Harbour Workshops with Harbour Wood Design 4th May and 5th May 11am to 4:30pm

Spend a fun day Harbour making from reclaimed materials in the Bakehouse Attic, and make your own whimsical harbour to take home. Step by step tuition to guarantee great results. £50 in advance when booking and £10 on the day for materials. Spaces are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.   Please contact […]

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19th April 2018

Bee Weekend – 23rd to 24th June

Join us for a week-end of celebrating the beloved bee. Meet Nic (a miller and beekeeper) and watch the bees at work in their observation hive in our Miller’s Garden. Discover how honey is made and learn more about why bees are so essential and how you can encourage them to visit your own garden. […]

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18th April 2018

Father’s day Food&drink – 16th and 17th June

Give dad a great day out for Father’s Day when you visit The Town Mill. On Saturday, Lyme Regis Brewery, Kate’s Kitchen and The Courtyard Cafe are joining forces to provide some of the best Dorset food and drink. The brewery and cafe will be open late into the evening, serving a range of ciders […]

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18th April 2018

Paper and clay – 15th to 27th June

Paper and Clay is a diverse and exciting exhibition you could find in the Courtyard Gallery by five established ceramicists and collograph printer: Linda Bristow, Cath Bloomfield, Alison Potter, Belinda Brownlee and Denise de Freitas. They met ten years ago whilst studying Ceramics at Bath Spa University. Their techniques include throwing, hand building, plaster casting […]

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18th April 2018

Affairs of the heart, Liz Shewan – 31st May to 13th June

An enchanting journey to bring calm and inspiration into people’s lives through the artists explorations and experiences with nature and her connection with spirit. Come to have this felling at the Courtyard Gallery.

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18th April 2018

Knowing my place, Lynda White – 24th to 30th May

“Knowing my Place” is an exhibition in the Courtyard Gallery of contemporary landscape paintings by established west country artist, Lynda White. Dorset shorelines and familiar landmarks are captured in a new series of acrylic paintings. Along with light-filled images of Devon moorland and Cornish cliffs and coves, are semi-abstract mixed media-paintings. All works, whether figurative […]

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18th April 2018

Landscapes & Seascapes, Marion Sawl – 18th to 23rd May

Marion studied at St. Martins School of Art, London on a part-time basis but is mainly self-taught. She has painted scenery for Gilbert and Sullivan Operatic Society and for NatWest Bank, London and has numerous paintings in collections at home and abroad. Marion enjoys painting in acrylic and watercolour and enjoys experimenting with different media […]

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18th April 2018

Nigel Sharman, Recent work – 11th to 16th May

Nigel Sharman studied Textile Design at the University of Brighton. Since leaving college in the late 80’s, he has worked accross several design fields both here in the UK, as well as internationally in New York and Southern Africa. However whilst his formal artistic education took place in Brighton and some of his early career […]

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18th April 2018

THERE IS ONLY LIGHT – 21ST TO 27TH JUNE

Photographs are often seen as a representation of reality. This exhibition in the Malthouse by Dorset Independent Photographers considers words penned by John Fowles, novelist and former Lyme resident, that “reality is infinitely baffling”. In styles ranging from landscape and documentary to abstract and wildlife, images by the photographers for their 30th anniversary exhbition go […]

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18th April 2018

VIEW POINTS, BRIDPORT CAMERA CLUB – 7TH TO 20TH JUNE

Nine successful and creative photographers from Bridport Camera Club have come together in the Malthouse to show their passion for the medium of photography. Each has a different viewpoint on the world: whether that is expressed globally or locally; through black and white or colour; through rural or urban landscapes or the natural or the […]

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18th April 2018