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Early-bird ticket sale ends Wed 31 August

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The Early-bird ticket sale for Wizardry in Wood 2016 ends at midnight Wed 31 August.

Don’t miss this opportunity to save up to 25% on Standard single  tickets.

The Early-bird tickets are £8 Single and £15 Double.

Buy directly from the Wizardry in Wood page on Eventbrite.

There are no surcharges – the prices above are what you pay.

BUY TICKETS NOW AT EARLY-BIRD PRICES

Tickets on sale now

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Purchase your tickets for Wizardry in Wood and take advantage of the Early-Bird discount.

2016 competitions registration now available

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Louise Hibbert orange-and-black-salt-and-pepper-mills, sycamore, brass
Louise Hibbert orange and black salt and- pepper mills, sycamore, brass

WIZARDRY IN WOOD   12-15 Oct 2016, Carpenters’ Hall, London

Wizardry in Wood will present beautiful and extraordinary works demonstrating their makers’ mastery of the art and craft of woodturning.

The exhibition will feature works by over 60 contemporary turners and two extensive curated collections of outstanding modern and historical pieces. Live demonstrations of the craft will he held every day and there will also be short guided talks of the exhibition. Entries and winners of the Turners’ Company 2016 Competitions will also be on display.

Many beautiful works will be on sale at Wizardry in Wood and many of the wordturners taking part will also be available each day to show and discuss their work.

Wizardry in Wood is held in the spectacular and spacious Carpenters’ Hall in the heart of the City of London.

The Worshipful Company of Turners would like to invite both professional and amateur woodturners to register their interest in its 2016 competitions at Carpenters’ Hall in the City of London. Also supporting junior turners in schools and colleges, it is the largest of its kind in Europe with entries from the UK and abroad.

Register your interest in entering the 2016 competitions here.

Exhibitor list to be announced soon

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The exhibition will feature works by over 30 contemporary turners and two extensive curated collections of outstanding modern and historical pieces. Live demonstrations of the craft will he held every day and guided talks given to visitors.

The Turners’ Company also holds biennial Turning Competitions. These were part of Wizardry in Wood 2008 and 2012 and will also form part of Wizardry in Wood 2016.