New programme of regular events at the Arts Centre, including:
- Wide range of weekly Yoga sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with Chris Willis and Saturday mornings with Ty Lynne. See: http://ashburtonarts.org.uk/yoga-at-the-arts-centre/
- Regular monthly Life Drawing studio session upstairs from 11am – 1.30pm with Andrew Stacey. Suggested donation £8. Some boards and easels now available to use.
- Ashburton Arts Community Choir on Tuesdays, 7.30 – 9pm. All welcome. £5 – just turn up.
- Belly Dancing on Thursdays at 6.30pm with Pat Langman. £5 Just turn up.
- Regular ‘Platform Cinema’ on Fridays approximately once a month
· Sunday 2 June: Pergolesi Stabat Mater, Totnes Chamber Orchestra, at 4pm, Free
· Fridays 7; 14; 21; 28 June: Marvel Film Festival – Platform Cinema - A month of Fridays, Festival of Film, sponsored by Greymatter
· Sunday 9 June: Torbay Symphony Orchestra informal concert (Beethoven Egmont, Shostakovich #5) (Donations) at 4pm
· Sunday 9 June: Ronnie Jones Trio with Andy Williamson (sax)
· Thursday 13 June: Me In Art/Martine – fabulous singer songwriter
· Saturday 15 June: Art House/Weird Dog #2: Techno for everyone
· Sunday 16 June: Allison Adams Tucker Quartet – Californian Jazz singer
· Wednesday 19 June: Jim Mullen, Zoe Francis and Neil Burns – UK guitar legend
· Sunday 23 June: Maciek Pysz and Yuri Goloubev – guitar and bass virtuosi
· Wednesday 26 June: Ralph Freeman Quartet feat. Rob Townsend – jazz
· Saturday 29 June: Barron Brady / Harping Mad / Owley Dave and Kathryn Collings. An evening of delightful Folk Music to raise funds for, and celebrate the work of, the Barn Owl Trust – a small wildlife conservation charity based just outside Ashburton which celebrated its 30th anniversary last year. Barron Brady are Si Barron and Ros Brady who uphold the richness of the British folk tradition with superbly crafted self-written songs and fine interpretations of English folk song, beautifully sung with impeccable musical accompaniment. Their beguiling lyrics often draw upon the stories, legends and folklore of the South-West. Harping Mad are husband and wife duo Susie (Celtic harp) and Bill (Irish whistle, wooden baroque recorder, Celtic harp) Trezise, plus Lesley Stuckey (cello) and Tony Long (guitar). Doors and bar open at 7pm. Music starts 7.30pm. Tickets at £10 or £8 or £5 – you choose from www.wegottickets.com/ashburtonarts.
· Sunday 30 June: Those Magnificent Men – Centenary Production