Warrington Arts Charity Introduces New Digital Offer

As Warrington enters another month in lockdown, arts charity Culture Warrington is introducing a new digital offer to help people engage with heritage and culture at home. 


Despite ongoing restrictions, people from Warrington and beyond can still access top-quality arts, heritage and cultural opportunities, thanks to an innovative online offer from Culture Warrington. 


From local history podcasts, to free acting classes, and in-depth talks about the fascinating artefacts at Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, this varied programme is set to be a real game-changer for lockdown life. 


Leah Biddle, Cultural Manager at Culture Warrington, said: “Ensuring people have access to free cultural and heritage opportunities is the very backbone of our work as a charity, and even though our doors are closed and our buildings are empty, our team is still working incredibly hard behind the scenes to find new ways to engage with our community. 


“Over the past few weeks, our education team has been working with local schools to present an engaging homeschool offer, which has been a huge success.


“Now, we’re looking for ways to reach the wider community and we hope this digital programme will enable us to do just that.


“Whether your interest is in local history, geology, ethnology, visual art, or even theatre, we’re confident we’ve got something up our sleeves to suit every taste.”


Culture Warrington’s new digital programme will launch in the first week of February with a local history podcast, a virtual talk on part of the museum’s collections, and free acting classes from Ludovico Studio.

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