Arts Review and What’s On guide

by | 13 May 2022 | Art, Retford

Bassetlaw Museum

Grove Street, Retford
Until 4th June: Charcoal Drawings by Adam Boardman. See examples of his work on Instagram @adam.c.b.

Danum Gallery Library and Museum (DGLAM)

Waterdale, Doncaster DN1 3BZ
Until 10th July: ‘Out of Line’ Drawings and Prints by Sir Frank Brangwyn and Melanie Bellis. This exhibition showcases selected works from the extensive collection of Frank Brangwyn’s drawings and etchings held by Doncaster Museum. His work is shown alongside prints and drawings by contemporary artist and printmaker Melanie Bellis. The show highlights the connections between their work – their passion for drawing and printmaking and their shared subjects and themes.
Open Monday to Saturday.

Museums Sheffield

Arundel Gate, Sheffield S1 2PP
Until 5th June: ‘Where We Live’. This exhibition brings together paintings by Trevor Burgess, Jonathan Hooper, Mandy Payne, Narbi Price and Judith Tucker to examine the overlooked and under-regarded aspects of the landscape we inhabit today.

Scrooby Film Club

Scrooby Village Hall, DN10 6AJ
Sunday 8th May: Knives Out, a star studded cast with Daniel Craig in the lead in this thriller who-dunnit. Doors open 7.30pm for 8.00pm start. £5.00. for details call Stephen Cordery on 07494 242853.

Roots Music Club at the Ukranian Centre

Beckett Road, Doncaster DN2 4AD
13th May: Bob Fox, who is one of the great voices of the whole of the Folk Revival. He has played with many bands including Fairport Convention, is one of the Pitman Poets, and if you saw Warhorse in the West End you will have already seen and heard him as the play’s ‘songman’.
27th May: Dan Walsh – banjo player. Describing what Dan does is no easy task but at the heart of it is British, Irish and American folk music delivered with a healthy dose of funky grooves.
For tickets to either event, visit or call 01302 719868.

DARTS Doncaster Arts

The Point, 16 South Parade, Doncaster DN1 2DR
Until 2nd July: Jason and the Argonauts. As a disabled artist, Jason’s work celebrates disability, his northern working–class heritage, popular culture from his childhood and the life experiences of other disabled people. Expect brightly coloured, large-scale, humorous art.