Are you interested in creative writing as a tool for wellbeing? Perhaps you already work with creative writing in this context or have often considered writing therapeutically or to develop memoirs. We will explore forms of writing directly about experience, expressing feelings and ‘stream of consciousness’ – free writing. We will look at different ways […]
As Christmas approaches, our Library volunteers have put together their recommendations of the best books to read over the festive period.
Take some time to discover the past as Margaret Westwood tells us about Jenny Frendo’s online course, The Experience of Childhood.
We’re committed to promoting access to the arts during the Coronavirus Lockdown through our online programme and by promoting the efforts of others.
Celebrate World Vegan Day with Nick and Ian’s chocolate cake! The chefs share their 9 simple steps to chocolate cake heaven.
Our mind is amazing, we just need to learn how to stop that critical voice that keeps telling us we are not good enough, or not worthy.
Michael has worked in the areas of design, photography and education for more than 30 years. Starting in an architect’s office, he moved on to being Technical Support at West Surrey College of Art and Design, and then Lecturer at WSCAD and Epsom School of Art. Michael has also been an adult education tutor and […]
Davina graduated from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with an Honours degree in Speech and Drama. Upon leaving she worked as a founder member of a theatre-in-education company Eclipse Theatre Co. in and around London. Davina worked for 28 years as Director of Drama in schools in London, Berkshire, Surrey and Hampshire. […]
Devdan began Tai Chi in the early 1980s while a student at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. He returned to Tai Chi in the mid-1990s and studied with the late Master Akira Lim. Today, he continues to study Tai Chi and Kung Fu with Stephen Lim, the current master of the Lim […]
Perfect for smaller meetings and presentations, our second-floor Conference Room holds up to 4 people. With traditional sash windows looking over the town centre, it offers excellent value for money.
With its floor-to-ceiling bookcases, this is a unique and intimate meeting space on the ground floor of the Institute building. The Library is suitable for small meetings of up to 2 people that do not require audio-visual equipment.