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Aerobics View details

This course supports learners to develop their skills in Aerobics. Learners will be encouraged to recognise the benefits to their physical and mental well-being, of regular practice of aerobics or fitness skills. Learners will improve their coordination, balance, cardio, suppleness and strength through a variety of movements and exercises.

Afternoon talk - Bird Poems of the Romantic Poets View details

he bird is traditionally an image of the poetic voice and, as such, held much appeal for poets of the Romantic period - and beyond. We shall read about the nightingale and the skylark, of course, but also the snipe and the owl, always looking to discover the poets’ perspective on each bird - from the ethereal to the terrestrial, from the fanciful to the carefully observed.

Afternoon Yoga for Everybody View details

The course is suitable for all ages, for beginners and those who already practise yoga. The practices will involve a wide range of techniques including body, breath, meditation, study and reflection.

Age of Romanticism: History, Art & Culture 1780 - 1830 View details

This thematically led course considers key examples of arts and culture in the 18th century. Taking as a connecting theme the styles of the Romantic period, we will explore Europe's cultural landscape. Sessions will include Napoleonic France, English landscape painters, and romanticism in literature.

Age of Romanticism: History, Art & Culture 1780 - 1830 View details

This thematically led course considers key examples of arts and culture in the early 19th century. Taking as a connecting theme the styles of the Romantic period, we will explore Europe's cultural landscape. Sessions will include Napoleonic France, English landscape painters, and romanticism in literature.

Age of Romanticism:  History, Art and Culture 1780 – 1830 View details

This thematically led course considers key examples of arts and culture in the 18th century. Taking as a connecting theme the styles of the Romantic period, we will explore Europe's cultural landscape. Sessions will include Napoleonic France, English landscape painters, and romanticism in literature.

All Round Good Health - Men View details

This Chair Based exercise course is aimed at members of BAMER communities with health conditions such as diabetes, stroke, circulatory disease, arthritis, COPD and related lung conditions, high BMI or who have had a fall or are at a high risk of falling. Beginners, intermediate and advanced level participants are welcome as the exercises are adapted to suit all individuals. This course focuses on students having a basic knowledge and understanding of all the major muscle components and bones of the body in order to know how to strengthen improve and maintain these parts. Learning will incorporate awareness of the 4 most common types of cancers in the UK.

All the World's a Stage: Appreciating Theatre View details

This course will introduce learners to drama including: A history of theatre Group play-reading How to analyse live performance

Alterations & Customizing Advanced View details

This course will develop you skills and interest in up-cycling, customising and altering clothes. We will learn lots of different techniques to rejuvenate clothes. Bring along old clothes and your imagination!

American Art of 18th,19th and 20th Centuries View details

This is a History of Art Course that will follow the development of American art during the 18th century, during the 19th century and the 20th century. We will discuss who were the painters and sculptors of this period of America. Who were their influences and whom did they influence. Was there particular American flavour in their art. Did they capture a society or landscape unique to America. Come and find out !