Matt and Steve Appleby of Kipling Carnival Club present news and information from the carnival circuit.
Five years ago, Noel Bowman left the Met for the peace and quiet of Melbury Abbas. After swapping London’s toughest beats for leafy North Dorset, Noel concentrated on his music. Now the former Metropolitan Police Choir member returns to Shaftesbury Fringe, after a year of polishing his performance skills.
David Viña has witnessed the power of artistic expression in his home country of Venezuela, which is in the midst of an economic and humanitarian crisis. The 22-year old Father’s House volunteer is now preparing for his first Shaftesbury art display, during Fringe 2019.
Anyone who visits Shaftesbury Town Centre over the next few weeks will be in no doubt that the fourth Shaftesbury Fringe is on from 5-7th July.
A Shaftesbury man who drove a classic British car 15,000 kilometres from Peking to Paris is sharing his story to raise funds for Donhead St Andrew’s church.
Steve ‘Highhawk’ Cloudsong has toured the Southwest for the past three years, playing his Native American flute and a newer instrument, the handpan or hangdrum.
Julian Richards is a respected authority on archaeology – but he is turning entertainer for his Shaftesbury Fringe show, which offers a different kind of groundbreaking experience.