Well, on Saturday night - for one night only - Bristol’s ss Great Britain became a ghost ship, or rather a ship possessed by the ghosts of
Arts & Entertainment - Reviews
Chang graduated in 2007 from the National Taiwan University, majoring in chemistry. However she chose a career
A group of children from St Katharine’s School watched An Elephant in the Garden, a play based on the novel by Michael Morpurgo, to support their studies into the World Wars. Milo Davison (10) reports.
Hundreds of competitors donned fancy dress and pushed imaginatively-decorated wheelbarrows.
Photographer Jonathan Helps was on hand to capture the action.
To mark the publication of this book, landscape paintings of the area by Anna Dillon (Patrick Dillon's daughter) - some of which illustrate this book - are being exhibited in the Chandler Room of the
Rabley Drawing Centre is renowned for high quality exhibitions throughout the year, but I wonder how many people are aware of the thriving workshop sessions which are going on in the surrounding studios.
This year's summer exhibition of fine art prints features 17 artists, some like Arran Miles, Penny Furbisher
“What shall we play now?” The question posed by John Steel, drummer with the Animals and Friends and the surviving member from the band’s inception in 1957, as they came back on to the stage at MantonFest for the encore.
- Orchestra celebrates first decade in style
- Review: St Katharine's School Art Week
- REVIEW: The school at Lockeridge - from icy cold winters to the arrival of the first BBC computer
- Review: Ashley Fripp brings brilliance - and some devilry - to his St Peter's Church recital
- Ruby Squares: Marlborough area embroiderers' mark their 40th anniversary with an exhibition
- Records tumble as Open Studios comes of age
- JS Bach, Beethoven and Chopin at St Peter's Church: was this the best recital of the current series?
- St John's students excel in brilliant production of We Will Rock You
- Review: Brilliant Young Musicians at St Peter's Church - cellist and pianist make a perfect duo
- Gerald Seymour: the thriller writer who just loves story-telling
- Wiltshire Museum’s new exhibition raises lots of laughs - and some serious thoughts
- REVIEW: Marlborough and district before-and-after photographs show how town and around have - and have not - changed
- REVIEW: St Peter's Church recitals: a brilliant young pianist is joined by a brilliant young violinist
- Review: Wessex Places - Wiltshire Museum's exhibition brings new views of ancient sites in their modern landscapes
- A brilliant young pianist returns to Saint Peter’s Church - the fourth recital series begins
- Queens and Minions entertain the crowds at Pewsey Carnival
- One piano and four hands make 'a very successful' recital to aid the Mayor's fund raising for The Brain Tumour Charity
- Trio of cultural landmarks to open free for Heritage Days
- Return to ‘spiritual home’ of Pewsey for blues star Jon Amor
- Review: Jerusalem by Gatecrash Theatre Company
- National Play Day in Aldbourne is pure magic
- The weird magic of Wonderland comes to Priory Gardens
- REVIEW: The Wiltshire Museum has a summer of superb exhibitions
- No candles but plenty of flames as steam rally celebrates 40 years
- Family day puts wind in sails of windmill charity
- Music fans are not immune to charms of The Vaccines
- Review: Louise Cournarie's St Peter's recital before a very appreciative audience
- REVIEW: Anna Zassimova returns to St Peter's Church - with music both warm and melancholic - all beautifully played
- Summertime by Vanessa Lafaye - review
- A virtuoso recital at St Peter’s Church – with a musical gallery full of paintings
- Review: Fireworks in St Peter’s - piano recital for four hands in the Brilliant Young Musicians series
- Review: School students’ break-time violence – it’s surely not in their DNA
- Three St John’s students organise a brilliant evening at the Theatre on the Hill
- Review: The Marlborough Players' production of Jim Cartwright’s TWO (Town Hall 27-29 March 2014)
- Review of “An evening with Bach and Schumann” performed by Simone Dinnerstein and Stephan Loges
- Author reveals his Auntie Priscilla’s war – and sensational love life – in Nazi occupied France
- Marlborough Young Actors’ “Teechers”: three students run riot in the staff room
- Avebury’s world premiere: standing ovation for 'Atlantic Odyssey'
- Mildenhall author James scores his own conquest abroad with his tales of Norman knights
- Roll up, roll up, for the best party in town
- Pewsey Music Festival shrugs off the rain and clouds and gets down to a great mix of sounds
- Our refusal to listen to voice of history has resulted in the disasters of Afghanistan
- St John’s science fair draws huge crowds – and challenges minds of young and old
- Angels and the Apocalypse – St John’s Players at The Theatre on the Hill