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The Outlandish Knight at Moving Arts East

First showing for the latest Spooky Folk – The Outlandish Knight – at Moving Arts East dance and film event at The Cut, Halesworth on Sunday Nov 22nd at 6.45 pm. Tickets £5

October Otter

Out on the salt marsh as the tide was slipping away early on Sunday, hoping to film a bit of mist for the next Spooky Folk movie and catch some good bird sounds, I caught this unexpected moment instead – my first ever sighting of a wild otter (but not the one in this photo, …read more…

The Grove of Pan

The Grove of Pan by Meg Amsden, no. 30 at the River Waveney Sculpture Trail. Seven trees, seven creatures to find. Trail opens Friday 14th August, then every Friday – Sunday 10 – 4 plus Bank Holiday Monday. read more…    

Nutmeg installation at the River Waveney Sculpture trail!

The River Waveney Sculpture Trail opens to the public on Friday 14th August and then runs every weekend Fri – Sun (plus Bank Holiday Monday) 10am – 4pm till 6th September. Adults £4. Look for the Nutmeg workshop at the Family Fun Day  Sun 30th Aug 10am – 4pm. £2 per child. Meg’s installation includes puppets …read more…

Spooky Folk

Spooky Folk  – for adults and brave children. A collection of short shadow-puppet pieces with filmed atmospheric backgrounds and soundtracks; based on macabre English, Scottish and Irish folk songs about women, and sung by unusual singers: Nos. 1 – 3 available as a live puppet shows, or on film – for festivals, theatres, and cabaret …read more…