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- 0101.September.WednesdaySenhouse MuseumThe Battery Sea Brows Maryport Cumbria CA15 6JD
Exhibition of sketches and watercolours by local artist Percy Kelly. Includes early works of Maryport, Workington and Allonby. This small collection was gifted to the museum by one of Percy’s boyhood friends and this is the first time the collection has been exhibited.
- 0101.September.WednesdayCookes Studios104 Abbey Rd, Barrow-in-Furness LA14 5QR, UK
Experience a photographic exhibition of the stunning coastline and fascinating industrial landscape of the West Coast of Cumbria, the first ever major international photography festival in this part of the UK.
Leading photographers including Mishka Henner, Vanessa Winship and Phoebe Kiely exhibit their work alongside that of local photographers in this huge festival of digital art and photography.
Hollr News and Entertainment have partnered with Rosehill for a cinema takeover event featuring Robert Zemmekis’ beloved 1980s classic, Back to the Future.
A young man is accidentally sent 30 years into the past in a time-traveling Delorean invented by his friend, Dr Emmett Brown. A fish out of water in 1955, he must make sure his high-school-age parents unite in order to save his own existence.
The Hollr team are encouraging ’80s fancy dress, for anyone who wishes to join in! A prize will be awarded for the best dressed, chosen on the evening by both Hollr and Rosehill staff. Whether you’re coming as Doc, Marty, Molly Ringwald or Eleven from Stranger Things, all 80s-themed outfits and costumes are invited!
The event is open to both the public and Hollr readers alike. All ages are welcome.
At Home In The Steep Places charts Bill’s life from a challenging childhood in the Cumberland coalfields and involvement in the mines rescue teams at Lowca and William Pit disasters to his pioneering of new rock climbing routes in 1940s Buttermere.
He became an abstract landscape painter after emigrating to Australia in 1952 where he developed ‘burnt’ paintings. He returned to Cumbria in 1980 and drew on Japanese influences to paint his beloved fells, which he had resumed climbing with new friends such as Bill Birkett, Sir Chris Bonington and Don Whillans.
Filmed in England, Australia and Japan, the film is presented by Steve Wharton, Natalie Wilson and Perrin Walker. It features interviews with people who knew Bill, climbing and art specialists, rare archive material, photographs by the Abraham Brothers and a soundtrack by Cumbrian and Australian musicians.
£4 plus booking fee
Phil McIntyre Live proudly presents Rob Newman’s Philosophy Show. In this all-new show, the multi-award winning stand-up comic weaves Nietzsche’s sunglasses, James Bond in Toxteth, electric spiders and singing Neanderthals into a hilarious tour-de-force that offers new hopes for a changing world.
Rob Newman’s Philosophy Show was planned for 2020 to coincide with the release of his BBC Radio 4 series. Ongoing restrictions meant his tour had to be postponed but we are delighted to have rescheduled his visit to Rosehill for Friday 24 September 2021.
Book your tickets online now!
Hugely entertaining, gleefully jaunty and refreshingly intelligent… I loved it
The Guardian 2018
He is one amazing comedian
Intellectually charged and adorably ambitious… a delightfully digestible dose of brain food
The Times 2018
Winner: Best Scripted Comedy – BBC Audio Drama Awards 2019
Winner: Best Comedy with a live audience – BBC Audio Drama Awards 2017
Due to ongoing restrictions around coronavirus, we are operating at a reduced capacity and have changed our booking process.
If you’re a regular visitor, you will notice some areas of Rosehill are a little different at the moment. But you can expect the same warm welcome from us and we want you to have a wonderful experience while you are here.
Please book online where possible as our box office has not yet fully reopened. We will delay allocating specific seats until nearer each performance date and will then arrange seating according to “bubbles”. You are welcome to state a preference when booking and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
Please read the latest information on how we are working to help keep everyone safe.