We are looking for someone with a passion for food to work alongside our top chef Joyti. It’s a hands-on role in a creative environment making wholesome dishes with flair.  We are also looking for someone sunny to work the tables in a part-time role. Email CV and cover letter to kitchen@artshopandchapel.co.uk

The Art Shop & Chapel are both closed again today. Hope to be back open on Tuesday…

..with our current exhibition ‘Too far for you to see’ by KUMAR SARAFF  upstairs at The Art Shop …and we are looking forward to our next concert THE FRADLEY PIANO TRIO playing at the Chapel on Friday 9th March. Concert tickets can be bought online and if you would like art materials they are also available online to be posted or picked up from The Art Shop on our return.

Meanwhile stay safe and warm!

Choose from our full selection of delectable Franchi seeds at the Chapel.

Salads, herbs and vegetables: from padron peppers to purslane and chard to chicory – plan your planting from our in-house calendar and and you will soon be reaping the rewards on your plate!

£2.35 per packet.

The first of our series of Spring concerts at the Chapel…

ABERGAVENNY CHAMBER MUSIC – THE BUCKNALL TRIO

Friday 19th January 7.30pm

Nicholas Bucknall (clarinet) Francis Bucknall (cello) David Elwin (piano)

A veritable feast of music for all tastes. Performed in a hall almost perfect for chamber music.

 

This concert will prove to be the best yet in respect of programme and artists. Starting with a Hayden Piano Sonata, it will be followed by Beethoven’s delightful upbeat Trio Opus 11 for clarinet, cello and piano. In the second half, Mansel Thomas who lived locally is featured with a piece for cello and piano and as a grand finale, Brahms’ epic Trio for clarinet, cello and piano. Read more on our events page

Tickets on sale now £12 available at both venues and online. Why not make an evening of it and book a Pre-Concert Supper at the Chapel Kitchen.

We have closed for our annual break.

Both our venues will re-open on Thursday 4th January 2018

Now we will be able to spend time with our families and enjoy the Christmas festivities, and we hope you do too!

See you all in the new year.

…from Pauline and all at THE ART SHOP & CHAPEL

Decorated Christmas Branches  

Pick big branches of fine beech for your home. Festoon with satin, silk and velvet ribbons in plum, ruby and burnt orange and trim with gilded leaves and stars. Once Christmas is over all of your buds will open to welcome spring.  £12-15 from the Chapel

Anything can be exponentially improved with lavish papers and ribbons. Khadi Lokta Papers are handmade in the Himalayan foothills and come in natural and jewel colours. This year we love burnt oranges and Indian pinks. Swathe in ruched ribbons. Ribbons from 65p a metre.  Khadi Lokta Paper £1

Gild anything with Rub ‘n Buff carnuba wax pigment, which looks as close to the real thing as anything we’ve found and is a joy to apply with a brush, cloth or even just your finger. Rub ‘n Buff Metallic Wax Base Tube £7.49  

Create stars, wreaths and hearts out of green branches from your garden and hang with fairy lights to create an understated magical effect.