Thornbury Arts Festival 2003   May 9 - May 17 2003

Linda Evans our Artistic Director and her team have completed the programme for the 2003 Thornbury Arts Festival.

A varied and exciting programme is in prospect, the full Festival Guide is now available from Thornbury Town Hall, Thornbury Library and other public places.

    

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Scarfe on the road - 9th MayJacqueline Dankworth -10 MayEric Knowles 12 MayKate Radmilovic & Ulrich Wand - 16 May

 

For Festival Tickets
RING 01454 411695
(from 7 April)

   Festival Highlights:
* Gerald Scarfe presents
    "Scarfe on the Road"
* Jacqueline Dankworth
     and Field of Blue
* Eric Knowles with
    "Antiques Antics"
* Captain Corelli's Mandolin -
    a novel musical reading
* Ian Tracey at the URC Organ
* Kate Radmilovic
    and Ulrich Wand   
"An evening of Opera"
* The Charleston Chasers -
    20's Music and Dance
Festival Committee contacts  
Artistic Director    Linda Evans 01454 413887
Chairman              Jeanette Lewis 01454 415860

Box Office             Diana Jensen

01454 411695
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Community Arts
The Festival encourages the community to be active in the Arts. Activities range from the Eisteddfod and the current music scene, for young people, to presentations on Tyntesfield and an antiques roadshow. Other musical events include a celebration of the new organ at the URC in Thornbury to a 20's evening of Charleston music to listen to, and perhaps, to dance to.
FESTIVAL COMMITTEE: Daniel Budd, Chris Coppin (Treasurer), Peter Dobbins, Linda Evans (Artistic Director), Diana Jensen (Deputy Artistic Director), Jeanette Lewis (Chairman), Paul Morrish (Vice-Chairman), Dick Paine, Barbara Ray (Secretary), John Smith, Ann Walker. Honorary Member: George Excell.

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The Festival Committee is very grateful to the many Sponsors, supporters and volunteers without whose help the Festival could not take place.

Thanks............ To everyone who made this year's Festival possible:
The Armstrong Hall Staff Savage, Bracher & Co. Bonds of Thornbury
The Castle School The Sheiling School Tesco
Brian Haley & his team Bristol Evening Post Tony Wilcock & his team
Alveston Helmet

The Gazette

Thornbury Magazine Ltd.
Oldbury 4-ward Jean Owen Safeway
Judith Payne Town Council Staff Derek Seward
NGM - The Caedmon Complex The United Reformed Church Thornbury Terry Ray
Paul Mason and Family  
All patrons and friends who are contributing to the success of Festival 2003, by helping with the Box Office, stewarding the Exhibitions and in many other ways.
 
Acknowledgements........... In addition to our sponsors associated with particular events we would like to thank the following for their support:
South Gloucestershire Council
Thornbury Town Council
for grants
The Thornbury Magazine for supporting all the lunchtime events
The Armstrong Trust for piano hire

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Cancellation policy
Every effort is made to check the accuracy of the information supplied and the details of the Festival programme as published; all Festival bookings are made in good faith therefore no liability can be accepted for the cancellation or non-appearance of listed programme events or named participants, beyond refund of the price of admission.


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