Luke Elwes will give an informal talk about his work on Saturday 3 November at 12 noon. Entrance is free but numbers are limited. Continue reading
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Julian Bailey looks great in the Bridport Times October edition. His delicious paintings are showing here until 11 November Continue reading
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New paintings by Julian Bailey, Luke Elwes, Vanessa Gardiner and Janette Kerr with furniture by Petter Southall, sculpture and ceramics by leading artists and makers Continue reading
Sladers Jazz Club presents Alan Barnes (sax/clarinet), David Newton (piano), Ian Smith (trumpet) Saturday 20 October. Fantastic jazz musicians playing classics from the history of jazz in superb style with plenty of banter, anecdotes and laughter. Wonderful dinner. Continue reading
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Alex Lowery whose paintings are showing now in conversation with Sladers Yard Director Anna Powell in the Bridport Times. Continue reading
We are looking for someone who loves to cook and present delicious freshly made seafood, vegetarian and vegan lunches, cakes, breakfasts and cream teas… Continue reading
Three Cane Whale ‘At The Pictures’ project Acclaimed multi-instrumental acoustic trio perform live to 12 short films specially produced for them by filmmakers and visual artists in partnership with the 2017 Filmic Festival, St George’s Bristol and The Watershed. Friday … Continue reading
Jazz! Alan Barnes sax, Ian Smith trumpet and Denni Ilett guitar Saturday 23 June 8pm Continue reading
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Really looking forward to hearing Simon Quadrat talk about his own fascinating paintings and the pictures that have influenced him. His unique painting style has developed out of a deep knowledge and lifelong study of Modern British and European pre- and post-war Continue reading