I am a commercial photographer based in North Cornwall, with a special interest in photographing other creatives, independent businesses, community, nature and sustainability. I provide photography to be used in all printed and digital marketing including website, social media.

Here at Crafty You Crafty Me we run workshops and design beautiful craft kits for you to enjoy at home. Our kits use high quality materials and include step-by-step instructions making them perfect for your craft journey.

Four lovely ladies, each an expert in their own creative disciplines – providing you all the fun and diverse range or learning techniques you could ever need!

Art Angels – an artists’ studio group who offer an inspiring programme of Art workshops, short courses and individual tuition in the Coach House at Spudworks in Sway, New Forest!

A programme of quality and exciting workshops and short art courses in disciplines such as drawing, painting, printmaking, jewellery, mixed media and pottery.  A programme of creative activities is taught by a studio group of four artists and art educators working in the New Forest and on the Dorset Coast.

Suitable for all from the complete beginner to those with more experience. Courses are available in the daytime, evening or at the weekends.

In the heart of London, the 446 seat Shaw Theatre has played host to a wide range of drama, dance, musical theatre and concerts from its opening performances of Zigger Zagger starring Paula Wilcox and Barrie Rutter, through to Dionne Warwick, Eartha Kitt, Boy George and dramas such as Of Mice and Men, Maggie’s End and the award-winning Broadway transfer of Golda’s Balcony.

Originally built in 1971 the Shaw was then fully refurbished in 2019; the comfortable, air conditioned and intimate 446-seat auditorium with cinema-style seating offers an excellent view of the stage from every single seat. The spacious ground floor foyer and bar area is fully accessible with direct access to the auditorium.

The theatre is, of course, named after George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) who lived in the Kings Cross area in his later life. Shaw’s plays were first performed in the 1890s. By the end of the decade he was an established playwright: he wrote 63 plays and his output as novelist, critic, pamphleteer, essayist and private correspondent was prodigious. He is known to have written over 250,000 letters.

Outside the venue is the contemporary sculpture St Joan by artist Keith Grant in recognition of Shaw’s play of the same name (1923), which is generally considered to be one of his most important works. Shaw had long considered writing about Joan of Arc, and her canonisation supplied a strong incentive. The play was an international success, and is believed to have led to his Nobel Prize for Literature.

The Shaw Theatre is part of the four-star Pullman London St Pancras, with 312 rooms and the award-winning Golden Arrow restaurant. It is located three minutes’ walk from St Pancras Station and five minutes’ walk from both Euston and King’s Cross Stations which link London to the rest of the UK.

Committed to supporting the local community through art, culture and wellbeing, we offer a diverse programme of events, including live music, theatre, comedy and dance, family activities, health and wellbeing classes, community workshops and festivals, and much more. We strive to enhance physical and social prosperity through creativity to unite and celebrate the lives in and around Poplar.

We want to celebrate the art of the past and present in its complexity and diversity, supporting artistic risktaking and deep scholarship. This will be shared with all our audiences: in our buildings, in exhibitions we tour, through works we loan and across our digital platforms.

We believe access to art is a universal human right and we see our galleries as sites of creative learning. We want to champion the importance of making art and encourage people to explore the many ways in which art is created and to develop their own creative potential.

We hold the national collection of British art, spanning 500 years, and of modern and contemporary international art that reaches across all continents: we share and celebrate access to this collection and deepen understanding of its importance.

Tate is a leading global institution and we will continue to influence critical thinking about art practice. Tate is committed to maintaining free entry to our collections.

We want to welcome audiences that better reflect our nation and attract a diverse international public.

Our reach is already powerful. We intend to increase its impact across society, with art that will resonate around the world. We will redefine museum experiences for the 21st century, offering a greater depth and range of experiences and offering visitors multiple points of engagement with our collection and ideas about art.

I create sea glass and pottery jewellery handmade from pieces collected from my local beaches of Fife, Scotland. I also create affordable resin home decor – including artworks + decorations which are inspired by the sea. Please visit my shop on Etsy to view the jewellery and resin items currently available.

artsdepot is a multi-award winning cultural hub voted Best Age Friendly Welcome at the 2018 Fantastic For Families Awards, Best Family Venue 2017 at the Family Arts Festival Awards, and Best Independent Cultural Venue at the Dot London Awards 2016. Our venue incorporates a 395 seat theatre, 148 seat studio theatre, Creation Space (research lab), gallery, drama, dance and art studios, free children’s playspace, café and bar.

2019/20 was a challenging year as the Covid-19 pandemic forced the closure of our building for over 5 months. Despite this, we welcomed 96,000+ visitors to the venue and issued 43,961 tickets including 9,980 free tickets for family events, carers, and access and engagement work. In total we presented 260 performances of 114 different shows – significantly down on a normal year but still a number we’re proud of.

We supported 9 artist residencies and provided 217 subsidised theatre trips for socially isolated people aged 75+. As well as presenting an impactful and broad creative programme, encouraging artistic innovation and supporting artist development, we also engaged with people of all ages through our extensive participation programme. 7,490 children and young people took part in creative learning and performance opportunities delivered by artsdepot and its partners. Over the year we received £425k of public funding from Arts Council England and also secured £350k in fundraised income from grant making bodies, companies and individual supporters including 724 donations to our Stabilisation Appeal.

We are host to undergraduate performing arts college London Studio Centre, who have a suite of studios and facilities both on and adjacent to our site.

Downland Crafts Handmade creates a wide range of handmade crafts such as greeting cards for all occasions, wedding invitations and stationery, jewellery, bag charms, keyrings, magnets, accessories and more. We have pre-made in stock items plus we offer a bespoke service for personalised cards, invitations and jewellery. We also do jewellery repairs. Contact us for a free no obligation quote. We are based in Co. Cavan, Ireland and we ship worldwide.