ACT BLOG PT1
Since my NottsTV (WATCH), BBC Radio Nottingham (LISTEN) and Nottingham Post (READ) features in late November, I have been getting ready to move in and launch Art Culture Tourism's new HQ premises in The Hive on Union Street in Beeston.
It stars Taron Egerton and Jamie Foxx
By David Whitfield
Digital Content Editor
26 NOV 2017
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Two Robin Hoods joined forces in the heart of Nottingham to flag up the latest Sherwood Forest movie blockbuster - and to unveil a promotion that could help generate a lucrative tourism dividend.
A new Robin Hood movie is on its way, and Nottingham is hoping to reap the rewards
Friday 13th - Monday 23rd October
The Outlaw, the Shoemaker and his Apprentice in Nottingham
How does Robin Hood keep the Sheriff on his toes? A good pair of boots. All that hi-jinks takes it toll on the shoe leather. Robin Hood’s boots were worn out. Should he spend his loot on new boots or revive the worn out but worn in and comfy old ones?
Launching Joe Ganech's website was a major objective of the event. Over joyed he could join us from Brussels via live-stream. All our dignitaries got one to one time with Joe. Check out his site.
Photo appearances from the left: Marcus Gilmore, Lord Mayor Cllr Michael Edwards, Joe Ganech (on screen), Robin Hood (Adam Greenwood) and Sheriff of Nottingham, Glyn Jenkins.
Saturday 16th September
Relaxing in readiness for Art Photographer Sara Gaynor’s 50th Birthday Bash at Beeston’s award-winning restaurant Roya on Wollaton Road, with best friend and fine artist Pam Miller.
Well what a joyous celebratory occasion it was... fantastic company of about 30 of Sara’s friends and family with 1967 Summer of Love music flowing out continuously. Marvellous vegetarian Persian inspired food, impeccable personal service by Roya, and riveting conversations and laughter. So much singing along to those memorable songs of Donovan, Procol Harem, Beach Boys, Small Faces, Led Zeppelin, Beatles…..you get the picture, well hear the music!
Pam and I were worn out come 10.30pm and slipped out leaving about 20 to have another blast of a party and disco dancing. There was a beautiful interlude when talented sitar player, Lance Hume, quietened us all down with his karma presence and music playing.
Well, what a blast of Art, Culture and Heritage, as well as bracing walks on beaches, a holiday with friend, Marysia Zipser all crammed in during the early days of September, 2017! No doubt, it was to be expected, as Marysia is an Arts and Culture promoter and the founder of Art-Culture-Tourism (Beeston, UK and International), of which I am a member and represented artist. (I am a professional fine artist, painter, printmaker and mixed media artist.) Here is my page on the ACT website.
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