Join us at the Dartmouth Apprentice on Saturday 5th February, 6-8pm.
Art has been donated by; Simon Drew, Paul Barclay, Kate Marshall, Simon Hart, Andras Kaldor, Paul Riley, James Stewart, Blown, Commerce, Coombe Gallery, D'Art Gallery, Glass!!, Pennyfarthing Antiques, Triton Gallery & Whitesails.
All art is currently exhibited at the Flavel alongside the illustrations of the three short-listed POOL designs proposed the bidding Architects. So take a look at them & then question the Architects on Saturday evening as they will be there at the auction.
Also, if you'd like to stay out for dinner the Apprentice will be donating £5 from each dinner bought after the auction to the DIP Trust
PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDOOR POOL..... www.thedip.org.uk
Bramley Apple Week 2011 takes place between 6-13 February and is a celebration of the versatility of the world’s best cooking apple.
Alf's are going to be producing lots of lovely apple treats including apple & cinnamon crunch cake, Piers whipping up his yummy apple tarts and our weekly homemade soup including apple as well.
For more information on Bramleys and other events & ideas go to www.bramleyapples.co.uk or www.bramleykids.com
Love The Coast is a celebration of coastal living inspired by life on the water by Dartmouth photographer Carole Hart-Fletcher.
The collection includes 20 iconic images reflecting Carole's passion and respect for the light, colour and beauty of coastal towns, the rivers, beaches and the people...
Carole also runs the Love The Coast Photographic Competition for local children.
Contact Carole through her website www.gallerycoast.com
Come & enjoy mini chocolate heart cakes with your coffee (for the boys & girls!), heart biscuits & will you be lucky enough to receive a kiss under our giant heart?!
Looking for something to finish off half term with....
Well, this could be it; The Night Time Whisperers production & free workshop is coming to Dartmouth Flavel Centre on Saturday 26th February, half term.
This interactive session, for young people aged 8+ years, will allow participants to learn the secrets of the puppeteer, dance and theatre techniques at the free workshop before sitting down to enjoy a top level professional performance.
Fast moving, poignant and full of special effects, participants are taken on the journey of a boy who discovers his subconscious mind through his imagination and dreams. When Tom hurts his toys he doesn’t sleep well, he is whisked away by the mischievous Night Time Whisperers who teach him a lesson he never forgets.
Directed by Belinda Chapman, former winner of the Arts Foundation, contributing artists include Oscar winning composer Steven Warbeck, Globe musician Sarah Homer, and set designer Fiona Chivers. This is in addition to the cast of professional leading West End performers.
Children aged 8+ and their families are very welcome to come along for an inspiring afternoon of dance, life music and puppetry from an award winning team of performers.
Performance Tickets available from the The Flavel on 01803 839530
£9 adult, £7 children, £25 family ticket