Events and exhibitions at Bassetlaw Museum

by | 6 March 2023 | Art, Heritage, Worksop

Linocut printing demonstration by Polly Warren

Tuesday 14th March, 10.30am – 12.30pm
Find out what lino printing is and what’s involved in making linoprints. Have a go at creating your own lino art. Free. For ages 16+. Drop in session. Polly Warren’s exhibition of linocuts runs at Bassetlaw Museum until 18th March.

Exhibition of Linocuts by Polly Warren

Until 18th March
Polly Warren’s beautifully crafted linocuts capture views of gardens, nature, places and fond memories.

Power Station Coal Trains: The End?

Saturday 25th March to Saturday 20th May
Exhibition of photographs by Dafydd Whyles, a master of evocative and atmospheric railway photography. This exhibition looks at how the railways of Bassetlaw and the surrounding area served the collieries and coal fired power stations that were vital to the country’s energy security.

Dafydd has been interested in railways for as long as he can remember and he has been working as a signalman since 1997. He shoots mainly with a medium format camera and artfully captures dramatic images that are a world away from the usual record photos.

For more information about the exhibitions see or call 01777 713749.