2014 Programme

For evening events we advise you bring torches, and please note the car park is a five-minute walk from St Mary's Church with a slight gradient. The Village Hall is almost opposite the car park. The Skittle Alley is at the White Horse Inn, a short way on from the church. For comfort, you may like to bring cushions or a rug if chilly to performances in the church

Thursday 4 September

St Mary’s Church 7.30pm
Roderick Williams (Baritone) £22/£15
Lada Valešová (Piano)
Songs in English around the First World War by Butterworth, Elgar, Finzi, Gurney, Ireland and others

The Square, early evening 
Street Dance by students of the SPACE, Taunton Free

White Horse Skittle Alley 9.30pm
After Hours in the Alley Tribute Trio Free
Stogumber’s rock trio plus talented local vocalists, with pop classics

Friday 5 September

Pound House  11am-6pm
Festival Art Exhibition Free
Browse a selection of creative work by a group of Stogumber artists. Exhibition continues tomorrow

St Mary’s Church 2.30pm
Jiva Housden and George Tarleton (Guitars) £5
Enrique Granados, Mazurca, Villanesca
Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco, Prelude and Fugues in - C# Minor, B Major
Stephen Dodgson, Double take
Joaquin Rodrigo, Tonadilla
Jean Philipe Rameau, Musette en Rondeau La Rappel des Oiseaux Le Cyclops

The Square 5.30pm
Luna Gitana Flamenco Co Free
Flamenco performance and demonstration

St Mary’s Church 7.30pm
Clare Teal accompanied by Grant Windsor £25/£18/£10

White Horse Skittle Alley 9.30pm
After Hours in the Alley John Maybey Free
Guitar and mandolin with a looper, stompbox and FX pedals, mixing styles from Folk to Reggae to Blues and Eastern European

Saturday 6 September

Pound House  11am-6pm
Festival Art Exhibition Free
Browse a selection of creative work by a group of Stogumber artists. Final day

St Mary’s Church 11am

Oliver Pashley (Clarinet) £5
Luke Tucker (Bassoon)
Programme includes works by Poulenc and Gordon Jacob

Village Hall lunch from 12 noon 
Mickey Richie and Alfie Weedon Free
Latin and acoustic music with guitarist and singer Mickie Ritchie from Bossa Beleza and Alfie Weedon, the double bass player from Ben & Alfie

The Square 1.30pm
The Teacups Free
‘All welcome’ music and singing session - come along with your instruments and voices!

St Mary’s Church 2.30pm
Gypsy Fire Quartet £12/£8
‘Acoustic Spectacular’ Gypsy Swing Jazz and much more

The Square 2.30pm and 3.30pm
Sweet Coppin Ladies Dance Team Free 
Clog-stepping, North-West Dance and ‘Soft Shoe’ Performances

The Square 3.00pm and 4.00pm
Taunton Deane Morris Men Free
Traditional dances including Bledington, Border and Headington Quarry

Village Hall 5pm
The Teacups £8
A’capella folk quartet performance

St Mary’s Church 7.30pm
Jubilee String Quartet £20/£15/£8
Lada Valešová (Piano)
Beethoven, String Quartet Op. 18 No.4
Szymanowski, String Quartet No.2
Brahms, Piano Quintet Op. 34

Village Hall 8pm
Ange Hardy £8
Folk Singer-songwriter

White Horse Skittle Alley 9.30pm 
After Hours in the Alley That Duo of Johns Free 
Guitar & vocalists John O'Reilly and Dan England with Americana-style repertoire including songs by Steve Earle, John Prine, Ry Cooder, Keb Mo, Van Morrison, Ronnie Lane and Bob Dylan

Sunday 7 September

Meet in front of Church 10.30am
Story Walk with Chris Jelley Free
One mile walk with stopping-off points to read stories created by children of Stogumber School. Bring wellies and mobile phones

St Mary’s Church 11am
Philip Scriven (Organ) £6
J S Bach, Sinfonia (from Cantata No. 29)
Franck, Choral No 3 in A minor
Dan Locklair,  The Peace may be exchanged (from 'Rubrics')
Gowers, Toccata
Debussy, Le Petit Berger (arr. Choisnel)
La Fille au cheveux de lin (arr Roques)
Vierne, Final (Symphony No 1)

Village Hall lunch from 12 noon 
Steve Pledger Free
Guitarist singer-songwriter

St Mary’s Church 2.30pm
Kitty Macfarlane (Singer-songwriter) £6 
Darren Hodge (Guitar) 

St Mary’s Church 5pm
Choral Evensong with Choir of Lord Mayor’s Chapel, Bristol Free 

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