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Wincanton Film Society is delighted to be screening Quartet, one of the film industry's best comedies, released in the UK in January 2013. Starring Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon, Billy Connolly and Tom Courtenay.
Wincanton Choral Society's Winter Concert takes place on Sunday 8th December at 7.30pm at Wincanton Sports Centre. The programme is varied with an emphasis on Christmas music in the second half. Enjoy the music and support your local community choir.
Take Art launches a theatre tour exploring the everyday stigma and prejudice surrounding mental health. This interactive performance and workshop takes place at The Balsam Centre on Wednesday 27th November.
Ansford Academy has kindly provided the venue for a fund-raising Concert organised by Brue Valley Rotary Club to help a new project to support young adults who have grown up in Bulgarian Children’s Homes.
The Osiligi Troupe of Maasai Warriors will be performing their incredible music in Wincanton Parish Church on Tuesday 29th October. It's mesmerising to hear and certainly fascinating to watch.
As part of Somerset Arts Week, local independent school Bruton School for Girls opened an Art Exhibition of students work on the 21st September, open till the 5th October. This is a large exhibition well worth visiting Bruton to see.
Underline is a brand new theatre play by West Country playwright Michael Starr. Performed by The Fringe Files, you can see it for one day only at The Bear Inn on Sunday 29th September.
As Wincanton Film Society prepares for the start of a new season on Tuesday 24th September, there's an added sense of expectation in the air. Here's a breakdown of films for the season.
Lilies, Ladies and Landscapes is the title of John Baxter's exhibition of images in Divine Wines which can be seen all through September.
One of UK's oldest circuses is coming back to Wincanton Sports Ground from 9th to 11th August. Read on for a bit of an intro, and to find out how to get up to 30% off the ticket price.
101 year old artist and art collector Joy Barnes is a resident Elliscombe Nursing Home, and will be exhibiting her work alongside staff and other residents in an initiative called Art at Work to raise funds for a special garden project.
The Pilgrim Singers are coming to Horsington Church to sing a concert to celebrate the finishing of the work on the Church roof. This will take place on Sunday 28th July at 3.30pm followed by a cream tea.
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