Plenty of art still on display
To everything there is a season...
As most UK Theatres start to brush off the cobwebs and prepare to "open" for the winter season ours is merely preparing to morph into autumnal mode after delighting crowds with summer season slap-stick fun and thrills.
The Last Night Of The Proms Concert on Sunday, September 22 brings a Stellar line-up to a September tradition as the massed bands of Lincolnshire Brass once again bringing together some of the finest musicians from Lincolnshire and the surrounding area with special guests the Digby Military Wives Choir and world renowned Saxophonist 'Snake' Davis.
Widely known as a solo artist and for his guest appearances Snake has played and recorded with artists ranging from James Brown to Paul McCartney, The Eurythmics to Amy Winehouse – having recorded on more than 400 tracks in recent years for over 60 artists and played live with dozens more.
Get hi lites or low lites and a cut & blowdry with Hannah or Daniel between 10th and 14th December for only £40.00 please contact the salon for more details, just let us know its with this voucher.
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With roughly 250 shows a year our season never ends at The Embassy and with a new brochure now on the presses we hope you'll love the music, plays, comedy, West-end spectaculars, variety and classics on offer for September and into the New Year. Make sure you pop in and pick up a copy in the next couple of weeks.
This week will be your last chance to view art-works in the Summer Exhibition by five leading Lincolnshire Contemporary artists. The Gatekeeper exhibition has received approximately 30,000 visitors to the Gallery this summer - each piece has been admired, questioned, raised a few eyebrows and in general received great appreciation for adding extra cultural value to the experience of visiting our Theatre.
The Gatekeeper makes way for The Art of Peter Wood – a local artist from Addlethorpe. Peter's works depict many scenes from his travels within the UK and Europe which show a clear love and affinity with nature and the great outdoors in bold colourful abstract form. The works will be exhibited from Sept 5 to Nov 5 with an evening preview by invitation.
With only 17 weeks until Christmas (yes I said it!) The Embassy Art Gallery are also pleased to open bookings for the first Christmas Art Fair to be held on Sunday, December 1.
This unique selling event is for artists working in all media, styles and methods to show and sell their pieces (without commission) direct to Christmas shoppers!
Stalls are available at an introductory price of £20 visit embassytheatre.co.uk to download a booking form or call 01754 897681.
So with September upon us and the added promise of beautiful crisp mornings followed by low late afternoon sunsets it's time to shift gears; ending six weeks of riotous family fun, mayhem, monster trucks, water pistols and caravan antics the resort is replaced with a different feel – a more grown-up, sophisticated expectation of hospitality and entertainment style is evident. The Bowling Green's will politely heave on tournament weeks - resplendent along with their players in spanking whites, straight lines, perfect borders and crisp pleats but when the serious job is done competitors will loosen their ties, roll up their sleeves and still retain that summer-at-the-seaside swagger whilst scoffing 8-Do-Nuts- For-A-Pound on the promenade before retiring for their evening meal and a show.
Who could resist!