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Music At Paxton 2019: Tamsin Little And Piers Lane


The violinist and the pianist performs Brahms's Sonatensatz In C Minor, Schubert's Sonatina In D, Ireland's Sonata No 2 In A Minor, Vaughan Williams's The Lark Ascending, Original Version For Violin And Piano and Franck's Sonata In A.

Venue:
Paxton House
Berwick upon Tweed Paxton

When:
Tue, 23 Jul 2019 12.00am -
Tue, 23 Jul 2019 12.00am


Music At Paxton 2019: Tom Poster & Friends


The pianist is joined by violinist Savitri Grier and Ben Goldscheider playing the French horn, performing Robert Schumann's Three Romances For Horn And Piano, Clara Schumann's Three Romances For Violin And Piano, and Brahms's Horn Trio In E Flat.

Venue:
Paxton House
Berwick upon Tweed Paxton

When:
Thu, 25 Jul 2019 12.00am -
Thu, 25 Jul 2019 12.00am


Music At Paxton 2019: Laura Van Der Heijden & Tom Poster


The cellist and the pianist performs J.S. Bach's Gamba Sonata No 1 In G, Britten's Cello Sonata In C, Nadia Boulanger's 3 Pieces For Cello And Piano and Brahms's Cello Sonata No 1 In E Minor.

Venue:
Paxton House
Berwick upon Tweed Paxton

When:
Fri, 26 Jul 2019 12.00am -
Fri, 26 Jul 2019 12.00am


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Guided tour of Marchmont House


Marchmont is only open to the public for a limited number of days each year, for tours and special events.  The house contains some of the finest Georgian and Arts & Crafts interiors in Scotland: a perfect symbiosis of fine craft and design tradition. It was awarded the 2018 Historic Houses/Sotheby’s Award for the recently completed seven-year restoration, which was described by the jury as "stunning".  The goal is now to bring the house alive as 'a home for Makers and Creators', celebrating innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship. These fascinating, and informal tours last approximately two hours and are led by either Francis Raeymaekers our Curator, or by Wilma Ellis, our Archivist, and offer a wonderful opportunity to see inside a house that has not been 'open' since it was built almost 270 years ago. Light refreshments will be provided. Detailed instructions for the day will be revealed after purchase. Are you a TD10 postcode resident or a student? Claim £5 off using 'TD10' and 'STUDENT' discount codes at checkout (please bring relevant ID with you). About the house Marchmont is an imposing ‘Grade A’ listed Palladian mansion built in 1750 by Hugh Hume-Campbell, 3rd Earl of Marchmont. Long thought to have been designed by William Adam, it is possibly the work of the celebrated architect James Gibbs, and enacted by Thomas Gibson. The interior at Marchmont is arguably one of the finest in Scotland, and the house retains many of its original features, including the magnificent George II period plasterwork by Thomas Clayton, the pre-eminent plasterer of the time. Major changes were made between 1914 and 1917 when the then owner, Robert Finnie McEwen commissioned the eminent Scottish architect Sir Robert Lorimer to enlarge the house and it stands today as perhaps the finest example of his ‘grand’ house refurbishments. Over a hundred years had passed since Lorimer’s ‘aggrandisement’ took place, and and having spent 20 years as a care home it is something of an understatement to say the house was both institutionalised and unmodernised. The comprehensive, yet sensitive seven-year restoration was recently completed and has been the catalyst for an inspiring and passionate appreciation for craft and design tradition, quite literally observed through the layers of history of the house. About the collection Marchmont offers an immersive experience for those with an eclectic interest across different historic periods of decoration but is especially strong on arts and crafts furniture and post-war sculpture including works by Barbara Hepworth, Bernard Meadows, Lynn Chadwick and Antony Gormley. The House holds a collection of over 130 rush seat chairs from Britain's greatest designers including Lutyens, Voysey, Gimson, Russell, Morris, Burges, Archibald Taylor, Heal and Baillie-Scott. In April 2020 Marchmont plans to host the last remaining rush seat chair-making workshop in the UK, continuing in direct lineage from Ernest Gimson through to Lawrence Neal. 

