Saturday 30th NovemberContinue reading Scunthorpe Christmas Light Switch On
An exhibition by Bob Riach and Jo Bird at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre.
A Drop in Time is a series of mesmerising photographs detailing the moments surrounding the impact of water droplets with the use of dyes & lighting techniques.
In the images the photographers have captured detail of the micro world around us that moves too fast for our eyes to comprehend, and it’s a joy to behold. To see the minute ballet of physics there in front of you. Otherworldly and alien, the forms captured flip between the grotesque and the beautiful.
If you squint, it could be the chaotic beauty of distant galaxies colliding, or some will see a ballerina caught in violent liquid, others will see a creature rising from the calm murk of a swamp. More often than not you’ll see a smooth mushroom cloud rising from a dark ocean.
The imagination really flows upon viewing. Speaking to the photographers, they revealed the labour of love it cost to produce
the pictures. They worked long into the night, testing different methods in order to perfect the science of the perfect shot. Out of hundreds of photos it took over five sessions. They narrowed it down to fifteen brilliant colourful images.
Bob Riach and Jo Bird’s showcase of bold prints are all available to purchase from the gallery at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre for a limited time only.
The exhibition is open now until the 2nd of November at The 20:21 Visual Art Centre in Church Square, Scunthorpe.Continue reading Review // “A Drop In Time” Exhibition
Remember, remember the 5th of November….it’s that time of year again. Some people love it, some people hate it. But here are the dates for local displays.Continue reading Bonfire & Firework Events // 2019
Matinee show – show starts at 2pm in The Baths Hall Downstairs Lounge. Tickets are limited.
Wednesday, 23 October 2019Continue reading JEDDY BEAR AND GARY’S PICNIC @ The Baths Hall
This weekend we visited the local seaside town of Cleethorpes. We were in town to see their newest arts & culture festival “Festival of Sky”. We held off until later in the afternoon and were lucky to find a good parking spot down past the leisure centre.Continue reading Event Review // Festival Of The Sky
This afternoon we decided to pop into town. We went into the market but didn’t plan on eating but the tempting smell of Ali’s food hut lured us over.
There were already a fair few customers lined up waiting to try some of Ali’s Authentic Indian cuisine.Continue reading Food Review // Ali’s Food Hut Indian Sharing Platter
The summer holidays can be difficult, keeping the kids entertained on a budget so I’ve searched the area for suggestions.Continue reading Local Family & kids events
It all begins with a glance to the skies…
North Lincolnshire Armed Forces Day returns this year to Scunthorpe’s Brumby Hall Sports Ground on Saturday 22 June 2019.
This year the iconic Spitfire will make a flypast during the event, which will take place between 11am and 5pm.
The free event will also feature entertainment from The Nottinghamshire Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers, plus children’s entertainment from Nutty Norman and live music.
Armed Forces Day is the chance to show your support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community: from those currently in service, to veterans, cadets and their families.
There will be lots happening throughout the day for all the family to enjoy.
A range of food and drink stalls will be there on the day, including ice cream, doughnuts, coffee, burgers and even a double-decker bus bar!