WHERE can you find Botticelli and Bernard Shaw, Cosi fan tutte and Copernicus, Tutankhamun and Toulouse-Lautrec in the same place?
The answer is in the latest programme of courses from the Workers Educational Association (WEA) in Marlow and Henley.
Between September this year and June 2015, the WEA is running 14 courses in Marlow and Henley that cover literature and science, art and architecture, music and history.
Marlow branch chair Sue Mahoney said: “Earlier this year, the two long-established WEA branches decided to work together to offer an expanded programme of courses with something for everyone.
“We have planned our new programme to appeal to people of all ages and stages in life. Whether you are retired, working part-time or at home caring for children or relatives, a WEA course is a stimulating and sociable way to get out of the house.”
The WEA exists to provide high quality learning opportunities for adults from all walks of life. No qualifications or subject knowledge is necessary.
Marlow’s centre is based at Liston Hall on Chapel Road, with Henley classes taking place at Christ Church Centre, Reading Road and Hannen Room, Mill Green, Station Road, Wargrave.
For more information and a course leaflet, contact Sue Mahoney on 01628 810341. Booking opens in July online at www.wea.org.uk or 0800 328 1060. Early booking is advised.