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REVIEW FOR CARA DILLON – by Charlotte Rhodes

REVIEW FOR CARA DILLON – by Charlotte Rhodes

Nothing puts the cherry on top of a beautiful day in Thornbury quite like an entertaining evening, and Thornbury Arts Festival have triumphed again, in the form of Cara Dillon and her musical accomplices Sam Lakeman and Niall Murphy. From the moment the trio walked on stage, their calm demeanor, drew you in and had […]

SWING BACK TO THE 40s REVIEW by James Page

SWING BACK TO THE 40s REVIEW by James Page

Thornbury Swing Band lit up the Armstrong Hall during the town’s Arts Festival thanks to a brilliantly performed set packed with favourites from the 1930s and beyond. Musical director and trombone player Chris White-Horne admitted that some of their choices stretched the wartime theme somewhat – at one point, they ventured into the 1960s with […]

‘OH GOODY’ REVIEW by Phyl Dykes

‘OH GOODY’ REVIEW by Phyl Dykes

Thornbury Arts Festival   ‘Oh Goody’   15.04.2016 Most certainly ‘Oh Goody’ got the 2016 Festival off to a good start, indeed a very good start. With almost a full house and a relaxed, eloquent performer in Tim Brooke-Taylor OBE, the audience could happily succumb to a thoroughly engaging and entertaining evening. Tim was most […]

Knitty Knatters have done it again with Woolbury Article from Thornbury Gazette A KNITTING group from Thornbury has taken on the challenge to recreate the town’s high street from wool. The aptly-named “Woolbury” was started by the Knit and Knatter group last September as a long-term project ahead of the Thornbury Arts Festival which starts […]