read both.  Book Club meets on the first Thursday of each month, new members always very welcome.  £5 including refreshments (there’s wine!) and a £2 book voucher.

 

treehouseSaturday 17 June, 8pm: Tree House Session.  Our fortnightly open mic (without a mic!) for music, poetry and storytelling – always a lovely night, in congenial company.  You never know what you’re going to get!  All part of the fun.  £3 for all, which includes a £2 book voucher.

 

 

 

 

Want to support the arts in small venues but can’t make it to our events?  You could …thank you so much!

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