Led by Deborah Le Vene-Page.
A dynamic yoga class with precise alignment focus. Linking the breath with a flow of postures and time at the end for relaxation will leave you feeling stronger, more flexible, calm and renewed. Deborah Le Vene-Page has been teaching yoga since 2005, her classes are fun, friendly, inspiring and suitable for all levels. Please bring a yoga mat with you.
Suitable for 18+ years
Sat 11 Jan – 28 Mar | £96 per 12 week term
Sat 4, 18 and 25 Apr (drop in) | £10 per class
10am – 11.15am
Suitable for all levels of experience. Please bring a yoga mat with you.
Led by Parveen Chana
An energetic modern Indian dance style. These classes are a fusion of Indian and western styles with Latino and Arabic influences. All terms are 10 weeks long and suitable for all abilities.
Sat 18 Jan – 28 Mar (exc 22 Feb)
10am – 11am
£67 per 10 week term
Suitable for 6+ years.
Live screening (Tuesday) from the Royal Opera House. The choreography captures the emotions of the young couple as they fall in love. Bringing the colour and action of Renaissance Verona to the stage - where a busy market all too quickly bursts into sword fighting and a family feud leads to tragedy.
WHY? Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers encounter passion and tragedy in Kenneth MacMillan’s 20th century ballet masterpiece
Led by Carly Brown
A class for parents/carers and their children. Connect and bond through movement and breath. Learn yoga postures, a gentle bedtime yoga sequence, meditations based on popular fairy tales and relaxation techniques. No previous yoga experience needed.
Bring one yoga mat (per pair) and one blanket each.
Suitable for ages 4 – 8 years, must be accompanied by an adult.
Sun 19 Jan, 16 Feb, 15 Mar, 26 Apr
10am – 10.45am
£15 per pair (1 adult and 1 child) or £55 for 4 sessions
Sarah's landscape paintings meander across gently undulating surfaces such as fired white earthenware ceramic.
They are often inspired by the wild North Pennines where she lives, as well as by her years in China. They aim to capture something of the atmosphere and power of the fleeting moment.
Nate Simpson What's Going On: A night of Marvin Gaye
A tribute to international Motown icon Martin Gaye. Expect his unmistakable soulful tunes including award winning tracks What's Going On, Lets Get It On. Musically rooted in R’n’B, jazz, gospel, soul and funk, local artist Nate Simpson performs his own versions of Marvin Gaye’s classic songs.
Home grown talent Nate starred on the X Factor in 2016. He has performed alongside the likes of Corinne Bailey Rae, Beverly Knight, Jamie Cullen and many more. He has taken on the roles of Marvin and Berry Gordy in the hit West End musical Motown and performed countless gigs and festivals.
WHY? Join Nate for an unmissable tribute to international icon Marvin Gaye
An Avalon Edinburgh Festival preview.
Deadpan comic Annie McGrath returns with her third stand-up show. Dark and charmingly offbeat, Annie tackles issues of male toxicity, consent and sheep herding. The big three! Dry jokes, silly anecdotes and some potentially serious underlying themes from a young(ish) comedian cynical beyond her years.
As seen on ITV2, BBC Three, Channel 4 and Sky Sports.
'Smart and smutty' London Evening Standard
'Hilarious' ★★★★★ EdFringeReview.com
After winning a place in BBC Writer’s Room Fast and Funny, Susan Riddell went on to write, create and star in several online comedy sketches for BBC Short Stuff which have garnered nearly 3 million views and counting.
Susan recently performed stand up at the Edinburgh Fringe in both CKP’s Lunchtime Special and the BBC Presents Comedy Tent. Other writing credits and acting roles include C4 and BBC’s Ones spoof cop show Scot Squad. She is currently working on a sitcom pilot with the BBC and is a regular on topical BBC radio panel show Breaking the News.
WHY? Join these two top comedy acts as they preview their latest material