Monthly Archives: September 2017

Photomarathon Results!

You can now experience the results of last weekend’s Photomarathon which is a novel open event for anyone interested in photography and creativity. Entrants had the task to take 8 photos on 8 themes in 8 hours. The exhibition of the submissions is now on at the Wiveliscombe Communtiy Centre and the winner will be… Continue Reading »

Folk talent tonight – The Askew Sisters

Emily and Hazel Askew are fast becoming one of the most popular and respected duos on the English Folk Scene. They will perform tonight at Cotleigh Brewery from 8pm. Tickets on the door or from David Bond on 01984 623308 or email – price £12/ concessions £10

Louis and the Iguanas

SKA, Soul, Reggae, Funk along with a superb atmosphere is promised tonight at the Victoria Rooms Milverton with ten piece band Louis and the Iguanas. The band played at this venue in June and was so successful this repeat performance was planned – a bar will be provided. Tickets available on the door at just… Continue Reading »

Raddington Candlelight Concert

The beautiful remote St Michael’s Church, Raddington features again at the 10 Parishes Festival following it’s first series of concerts in the 2015 festival. Tonight sees the Clayhanger String Quartet with soprano Alison Routh who will sing masterpieces of English song, framed by Haydn and Schubert quartets.   Tickets £15 including interval refreshments from Ray… Continue Reading »

The Photomarathon

The Photomarathon is an exciting new concept at the 10 Parishes Festival this year – part one taking place today, Sunday 10th September. It’s a challenge – participants have to take 8 photos of 8 topics in the correct order over an 8-hour period (10am-5pm). HQ for Photomarathon participants will be The Wiveliscombe House (at the Square). Cost… Continue Reading »

Rupert Gatfield

Rupert Gatfield is a painter and drawer inspired by form and colour. Drawing on a personal mythology and symbolism, he sets out to both seduce and confound the viewer, embracing precision with abandon. Rupert’s studio is open both weekends of the festival from 11am-6pm at Watch Cottage, Maundown TA4 2HN

The First Drip

Philip Moore of Mdesign is exhibiting work created for Castle Drogo, National Trust, Dartmoor . The First Drip AKA ‘the drip the broke the Castles back’ is centre piece representing the castle’s 100year battle with the Dartmoor elements. Also featuring; Radio Char Char presented by Drogo’s resident DJ Dudley Sideboard, and the Hydrophone – ‘water in… Continue Reading »