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Arts project gathers speed

Costumes made as part of Transported Arts will be seen at this summer's Notting Hill Carnival.   Photo by kind courtesy of Noriega Photographics.

Costumes made as part of Transported Arts will be seen at this summer's Notting Hill Carnival. Photo by kind courtesy of Noriega Photographics.

Artistry and creativity in South Holland is set to multiply with a series of events in the area over the coming weeks.

Drama and poetry make up the second phase of Transported, a project encouraging more people in South Holland to become artistic.

Carole Miles and Phiona Richards are hosting their arts workshop, A Flock of Words, at Crowland Library on Thursday from 10am until 12.30pm.

Scottish theatre maker Eric MacLennan is bringing his one-man show, A Journey to the Centre of Your Heart, to Pinchbeck Library on Thursday from 10am until 1pm and again from 2pm until 4pm.

Maclennan can also be seen at Holbeach Library on Friday between 1pm and 6pm and Saturday between 10am and 1pm before the show comes to Spalding Library next week.

Meanwhile, fashion designers can take part in costume-making workshop at Pescod Hall, Boston, on Saturday from 10am until 5pm and Sunday between 10am and 4pm, with the best costumes to be worn at London’s Notting Hill Carnival in August.

Rosie Lesurf-Olner of Transported, said: “This is an exciting opportunity for people to create some iconic carnival costumes.”

For more details, call Rosie at Transported on 01406 701006 or 01406 701013.

 

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