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Chapel Arts Open Arts Show 2019

A Visual Arts and Crafts event

@ Chapel Methodist Church, Cost: Free - donations welcome

On Sat 26th Oct 2019, from: 10:00 to: 16:00

Contact: Val for more information

Click here to open this document: Art Show Entry Form

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Chapel Arts Film Festival

A Film Group event

@ Chapel Methodist Church, Cost: Suggested donation £3

On Sat 26th Oct 2019, from: 19:30 to: 22:00

Contact: Shirley for more information

Join us at Chapel Methodist Church for the final flim of our Film Festival week which concludes Chapel Arts busy Art Week.

As our film licence only allows us to advertise the film title at the venue or via the Chapel Film email address please contact Shirley for the title of the film. If you are not already on the Chapel Film mailing list please do say in your email if you would like to be added to it.

Chapel Arts was formed to encourage the development of a broad range of arts in the Chapel-en-le-Frith area. Whether you are interested in Literature, Performing Arts, Film or Visual Arts and Crafts we hope you will find something to interest you and will come along to our events.

It is with great regret that Chapel Arts is closing most its activities in line with the Governments advice on social distancing. The Creative Writing Group and Spoken Word Evenings hope to continue online. We shall resume our other events once it is safe to proceed.

Chapel Arts Creative Writing Group Contribute to the 2021 Buxton Fringe

THE SECRET GARDENS - Chapel Arts Creative Writing Group Family Friendly
Enjoy video performances of stories, prose and poetry written to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Buxton's Pavilion Gardens on Chapel Arts' YouTube channel. Love stories, ghosts, magical fantasies, curious histories, Beatlemania and the further adventures of Fred, Doris and Ethel all feature. To view the PDF documents of The Secret Gardens along with other works follow this link.

A very positive review of the works can be found on the Buxton Fringe Website by scrolling down The Spoken Word Reviews. The Fringe's website has lots of events listed for you to enjoy until 25 July.

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