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This year we welcome two brilliant authors who have published two very different books.
Peter Moore’s Endeavour is probably the most topical book of the month, if not the year - marine archaeologists think they have just discovered the remains of Captain James Cook's ship off Newport USA, 250 years after it set sail from Whitby. Captained by James Cook, its discoveries of Pacific Islands, New Zealand and Australia changed the shape of European geographers' thinking about the world.
Contemporary artist Ed Kluz has produced a sumptuously illustrated & authoritative book on forgotten British architectural masterpieces, The Lost House Revisited.
Each will reveal the inspiration behind their book and sign copies after the Lunch.
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A Festival Partner Event Following its moving and memorable performance of the St John Passion for Easter, Wetherby Choral Society ends its 2018/19 season with another choral masterpiece. Haydn – The Creation Joseph Haydn’s devout, celebratory Age-of-Enlightenment oratorio. Musical Director: John Dunford. Soloists Ildiko Allen (Soprano) Austin Gunn (Tenor) John Savournin (Bass) Orchestra: Wetherby Pro Musica. Tickets £16.00, (18s and under free) available from: The Ticket Manager: 07860 454894 E Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Nicolla Florist, 1, Bank Street, Wetherby (Tel: 01937 585233) Chorus members or at the door on the night. Click here to see our poster: 190622…Find out more »