The ArtsCelebrate the arts at The Assembly House
Discover why the Assembly House is such a strong supporter of artistic Norwich
Events on 28th June, 2012
Queen and Country Exhibtion •
1st Jun to 27th Aug
Noverre Gallery, Hobart Room, Café/Bar
and Gallery Cabinets - Friday 1st June to
Monday 27th August. Entry free.
The Assembly House is celebrating the
Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a truly
British art exhibition. Artists will be
interpreting the exhibition’s title ‘Queen
and Country’ in their own quirky way,
presenting a range of work from paintings
of the wild Norfolk coast to an amusing
look at man’s best friend (including Corgis,
of course!). Come and see the exciting
selection on view!
The Art of Peace •
25th Jun to 1st Jul
This diverse collection of sculpture, ceramics, painting and photography celebrates the centenary of the visit to the UK of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá - a man who carried a profound message for peace and world unity.
The show presents work by sculptor, Matthew Frere-Smith; painters Nigel Colebrook, Andrew Wilkinson, Nigel Moody and Richard Morgan; potter Claude Frere-Smith; photographer and film-maker Tom Fox and painter and illustrator Julie Mann. Work by painter and photographer Ivor Hampton-Sharp, well known for his pictures of John Lennon, will also be shown.
For more information, see www.theartofpeace.co.uk
THE GREAT HALL THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS...Female Of The Speciesby Joanna Murray-Smith Directed by Rebecca Wass •
27th Jun to 30th Jun
Tuesday 26th to Saturday 30th June, 7.30pm
Matinée Saturday 30th June, 2.30pm
Tickets £9; children 16 and under £6.
Box Office: 01603 598688 or book on-line at:-
Take one feminist writer suffering from chronic writer’s block with a deadline looming, a slightly on-edge former student, a supportive and sensitive husband, an unhappy housewife and a new modern man, add a cow on the loose and you’ve got a wonderful evening of
The play is based on true events involving the real-life feminist Germaine Greer, although keep this quiet unless you want to hear her roar.
Join us for a wonderful comedy where the Female of the Species is deadlier than the male!