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Vulgar Things: Lee Rourke and Tim Burrows In-Conversation

Part of Feelgood Cafe: Author, Lee Rourke reads from his latest novel, Vulgar Things (4th Estate, Harper Collins 2014).

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Life Drawing Classes

Life Drawing Classes at Chalkwell Hall are run by professional artist Heidi Wigmore. Dates: The autumn series starts on 30 September and runs for 6 weeks: Tuesday evenings 7-9pm 30th Sept, 7th Oct, 14th Oct, 21st Oct, 4th Nov, 11th Nov Cost: £15 / session Sunday mornings 10-1pm 5th Oct, 12th Oct, 19th Oct, 2nd […]

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Masterclass With Richard Balcombe And Graham Bickley

Join conductor Richard Balcombe and performer Graham Bickley for an intensive and hands on workshop exploring how orchestras and musical theatre can combine to create great performances.

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Metal Billboard Debate – ‘What’s an artist worth?

Join Susan Jones, Director of a-n The Artists Information Company and Pauline Tambling, Chief Executive of Creative and Cultural Skills, for a lively discussion and Q&A which explores both the value of the arts to the UK economy, through to individual rates of pay for artists and freelancers and how to negotiate your worth.

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Metal presents ImagiNation workshops

Metal are delighted to be working in partnership with Essex Libraries on the ImagiNation project. We will be running 16 really fun, creative workshops at Grays, Corringham, Westcliff and Basildon Libraries.

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A SPACE TO CONNECT AND GROW – garden launch at Chauffeurs Cottage

Join us for an afternoon of performances, craft demonstrations and gardening tips as we celebrate the launch of a new green space for the city.

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CYCLOPS FILM NIGHT ‘Blackfish’

Local billboard artist Lee Mason will be running this regular alternative film night around the theme for his Indie-Vision billboard ‘Why do animals exist?’.

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FRIDAY FAMILY FILM NIGHT ‘The Secret Garden’ (U)

To celebrate the introduction of a new garden at Chauffeurs Cottage Metal will be showing The Secret Garden

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Metal Billboard Debate – “Are you worth it?”

Saturday 6th September, 10am: Subject – ‘Are you worth it?’ – As part of ‘Philosophy in the Park’ at Buttercross Tea Rooms, Central Park

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Metal Billboard Debate – “What does it take to be a good role model?”

Subject – ‘What does it take to be a good role model’ (led by Michael Reid of Peterborough Philosophy Group) at Chauffeurs Cottage

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Metal Billboard Launch

Metal has commissioned ten visual artists to create new billboard posters for around the city centre that respond to questions posed by leading figures in the arts world.

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