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Active and In Touch’s Portrayal of a Pandemic captures the imagination

ACTIVE and In Touch’s art exhibition, ‘Portrayal of a Pandemic’, opened last week to rave reviews. And the exhibition, at Black Swan Arts’ Round Tower gallery has proved so popular…

Fun for all at next week’s carnival fun day!

FROME Street Carnival is hosting a fundraising fun day next week which is jam-packed full of fun for all the family. The free event in Victoria Park will be held…

Chocolate Festival returns this year

THE much loved Frome Chocolate Festival is set to return, after last year’s hiatus. Organisers say, “Rediscover a world of food and drink fascination at Frome’s Chocolate Festival, which is set…

From scrumpy to cider…

EVERY self-respecting Somersetian should know their apples and when it comes to cider there’s no better guide than James Crowden.  So Winstone’s Hunting Raven Books is delighted to be hosting…

Local artist’s lockdown phenomena comes to the Merlin Theatre

LOCAL artist, Liv Torc, is bringing her lockdown art project to the stage next week at the Merlin. ‘Haiflu Ever After’ – inspired by Liv’s ‘Project Haiflu’- uses, photography, personal…

Children’s activities at the Merlin

THE Merlin has plenty to do for children and families over the next couple of months, whether taking part or sitting back and watching! With drama groups, live theatre, and…

Opera and picnic

MIDSOMER Choral Society returns to St Andrew’s Church, Mells, next week with professional soloists and Baroque orchestra to perform Handel’s little opera ‘Acis & Galatea’. About the performance on Sunday…

Batcombe Film Society returns

A NEW season of films hosted by the Batcombe Film Society begins next week. The film society reports, “We begin a new season on Friday 24th September with the story of…

Country Market ‘pops’ back this weekend

FROME Country Market is making a return this week as a ‘pop-up market’ in Great Elm Hall. “Regretfully Frome Country Market, which started over 60 years ago, has stopped trading…

New concert series at Christchurch

CLASSICAL piano trio, ‘Trio Paradis’, have begun a new series of lunchtime concerts at Christ Church. The concerts, which feature Jacquelyn Bevan on piano, Lisa Betteridge on violin and Linda…

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