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Mischievous Rap & Rhyme

Can You Rap?

Can You Rhyme?

Then

Thursday 16th August

Is Mischief Time!

 

AT

Artizan Street Library

The Home of Summer Mischief

 

Thursday 16 August

2:00pm – 300:pm

 Ages 6 – 12 years

This is a free event

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Jazz the fire that can never be put out

Jazz that’s so cool it burns

Jazz, It’s only a small word but it’s one with huge influence in the world of music. Recently, according to the BBC there has been a 108% rise in people under 30 discovering and listening to the beauty and diversity of Jazz. It’s musical tentacles have spread far and wide into other music genres. You can find links back to Jazz in Soul, RnB and blues . In the UK alone we have seen the rise of fantastic young Jazz musicians. Artists such as….

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Motley Zoo at Artizan Street Library

Motley Zoo

The Zoo That Comes To You!!

ZooLab

Motley Zoo

Wednesday 8th August

9.30am – 10.30pm

At Artizan Street Library

Ages 4+

The animals can’t wait to meet you

Here Tomorrow from 9:30 am!!!!

 

 

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Motley Zoo at Artizan Street Library

Motley Zoo

The Zoo That Comes To You!!

ZooLab

Motley Zoo

Wednesday 8th August

9.30am – 10.30pm

At Artizan Street Library

Ages 4+

The animals can’t wait to meet you

Here Tomorrow from 9:30 am!!!!

 

 

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Artizan Street Library Reading Group Review The Muse

 

Artizan Library  Reading Group Discuss

The Muse

by

Jessie Burton

On a hot July day in 1967, Odelle Bastien climbs the stone steps of the Skelton gallery in London, ready for her luck to change. She has been employed as a typist by the glamorous and enigmatic Marjorie Quick, who unlocks a potential Odelle didn’t realize she had. When a lost masterpiece arrives at the gallery, Quick seems to know more than she is prepared to reveal and Odelle is determined to unravel the truth. The painting’s secret history lies in 1936 and a large house in rural Spain, where Olive Schloss, the daughter of a renowned art dealer, is harbouring ambitions of her own. Into this fragile paradise comes two strangers, who overturn the Schloss family with explosive and devastating consequences…..

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Just Clowning Around

Shoe Lane Library

Monday 23rd July

10am – 12 noon

Do you want to unleash your inner Clown?

 

Roll up, roll up to Shoe Lane Library and follow in the  footsteps of Joseph Grimaldi widely recognised as the worlds first Clown .Even today, all clowns are nicknamed “Joeys” in honour of Grimaldi. He it was who first did away with the pantomime mask and wore make-up, a practice soon seized upon and copied by his contemporaries.

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Artizan Street Library’s book of the week: Tales of Twilight and the unseen by Arthur Conan Doyle

Artizan Library book of the week

 

Tales of Twilight and the unseen

By

Arthur Conan Doyle

 

 

These stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, are concerned with ghosts, obscure scientific experiments and other unexplained phenomena and exemplify his skills as a short story writer.

Artizan Street Library’s CD of the month: “Jazz on the corner”

Artizan Street Library’s CD of the month

Jazz on the corner

 Imagine one day, over two years ago, Acid Jazz founder Eddie Piller asked Martin Freeman  to do a Jazz radio show. Seems innocuous enough….

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The Music Which Saved A Decade

The Music Which

Saved

A Decade

1979-1991

Barbican Library

14 July – 3 October 2018

Opens Today From 9:30 am

 

 

Oi!, Grindcore and Crust find there genisis in the Punk and  Thrash metal music scene of the 1970’s and 1980’s. One of the traits of Grindcore was the “microsong” The Grindcore band and one of the founding fathers of the genre, Napalm Death are in the Giuness book of records for the song “You Suffer” which lasted just 1 second!

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