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Thursday 27 June - Wednesday 3 July
Jim Nind presents a new body of mixed media paintings which playfully interweave painting, photography and digital desig...
Sat 8 June - Thu 4 July
Private View: Saturday 8 June 4pm-6pm
New work in ceramics, glass, oils and watercolour.
Sun 16 Jun - Thu 4 Jul
Private view: Saturday 8 June 4pm-6pm
Sun 16 Jun - Wed 31 Jul
Regular trips along the River Alde - please check for exact days and times.
30 May - 22 September
29 June – 28 July
Part of Snape Proms
Thursday 4 - Wednesday 10 July
Birds of bronze and stone with paintings, alongside Post War Modern British Art
The “power of stitch” is in the variety of processes used to create original, contemporary textile art.
Exhibition of vibrant and evocative mixed media and watercolour images of East Anglia.
Thu 20 Jun - Thu 19 Sep
A fun and friendly singing group for people living with Parkinson’s and their companions.
Fri 5 Jul 7pm
An operatic tale of misguided loyalty, passion and fate
First Saturday of most months
Come and enjoy one of Suffolk’s finest food markets, a wonderful array of fresh produce and delicious artisan products...
Sat 29 Jun - Tue 27 Aug
Exploring Snape Maltings’ stunning landscape and wildlife, Listening Walks provide a meeting point for all the site’...
Thursday 11 - Wednesday 17 July
4PRINTmakers are a group of women artists working and exhibiting in East Anglia.
Thu 11 Jul 4pm
Britten–Pears Young Artists perform new works
Fri 12 Jul - Wed 24 Jul
Thought-provoking work in a variety of textile media designed to intrigue and delight.
Friday 12 - Wednesday 17 July
Saturday 13 July - Monday 26 August
Finest contemporary designer craft from top local makers returns to the Suffolk Coast
One Wednesday every month
A practical music-making workshop for people of all ages and abilities, aimed at the local community.
Thursday 18 - Wednesday 24 July
Individually crafted, functional and decorative machine embroidered artworks.
20 July - 28 August
Sat 20 Jul 4pm
Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian's project about local endangered species and human progress.
Sat 20 Jul 6pm
Composer Robert Reid Allan and writer/director Gareth Mattey explore the by-election fought on a homophobic campaign.
Sun 21 Jul 4pm
Edward Gardner conducts Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky, with James Ehnes playing Britten's violin concerto.
Wed 24 Jul 8pm
AYM ‘graduates’ curate their own evening
Thursday 25 - Wednesday 31 July
Clive Barnett – print and stitch, Clare Gaylard – flamework glass,
Madeline Nightingale – mixed-media and s...
An exhibition of original handmade prints by ‘Twelve Printmakers’, a group of East Anglian artists specialising in m...
Fri 26 Jul 4pm
Sun 30 Jun - Sun 13 Oct
Expect to find vintage clothes, antique furniture, Twentieth Century designs and lip-smacking local food & drink.
Sun 28 Jul 2:30pm
The acclaimed choir returns for its fourth summer residency to present an uplifting afternoon performance.