The Liberty Sisters – Ruby, Rose and Dolly – are the Westcountry’s leading vintage vocal trio, specialising in the swing and jazz of the 1930s – 1950s. In particular, songs made famous by the Andrews Sisters and Dame Vera Lynn. All their music is sung in beautiful close harmony, and it is their vocal blend as well as their great stage presence which makes them so popular, writes Ray Goldsmith.[Read more…] about Liberty Sisters raise funds for The Veterans Charity
Art and Culture
Former CID detective with the Avon and Somerset Constabulary James D Mortain has launched his fourth novel. The event was hosted by in Bideford by Walter Henry‘s bookshop manager Fiona Chope and staff.[Read more…] about Former detective James D Mortain launches 4th novel
Following on from their 2 Cooper St. sculptures back in September, North Devon metal work specialists Bill and Peach Shaw of Northam have just completed another large commission, writes Ray Goldsmith.[Read more…] about North Devon metal work specialists’ Viking commission
Northam Community Encounters is ‘a cross-community space where we can all come together and re-imagine a more connected sustainable future’.[Read more…] about Northam Community Encounters for a sustainable future
Variations on the theme of Vessel by Loz Gilroy, Jan O’Highway, Verity Newman and Christina Peters, four Devon artists working with fire to explore the essence and boundaries of negative and positive space, through clay, glass and mixed media are at Birdwood House Gallery, Totnes ’til September 16, 2017.