Florence and Uffizi Gallery
A new film by Discover Arts, launches a new series that will give cinema audiences an opportunity to explore some of the world’s most captivating galleries, in the company of world experts and with the most advanced photographic technology.
This film journeys into the city that was the cradle of the Italian Renaissance, the place that gave birth to innumerable pioneering artists, Florence has survived to be one of the world’s most beautiful cities and the film explores its magnificent works of art and architecture, en route to the focus of the film, the Uffizi Gallery. In depth features on the works of Botticelli, Raphael, Michaelangelo and Leonardo, will accompany an exploration of the Gallery’s lesser known works.
Tuesday March 15, 7.30pm
The Drill Hall, Lower Church Street, Chepstow NP16 5EZ
Tickets £10 from and to raise funds for Chepstow Museum, tel. 01291 625981
Greek Supper Club
The 18th of March is Greek night at Hart’s Barn Cookery School!
Their fantastic and quirky dining area, The Apple Barn, is the perfect place for people to come together to try new dishes and enjoy our wonderful surroundings.
The menu includes:
Sharing platter of hummus, pitta breads, marinated feta and olives
Greek roast lamb
Spinach & pinenut filo pie
Warm chickpea salad
Greek salad & tatziki
Honey roasted Plums with thyme and creamy greek yoghurt
7.00pm – 11pm
The villages of Kempley & Oxenhall are combining to provide a Wild Daffodil Festival in 2016. Celebrate the coming of spring with guided walks, delicious local produce and exhibitions in both villages.
Oxenhall village hall from 12am – 5 pm
Kempley village hall from 10am – 5 pm
Morgan & West Parlour Tricks will be bringing a touch of magic to Kempley on Saturday. Enjoy an evening of fun and tomfoolery for all the family.
19th March, 7.30 for 8pm.
Tickets £10, available online or via: email@example.com
New art is headed to the Sculpture Trail with the unveiling of Onya McCausland’s “Charcoal Measure”. Made from charcoal of the recently decommissioned and much-loved “Place” or “The Giant’s Chair” as it was known locally, the work will enable walkers to trace the locations of hidden coal excavations that exist 1000ft under foot.
Charcoal Measure opens on 15th March and can be seen ahead of an exhibition Charcoal Works at Hardwick Gallery that opens on 6th April.