Father Christmas at the Mill 12th ,13th ,19th and 20th December. Ticketed event

BUY TICKETS ONLINE HERE Visit our shop to purchase tickets. Tickets are limited so buy now to avoid disappointment.   Add a magical visit to Father Christmas at The Town Mill this festive season. Have a chat with the man in red and ask him to make your Christmas wish come true. There will be a Christmas gift […]

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11th November 2020

Remembrance 3rd December – 21st December Room above the Courtyard Gallery

The poppies have now faded until next year when they will return to cascade down the mill building. Remembrance  exhibition showcasing  work by nine established artists and their interpretation of remembrance. Here is the opportunity to own a piece of art with so much meaning. The work for some is very personnel inspired by relatives […]

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11th November 2020

Christmas at the Mill 9th December – 3rd January Malthouse Gallery

Looking for that unique gift for your loved one this year. Visit The Town Mill Lyme Regis. Malthouse Gallery The Town Mill, Lyme Regis attracts over 55,000 visitors a year with their full and varied artistic programme. This December it enters the Christmas spirit and celebrates the diverse work of a select number of artists. […]

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11th November 2020

Pop Up Vintage 3rd December – 4th January Courtyard Gallery

Pop-Up Vintage spends the year sourcing, cleaning, mending, repairing and up-cycling so that you don’t have to! We have toys, books, clothes, needlecraft, accessories and homeware for a beautiful and totally-sustainable 11am-4pm   Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

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11th November 2020

Pop Up Winter Collection 4th – 6th December Malthouse Gallery

POP UP WINTER COLLECTION from Dorset Upholstery   A curated collection of unique vintage and antique pieces in luxurious jewel tones, many in designer fabrics, to adorn your home.    Malthouse Gallery The Town Mill, Mill Lane, Lyme Regis, Dorset DT7 3PU For further information please contact: info@one-girl-productions.com FB @PopUpDorsetUpholstery

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4th November 2020

LISA PARKYN DELVING BENEATH 2021 MALTHOUSE GALLERY

Featuring new work created during lockdown, which has helped me make sense of the shifts going on around the world and reflect on what is meaningful in life. Using various methods of layering, mark making and piecing together fragments, then scraping, sanding and peeling off – metaphorically delving deeper to discover what lies beneath and […]

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13th October 2020

Steven Buckler and Sarah McCartnry ‘Kernowek” 15th- 21st October Malthouse Gallery

“Kernowek” is an exhibition of artwork by Cornwall based artists Steven Buckler and Sarah McCartney. Whilst very different in terms of media and techniques, the work of these two artists is deeply rooted in a sense of place. Steven Buckler’s paintings capture a landscape filled with the structures and forms of its human occupants, sitting […]

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11th September 2020

DAYS LIKE THESE 22nd October-3rd November Malthouse Gallery Moira Baumbach – Printmaker Allan Green – Painter Dr Sarah R Key – Visual Artist Prof David Manley – Contemporary Artist Stuart Reid – Painter

DAYS LIKE THESE 22nd October- 4th November When Allan Green and Moira Baumbach moved to Beaminster a few years back they were struck by the creative vibe on the Jurassic Coast. As artists it seemed a particularly fertile environment. For Allan it was land/sea scapes, for Moira an expansive connection with nature. However in considering […]

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22nd August 2020

Kathie Scott and Rachel Hudson 4th September – 23rd September 2020 Source to Sea – paintings inspired by the River Lim” Courtyard Gallery

“Paintings inspired by walking and sketching the five tributaries of the River Lim and following the river’s course to the sea at Lyme Regis”

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13th August 2020

Anne Bannerman & Lorraine Pinkerton Inside/Outside 27th August-8th September Malthouse Gallery

Photography and mixed media work by Anne Bannerman and Lorraine Pinkerton reflecting familiarity and safety within while previously familiar landscape feels unfamiliar as it resonates with our ‘unease’ outside.

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13th August 2020