Tenby Arts Festival 2016: Day Two: Sunday 25th September.
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 William:http://bit.ly/2aoZk1k , Phil Carradice: http://bit.ly/2aYINV5 , Jo Haammond:http://bit.ly/2b7nMqf and Sharon Jones: http://bit.ly/2bhZ9sa .And thanks to Thorne Moore for interviewing me: http://bit.ly/1VTvqGq
Honno/HonnoPress: http://bit.ly/2cfHkvO ,
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 the second day: Sunday 25th
Tenby at Dawn
A guided tour of how to take better pictures in Tenby harbour.
This free photography workshop is aimed at beginner level, although everyone is welcome.
Early start to catch the dawn light 06:30am – 08:30am
Meeting point: The Croft, opposite the Cliffe-Norton hotel
Finish point: Castle Hill.
Advice and tuition from a professional photographer on How To Take Better Pictures.
Bring warm clothing and a camera – digital, film or a phone.
Limited places. Book a place:
The Croft, opposite the Cliffe-Norton hotel 6.30am
Free ( Voluntary Donations to the RNLI)
A Special Service of Sung Eucharist to launch the Festival
All are welcome.
St Mary’s Church
A perennial favourite of the festival and a great way for parents and children to take part together. Your entry does not even have to be a castle. So get your creative juices working and come and have fun with bucket and spade. Who knows, you might even win a cash prize.
Judges will be the Mayor of Tenby and Mr Henry Gardiner.
11am – 2pm
It’s Where We Go
is a site-specific performance which explores the British seaside and the phenomenon of nostalgia, through live performance and audio. The audience are invited into a collective and personal journey, as they are given a pair of headphones and an audio device, which invites them into a curated collection of memories gathered from across the country, related to the seaside.
Incorporating both local themes and universal, the performance questions the notion of ‘The British Seaside’ as a recognisable neutral space as well as including specific stories from beaches all over the UK.
It’s Where We Go, celebrates personal, local and national identity and community, and the audience are invited to share their own memories on a postcard at the end of the performance, which leaves traces of their identity upon the place and within the collected archive of the performance.
The legacy that this creates will be available as an online public platform for further contribution, discovery and exploration.
Here is the link to the event:
11am – 2pm
Madi Stimpson Trio
Madi and his trio take you on a wide-genre-engaging journey via Django Reinhardt, Chet Atkins and Les Paul to some of Madi’s contemporaries, including Van Morrison, Moving Hearts and even a bit of Frank Zappa. Jazz, Roots & Boots, perhaps, but always engaging with awe inspiring musicianship.
All this and a delicious meal with views across the picturesque Tenby Harbour.
12 – 3pm
Tickets £15.00 in advance only from Fourcroft Hotel
Always popular, Poetry Please has become an established festival fixture.
You are invited to join us for a stimulating selection of poetry chosen and read by you. Bring your favourite poem, or write one for the occasion. Enjoy a coffee and cake as you are entertained in this attractive venue with its fine views across the harbour and out to sea.
Enquiries to: email@example.com