Category: Events

at Studio 36 and elsewhere

3 flutes explored Studio 36 on 5th November

Ruth Molins‘ flute trio Flute Cake performed Ruth’s new music: Make Room in and around the rooms, galleries and gardens of Studio 36. Click the photos to expand.

Patterns: a Studio 36 production at St Sidwell’s on 21st October

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St Sidwell’s Community Centre, Exeter : 21st October 7pm
Food, drink and performance £10

We are now fully booked for this wildly active and interesting performance of interpretation by a seafaring sailor, whose adventures splice together, throughout the evening, song, poetry, dancing, tap and all, verse, flute, piano and another feast in the interval to boot. This can be followed by more exploration of the ideas generated during the following days..

For those who have booked please note that doors are at 6.30pm and we plan to start the performance at 7pm.

Some of the cast in rehearsal!

Why Not, What If? A big success at St Sidwell’s

Why Not, What If? – an exploration of the whys and wherefores of ‘Don’t’, conceived by Veronica Gosling and ‘inspired’ by numerous officious signs and notices – played to a sell-out audience at St Sidwell’s Centre on March 22. There were performances from poets Susan Taylor, Simon Williams & Fiona Leishman, songwriter Peter Farrie and compere/comedian Jeff Sleeman. Work by Steven Bramble, James Turner, Laura Baudin, Tim Coles & Dylan Thomas (!) was also presented.

Thank you and your talented team for a fantastic evening.  We enjoyed every minute.

The team at St Sidwell’s, led by Dave Wright, were brilliant hosts and they made delicious food for the interval. A night to remember!

A packed audience

Jeff Sleeman

Susan Taylor & Simon Williams

Peter Farrie

Fiona Leishman

Simon Williams recites Do Not Go Gentle… by Dylan Thomas, illustrated by Steven Bramble’s artwork

In the interval the audience enjoyed delicious food prepared by the team at St Sidwell’s

 

A successful Sunday at Studio 36!

Our open day on 27th November was a great success, there was fine music from Joe Skivington & Phil Bonser, lots of lively conversation, a café with tasty soup & cakes and much artwork being perused and purchased.