Thornbury Arts Festival 2003 April 20 - April 29 2007

A varied and exciting programme is in prospect.

The Festival opens on Friday April 20th with The Ministry of Entertainment and their acclaimed comedy of life at the Seaside. Sir David Frost and celebrated saxophonist Andy Sheppard and Cascade visit in midweek and the Festival ends on a high with the welcome return visit of Barry Cryer. There is the usual full and varied programme in Festival Week and the Open Studios Arts Trail continues after the extraordinary success of its inaugural year

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DMVC - Perfect HarmonyHatstand sing the moviesAn Audience with Sir David FrostCascade - Folk, Jazz and Eastern InfluencesMrs Gerrish's Guesthouse for Weston Sands Good as New - Thurston's 1735  music Emily White and Musica Antiqua of DursleyBarry Cryer returns to Thornbury

Sponsors and acknowledgements

Festival Committee contacts  
Artistic Director    Barbara Ray 01454 412272
Chairman              John Smith           01454 885226

Box Office             Diana Jensen

01454 411695
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   Festival Highlights:
* Ministry of Entertainment with
   "Mrs Gerrish's Guesthouse"

* Dursley Male Voice Choir

   with Primavera Saxophone Quartet

* Musica Antiqua of Dursley
* Sir David Frost
* Andy Sheppard and Cascade
* John Thurston's Music
* Hatstand Opera
* Barry Cryer

From April 2nd, for Festival Tickets and Information
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Community Arts
The Festival encourages the community to be active in the Arts. Activities range from the Eisteddfod, the hot Bands Scene for young people, Poetry, Music and Artwork in the schools, a unique collaboration with the museum and folk musicians, to the Open Studios scheme when local Artists will be in attendance in their own studios.
FESTIVAL COMMITTEE: Ashley Bijster, Karen Blount, Chris Coppin (Treasurer), Sandra Doig (Secretary), Linda Evans, Diana Jensen (Deputy Artistic Director), Paul Morrish (Vice Chairman), Peter Minshall, Jane Parfitt, Phyllida Parsloe, Barbara Ray (Artistic Director), John Smith (Chairman), Tony Wilcock, Trish Wilcock,


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The Festival Committee is very grateful to the many Sponsors, supporters and volunteers without whose help the 2007 Festival could not take place.

Thanks............ To everyone making the 2007 Festival possible:
The Armstrong Hall Staff Brian Haley & his team Town Hall Staff
The Gazette Bristol Evening Post Thornbury Magazine Ltd
Alveston Helmet Oldbury 4-ward St. Mary Centre
Thornbury Museum

St. Mary's Church

The Lions club of Thornbury
The Hatch Community Judith Payne Paul Mason and Family
Terry Ray
....and all those patrons and friends who are contributing to the success of Festival 2007, by helping with the Box Office, stewarding the Events, and in so many other ways.
 
Acknowledgements. In addition to our sponsors associated with particular events in the programme, we would like to thank the following for their support.
South Gloucestershire Council
Thornbury Town Council
Thornbury Magazine Ltd.  
Thornbury Castle  

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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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