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Colin’s five-year labour of love to compile best views in Lake District

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The owner of a Lake District tea room will launch his first book on Sunday. Colin Hindle, owner of the much-loved Granny Dowbekin’s Tea Rooms in Pooley Bridge, has created a handwritten and illustrated guide to Lakeland’s Best Views, which took him five years to complete.  This is the first… Arts – Cumbria Crack …


Theatre by the Lake’s online workshops for youngsters

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Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake will run a series of online workshops for young people from next month. The theatre said the weekly workshops will give youngsters aged between 14 and 18 – who may not otherwise have access to the theatre industry – an opportunity to explore roles in… Arts – Cumbria Crack …


Through the Locking Glass exhibition at Rheged

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Plans are underway for a new art exhibition opening in Rheged’s Gallery in March. Through the Locking Glass – one year on, will reveal the personal stories of how Cumbrian artists used the 2020 lockdowns to draw inspiration and create extraordinary artwork. The multi-media exhibition will includes paintings, illustrations, 3D… Arts – Cumbria Crack …


Superhero artwork lands in Keswick

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An exclusive collection of limited edition superhero artwork from the DC Comics universe is on display in Keswick. Art gallery Treeby & Bolton, on Lakes Road, is the only gallery in Cumbria to display the artwork by DC and Marvel illustrator Alex Ross. The collection includes illustrations of the much-loved… Arts – Cumbria Crack …