Venue:
Marchmont House
Duns Greenlaw

When:
Sat, 27 Jul 2019 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Bee Tour at Mill Pond Flower Farm


We currently have 6 hives at different stages of development. If you like talking about bees and are a member of The Borders Beekeepers Association then please feel free to join us. Paula has kindly offered to give a tour of the flower farm. It is looking splendid at the moment with loads of flowers in bloom. Parking is limited, so if at all possible, please can you arrange to car share. A maximum of 25 tickets are available and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. 

Venue:
Mill Pond Flower Farm
Owl Cottage Foulden

When:
Sun, 28 Jul 2019 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Interactive Archives Workshop


Join us for a half day Interactive Archives workshop at Northumberland Archives’ Berwick Records Office to explore, re-create and re-enact the trials from Tweedmouth’s manorial records. Decipher the handwriting of  17th Century court records; program a Micro:Bit compass to hunt for hidden evidence; and take part in a courtroom re-enactment. Open to children aged 10-13. Booking is essential. Parents/guardians are welcome to stay but this is not compulsory, you can drop children off and collect at the end of the session. If you have any questions ahead of the event please contact [email protected] 

Venue:
Northumberland Archives (Berwick Records Office)
Walkergate Berwick-Upon-Tweed

When:
Tue, 30 Jul 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Margaret Tait: Film Makar


I don’t have to know what it’s all about. That’s not what I’m trying to know. It’s the looking that matters,  The being prepared to see what there is to see. – From ‘Seeing’s Believing and Believing’s Seeing’ Margaret Tait (1918-1999), the pioneering Orcadian filmmaker, poet and painter, was one of the most visionary and independent filmmakers to have emerged from Scotland, yet her work has until recently remained relatively unknown and its significance undervalued. She is the inspiration for the prestigious Margaret Tait Award, awarded annually by LUX Scotland, Glasgow Film and Screen Scotland to support innovative artists working with the moving image. You can read Ali Smith's tribute to her here. This programme will provide an introduction to Tait's life, work and legacy. Dr. Sarah Neely will present a selection of Tait's films alongside readings of Tait's poetry and writing, including rare recordings of Tait reading her own poetry.  Structured chronologically, the programme will explore the way in which Tait's work developed over time and in relation to the places she lived and worked (Italy, Edinburgh and Orkney). Although Tait’s creativity found expression through a wide range of forms across art, film and poetry, she is best known as a filmmaker. She positioned herself resolutely outside of the commercial industry, instead developing a highly independent and unique approach that bears much more in common with the artistry of a poet than that of a commercial film director. Working primarily on 16mm film, she often described her philosophy and method by borrowing a phrase – ‘stalking the image’ – from the Spanish poet Federico García Lorca. This approach of locating the true nature of things through concentrated observation is closely tied to a technique that she described as ‘breathing with the camera’. Born in 1918 in Kirkwall on Orkney, Margaret Tait qualified in medicine at Edinburgh University. From 1950 to 1952 she studied film at the Centro Sperimentale di Photographia in Rome. Returning to Scotland she established Ancona Films in Edinburgh’s Rose Street and was associated with the Rose Street Poets. In the 1960’s Tait moved back to Orkney where over the following decades she made a series of films inspired by the Orcadian landscape and culture. Come along and enjoy the calm and shrewd observation of someone prepared to see what there is to see. There will be a twenty-minute interval and refreshments will be served. This event is a collaboration between Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, Margaret Tait 100 and Berwick Educational Association. If you book this course online, we will hold your personal data in accordance with our privacy policy. If you do not wish us to hold your personal data, please book by post (see www.berwickea.co.uk) and do not supply an email address.  

