Sunday 12th October 2014


29 - Festival Evening Service

6.00pm - St Mary's Church, Calne - Admission Free

Preacher: The Bishop of Salisbury, Rt Rev’d Nicholas Holtam.
Bishop Nicholas was previously vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields, one of the country’s most famous parish churches with a vital ministry amongst the homeless as well as being an important centre for music and arts in our capital city.

All welcome.



30 - Festival Finale

7.30 pm - Marden House - £7; £5 Friends; £1 Children

Calne Jazz Club presents Medicine Creek

Medicine Creek have been plying their whisky-soaked brand of bluegrass and Americana since getting together in Bristol in 2010 and have played at several major UK festivals, including Glastonbury, Beach Break and Shambala. The group - comprising Nuala Honan (vocals, guitar and harmonica); Aaron Catlow (violin, vocals, stomp box and harmonica); Dorian Sutton (double bass and vocals) - has gained a cult following for their adrenaline-fuelled live act and gospel-flavoured harmonies.

The evening will include the announcement of prize winners and a closing speech by the Festival President, and then jazz music  with James Harpham on piano and Medicine Creek’s Dorian Sutton on double bass

The Festival Finale is sponsored by Chilvester Financial