|Museums, theatres and galleries
The Arts play a special role in Harlow's life. Harlow pioneered the use
of sculpture in public spaces, and the town itself is effectively a gallery
displaying works by Moore, Frink, Hepworth, Rodin and other leading
artists in the open air. There is even a Rodin outside a local superstore.
There is a thriving artistic scene with theatres, galleries and art centres.
The Gibberd Garden is internationally renowned, and Parndon Mill is a
centre for craft and creative activities. The Playhouse has a year-round
programme of theatre, ballet, dance, music and comedy to cater for the
interests of the whole community, and the The Square is a lively
performing space for new music.
For a selection of locations see below.
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The Gibberd Garden
2. Bishops Stortford
Arts Theatre - Cambridge
Cambridge and County Folk Museum
Cambridge Contemporary Art
Cambridge Museum of Technology
The Fitzwilliam Museum
Kettle's Yard Museum and Gallery
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Museum of Classical Archaeology
New Hall Art Collection
Scott Polar Research Institute
Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences
University Museum of Zoology
Whipple Museum of the History of Science
Civic theatre - Chelmsford
Lakeside Theatre - Colchester
Mercury Theatre - Colchester
Imperial War Museum
7. Newmarket National Stud
8. Stansted Mountfitchet
Stansted Mountfitchet castle
House on the Hill Toy Museum
9. Walthamstow, London
William Morris Gallery