pick of the day

Click to follow
The Independent Culture
THE EXHIBITION

Rodin and French Sculpture

Can there be a better way of spending a hot summer's day than strolling through the magnificent grounds of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park gazing at inspirational bronzes?

Bretton Hall (01924-830302)

THE FILM

Little Women

Gillian Armstrong's excellent film is finely crafted, avoids sentimentality, features a spirited Winona Ryder (honest) and makes you cry.

Pictureville Cinema, Bradford (01274-727488)

THE READING

Nigel Williams, author of They Came From SW19 and other Wimbledon chronicles reading from his latest, From Wimbledon to Waco, in, wait for it, SW19.

Waterstone's, Wimbledon Bridge (0181-543 9899)

and what's more...

Inspired arts patronage is not dead. Thanks to the financial support of an anonymous donor, hospital patients in Chelsea and Westminster will be entertained by something more exciting than the library trolley. "The Music That Heals" is a three-year project commencing in October bringing together staff, patients and visitors in ward-based music workshops with musicians from the City of London Sinfonia.

Comments