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Palace Theatre, Newark, teams up with National Civil War Centre in patchwork project to mark centenary

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The Palace Theatre, Newark, has teamed up with the National Civil War Centre’s learning team in a new project to mark its centenary.

They are calling on crafters to help remember some special times from the theatre’s 100 years at centre stage in Newark by creating a new little piece of history through a community quilting project.

Patchwork Palace logo. (34316280)
Patchwork Palace logo. (34316280)

The Palace wants people to sew six-inch squares that will build up a picture of the front of the theatre, and others that illustrate past performances and the public’s memories.

The squares can be sewn in any method, from applique to cross stitch, tapestry, embroidery, machine stitched and more.

Participants can use materials they already have to hand and are welcome to put their own personality into their stitching.

Register your interest by emailing civilwarlearninguk@gmail.com

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