New film at Moving Arts East 2016

  Catch Meg’s new film “Tai Chi with Carol Wrigley” at Moving Arts East Celebration of Dance and Film at The Cut Halesworth this Sunday 20th November. On view in the foyer, on a loop from 7 pm. Filmed at Carol’s Monday night class summer 2016 at the Waveney Centre Beccles

Island of Trees wins “Public Vote” Prize

Waveney and Blyth Arts http://waveneyandblytharts.com announces that Island of Trees has won the Public Vote, one of three prizes at the River Waveney Sculpture Trail! More than 3000 people visited the Trail between 12th Aug and 4th Sept. W&B Newsletter says, “We were overwhelmed by the numbers of people who cast a vote ….. and …read more…

Spooky Folk at Eastfolk Kinodrome

Not to be missed at Folk East – this Saturday 20th August 4 p.m. at the Eastfolk Kinodrome. Films made by Suffolk women – Meg Amsden, Debra Hyatt, Mel Horwood, and Pam Harling Challis – including Spooky Folk, Coastal Dances, and Dreaming of Doggerland. Full daily Kinodrome programme at the Festival of rare archive film, …read more…

Weird and Wonderful Wood

Come and make wild puppets from natural materials with Nutmeg, at Weird and Wonderful Wood. Drop-in workshops developed specially for this unique festival. Lots of other lovely activities to do with wood; music, theatre, games, local food and drink, nice things to buy. Sat 14th May 10.30 – 6.00 and Sun 15th May 10.30 – …read more…