Pop up galleries have become trendy recently. But Shaftesbury artist Kate Toms was ahead of the curve when she launched her annual art sale, nineteen years ago.
Have you taken a photograph or painted a picture that you think is good enough to sell? If your creative work features Shaftesbury, or was inspired by our town, it could earn you money or win you a cash prize with the Shaftesbury Arts Centre’s ‘Portrait Of Shaftesbury’ exhibition.
Popular Shaftesbury singing group Belle Street has announced a new musical departure. For one of their three Shaftesbury Fringe 2019 events, the women are performing an autobiographical show offering a humorous insight into how they juggle everyday life with their passion for performing and their dream of being discovered.
Skulls, skulduggery, ghosts and gravediggers filled Shaftesbury’s Library on Thursday night, as a group of local actors offered an after-hours preview of their new, slimmed-down production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
Trees seem to be the most popular single subject for local artists exhibiting in the Shaftesbury Arts Centre Gallery. If you love the leafy foliage of Park Walk and Shaftesbury’s wooded slopes you might enjoy Karren Burkett’s exhibition that opened today, Wednesday.
Two journalists known for reporting Shaftesbury area news have published a new book that uncovers Wiltshire’s stories and curiosities. Fanny Charles and Gay Pirrie-Weir launched ‘Deepest Wiltshire’ in Tisbury on Sunday.
Shaftesbury Arts Centre is trying a new approach to fundraising this weekend. They want you to go to the bank, withdraw some cash and hand it over to one of their volunteers.