Coming up in March, in conjunction with Arts Alive, SMAAAK proudly presents …….
A musical cabaret inspired by the woman who seduced The Graduate and became a legend in her own leopard print.
Featuring a live band, the story is told with stylish jazz numbers and Sixties pop songs from artists such as Cilla Black, Dusty Springfield and The Kinks.
Dress the part and win a bottle of champagne! Tickets £15. For a sneak preview visit http://atouchofmrsrobinson.com/
Also in the diary, we have….
The Secret Marriage, Pop Up Opera, Saturday 15 July, Kingsland Church, 7.30pm
Remi Harris Trio, Saturday 16 September, Coronation Hall 7.30 pm
h Art 2017, 9 – 17 September, Kingsland Church, 10am to 5pm daily
Arcadia Music Festival, Saturday 7 0ctober, Kingsland Church, 7.30pm
All tickets available from Kingsland Post Office, on line at http://www.artsalive.co.uk
T: 01568 709579 or on the door, but please check for availability beforehand.
Breaking News! h.Art Goes Independent!
This is an exciting year for h.Art, which is now an independent company under the direction of Mel Potter. Mel has been the guiding force behind h.Art’s success in recent years, under the banner of Brightstripe, which because of issues related to pensions, is no more. Mel now has a fantastic opportunity to take h.Art up to the next level, with the tighter focus that independence will allow.
SMAAAK will be working to build on the success of previous h.Art exhibitions here in Kingsland. Last year we sold a massive £17,500 worth of art and craft, which not only added some £4,000 to SMAAAK’s funds, but also made a valuable contribution to local artists.
Dee Wurm and Jim Davies, Trustees SMAAAK. Registered Charity No 1152383