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These highly observed and larger than life paintings of plants show us that the flower's stillness is simply a momentary suspension of movement in a mysterious and unceasing journey from one form, one landscape, to another. This sense of movement and change is also reflected in the ceramics Helen is showing alongside her pictures.
Join us on our weekend tours for a peek behind the scenes at one of the oldest cidermakers in the world.
Designed to celebrate 800 years since the construction of The Bishop’s Palace, Palace 800 – The Story of a Palace and a Home will take you on a journey through the 800 year history of The Bishop’s Palace and will introduce you to the people and events that have shaped this special place.
This date is now pending, please bear with us as we attempt to find an alternative date. We will contact bookers directly as soon as more information becomes available.
Floral Feast art exhibition, ceramics by Liz Watts, paintings by Susan Thomson. Celebrate the coming of summer in a confectionery of colour, surrounded by birds and flowers, as we regain our freedom to meet and roam.
Enjoy an intimate evening with John Challis, one of the nation’s greatest comedy actors, best known as Boycie in BBC1’s Only Fools and Horses.
It’s the show night out not to be missed – wowing crowds in Blackpool since 2014, and now touring the country – OH WHAT A NITE! is a different style of tribute show to any other that you will have seen or heard of before.
Od Arts Festival returns this May, bringing exhibitions, performances, film and workshops by local and international artists to not-so-sleepy Somerset.
Two-acre hillside garden with shrubs, trees, borders, streams and ponds. Large glasshouse. Two miles from Wiveliscombe through Langley Marsh.
Bringing works by Andy Warhol, Derek Jarman, Claudette Johnson, Susan Derges, Leon Kossoff, Patrick Caulfield, Gilbert and George and Balraj Khanna to Somerset for the first time.