CASTLE Galleries have taken delivery of a brand new collection of pictures by celebrated artist Peter Smith.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, it couldn’t be more aptly titled – All4Love.
“The four images carefully recreate the journey, emotion and nuances of romance and love and make the ideal gift for everyone, men and women,” says the artist.
The gallery, located in Acorn Walk, is expecting a big response to the arrival of the four prints.
“Peter’s work has always been popular with our customers and we know the Valentine’s collection will appeal to their romantic side,” manager Peter Viet Lu said.
“With love in the air people will be looking for something unique that will speak volumes about their feelings for their chosen Valentine.
IF you’ve got kids, they’ll be reminding you that Half Term is almost upon us.
How about a trip to Frosts in Woburn Sands to catch a performance by John Lawson’s award-winning human circus?
Join Ringmaster Attilla Endresz, solo trapeze whizz Georgia, and Miss Anya and her amazing Hula Hoops.
Sword and dagger balancing, trampolining, inflatable comedy bikes and, naturally, lots of crazy clown capers will also figure.
There are plenty of chances to roll up, roll up for a performance, with four hour-long shows a day starting on Tuesday at 10.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm and 4.30pm.
Tickets are just £5.99.
Call MK 583511 to book.
NICKY Princewill cut loose her soulful sounds at Calcutta Brasserie this Valentine’s Day, while you wine and dine your other half.
A set menu costs £24.95. Book on MK 566577.
VOCALIST and Pianist Holly Brewer wll entertain diners over at Wolverton’s Verandah Talk this evening, the most romantic day of the year – and she’ll be back for a second session on Saturday night!
A special menu is £14.95 and if you are quick, you can still book on MK 317300.
ON SUNDAY, the Cornerstone Chamber Orchestra will be joined in play by the terrific talent of young violinist Cristian Grajner Desa.
Heath and Reach resident Cristian – a finalist in last year’s BBC Young Musician of the Year contest who studies at the Royal Academy of Music – will solo on
Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto.
Haydn’s Clock Symphony and Beethoven’s decidedly dramatic Symphony No 7 will also air.
Tickets £5 – £14.
The concert will begin at 7.45pm, preceded by a free pre-concert talk from 7pm.
Call to book on MK 246486.