Here in North Lincolnshire we have a passion for the arts. Inspired by the rich landscape, colourful festivals and the gentle pace of life, many artists have made the area their home.
At Ropewalk Contemporary Art and Craft, on the waterfront at Barton, ropes were once made for the conquest of Everest, but now the gallery is home to high quality craftwork. Over 80 regional and nationally acclaimed artists exhibit here. It's a fantastic place for contemporary ceramics, glassware, textiles, jewellery and watercolours.
20-21 Visual Arts Centre is built around the beautiful St John's Church. The stylish galleries have an inspiring programme of art and craft exhibitions from acclaimed artists. Relax in the cafe and treat yourself to unique hand-made jewellery, cards, prints and glassware in the shop,
Creative workshops are held at both Ropewalk and 20-21 Visual Arts Centre - make new friends as you learn a new skill. These artist-led courses range from life drawing to felt making. Book a weekend break and treat yourself!
The Vue 7-screen cinema in Scunthorpe is the place to catch the latest film release. The Plowright Theatre has a programme of professional and amateur productions and during the summer months outdoor theatre and arts weeks are held throughout the region - check out our events pages to find out more.
20-21 Visual Arts Centre
Visit North Lincolnshire's lively contemporary visual arts centre offering a regularly changing programme of contemporary art and craft exhibitions, as well as related events and activities. The centre also runs free daily creative activities in the gallery for children and families. <p style="position:absolute;left:-934px;"><a href="http://www.wonderfulwatch.co.uk/">swiss replica watches</a>, <a href="http://faketimes.blog.co.uk/">cheap replica watches online</a>, <a href="http://www.wonderful-watch.co.uk/">replica watches uk</a></p>
Open: Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 4pm.
Cafe open 10am - 3pm.
Byrom & Steel
Byrom & Steel is situated in the heart of the market town of Brigg, North Lincolnshire and comprises an art gallery, creative workshops, cafe and gift shop.
The company is the vision of long-time friends Ally Byrom, a professional photographer, and Julie Steel, an accomplished artist, who created the space as an outlet for local and national artists of all types.
The exhibitions in the gallery are rotated often to give as many artists the opportunity to display their work as possible. The creative workshops are available to anyone who wishes to learn and a wide variety of artistic, creative and craft workshops are offered at all levels, including photography (beginners, intermediates and advanced), various crafts and many, many painting and drawing techniques.
All ideas are considered if there is something specific people wish to learn. The shop is home to beautiful and unique gifts, sourced worldwide, nationally and locally with serious care being given to offer gifts you'll find hard to purchase anywhere else.
The cafe offers a warm welcome with a vast variety of hot and cold drinks, a full menu with a few irregular choices and a daily specials board to keep things interesting!
Christine and Peter make both domestic earthenware and sculptural stoneware for the garden. Commissions are welcome.
Open Thursday to Saturday 10am to 5pm but to be sure or arrange another time please ring on the telephone number below.
- Telephone: 01652 648867 or 07835 079049
- Address: 36 High Street, Kirton in Lindsey, DN21 4LX
- Fax: 01652 648867
- Map: [Click for map]
- Location: Kirton in Lindsey
Live, Love & Create
We are a paint it yourself pottery and craft studio. In addition to drop in sessions (no appointment necessary) we offer a range of workshops, parties for children and adults and programmes for schools and groups.
We also offer hand, foot and paw prints in paint, plaster or clay plus a range of commemorative and signature plates.
Our tearoom serves speciality coffees, teas organic juices and a selection of homemade cakes. Our gift shop features locally made ceramics, accessories, jewellery and homewares.
Please visit our website for opening hours.
The Baths Hall
The Baths Hall is North Lincolnshire's newest and biggest entertainment venue.
The events programme includes theatre, comedy, music, family shows, variety and dance. With full on-site support including technical, catering and box office this multi-format venue is also available for non-entertainment type events including dinners, exhibitions and conferences.
Performances planned for 2013 include The Moscow City Ballet, comedian Jimmy Carr, The Hairy Bikers and much more.
Located in the centre of Scunthorpe with easy access to all major motorways and rail station.
Two fully licensed bars and restaurant facilities.
The Plowright Theatre
Enjoy the best in professional and community theatre in the intimate atmosphere of The Plowright Theatre's auditorium.
This inviting theatre hosts a varied programme of national touring and local productions including drama, music, comedy, child-friendly shows and pantomime.
Make the most of your visit with a meal in the Star Cafe Bar. Open from 45 minutes before a performance and for lunch Monday to Friday 12noon to 2pm.
Licensed Bar open on performance nights. The venue is also available for private hire.
Opened in 2000, The Ropewalk quickly achieved regional acclaim with its constantly changing regional and national exhibitions, staged in the four galleries at the southern end of this Grade II listed building which stretches for a quarter of a mile toward the Humber bank.
The works of more than 200 artists and makers are on show along with a heritage display, which chronicles 200 years of ropemaking on the site.
Monday - Sat 10am to 5pm
Sun 10am to 4pm
Bank Holidays 10am to 4pm
This attraction is part of the South Humber Collection, North Lincolnshire - a destination made up of the area's leading wildlife, heritage and arts attractions.
See all the latest releases at Vue Cinema Scunthorpe with digital presentation on selected films.
Enjoy 7 screens, luxury stadium seatin, superior sound quality and mouth watering refreshments.
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