As usual our Book Fair is part of the Tenby Arts Festival . We’re at Church House on the first day, Saturday 24th September, between 11am – 3pm and it’s free to come in and chat with all the authors and publishers.
Here’s our line up:
Rebecca Bryn: http://bit.ly/1XYWbtF, Thorne Moore: http://bit.ly/1P6zDQh Matt Johnson:http://bit.ly/1RUqJFg , Christoph Fischer: http://bit.ly/1svniAr , Sally Spedding: http://bit.ly/1VNRQci, Wendy Steele: http://bit.ly/1PMoF8i ,Kathy MIles: http://bit.ly/1twN3Bg , Graham Watkins: http://bit.ly/2aEgwRv , Carol Lovekin:http://bit.ly/1Y2z6HT, Colin R Parsons:http://bit.ly/1tvBc5G , Lisa Shambrook: http://bit.ly/28NMI5v: ,Alex Martin: http://bit.ly/28VLsQG , Judith Arnopp: http://bit.ly/290cJMl , Sharon Tregenza:http://bit.ly/29frGPq Juliet Greenwood:http://bit.ly/29jylrM , Nigel Williams:http://bit.ly/29racfO , Julie McGowan:http://bit.ly/29CHNa9 , John Nicholl:http://bit.ly/29NtdtX ,Tony Riches: http://bit.ly/29y3a8k: ,Wendy White: http://bit.ly/29TMCpY ,Angela Fish:http://bit.ly/2a5qY2U David Thorpe:http://bit.ly/2a9uG0V , Eloise Williams:http://bit.ly/2aoZk1k , Phil Carradice: http://bit.ly/2aYINV5 , Jo Hammond:http://bit.ly/2b7nMqf, Sarah Jane Butfield: http://bit.ly/2cKQ3Xs and Sharon Jones: http://bit.ly/2bhZ9sa .And thanks to Thorne Moore for interviewing me: http://bit.ly/1VTvqGq
Cambria Publishing Co-operative: Cambria Publishing Co-operative
Showboat tv will be there to video the event http://showboat.tv/
And here are the events of Day Five:
Tenby Heritage Day
10.00 A walk and talk concerning the history of Tenby’s Lifeboat Houses. The starting point is the newest
11.30 See inside Tenby’s oldest buildings – the Plantagenet Restaurant and the Tudor Merchant’s House
13.00 Guided tour of St Mary’s Church – one of the most important medieval churches in Wales
14.00 Town Walls – visit the usually inaccessible parts of the town walls including the Mayor’s Parlour, Five Arches, and roof terrace of the Imperial Hotel
15.00 Town Walls – a second opportunity to explore the town walls
16.00 Harbour Brewery and Regeneration of Sergeants Lane – visit the brewery for a taste and a ‘sesswn’ followed by readings – prose and poetry about Tenby
17.00 Tudor Merchant’s House – enjoy a costume guided tour of this medieval town house
19.00 Ghost Walk ‘Tales and Traditions’ – Tenby Town Trails
All Day Tenby Museum and Art Gallery – ‘If Walls Could Talk’ – a pictorial record of the town walls
Tenby Heritage Day is a partnership promotion by Tenby Arts Festival, Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, Tenby Civic Society, Tenby Trails, and Tenby Chambers of Trade and Tourism
A reading of poetry from Brother David’s new collection.
Br David Hodges is a monk at the Cistercian Abbey on Caldey Island, off Tenby. He is novice master and librarian and also grows herbs and lavender. He has taught monastic theology and spirituality at university level. Before entering the Abbey, he practised as a solicitor in Basingstoke, having read law and economics at Trinity College, Cambridge. His poetry has been published widely in journals, anthologies and broadcast on BBC Radio. On the Seventh Wave is his seventh book and will not be available on Amazon! (www.davidhodgespoetry.co.uk)
The Oriel Duo
Lucy Hewson and Imogen Windsor
Piano and Violin
Lucy Hewson, violin
Lucy Hewson took her undergraduate degree at Royal Holloway, University of London before completing her postgraduate studies with Simon Fischer at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and with Clare Thompson at Trinity Laban, where she gained an MMus in performance. After experiencing a decade of exciting orchestral work based around London, she now lives in Bath and is much in demand as a freelance violinist across the South West.
Lucy enjoys exploring and performing chamber music with the Oriel Piano Trio, Woodbury String Quartet and as a duo with Imogen Windsor. She works regularly for the Bristol based Lochrian Ensemble, recently appearing on Songs of Praise and also with the Pump Room Trio, Bath. Amongst other ensembles, she has worked for D’Oyly Carte Opera, Carl Rosa Opera, English National Ballet, English Sinfonia, played in the West End, recorded with Robbie Williams, toured the USA with London City Opera and performed on the QE2. More unusual jobs have included working for barn dance band Fougere Rouge, performing with Roni Size and Reprazent and arranging pop and world music for singer, violin, guitar and percussion. Lucy also plays viola and baroque violin.
Imogen Windsor, piano
Imogen studied the piano with Rosemarie Wright at the Royal Academy of Music (Junior Dept) then, after gaining a BA(Hons.) degree in Philosophy from York University, she continued her piano studies with James Gibb. She is a chamber musician, accompanist and piano teacher based in Bath, and she performs regularly across the UK. Since 2009 she has worked with the Oriel Piano Trio, giving recitals at Tenby Arts Festival (2012), Brighton’s Chapel Royal (yearly from 2009-2013), Shelsley Beauchamp Concert Series (2009, 2011) and Bath’s Holburne Museum (2011). She also performs with Lucy Hewson as a violin & piano duo, most recently for Bristol Cathedral’s Lunchtime Recital Series (April 2016) and again for Shelsley Beauchamp in 2014. She plays regularly with the Pump Room Trio and, whilst living in Brighton from 2001-2005, she founded, ran, and performed in the Sussex Soloists Concert Series, a series of Brighton-based chamber recitals.
She currently works as a piano teacher and accompanist at Prior Park College, having previously taught at the Junior LCM in London, Roedean School and Wells Cathedral School. She has been adjudicating for the Mid Somerset Festival since 2008, and is also one of the Festival’s official accompanists.
As well as working with choirs – performing in large-scale choral works such as Goodall’s Eternal Light and Rossini’s Messe Solenelle – Imogen also works with opera societies (most recently Bath Opera), both as repetiteur and in performances as Musical Director.
Oriel Duo will play pieces by Fauré, Mozart, Messiaen and Piazzolla.
St Mary’s Church
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