Here’s a list of a few events part of Grantham’s Gravity Fields which might tickle your fancy!
** Arts and craft market - Saturday’s special craft market runs from 4pm to 9.30pm with a fascinating array of traders offering tasty treats and drinks through to wonderful gifts, jewellery and clothing. Find traders on High Street, St Peter’s Hill, Narrow Westgate and St Wulfram’s Church including unusual History Heroes science based merchandise, cocktails and “mocktails” and even gourmet jacket potatoes. And the good news is that Saturday’s traditional market is open for business as usual until 2pm.
** How do they do that? Deborah Bull, a dancer for 20 years with the Royal Ballet, joins Dr Daniel Glaser at Grantham Guildhall and festival creative artists and scientists on Sunday morning for a special ‘Concept and Creativity’ debate on how to turn potential collaboration into reality. Deborah Bull, who is also delivering ‘The Dancer’s Brain’ in Grantham Guildhall and Dr Glaser will be representing Kings Cultural Institute from Kings College London - connecting the finest minds across academic research and cultural practice.
** Music to your ears - The Building of Ely: Cantata Eliensis’: exciting new festival work from three talented young composers. Sunday - St Wulfram’s Church, 4.30pm
** Metropolis: 1920s sci-fi film shown in the setting of St Wulfram’s Church - with three-hour music improvisation by Simon Johnson, organist and assistant director of music at St Paul’s Cathedral. Friday - St Wulfram’s Church, 6.45pm
Family Concert of Sci-Fi Film Music: family concert of favourite sci-fil film and TV tunes played on the organ of St Wulfram’s Church including Star Wars. Saturday, St Wulfram’s Church, 5pm.