Glacial Earth: from Ice Caps to the Snowball
The Earth has undergone several glacial episodes, of varying lengths of geological time and area of planet-cover, throughout its history but none so globally-overwhelming as Snowball Earth (710 - 630 million years ago).
WSO presents a unique event at the magnificent Worcester Cathedral on Saturday 10 November to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War 1.
The concert features choir made up of local children from the 7 schools of the Rivers CofE Academy Trust.
A feast of beautiful 20th Century choral music comes to Worcester Cathedral this November, as one of the region’s most accomplished choirs, Worcester Festival Choral Society, performs Vaughan Williams’s glorious ‘Christmas Cantata’ Hodie (This Day), and Poulenc’s celebrated Gloria.
This exhibition explores ordinary people’s voices against a world of corporate and political messages, featuring work by Mark Titchner and Gillian Wearing together with the Museum’s collection of political prints and satire.
Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum
Mon 22 Oct to Sat 27 Oct, Mon 29 Oct to Sat 3 Nov, Mon 5 Nov to Sat 10 Nov, Mon 12 Nov to Sat 17 Nov, Mon 19 Nov, Tue 20 Nov
Play with Print at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum on Wednesday 31 October, 11 – 3pm as part of the annual The Big Draw Festival which celebrates drawing in all its forms world-wide. Halloween themed Play with Print is in association with artist Stephen Fowler.
When: Every Tuesday 10:30 - 11:30 Where: Meet in the Commandery Shop (Throughout January meet under Cathedral Edgar Tower) Walk Length: Walks will vary each week averaging 1 hour but always start and finish at the Commandery (Cathedral during January).
The Courtyard Arts in a partnership between nestWorcester and Archiimp, showing local artist from all mediums on the first Sunday of every month at the courtyard of the Worcester Royal Porcelain works.
Courtyard of nestWorcester (Royal Worcester Porcelain Works), Severn Street
Members of the Worcestershire Guild of Contemporary Craft will be selling their work in the Henry Sandon Hall at the Royal Porcelain Works. Entry to the show is free and the Guild would love to welcome you there.
A musical coffee morning for charity, in aid of Christians Against Poverty
An informal hour of songs and solos featuring our new grand piano, with soprano Anne Linstrum and pianist/organist Paul Herrington.
To help raise funds for Music at St Martin’s Piano Appeal,
Music Director of the Worcestershire Symphony Orchestra and
solo clarinettist Keith Slade invites recent WSO concerto soloists
to join him in a rare opportunity to experience the fabulous
Quartet for the End of Time by Messiaen.
This exciting night includes an introduction to all things paranormal with International Psychic Medium Julie Angel (of SKY tv, ITV, BBC1, Channel 4, Kerrang, BBC Radio Hereford & Worcester, and national press fame).
Can you pass The Big Pest Test? With over 1000 items to look after we have to make sure they are all looked after from some dangerous Creepy Crawlies can you help? Help our conservators find and identify the pests.
The Firs; Elgar’s Birthplace
Crown East Lane
The University of Worcester presents a series of fun-packed Holiday Clubs. Held during half term breaks and school holidays, treat your children to quality time playing in the great outdoors under the careful guidance of our qualified and friendly instructors.
Come and join us for the most lavish event in the hospice calendar at the Pitchview suite, sixways stadium.
Live music from The Smooth Criminals, disco, casino, raffle and grand auction.
Welcome drinks followed by a 3 course meal.
Spetchley Park Gardens are having their annual Halloween makeover with lots of new ghouls and frights in store. Follow the trail around the Gardens, tiptoe through the Trembling Tunnel, sidestep the Sinister Serpent and Mouldy Mummy, then whisper along Witches Walk; it’s going to be spookier than ever.