Swindon’s leading performing arts company, Revolution Performing Arts (RPA), will be continuing its support of struggling Swindon families over the festive period. They’ll be providing hot meals and a series of creative activities at settings across the town.
The Social Scaffolding art collective is exhibiting immersive, interactive and participatory art in Swindon.
Their Outlet Centre (unit 9) exhibition is open to the public to drop in from 11th November – 26th November, 12pm – 5pm, Wednesday – Sunday.
With much excitement South Swindon Parish Council reveal for the community more information about the Enchanted Gardens Light Trail. It’s taking place at the Town Gardens for December 2023.
Swindon Borough Council invites you to attend a public event about Swindon’s heritage and plans for its future.
Three West Swindon writers collaborate. Angela Atkinson, Frances Bevan and Roger Ogle have come together to author a book all about West Swindon, where all three live.
RPA Rapport Community Interest Company (CIC) has launched new performing arts classes for teenagers in Swindon and North Wiltshire.
Malmesbury’s folk festival nets thousands. The festival, pulled together in a few weeks, has made more than £5,000 for the town mayor’s chosen charities.
For the finale of Wessex Week 2023, the story of a shallow grave will take centre stage.
Malmesbury’s First Folk Festival hits the right note as bands play to capacity crowds at the folk and roots festival.
Malmesbury folk festival tickets flying. Indeed, tickets are selling like hot cakes for Malmesbury’s first ever folk festival. It’s happening this weekend in the Abbey’s beautiful Cloister Gardens on Saturday September 23.
Serial Killer Monk’s Secrets Revealed. MALMESBURY ABBEY has a long, fascinating and, at times, grisly history. A history that historian Tony Mcaleavy has been researching for many years. One that he’ll be revealing in one of two talks he will give during this year’s Wessex Week taking place in the town in October. He will even talk about a once-unknown monk, John of Tintern, who was a serial killer and a 14th century ‘gangster’.
Rock star backs Malmesbury folk festival. Rock legend and Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson has given a ringing endorsement to Malmesbury’s folk festival plans. Supported by Malmesbury Town Council, the Folk & Roots Festival is being staged on September 23 in Malmesbury Abbey Cloister Gardens. It’s timed to tie in with the inaugural European Folk Day.