Events

8th September 1995 at 01:00
SEPTEMBER 12-OCTOBER 30 MAGNUM CINEMA

Fred Astaire being shown by Richard Avedon how to act like a photographer on the film set of Funny Face, Marilyn Monroe, Ingrid Bergman, Gary Cooper, Clark Gable, John Huston and Orson Welles are among the actors and directors featured in this free photographic exhibition in the Royal Festival Hall's ballroom, South Bank, London SE1. It provides perspectives rarely glimpsed in publicity photos and staged images. Details: 0171 928 8800.

SEPTEMBER 14-DECEMBER 17 THIRTY YEARS OF NORTHERN YOUNG CONTEMPORARIES

Anniversary exhibition celebrating the history and achievements of the annual NYC show, a showcase for art school talent over the last 30 years. It highlights the work of those who have gone on to greater things. Free admission. Details: 0161 273 5958.

SEPTEMBER 21 (2-5 PM) AND 23 (10 AM-1 PM) GEOGRAPHY (KEY STAGE 3) INSET SUPPORT

Workshops organised by and held at Development Education Centre, 998 Bristol Road, Birmingham, which will include an in-service pack based on DEC's new "Developing Geography: Ghana" classroom resources. Details: Ina Clason, 0121 472 3255.

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