There are just a few days left to pop along to the MacConnal-Mason Gallery in London to see an exhibition of paintings by Helen Bradley author of 'And Miss Carter wore pink' and 'In the beginning said Great Aunt Jane'. Bearing strong similarities to L. S. Lowry, the work of artist Helen Bradley depicts heart-warming scenes of factory workers and their families gathered together in villages on the outskirts of
. Coming to painting in her sixties, she wanted to show her grandchildren what life was like when she was a child. The exhibition runs until the 10th July. Manchester
The official Roald Dahl Day takes place every year on 13 September, on the birthday of the World's No. 1 Storyteller. Visit this website for gloriumptious opportunities galore, including the chance to win dream come true prizes.
Paddington Bear the movie. It was 1958 when Paddington first stole our hearts with his battered old suitcase and marmalade sandwiches. Now, a new generation is about to fall in love with the bear from "deepest darkest Peru". A film version has been announced, with actors such as Stephen Fry and Anthony Hopkins in the frame to voice Paddington. Producer David Heyman said: "He's universally-loved, treasured for his sense of fair play, and his perfect manners - and, of course, for his unintentional talent for comic chaos." It sounds like 'Paddington the movie' will be a lot of fun. Read more
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