Drayton Arts Festival

Sunday 2nd November 2014

Late confirmation of event - 3:00PM SUNDAY 2 NOVEMBER, AT CHRISTCHURCH LITTLE DRAYTON

MEN WHO MARCH AWAY

Extracts from Lieutenant Eric Upton’s letters home from the trenches in France to his parents in Stafford Street , before his death on the Somme ,woven between contemporary documents and the searing poems and soldiers songs of World War 1.

EVENT

Admission

Location

Notes

Time

Meet The Author

Mary Williams

J W Ironmonger

Free

Buttercross Tea Room

Numbers limited,

please book in advance -

tickets from Buttercross

10am to 12pm

& 2pm to 4pm

Photographic Exhibition

U3A Photographic Group, Market Drayton

Free

Market Drayton Library

 

During opening hours

Art Exhibition

& Have a go at Drawing

Free

Oaktree Barn,

Blore Heath

TF9 2EG

During the day there will be the

opportunity to ‘have a go at drawing’ Sessions open to people of all ages.

10.30am - 4.30pm

Open Studios

Quita Brown

 

 

Free

34 Waterside Drive

Market Drayton

TF9 1HU

Please come and see. Life studies in drawing and painting, abstract paintings, prints, sculptures and much more.

10am to 5pm

Little Howard's Big Show for Kids

£8/£7

family £28

Festival Drayton

Centre Auditorium

More details

2pm to 4pm

The Big Draw

Please see Press release below.

Free

Fordhall Farm

The event is a great opportunity for families to have fun, try out drawing and collage, flex creative skills, learn more about the local landscapes. More details

10.00an - 4.00pm

Men Who March

Away

 

Christchurch,

Little Drayton

 

3:00pm

Pop-Up Choir and Friends

Free

Methodist Church

Hall, Clive Road

 

2.30pm - 4.00pm

Simon & Garfunkel performed by Bookends

£14

Festival Drayton Centre

Live performances by Bookends + video, audio- the highs & lows of an incredible friendship & career. More details

7pm to 10pm

Live Music - Hickman & Quinn

(Folk/Roots)

Free

Sandbrook Vaults

 

9.00pm - 11.00pm

Flamenco Guitar

Free

Red Lion

 

4.30pm - 7.00pm

Ghost Trains

an amazing sound that's refreshingly difficult to pigeon-hole

£3 please book in the library

Market Drayton Library

A vibrant mix of traditional Folk/Rock/60’s

More details

5pm to 6pm