The Joseph Rowntree Theatre is a venue in York that is operated by the community for the community.
With 362 seats, they accommodate a wide range of productions throughout the year.
Joseph Rowntree Theatre was built by the Rowntree family for the benefit of their employees & their families and the York community at large.
The charity that…
The Quilters’ Guild is the national organisation for people involved in patchwork and quilting, whether you are a beginner, an experienced quilter or someone interested in the history and development of patchwork and quilting. Founded in 1979 by a group of quilting enthusiasts, it has grown from a founding membership of 300 to over 6,500…
The Met is the cultural hub in the centre of Bury in Greater Manchester. Each year The Met presents hundreds of events and workshops which attract 50,000 people from the region contributing to
community cohesion and developing Bury’s sense of place
Their vision is to be the go-to place for arts and music in the North West.…
Prosper North Edition 1: The Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth Textile Collections (Gawthorpe Textiles Collection)
This charity is a registered museum, based at Gawthorpe Hall in Padiham.
They employ their collections for the purposes of research, exhibition, artist collaborations and commissions, creative skills development, formal and informal learning and the promotion of wellbeing.
Their audience ranges from school children to older adults, spanning outreach services for deprived communities and visitor engagement at…
Homotopia is the longest running LGBTQ+ arts festival in the United Kingdom, based in Liverpool.
It started in 2004, after a grant from Liverpool City Council was given to boost cultural activity ahead of Liverpool’s 2008 European Capital of Culture. Many festival and small professional arts organisations still exist in Liverpool today doing inclusive and…
Sheffield-based Bright Box Makerspace creates sneaky learning opportunities for everyone, young and old, to learn creative problem-solving.
They do this by creating playful spaces for exploring tech, engineering and arts with the help of role models.
They have a mobile makerspace and use this as an exciting way to engage young people in STEAM (science, technology,…
Cartwheel Arts promotes social inclusion, cohesion, diversity, and regeneration through community participation in vibrant, innovative, high-quality arts projects.
They initiate, and respond to, project opportunities in Greater Manchester, as well as promoting the development of the arts and examples of good practice across the North West.
Cartwheel work with communities to safeguard their cultural heritage through creative…
The Museum of RAF Firefighting aims to to re-establish and develop a narrative of the story of military firefighting with a particular emphasis on the Royal Air Force.
They cannot tell that story, without telling the story of firefighting in general so in effect, there are two museums in one.
They have 50 vehicles and over 20000…
The West Cheshire Museums group comprises of The Grosvenor Museum in Chester, Stretton Watermill, the Lion Salt Works and Weaver Hall in Northwich.
Collectively the museums tell the fascinating history of the region and showcase its rich cultural heritage. Central to our mission statement is a desire for visitors to view our museums as places where culture…