Tuesday 20th October
Don't miss an exciting and thought-provoking opportunity to learn and share your experiences. Other panel members will include a local Police representative and CPS/Probation Service representative.
Suitable for audiences over the age of 13
Sunday 4th October
2pm-11pm - £3 Entry Free for under 12s
We are proud and delighted to Invite all members of the Burnley Community irrespective of race, religion and background to experience this Special Ramadan Community Meal.
This will be held in a marquee and will include:
Reserve your seat to what promises to be a Ramadan Night to remember.
We would like to invite you to a Public Debate on the War in Afghanistan and Iraq.
‘Conflicts in Time’ is a quarterly debate held in Burnley to discuss the past, current and possible future influenced by war and history.
You will have the opportunity to have your say and put your view across to a panel of experts.
To book please email booking@loveEtiquette.com
27 June to 15 August 2009
Mid Pennine Arts
Gallery opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday,
Araam is a unique partnership project initiated by Shisha in partnership with Mid Pennine Arts. The first of its kind, and building on cultural links between the North West of England and Pakistan, the project highlights the work of two exciting, contemporary UK artists, Halima Cassell and Zarah Hussain, through residencies in Pakistan and the UK and a unique exhibition at the Mid Pennine Gallery.
Araam has been developed to enable 'breathing space' for the artists to research, develop new ideas and experiment with creative disciplines. During this process, both Cassell and Hussain will be exploring their Pakistani roots, issues around identity and pushing boundaries in their creative practices. Cassell and Hussain use very different artistic mediums, but both are inspired by their ancestral heritage and Islamic influences through pattern and architecture resonate in their work.
Thursday 23rd July 6:30pm
‘Dialogue Debate’ is a series of monthly debates held in various locations in Burnley to discuss prominent local, regional, national and international topics.
Lecture and Q&A by Sue Palmer
Monday 6th July - 6:30pm Burnley Campus, Barden Lane BB10 1JD
What's happening to children? Why do one in five now suffer from mental health problems or behavioural and learning difficulties? In this important and ground breaking book, Sue Palmer presents wide-ranging research on the toxic cocktail of factors affecting children's lives today. Sue's best-selling book Toxic Childhood: how modern life is damaging our children... and what we can do about it [Orion 2006] was her first for a more general audience, and helped spark a national debate about the nature of contemporary childhood. This Special Guest Lecture and Q&A based on the title of the book promises to be both informative and interesting for everyone who cares about our present and future generations...
Sunday 10th May | 2-5pm
This special afternoon event will feature keynote speeches on the Life and Teachings of the Prophet Muhammad
Tuesday 17th March | 7pm
A debate on whether the role of women is changing for better or for worse? What was it like and who will be the women of the future? Female Panelists range from Education, Law, Community, Multicultural and Multifaith backgrounds.
Saturday 21st March and Sunday 22nd March | 10am-4pm
This 2 day interactive workshop in the style of life-coaching will address: How to Make the Right Choice | Marriage in Difficult Times | Finding Practical Solutions | Understanding Values, Beliefs and Needs Child-Parent Relationships | Discipline Skills and Strategies | Juggling Responsibilities in the Home | The Art of Parenting
Free Admission | Limited Spaces | Creche Available
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