We wrote about the wonderful Ashburton Arts Centre back in October 2020 and director Andy Williamson explained why the venue was so loved by performers. The Tinners Moon Festival, which had had to be cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, is in full swing right now and you really shouldn’t miss the opportunity to dip into its rich smorgasbord of events.
I am definitely up for the talk on Dartmoor’s ancient tracks on Thursday April 28 and I may try stepping out of my musical preference bubble to listen to New Folk singer and multi-instrumentalist, Nick Hart (tonight at the time of writing). Look out for a review!
The Arts have had a tough time and venues have been hit especially hard. That motto – “Use it or lose it” was never more apposite.
So why not remind yourselves of the pleasure of a live performance and grab a (very reasonably priced) ticket for one of the gigs or talks?
Visit www.tinnersmoon.co.uk for details
- Sat 23 April Nick Hart (New Folk)
- Sun 24 April Hugh Pascal Quartet ( Trumpet-led jazz)
- Mon 25 April Adam Sweet & Vince Lee’s Big Combo (Blues)
- Thu 28 April Talk: Ancient Tracks on Dartmoor – Emma Cunis
- Fri 29 April Film: Mothering Sunday (15)
- Sat 30 Apr & Sun 1 May The Days by Theo Clinkard (Contemporary Dance)
- Sun 1 May Volo Trio: Nightingales and Fairytales (classical)
- Wed 4 May Blood Tales (Drama – play)
- Fri 6 May The Scribes (Rap, beat-box)
- Sat 7 May ADGA Spring Plant and Flower Sale
- Sat 7 May Joanna Neary: Wife On Earth (comedy, 12+)
- Sun 8 May Joanna Neary: Stinky McFish and The Worlds Worst Witch (guide age 4-8)
- Sun 8 May Souls & Cells (Contemporary Dance)