NEW VENUE L S Lowry and the North East NEW VENUE

Wednesday 25 January 2023 7.30pm Open for Booking: members and non-members

L S Lowry’s creative work is much better known than the man himself. This talk attempts to redress the balance by examining his modest life and the relationships he established with others. He spent a considerable amount of time in the north-east, especially in his later years and this aspect of his life will be examined in detail.

‘Old Chapel’ by L S Lowry (Otherwise known as the Sailors’ Bethel, Horatio Street, Ouseburn )

Our Speaker

Ian McCardle attended Heaton Technical and Manor Park schools and then went on to Exeter University to study French and Spanish. He worked for twenty years as a modern languages teacher in England and Germany before joining Newcastle University as Deputy Director of the Language Centre. He has volunteered with Age UK and the Youth Hostel Association and he is a Victoria Tunnel guide on which he also give talks. He has previously given an informative and entertaining talk to our group about the history of the Lit and Phil.

Our Venue

This talk will take place at St George’s United Reformed Church on Newton Road, High Heaton NE7 7HP. It is on the corner with Boundary Gardens, the same block as Heaton Stannington’s football ground, Grounsell Park.

There are excellent public transport links including the numbers 18, 38, 52 and 553, which stop right by the church.

There is car parking on the surrounding streets. The nearest car park is in Paddy Freeman’s Car Park, just round the corner off Freeman Road, about a 3 minute walk away.

Booking The talk is free to members and cost £2.50 for non-members. Once booking has opened, reserve your place by contacting Maria on maria-graham@live.co.uk or 07443 594154

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