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THE FLAVEL ARTS CENTRE DARTMOUTH


THEATRE • MUSIC • DANCE • ART • CINEMA •CAFE • BAR • LIBRARY


A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF WHAT’S ON DURING MARCH & APRIL 2017


For bookings and more information call 01803 839530 • www.theflavel.org.uk LIVE EVENTS AT THE FLAVEL


FOLK AT THE FLAVEL – GIGSPANNER Fri 24 Mar @ 7.30pm Since his departure from Steeleye Span at the end of 2013, legendary fiddle player Peter Knight has turned his full attention to his trio Gigspanner, one of the most innovative acts on the folk/roots scene. Whilst traditional music forms the bedrock of the trio’s repertoire, it’s the approach that sets it apart, leaving enough space within the arrangements to spread and stretch the music to embrace other influences. With Roger Flack on guitar and Vincent Salzfaas on percussion their innovative arrangements appeal not only to folk lovers but to anyone who has an appreciation of beautiful and inspiring music. “Magnificent … a feast of imaginative music.” The Telegraph


BLOWING IN THE WIND Sat 01 Apr @ 7.30pm Celebrating the music of Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan and John Lennon. When Joan Baez, Bob Dylan and friends sang of love, the times certainly were a-changin’ … From “Mr Tambourine Man” to “Sound of Silence”, from Joni Mitchell’s “Both Sides now” to John Lennon’s “Imagine”, international vocalists and multi-instrumentalists Andante, featuring Vee Sweeney and Mark Rowson, bring vibrant new interpretations to these timeless tunes and wonderful words. Come on a journey through some of the greatest songs of our time.


THE FLAVEL YOUNG ARTIST PLATFORM


ADAM DYER & KATHARINA NAOMI PAUL Fri 07 Apr @ 5pm Two worlds collide, as two young talents from the fields of classical music and jazz come together for an intriguing concert. International classical violinist Katharina Naomi Paul and London based jazz pianist Adam Dyer perform a concert of classical music and jazz. Music by Mozart, Ravel and Stravinsky in addition to some arrangements of the Great American Songbook.


JO CAULFIELD Fri 10 Mar @ 8pm The customer is always wrong Have you ever noticed that even when you’re right, you’re wrong? From the potential minefields of dating, relationships and divorce, to the simple things, like booking a holiday, or joining a pub-quiz team – nothing is ever as straightforward as it should be. Jo Caulfield is determined to get things back on track… Award-winning Stand-Up comedian Jo Caulfield takes a humorous look at life’s potential traps, what can go wrong and how to deal with them. Sharp, witty and insightful, Jo will make you think as much as she makes you laugh. As seen on The John Bishop Show, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Mock the Week and Have I Got News For You.


LUNCHTIME CONCERTS SERIES Thursday 9th March @ 1.15pm liz Ferguson / Katrin Irvine / rowena Marshall Dartmouth’s popular trio of three local pianists makes another appearance with a recital of solo and multi-hand piano works. A series of short recitals given by local musicians, Co-ordinated by Helen Deakin


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