Wednesday 7th October 2015


19 - Poetry Competition

12:15pm Lunchtime Series - Marden House - Admission £3 (Friends free, £1 children)

With Music from David Bevan and Glenis Ansell
Winners of the Festival Poetry Competition are invited to read their poems and receive their certificates at this poetry and music event. Music will be provided by David Bevan and Glenis Ansell who join together once more for a short programme of piano duets. David is the organist at St Mary’s Church and has always been a great supporter of the festival as an accompanist and a soloist with his organ recitals. Glenis has contributed to the Festival for several years both as a performer and a member of the committee. For the last 3 years she has been Festival Chairman. We hope you will enjoy 4 hands at the piano.

Light lunches are served following this concert


20 - Piano Recital- Jacob Byrne

7:30pm - Marden House - Admission £8 (£6 Friends, £1 children)

Jacob Byrne is a local pianist making a welcome return to the Festival after a highly successful lunchtime concert last year. He has recently completed a degree in French and Linguistics at Lancaster University whist maintaining a busy schedule of musical engagements, performing as a concert pianist across the South West and further afield. This year his programme will feature works by Chopin, Haydn, Brahms, Gershwin and Howard Blake.


21 - SupaNova Community Choir

9:30pm CODA - Marden House - Admission Free

Your local ladies singing group SupaNova are delighted to be entertaining you this evening. They energetically burst into song with a colourful, eclectic repertoire of melodies. You can relax to the classics, toe-tap to pop, reminisce to folk and do anything else to anything else. Come and enjoy a SupaNova burst of energy!