GALLERY COR­NER Lan­cashire songs and poetry

Accrington Observer - - ACCRINGTON PEOPLE - YVONNE ROBINS

HA­WORTH Art Gallery is very pleased to wel­come back the amaz­ing Phil Knight on Sun­day, April 22, who will be per­form­ing a set of Lan­cashire songs and poetry at 2pm in our mu­sic room.

Phil’s in­fec­tious hu­mour and nu­mer­ous anec­dotes, po­ems and songs will keep you en­ter­tained whether you are ‘Lean­ing on a Lamp­post’ or wait­ing for ‘The Black­pool Belle’.

This is a free con­cert, and no book­ing re­quired.

But please be early to se­cure your seat. Re­fresh­ments may be pur­chased from the Gallery Kitchen and taken into the con­cert with you.

In ad­di­tion, you can also tour the Tif­fany glass col­lec­tion which is along the first floor of the gallery.

Tif­fany room 1 will soon be re-dis­played to re­flect the life and work of Joseph Briggs, the Ac­cring­ton man who worked for Louis Com­fort Tif­fany and gave the glass to the peo­ple of Ac­cring­ton. De­tails of this new de­vel­op­ment will be found on our Face­book.

Phil Knight

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