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It’s all going on in Warrington so check out the events listing below. If you have something going on in Warrington please submit your event here.

Roots Between the Tides: JAM remixes Warrington Museum

Roots Between the Tides: JAM remixes Warrington Museum

Friday 30 Sep 2016 - Saturday 30 Dec 2017, All Day

Free

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

Installation

Using a combination of techniques from photography, sculpture and archival research, JAM will ‘remix’ elements from Warrington, creating a hanging network of several hundred images from the Fish Gallery mezzanine. Navigate a web of interconnected stories with the binoculars provided.

Springwatch

Springwatch

Wednesday 22 Mar 2017 - Saturday 1 Jul 2017, All Day

Free

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

Display

Featuring spring themed objects from the collection, this small display also features excerpts from the notebooks of Linnaeus Greening, one of Warrington’s most famous naturalists, as well as photographs and memoirs of the local Natural History Society.

Warrington Noir

Warrington Noir

Saturday 29 Apr 2017 - Saturday 1 Jul 2017, 12:00am

Free

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

Display

In conjunction with the exciting ‘Hollywood comes to the Libraries’ photographic and cinema project being held across the borough, this small display explores the twin themes of cinema and crime in Warrington during the Film Noir period of the 1940s and 1950s.

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