From Sunday 18th May – 26th July, Benjamin Oliver, OXYOPIA at the Ashton Memorial Gallery, Williamson Park, Lancaster. Free admission!
War! 1914 looks at the response to the outbreak of the Great War in Lancaster and by the King's Own Regiment. Whilst volunteers joined up and began their training, the King's Own was involved in the first actions of the war on the Western Front. A fascinating story of local people in a global conflict.
A series of stunning images depicting an examination of our abandoned urban spaces.
Lancaster artist Simon Nixon is exhibiting a year-long commitment to his art at the place where he works.
Come along and have a go at excavating some finds. You'll learn some of the skills archaeologists use during excavations. Put your observational skills to the test and discover how archaeologist initially date finds and visualise a timeline for a site. For older children and families. Places need to be booked on 01524 64637.
Join us for the Festival of Archaeology. Drop by to learn some of the skills used by Field Archaeologists. Have a go at digging up some finds, then see if you can identify them.
A former pupil of Waterloo Road swaps school life for park life in Lancaster this summer.
The new live show by comedy legends Monty Python is to be screened at Lancaster’s Dukes cinema next month.
The Teller of Tales will take you on an interactive and immersive journey as he delves into "Stories through Time". Discover how man discovered fire, Olaf's first raid, Heroic Insus and Beowulf. Cost £1 per child. Places need to be booked on 01524 64637 Suitable for children 5-11 though younger siblings can be accommodated.
Get ready to shake rattle and rock and roll at the Tutti Frutti 1950s Seaside Festival.