Venue:
Henry Travers Studio
The Maltings , Eastern Lane Berwick-Upon-Tweed

When:
Sat, 3 Aug 2019 4.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Kitchen Launch Party: Locavore Eats!


Saturday the 3rd of August: Locavore Eats at The Radio Rooms  Kitchen Launch Party  Come and enjoy some amazing food from ‘Locavore Eats’; our new resident chef who focuses on tasty and creative dishes using fresh, seasonal, locally sourced seafood, meat and veg.  There will be something for everyone from a vegan menu to gluten free options and more.  1pm until Late  Outdoor stage; lots of live music, fresh food and much more!   Free Entry: limited spaces – by ticket only; book via Eventbrite or contact: [email protected]

Venue:
The Radio Rooms
95 Main Street Tweedmouth

When:
Sat, 3 Aug 2019 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Lindisfarne Festival 2019


LINDISFARNE FESTIVAL The ultimate end-of-summer party festival is back for it's 5th year of music, magic & mayhem on the spectacular Northumberland coast - overlooking Holy Island! 200+ acts over 10 unique stages Live Music // Comedy // DJ's til 4am // Indie Disco // Blues Tent // Yoga & Meditation // Alternative Therapies // Workshops // Camping // Glamping // Bonfire // Fire Shows // Street Performers // Stalls // Street Food // Chill Out Zones & so much more! Please note: this event is strictly OVER 18s ONLY TICKET INFO: Lindisfarne Festival operates a tiered ticketing system. This means that our ticket prices start cheaper and increase as we near closer to the actual event, so the earlier you book, the bigger the discount you will get. Other than the price you pay, there is absolutely no difference to the ticket you receive, no matter what tier you purchase your ticket at. We have a set allocation of tickets for each pricing tier. Once the set allocation of tickets has sold out we progress onto the next tier and the price increases. Monthly Payment Plans also available. *Limited Availability! Booking fees apply. Parking NOT included.  Vehicle Passes (inc. campervans & caravans), Dog Tickets & VIPee Upgrades available here Glamping Packages also available to book directly via Cloudhouses Glamping. For more info, check out our website: lindisfarnefestival.com For updates, subscribe to our mailing list *****THE UK'S BEST-KEPT-SECRET FESTIVAL LOCATION***** Located approximately halfway between Edinburgh & Newcastle on the east-coast main trainline and only minutes from the A1 motorway, the festival site is very easily accessible via train and car. FREE bus available from Berwick-upon-Tweed train station to the festival. ----- UK FESTIVAL AWARD NOMINATIONS: ✪ Best Small Festival - 2016 & 2017 ✪✪ Grass Roots Festival Award - 2016 & 2017 ✪ ✪ Best Festival Toilets - 2016 ✪ ✪ Best New Festival - 2015 ✪ ----- PAST LINEUPS:

Venue:
Beal Farm
The Causeway Berwick-Upon-Tweed

When:
Thu, 29 Aug 2019 3.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Counterfeit Seventies Show


The Counterfeit Seventies comes to the Playhouse for the very first time this October! Having toured extensively with The Counterfeit Sixties show they now bring you their unique Seventies show from a decade of glam rock through to new wave music, and everything in between! Featuring the music of Slade, Sweet, T.Rex, The Bay City Rollers and many, many more, they will take you through a rollercoaster ride of the biggest 70s hits. Members of the four piece band have toured worldwide in their individual rights, and have worked with some of the biggest names of that decade. Coupled with a stunning light show, costumes from the period and video footage of the bands and events from that era, makes this one show you don’t want to miss! So whether you want to sit back and take a trip down memory lane, or get your glad rags on and boogie, this uplifting show will take you on a nostalgic trip back to the 70s!

Venue:
The Maltings
The Maltings Theatre & Cinema , Eastern Lane Berwick-Upon-Tweed

When:
Sat, 28 Sep 2019 7.30pm -
Sat, 28 Sep 2019 10.00pm

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