Free zine-making taster days
Learn writing and illustration techniques and make your own comic zine. Basic materials are provided, but you are welcome to bring along some of your own art, photographs, writing, poetry which you would like to include in the zine.
All workshops run from 11am till 3pm, with lunch and refreshments provided. Booking is essential; go to lleisure.co.uk/events to book, or you can call us on 0115 9173824 or email us at email@example.com
Pirates are invading Eastwood this August! Join up and become first mate for a journey across the seven seas!
Bring your kids to the D.H. Lawrence museum on Saturdays this August and immerse them in tales of swashbuckling adventures!
Professional storyteller Nicky Rafferty will be telling tales of pirate adventures and chests full of gold. There will also be hat making and map making so that your little pirates can continue their fun at home.
Booking is essential; go to lleisure.co.uk/events to book, or you can call us on 0115 9173824 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibition: The Blue Line and Beyond
A fascinating new exhibition is now on display at the D.H Lawrence Birthplace Museum’s new Gallery Space, depicting the landscapes that inspired the Eastwood born writer himself.
Beauvale Photography Group’s ‘The Blue Line and Beyond’ exhibition will be on display throughout August and September to showcase the talent and creativity of members of the Beauvale Photography Group, and to highlight how these remarkable locations continue to influence and inspire all those who come across them today.
The Gallery Space is free to visit.
Exhibition: Eastwood Comics
The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum is one of the partners in Eastwood Comics; a collaborative Heritage Lottery funded project with Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, Pop Up Projects, the University of Nottingham, Nottingham Trent University and Hall Park Academy. Through the project local students will use D.H. Lawrence as the inspiration to create their own comic books.
The project will culminate in the professional publication of their comics through SelfMadeHero and an exhibition in our very own Gallery Space at the birthplace museum.
The exhibition will run from the 15th October until the 22nd November 2019 and is free to visit.