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Music, performance and light installations at the Chapel Gallery


There is something for everyone at the Chapel Gallery in Ormskirk in the coming weeks.

Paul Walker and Karen Pfeiffer provide the folk music entertainment on 21 November and The Jigantics are the performers with a Christmas show on 5 December. For more details and to book tickets visit www.chapelgallery.org.uk.

The Golden Princess, a magical puppetry show for all the family, comes to the Gallery on Saturday 28 December at 3.30pm. All tickets are just £4.50 and can be booked through www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-golden-princess-tickets-81960936367?utm_term=eventurl_text.

Artists David Ogle has created a light installation for the Chapel Gallery that will transform the front of the building. This amazing artwork along with an exhibition about his work will be on show from 16 November through to 28 March 2020.

David has recently produced a series of temporary sculptural work that have been sited along coastlines in Britain.

On 18 January at 2pm David will give a talk which will consider the changing nature of our relationship with the natural landscape. This event will be free to book on Eventbrite and will be available through www.chapelgallery.org.uk

The Chapel Gallery is showing the premiere of a new film by local students called ‘Noel’ on Saturday 7 December at 1.30pm. The film is a twenty minute short and promises to be an exciting, original, and heartfelt character study about grief, romance, and superstition. Audiences can expect different layers and themes to conventional Christmas films. The screening is free but tickets must be booked through Eventbrite www.eventbrite.com/e/noel-premiere-screening-qa-short-christmas-fi-tickets-81068994545

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