Sunday, April 27, 2014

Sunday, April 27, 2014 12:57 am by M. in , ,    No comments
Today is the Go Local day at the Brontë Parsonage Museum:
If your post code is BD20, BD21 or BD22 then why not come along to the Brontë Parsonage Museum this Sunday absolutely free.
The refurbished historic rooms now have new interpretation and we have recently installed touch screen virtual tours of the Parsonage, as well as an especially woven  rug for Revd Patrick Brontë’s study.
In addition you will see our refurbished admissions area, redeveloped shop space with our spring merchandise and our new Contemporary Arts Space currently showing works by Cornelia Parker responding to the Brontës' literary legacy – the exhibition Parker at the Parsonage, closes next week, so it is a last chance to see the exhibition.
In 2013, over 500 local residents enjoyed the Parsonage for free, so we hope you will join us this year on Sunday 27 April 2014.
Executive Director Ann Sumner commented: ‘It was a pleasure to meet so many local residents last year and we look forward to seeing you again now that we have transformed the admissions process. Please do remember to bring proof of your post code with you as you will need this to gain entry’. 
And if you are around Stafford, TX, maybe you could be interested in this:
Jane Eyre Auditions at the Ford Bend Theatre
This is production will be part of FBT's Action Reaction Troupe (A.R.T.) players, comprising of acting students ages 8-18.
All actors 8-18 are welcome to come to the cold-reading audition. Upon casting, there is a $200.00 fee, payable at the first rehearsal. Students in the troupe will receive acting class instruction built into the rehearsals, while working toward putting on a full-length production show.
For more information on what sets the A.R.T. players apart from other FBT productions, please click here.

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