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The Festival takes place annually at Highlands Methodist Church, Sutherland Boulevard, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex SS9 3PT and Leigh Road Baptist Church, Marguerite Drive, Leigh-on-Sea, SS9 1NN The object of the Festival shall be to advance the education of the public in the Art, and in particular the Arts of Music, Singing and Drama, by the promoting of annual competitions. FESTIVAL DATES AND VENUES FOR 2017 Wind & Brass 4th, 5th, 6th, & 7th May (Brass evening Thursday 4th May) at Highlands…Find out more »
Weird and Wonderful Wood is a back for another year at Haughley Park in the heart of Suffolk on 13th and 14th May. Each year this event attracts over 8000 visitors from far and wide. Over 120 talented artists and crafts people come from all over the country exhibiting all the amazing uses of wood. Demonstrations include carving, sculpture, fine furniture making, displays by traditional fletchers, hurdle making, pole lathe turning, labyrinth making as well as traditional gypsy caravan displays.…Find out more »
As we drift along the current of life we are shaped by the humans we encounter. Headlining the iconic Adnams Spiegeltent is the latest show from Casus - one of Australia’s most exciting contemporary circus companies. Driftwood is a colourful concoction of explosive encounters, hidden looks, and humorous discoveries featuring incredible aerial hoop, rope and swings and impressive acrobalance. **** ‘stripped back circus skills that are both breathtakingly beautiful and eye-wateringly difficult’ The Scotsman Shows at 7.30pm & Sunday show…Find out more »
For information about PULSE Festival Ipswich, see this link: www.grapevinelive.co.uk/2017/01/27/pulse-festivalFind out more »
...or to give it it's full title: "The Seventieth Aldeburgh Festival of Music and the Arts" More echoes of the past are woven into the Festival, with performances of five Britten works that were premiered at Snape. We also celebrate the present with a host of new music and three featured composers – Olga Neuwirth, Jörg Widmann and Bill Fontana – with sound artist Fontana creating a new installation inspired by Snape’s industrial heritage and natural environment. The Festival’s sense of theatre is on view as we invite you to…Find out more »
Enjoy Shakespeare's comedy 'As You Like It' on the back lawn of Abbot's Hall this JuneFind out more »
Celebrating everything that is great about the fun, irreverent, entertaining tradition of East Anglian storytelling! This year we are reaching out further across East Anglia going across the border into Norfolk at The Locks Inn Geldeston a fine pub with a great folk art tradition. There will be local, national and international stories for young and old celebrating and promoting storytelling as a thriving, modern, vibrant art, that is accessible and relevant to all. There will be a three day…Find out more »
We anticipate that we will be open for applications for an art stall from February 28th. The cost of a stall will be £60. From the opening date you will be able to apply using the Take Part page on the website. Art on the Prom is a free community event organised by a small group of volunteers. We are grateful to them and to our sponsors for their backing. If you would like to be part of the great…Find out more »
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