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Minis and More:  Female Fashion from the Swinging Sixties

11 July 2015 - 1 July 2017
This small exhibition shows day and evening dresses, holiday and wedding dresses – the diversity of the 1960s

Visual Arts Cheshire: Inspirations from the Collection

8 October 2016 - 12 March 2017
Inspired by the collections of Weaver Hall Museum. Members of Visual Arts Cheshire display artwork in response to their discoveries.

The Cheshire Salt Industry Today

6 December 2016 - 31 March 2017
Discover the methods behind modern salt production.

All the World’s a Stage

9 January - 30 June
From amateur dramatics to the much loved Royalty Theatre, from the Tatler newsreels to the evenings when we were all bewitched by the silver screens.

Louise Rayner:  Victorian Watercolours

21 January - 17 April
Watercolours of Chester’s picturesque streets are brought vividly to life.

Watercolour Painting

24 January - 20 June
Join professional artist Deidre Boleyn to develop your skills in watercolour

The Grosvenor Museum’s 12th Open Art Exhibition

9 March - 21 June
Discover the wealth of local creative talent in this diverse and stimulating exhibition, selected from hundreds of entries in open competition. Enjoy a kaleidoscope of colours and styles, a wide range of techniques and materials, and a rich variety of subjects and moods. There will definitely be things you will love, and maybe a few you will hate: come and vote for your favourite!              

Drawing Skills

9 March - 15 June
Improve your drawing skills across a variety of subjects and styles.

Ventoux by 2Magpies 

11 March @ 7.30pm - 8.30pm
Ventoux is the most fearsome mountain on the Tour de France. It is also the story of Lance Armstrong and Marco Pantani. Supported by Cheshire Rural Touring Arts

Not the Grosvenor Museum Open

12 March - 6 May
Not the Grosvenor Museum Open is an exhibition of the artworks the museum could not fit in.
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