There's still time to enjoy our fantastic Home Front Britain exhibition which depicts life on the home front through original cartoon artwork by Haselden. Continues to Sunday 30 April.
- Launching at The Beaney next week, Monday Oct 24th, The Beach Girl i...s a new series of adventure/fantasy books for anyone over 8 years old who's ever stood on the beach and wondered... https://www.facebook.com/events/328705327493490/
- I went to the Beany , for the first time a couple of weeks ago . I w...ent via the Hythe to Canterbury Gold bus service.. I also had good walk on the Canterbury riverside footpath towards As hford.. (But did not go all the way!) then called in to the "Goods shed" next to Canterbury west . I orgered food and drink and then power. fail. I was told this happened frequently lately and received my money back.
Would you like to be a valiant Viking? Join us at Canterbury Roman Museum this weekend and create your very own Viking Brooch to wear and take home. Just £1 per child, open daily between 10am and 5pm.
Stage Spiders story time in the Library - Saturday 25 February 2017 - 11am to 11.30am
Our friends from Stage Spiders will be back to tell the story of "A Hole in the Bottom of the Sea". Suitable for ages 3 -7 and their families.
Come along and join in the fun - no need to book.
Join us at Canterbury Heritage Museum this half term and create your very own Pilgrim's Badge to wear and take home. Just £1 per child, open every day until Sun 19 Feb, 11am to 5pm.
This weekend is another great opportunity to enjoy our latest exhibition 'Picturing Faith' at The Beaney. On until 23 April, the exhibition features over 40 works by acclaimed artists including Graham Sutherland, Elizabeth Frink and Edward Burra.
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TODAY marks the opening of 'All Faiths or None?' our brand new Front Room exhibition at The Beaney. Join us this weekend and enjoy work created by pupils from Canterbury Academy and Kent College in response to objects at The Beaney.
Just a few days to go until the opening of our 'All Faiths or None?' exhibition in The Front Room at The Beaney. Join us from this Saturday 4th Feb and view work created by pupils from Canterbury Academy and Kent College.
The Highway Rat - storytime with Stage Spiders - The Library, Saturday 28 January, 11 to 11.30am
Our friends from Stage Spiders will be back at the Library this Saturday to tell the story of the villainous Highway Rat, as he gallops along the road stealing food from other animals. Does anyone have a cunning plan to stop him? Come along and find out!
Suitable for ages 3 to 7 - no need to book
The Skylarks Singing group regret that they have had to cancel their performance at The Beaney tomorrow afternoon (Tues 24th), due to unforeseen circumstances.
They will sing again at The Beaney on 12 March, and in the meantime all are welcome at these other Beaney music performances:
• Sensing Wonder – the visually impaired children’s group (Thu 26 Jan at 1pm)
• Singing on a Sunday – drop in and join in (Sun 12 Feb at noon)...
• Monday Music (20 Feb at 11am)
Thinkaction at The Library - Wednesday 18 January, 2-5pm
"Blue Monday" (16 January) has long been thought to be the most depressing day of the year. To help you beat the blues, Thinkaction are at the Library this afternoon with information and leaflets about the free therapy services they provide. Please drop in and say hello and pick up some information.
Just one day to go until the opening of our brand new #exhibition 'Picturing Faith' at The Beaney. Don't miss this rare opportunity to view a world class collection of modern art in its entirety. #Canterbury #WhatsOn Find out more here: http://ow.ly/5wKs307XRFI
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Our brand new #exhibition 'Picturing Faith’ OPENS THIS SATURDAY in our Special Exhibitions Gallery.
The #exhibition will showcase the Methodist Modern Art Collection, a unique gathering of work which has toured the UK and abroad since its inception over forty years ago. Over 40 works will be on display at The Beaney, including work by acclaimed artists Graham Sutherland, Elisabeth Frink, Edward Burra and Patrick Heron.