Seaton - Branscombe Festival
Branscombe Festival: Friday 24 – Sunday 26 July 2015
An intense weekend of world class performance, in one of Devon’s most stunning locations, the Branscombe Festival offers entertainment for all.
A rich, carefully devised programme of classical music, opera, jazz, Broadway standards and military band promises to delight and excite audiences.
The Branscombe Festival is fast making a reputation as one of the South-West’s key cultural events; artists who regularly top the bill in London and New York perform in the intimate spaces of a village hall and church, attracting music lovers from the local community and across the region.
A village festival set on an international stage, Branscombe is a truly unique musical happening.
Founded by Ian Rosenblatt, the Festival is curated by Ian Rosenblatt, renowned pianist Iain Burnside and presented by BBC Radio 3 broadcaster and journalist Petroc Trelawny.
The 2015 Branscombe Festival supports St Winifred’s Church with a donation of 50p from every ticket sold.
FRIDAY 24 July, 7.30pm, StWinifred’s Church
SATURDAY 25 July, Midday, StWinifred’s Church
SATURDAY 25 July, 3pm, Village Hall
SUSAN BULLOCK CBE Soprano,
RICHARD SISSON Pianist
Optional cream tea available from 2.15pm
Hog roast available from 5.30pm
SATURDAY 25 July, 7.30pm, Village Hall
FRANCESCO MELI Tenor
ANGEL BLUE Soprano
& MATTEO PAIS Pianist
10.30pm, Village Hall
THE LEO GREEN EXPERIENCE
& DANNY TOEMAN
SUNDAY 26 July, 1.30pm, Branscombe Beach
THE BAND OF THE ROYAL MARINES
Morning service at 11am at St Winifred’s Church,followed by a march from the Church to Mason Arms and then through the village for a free concert on the beach.Beer tent provided by Branscombe Vale Brewery and BBQ on the beach
Box Office on 020 7955 1446
Local tickets: Emma Brock 07557 025574|Paragon Books, Sidmouth 01395 514516
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