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Explore arts & culture and find out where to go and what to do in the stunning Lake District World Heritage landscape!
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Lakes Culture Jun 16
Don’t miss this if you’re near Workington and curious about why Wordsworth matters today...
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LDSM Festival May 22
Amongst the highlights of our International Festival this year is one of the first performances of Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Composer's Algernon by saxophonist Jonathan Radford. Take a first-look here: Full details of the LDSM concert:
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Lakes Culture Jun 11
Replying to @RuskinsFriends
"No good work whatever can be perfect, and the demand for perfection is always a sign of a misunderstanding of the ends of art" John Ruskin
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Lakes Culture Jun 11
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"A little thought and a little kindness are often worth more than a great deal of money" John Ruskin
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Lakes Culture Jun 11
Replying to @RuskinsFriends
"What distinguishes a great artist from a weak one is first their sensibility and tenderness; second, their imagination and third, their industry"🎨👩🏻‍🎨👨🏿‍🎨 John Ruskin
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Lakes Culture Jun 11
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"Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather." ❄️🌤️🌧️🌈🍃John Ruskin
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Lakes Culture Jun 11
We’ll be sharing some of John Ruskin’s wisdom 200yrs on since his birth & still relevant today
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Lakes Culture Jun 11
Did someone say FREE live music? Note in in your diary: every Sunday 21 Jul - 25 Aug
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Lakes Culture Jun 7
Great for a family day out: see these incredible Sally Matthews sculptures at Grizedale Visitor Centre; then explore the sculpture trail; enjoy a picnic 🧺 & let the kids loose on the adventure playground
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Lakes Culture Jun 5
. Culture Award Winner returns 6 -8 Sept with another packed programme of visual delights, fantastic performances & plenty of things to make and do. Keep an eye out for our full programme coming soon...
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Lakes Culture Jun 5
Fascinating foodie culture facts
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windermerejetty May 30
Our last evening lecture sold out, and this one only has a few tickets left! 'Building the Windermere Skiff' 13th June
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Jeanette Edgar May 21
Just listened again to Arty Show with , , @MemMitchell and the students from talking about , , & in !!👂 Listen:
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Grizedale Forest May 24
Such great feedback on this exhibition already. Do come and visit if you remember Sally Matthews much loved outdoor pieces. The Hunted runs until September 29 with sculpture and 2D works in our Visitor Centre gallery.
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Lakes Culture May 21
This Bank Holiday weekend discover the connections between Japanese pottery and Ruskin at Brantwood in this fascinating exhibition
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Wordsworth House May 19
Our costumed servants took a day off yesterday to go walking in the footsteps of Dorothy Wordsworth with - they had a wonderful day (don't worry, they'll be back in the Georgian kitchen working hard on Wednesday!)
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Lakes Culture May 17
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Lakes Culture May 17
Uncover the story of Sizergh’s 18th century lady of the house, Cecilia Strickland. Love, loss and hope. A Life in Letters at Sizergh Castle | National Trust
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Lakes Culture May 17
Experience international classical music in beautiful settings Lake District Summer Music International Festival 🎻 online
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Lakes Culture May 17
Watch @cumbriayouthdance perform TOPOS (YAN TAN TETHERA) by Coniston Water at Brantwood, part of John Ruskin’s bicentenary celebrations Sun 26 & 27 May
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