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Farnham Maltings, Farnham

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Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
Farnham Maltings is a multi-faceted creative organisation that works with artists and communities to encourage the most people to make, see and enjoy the best art possible.
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  • Farnham Maltings is a really excellent exhibition space and they organise lots of different events during the year that encourage art and craft enthusiasts to visit and to buy. The exhibition spaces a...  read more »
  • A brilliant venue to see bands, arts, crafts etc etc. There is always something happening at the Maltings that would suit anyone. I have seen a few bands play here in the spacious theatre are and been...  read more »
  • Terrific choice of activities, great cafe, friendly volunteers and staff and very good value. Such a bonus for the town. 
  • Last Friday with some friends and family we visited Bishampton Villages Hall, Worcestershire to watch the Iranian Feast presentation. As an Iranian audience, I found the set decoration in the village hall for the occasion was very authentic, the guest tables had all been covered with Isfahan hand printed table cloths, a large samovar was brewing Persian tea that was served in small estekans to all guests, and in parallel a big pot of Aash Reshteh simmered on a cooker to be served to all in the Hall and complemented with dishes of Zeitoon Parvardeh. With regards to the play, all found the performance was to a high standard and in particular the interaction with the audience was very natural and very humorous. However, my concern was with the storyline. I found the raised issue and the consequential aftermath was not a true representation of Iranian life and culture. That was more a personal experience at a specific period of time that does not represent the norm and life in Iran. Especially when the play is named “Iranian Feast”, one expects to witness a more relevant story that is in line with the Iranian culture and hospitality. This is important especially for the audience who in general are not from Iran and wish to, however briefly, experience some true aspect of the Iranian culture.
  • Fantastic for crafts events & courses. 2 lovely cafes with great food at decent prices. It's mostly disabled friendly. Only negative is small amount of nearby parking especially disabled bays so it's difficult to park when big events are on there, but there's more parking dotted around the town, but that too can be difficult on busy days, so always best to get there early when big events are on.
  • Been here to give blood and to watch Stand Up. A great local theatre and events place. Lots of parking. Lots of community feeling. And a cat.
  • Lovely market with a variety of stalls and very friendly people
  • Simple venue for events. Bar really needs to move into 21st century and accept amex
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