Arts Alive In Libraries

Arts Alive In Libraries

Visit your local Library for an exciting programme of shows & workshops. Look out for activities coming to a library near you soon…March : CASTING THE RUNES
Two stories by M R James. Performed by Robert Lloyd Parry.

February & March Events
Creative People & Places

Creative People & Places

Arts Council

Creative People and Places is about more people creating and experiencing great art in the places where they live. ADeC are delighted to have received Arts Council funding to develop ‘Market Place’. Find out more about the 3 year project and how we'll be working with a number of partners across seven market towns in Fenland and Forest Heath. We've just listed two new job opportunities. Click on the link to find out more.

The next stage
Ely Cinema : Screen Arts

Ely Cinema : Screen Arts

Theatre, Dance & Comedy

RSC Live : Love's Labour Won (4 March), NT Live : Behind the Beautiful Forevers (12 March),  Maxine Peake in Hamlet (23 March), NT Live : A View from the Bridge (26 March).

2015 Live & Encore Screenings
ECCLESIASTICAL EMBROIDERY EXHIBITION

ECCLESIASTICAL EMBROIDERY EXHIBITION

Ely Cathedral

A unique exhibition of Ecclesiastical Embroidery in partnership with the Royal School of Needlework. Over 60 displays include significant pieces of needlework which have been worked on by the Royal School and which form part of their collection housed at Hampton Court Palace.

Continues to 28 February
Ely Cinema

Ely Cinema

The Maltings, Ely

Weds 4 March : 7pm
RSC Live : Love's Labour Lost

Thurs 5 March : 3pm
The Imitation Game (12A)

Thurs 5 March : 7.30pm
Birdman (15)

Additional screening Tues 10 March : 7.30pm
Theory of Everything (12A)


Coming soon...Kingsman, American Sniper, Shaun the Sheep.

In Grendel's Footsteps

In Grendel's Footsteps

Babylon Gallery

In Grendel's Footsteps : A Journey Into the Heart of the Fens.  A touring exhibitions of contemporary images and poetry celebrating Fenland. Photographs by Rebecca Hall Green, Poetry : local and regional poets of East Anglia.

Continues to 28 February