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                    31st May 2007

1.    Keane Tonight!

2.    Galleries Week

3.    Messing about on the river

4.    Photographic Exhibition  The Flavel

5.    Dartmouth, a quality destination?

6.    NONSTOP Sailing

7.    Small News

1.     Keane Tonight!

Keane is an intense, claustrophobic study of a young man struggling to deal with the disappearance of his six-year-old daughter, apparently abducted from New York's Port Authority station some months previously. Always in motion and always on edge, William (Damian Lewis) returns to the station over and over again, but finds no comfort there, or in the bars and clubs where nothing will dull his pain.  A meeting with a young woman and her daughter offers some respite from his isolation, but here as throughout the film, Kerrigan builds tension and ambiguity, making us fearful as to how things will turn out.  Damian Lewis (Band of Brothers) is simply outstanding as the grieving, mentally fragile William. With this compassionate, harrowing and beautifully filmed tale of redemption, Kerrigan reasserted his position as one of American cinema's finest contemporary artists.

Guest tickets available from The Windjammer from 7.30-7.55 at £3.50.

Our bar at The Guildhall opens at 7.30 - the film to be shown at 8pm approx.

2.    Galleries Week

Another Galleries Week, what a great time we had, thanks guys!  Here is a reminder for those who went, and something to make those of you who didn't wish you had!  Next time maybe?

Our galleries are always open, for a guide click here,  why not come down for a weekend, or a week?.  For self catering click here,  for B&B click here,  for Hotels click here For a Tourist Guide to Dartmouth click here.

3.     Messing about on the river

Ever thought of taking a boat out on the river for a couple of hours? Pop up to Dittisham for a pub lunch or venture further to beautiful Stoke Gabriel for a cream tea?  Well you can with the easy to drive boats on the Dart, and for less money than an evening meal for two!  This will be an unforgettable experience and just for Dartmouth dot TV viewers there is a £10 discount for 2 or more hours  until the end of June.  Even if you can't make June, be sure to experience the river properly next time you are down, for details click here.

4.   Photographic Exhibition  The Flavel   Today and tomorrow!

Proud to be Nikon registered professional photographers, the Dartmouth dot TV crew thought they knew a thing or two about photography, but we were totally blown away by Tony Pike's exhibition at the Flavel.        If you have 'any' interest in art or photography, you must, absolutely must, pop in today or Friday, you will be stunned.  Tony told us how he produced them at his opening night over a glass of the bubbly stuff, however we are sworn to secrecy!  If you can't get to the exhibition click here to see his gallery.

5.   Dartmouth, a quality destination?

Of course it is, we have more world class restaurants than any riverside town, the best small shops, and the best river in the world!

Last week a senior officer from South Hams District Council commented at a public meeting on how our Dartmouth News was one of the best marketing tools he had seen.  This is high praise indeed and even more reason for some of the 'big guys' to help us out. So we have formally approached the TIC and Town Council with our 'cap in hand'. 

Dartmouth is too small a place for competition or politics, we all need to work together to 'keep Dartmouth special'  We are clearly the experts in Internet marketing and we have a deep rooted passion in marketing Dartmouth as a quality tourism destination.

Of course it is Dartmouth News that is one year old, not Dartmouth dot TV which is a very mature 3 years old! Our mistake last week!

Of all the hyperlinks to get wrong, last week we messed our own up!  To see our generous sponsors please click here.

If you enjoy this news letter, why not show your appreciation by sponsoring us, for only the price of a small round of drinks every year?  click here for details.

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6.   NONSTOP Sailing

Alexandra Whitham reports:  NONSTOP Sail’s recently launched new Dehlers, Discovery and Endurance, are now regularly out and about on the water and enjoying the sunny weather.  You may have already seen them on the river practising ‘man over board’ manoeuvres but these ladies have a very busy and exciting few months ahead of them with a social calendar to match that of any society lady.  Rolex Fastnet : Race Around Britain : Around Ireland : Bordeaux Wine Tour : Fowey Regatta : Torbay Regatta : Dartmouth Regatta

Every girl likes to be appreciated so if you see Discovery and Endurance on the water give them a wave or alternatively drop into 11 Smith Street if you’d like to join them for any of the events this summer. To find out more click here.

7.     Small News  

  • It's time to book your holiday in Dartmouth now, for self catering click here,  for B&B click here,  for Hotels click here For a Tourist Guide to Dartmouth click here.

  • Images copyright Dave Cawley, Tony Pike & others.



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