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Doubt – Have we something some wrong?

Doubt – Have we something some wrong?

I work for The Last Baguette theatre company. My name is Sidney. Or maybe I should say it seems that I am The Last Baguette theatre company. One half of Last’s organisation. 1 sixth of its artistic content. Less than 1 tenth of its musical abilities. It is wonderful to have an organisation to defend … Continue reading

Guest blog: Lynsey Docherty, professional opera singer and artistic director/founder of Celebrate Voice, reflects on the community music opportunities that the professional music festival provides

Guest blog: Lynsey Docherty, professional opera singer and artistic director/founder of Celebrate Voice, reflects on the community music opportunities that the professional music festival provides

“In the beginning was the voice. Voice is sounding breath, the audible sound of life” – Otto Jespersen Celebrate Voice is a multi-genre singing festival in Salisbury, celebrating world-class vocalists and involving an entire community. The 10-day singing celebration, takes place in October half-term, and features UK and international leading opera, jazz, music theatre and … Continue reading

Guest Blog: An insight into our working practices towards a curated show at The Pound Arts Centre, Corsham – Melissa Cole, Sculptor and Jonathan Mansfield, Landscape Painter

Guest Blog: An insight into our working practices towards a curated show at The Pound Arts Centre, Corsham – Melissa Cole, Sculptor and Jonathan Mansfield, Landscape Painter

We are two Wiltshire-based artists who have been brought together by Fiona Cassidy, curator at The Pound Arts Centre, for an exhibition of sculpture and painting: Ancient Landscapes: New Lines – complementing the Salisbury Museum summer 2017 initiative of celebrating British Art: Ancient Landscapes which is an exhibition that runs to 3 September 2017 at Salisbury Museum … Continue reading

Guest blog: No Added Sugar deliver their one thousandth project and tell us how they have created and run a successful arts business

Guest blog: No Added Sugar deliver their one thousandth project and tell us how they have created and run a successful arts business

Our One Thousandth Project and our 16 year journey. No Added Sugar is a specialist participatory arts organisation managed by professional artists Toni and Gordon Dickinson. Our mission is to promote inclusion and provide creative opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. We provide platforms for participants to realise their untapped creative potential through … Continue reading