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Flat View Saturday, April 19, 2014
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
Friday, April 18, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
Sunday, April 20, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
Monday, April 21, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
Friday, April 25, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
Return Of The Grumpy Old Women (8:00 PM)
By popular demand the Grumpies are back to knock some sense into the nation. Perrier Award-winning comedian, writer and original star of Grumpy Old Women Jenny Eclair will be joined by fellow recruits Susie Blake (Mrs Brown's Boys BBC One, Coronation Street, ITV1) and actress and singer Kate Robbins (Where The Heart Is ITV1, Casualty BBC One) in this brand spanking new show. Tickets: £20

Contact Info : Box Office 01722 434434 Email : tickets@wiltshire.gov.uk Url: http://www.cityhallsalisbury.co.uk
Saturday, April 26, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
From The Jam With Bruce Foxton (8:00 PM)
One of the most prolific bands to emerge from the anarchic 70’s The Jam without doubt was among the most successful and influential bands of their time. They became the sound of The British youth and one of the greatest and biggest selling bands in Britain Tickets: £21.50 and £24.50 on the door

Contact Info : Box Office 01722 434434 Email : tickets@wiltshire.gov.uk Url: http://www.cityhallsalisbury.co.uk
Sunday, April 27, 2014
Bob Dylan Revisionist Art Exhibition (9:00 AM)

We are delighted to announce the launch of Dylan’s new collection – hand-signed limited edition silkscreens on canvas and paper from Bob Dylan at Gallery 21. These, along with previous releases from the Drawn Blank series, are featuring in an exhibition that runs until 27th April.

In 1965 Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar and changed the face of rock and roll music forever. In 2014 he challenges our perception of him as an artist.

Dylan has never been afraid to defy his audience – many times he has left them struggling to keep up. He left behind the protest songs and swapped his acoustic guitar for an electric one, bewildering many of his fans. But none of this ever seems to concern Dylan, his eyes are firmly fixed on the road ahead, never looking back.

In 2008 Dylan captivated the world with the Drawn Blank Series. Revisionist Art could not be any more different. This collection reveals a hard-edged, conceptual form of art that boldly displays the Dylan-esque artistic intelligence fully at work. Bob Dylan is once again showing us the world as he sees it, and he challenges us to come along for the ride.

21 Queen Street, Salisbury



Contact Info : 01722 324000 Email : salisbury@gallery21.co.uk Url: http://www.gallery21.co.uk
St George's Day (11:00 AM)

St. George's Day Celebrations 2014

Join us as we celebrate St. George's Day with lots of free entertainment and activities for all the family!a

Civic Parade 11am

Join the Mayor of Salisbury, Councillor Mrs Penny Brown as she officially opens the St. George’s Day 2014

Punch & Judy – Guildhall Square 11.30am, 12.30pm and 2pm

Entertaining families since 1662 come and shout, ‘That’s the way to do it!” with us as Ticklish Allsorts bring Punch and Judy to the City.....just be careful of the crocodile!

Medieval Salisbury & St. George’s Day Tour – Starts from Guildhall at Midday

Join our blue badge guide as they take you on a tour of our historic City and find out how St. George and the dragon feature in Salisbury!

Sarum Morris Dancers – Guildhall Square Midday, 1pm and 2.30pm

Since the 15th Century Morris Dancing has played a part in festive gatherings and celebrations. Come and watch Sarum Morris perform in the Guildhall Square throughout the day.

St. George V’s The Dragon – Guildhall Oak Court 1pm

Which side will you take as St. George V’s The Dragon, come and boo and hiss in The Guildhall’s fabulous Oak Court Room and watch the drama unfold – Who is Guilty....You decide!

Enjoy the FREE workshops on offer all day with mask making, pottery and medieval games for everyone to enjoy!

Cream Teas & other refreshments will be served in the Banqueting Hall from 11am until 3pm

Fair rides, bouncy castles and face painting and much more......

Take a look at the fantastic range of English handmade food and drink on offer from our wonderful stalls around the Market Place

Meet our Jesters, dragons and street entertainers as they walk around the site and enjoy some traditional medieval music too!

Also in the Old George Mall......11am – 3pm

The British Plate Armour Society will be showing a static display of medieval items and offering a brass rubbing workshop and we also have street entertainment and live music too for your entertainment!

In the Maltings too from 11am – 3pm

Join Table Top Circus and practice your circus skills and meet our jester and dragon too!

Disclaimer: All times are subject to change and weather dependent. Salisbury City Council reserves the right to change, cancel or amend the event without prior notice. Salisbury City Council reserves the right to take pictures during the event for its own purposes, if you do not wish to be photographed please make yourself known to an official steward.



Contact Info : Salisbury City Council 01722 342860 Email : info@salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk Url: http://www.salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk
Monday, April 28, 2014
Bedlam By Nell Leyshon (7:45 PM)

A Stage ’65 Youth Theatre production In The Salberg

Directed by Dave Orme

Monday 28 April – Saturday 3 May

(Saturday matinee at 2.45pm)



Contact Info : Contact the Salisbury Playhouse direct for details of various ticket prices and availability Telephone: 01722 320 333 Email : boxoffice@salisburyplayhouse.com Url: http://www.salisburyplayhouse.com
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Bedlam By Nell Leyshon (7:45 PM)

A Stage ’65 Youth Theatre production In The Salberg

Directed by Dave Orme

Monday 28 April – Saturday 3 May

(Saturday matinee at 2.45pm)



Contact Info : Contact the Salisbury Playhouse direct for details of various ticket prices and availability Telephone: 01722 320 333 Email : boxoffice@salisburyplayhouse.com Url: http://www.salisburyplayhouse.com
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Jools Holland (7:30 PM)
As always, Jools continues to dazzle audiences across the UK with his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra and their exuberant live performances and will be joined in Salisbury by special guests Melanie C and Marc Almond. Tickets: £36.50

Contact Info : Box Office 01722 434434 Email : tickets@wiltshire.gov.uk Url: http://www.cityhallsalisbury.co.uk
Bedlam By Nell Leyshon (7:45 PM)

A Stage ’65 Youth Theatre production In The Salberg

Directed by Dave Orme

Monday 28 April – Saturday 3 May

(Saturday matinee at 2.45pm)



Contact Info : Contact the Salisbury Playhouse direct for details of various ticket prices and availability Telephone: 01722 320 333 Email : boxoffice@salisburyplayhouse.com Url: http://www.salisburyplayhouse.com
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