Art Galleries - Museum - Glass Blowing- Victorian Furnace
FREE Entrance to exhibitions in Gallery One and The Godfrey Pilkington Gallery
Saturday 13th September - Friday 14th November 2014
To commemorate the centenary of the beginning of World War 1, The World of Glass exhibits a collection of posters used as propaganda to enlist, save food, help the war effort and much more. The collection is part of the St. Helens Councils archive and this is a once in a lifetime chance to see them on display together.
When you arrive you'll hear our latest soundscape "The Fallen". This is an inspirational piece by Mark Peel using sounds, music and vocals from WW1 - this moving piece will lead you into our biggest exhibition of the Year.
The exhibition continues with a reflective timeline of the four years at war and the circumstances which led to the "war which will end all wars".
On the mezzanine will be a collection of war artefacts from the collection and on loan from the general public giving and insight to lives of those who were part of this conflict.
Carlisle to London -a play by Norman Weston
Join us for a light hearted comedy set in St Helens back in 1965. The play is written by local man Norman Weston and is set in a local glass factory. to celebrate the production we thought we add more Northern flavour with a Hot Pot Supper to follow (included in the ticket price).
We have two performances - Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd November. Doors & Bar open at 7pm.
Tickets are £15 and all monies raised will go towards our Cone Restoration Fund. Numbers are limited - book Tickets on 01744 22766.
Live Glass Blowing Demonstrations
Why not watch glassblowing demonstrations at
12 noon, 1.45pm and 3.00pm with Sarah & Charlie ....We also do glass blowing taster sessions.
See our Visitor Information page to see what else is here for a great day out
Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 01744 22766