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All the stage’s a world

All the stage’s a world

The Arts - 1st April

Theatre-goers are in for a treat this summer when the Stamford Shakespeare Company takes to the stage for its thirty-sixth season at Rutland Open Air Theatre with a wonderful new program of events.

The bigger picture

The bigger picture

The Arts - 1st April

Steffie Shields’s reflections on spring in the landscape of the Wolds, thanks to Hockney

A tale of culture and trade

A tale of culture and trade

The Arts - 1st June

The term Renaissance is most commonly associated with the movement in culture, art and trade which originated in Florence during the late Middle Ages. However, a manor house in Lincolnshire has an important tale to tell about the role the county played in the less well known, Northern Renaissance, which has relevance for us today.

Understanding The Misunderstood

Understanding The Misunderstood

The Arts - 1st June

Incredibly, the recent discovery of what appears to be the only full body portrait of Vincent van Gogh in existence, drawn by artist Jeanne Donnadieu and entitled ‘L’Incompris’ (The Misunderstood) has managed to find its way into the Usher Gallery, Lincoln.

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