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Felix Tooth Exhibition

Felix Tooth, one of our Silver Arts Award members, has an exhibition at DesignerMakers 21 from Thursday 2 June - Saturday 25 June. Please come see and support his wonderful work. read more
Posted in Art, Arts Award

Luke Wright’s Stay-at-Home Dandy - a review

The Corn Hall’s quarterly Stand Up Poetry Club has been a show case for a delightfully eclectic selection of poets over the last few years. It’s perhaps fitting that, for the final session before the… read more
Posted in Comedy, Word

Kast off Kinks - a review

A curious hybrid of heritage and tribute acts has emerged over the last few years – bands made up of departed personnel from groups no longer with us. Bruce Foxton still plays music From the Jam,… read more
Posted in Music

A Strange Wild Song by Rhum and Clay - a review 

The Rhum and Clay Theatre Company use their considerable skills in physical theatre to tell the touching story of an American soldier, lost in a ruined French village, who befriends three children amongst the rubble.… read more
Posted in Theatre

Henning Wehn - Eins Zwei DIY - a review

Henning Wehn has carved himself a curious niche - as an oxymoronic German comedian in a country that prides itself on the quality of its stand up. Nicely riffing off the absurdity of such a… read more
Posted in Comedy

Bleak House - The Pantaloons Theatre Company - a review

Adaptation of beloved texts, particularly those from the sacred canon, can be a tricky business. Stray too far from the source material and the purists are offended. Adhere too closely and nothing but a dreary… read more
Posted in Theatre

Electric Swing Circus - a review

It was standing room only at the Corn Hall for the Electric Swing Circus’s infectious fusion of swing, break beat and house. With occasional nods to reggae and dubstep, their unique sound had the crowd… read more
Posted in Music

The Will Pound Band - a review 

Considering he is one of the best harmonica players on the planet, Will Pound seems a remarkably self-effacing man. Content for the most part to let his harmonica do the talking, audience chat took second… read more
Posted in Music

Marcus Brigstocke: Je M'accuse - I Am Marcus - a review

Marcus Brigstocke is a sneaky fellow. Instead of his signature splenetic diatribes, he teased his audience’s assumptions about the show they were getting, with the simple pleasures of daft voices and warm gel on the… read more
Posted in Comedy