3rd August 2006
Coombe Gallery exhibition
Dartmouth Illustrated Part V
A walk on the wild side ?
Shakespeare Week only 3 days left
Food Festival Party
Sponsored by many, this food festival event is going to be "the"
party talked about for some time. Featuring themed food
from 16 different restaurants, and house wines to vintage
Champagne, there is something for everyone. This fun
evening is a great opportunity to meet all your friends and if
you are on holiday to meet real local people! Dartmouth
dot TV will be there eating, drinking and photographing.
Browns Music Evening
Last Saturday evening from
8-11pm, Singer/songwriter Mark Ely totally captivated a full
house in Browns Bar, if you didn't go, be sure to try the next
one, we all had a really great time! And Peter/Linda, come
before the music finishes next time ?
(Oh yes, we should have taken the Nikon D200 for the
Mark Riley reports "Our
current exhibition features two artists: Alison Pullen & Malcolm
Cheape. Both artists are known for their individual technique.
Alison paints views of interiors and has been artist in
residence at Osterley house, she has been commissioned by Her
Majesty the Queen to paint two portraits of the Throne Room at
Buckingham Palace. Malcolm comes from a long line of family
history based in the Shipping Industry His subject
matter is maritime history and ranges from Tall Ships to naval
warships and fishing fleets. Exhibition runs until 15th August
2006. Coombe Gallery, 20 Foss Street"
Dartmouth Illustrated part V
Not much change now then
? The Armada 400 Celebration Dinner 1988.
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walk on the wild side ?
Isn't it strange when you live somewhere you often don't
do the things you used to ? This Sunday Dartmouth
dot TV decided to take the tourist walk, across Bayards
Cove, into the Fort, through the hidden exit and onwards
to the Castle via Warfleet Creek. After a cream
tea and a long look at the stunning views, what better
way to return than by Ferry? Try it this weekend,
if you have visitors suggest it to them?
Shakespeare Week only 3 days left
The Inn Theatre Company's open air production of Romeo and
Juliet at Dartmouth Castle got off to an excellent start on
Tuesday evening, despite final rehearsals having to be held
inside St Petrox Church due to bad weather on Monday!
Emily Fricker's charming and romantic Juliet could not fail
to fall for handsome and passionate Romeo played by Tom
Leeper. Despite (or maybe because of) the interventions of
her devoted Nurse (Jane Windsor-Smith) and Friar Lawrence
(Max Brandt) the "star-cross'd lovers" meet their tragic end
but thus bring together their warring families. The set, on
the hillside outside Dartmouth Castle, is perfect for
Shakespeare's well-loved play which has performances each
evening at 7.45pm until Saturday. Don't miss it! Tickets are
available from Dartmouth Tourist Information Centre.
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