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Mother Goose is at the Empire Theatre in Consett this week. The show begins nightly at 7.15pm, with a 2.15pm matinee on Saturday. Tickets are pounds 4 on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday night and pounds 3 tonight and Saturday matinee.

Fans of the work of artist Bob Olley will be able to see him at work on his latest exhibition at the Customs House in South Shields.

He will be working publicly on an additional fable titled The Birds, The Beasts and The Bat for his Olley on Aesop exhibition in The Sandford Goudie Gallery tomorrow and on Friday, January 16.

The exhibition transforms the famous fables from verbal to visual form. It is an opportunity to see a work in progress and find out more about the exhibition from the artist himself.

Olley on Aesop gives onlookers the chance to consider the relevance of Aesop's Fables in today's world by inviting them to work out the moral behind each tale before applying it to everyday life.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jan 6, 2004
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