We are delighted to have caught the attention of the Swindon Advertiser again:
Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival is marking its 15th year with a new home and with a brand new set of classes for dancers.
For many years the event has attracted hundreds of entries from all over the area for its music, speech and drama categories.
And this year they will be heading for The Deanery in Wichelstowe.
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Want to hear the sounds and celebrations of our Festival?
Then have a listen to all the excitement on Radio Swindon 105.5’s Spotlight Show with Keith Defter.
Appearing at the Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival at the weekend, award-winning Coral Rumble told the Adver: “I think the main piece of advice would be based on the old saying: ‘You can’t edit a blank piece of paper but you can edit bad work.’
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An award winning poet will be making an appearance at Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival this weekend.
The festival is celebrating its tenth anniversary and has invited Coral Rumble along.
Coral has had three poetry collections published and won the Caterpillar Poetry Prize for her poem Mustafa’s Jumper.
She has appeared on TV and radio and featured in 150 anthologies.
During her time there she will be judging the poetry competitions, running a workshop for children and signing books for fans.
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MORE than 600 people from across the county attended the largest ever Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival last weekend for young people and adults.
The organisers for the ninth festival had to employ four adjudicators to give expert feedback and advice to those taking part in the event at the Royal Wootton Bassett Academy.
Students took part in over 70 separate classes from solo, group and duologue acting to mime, news reading, choral speaking and poetry recitals. The level of talent and hard work displayed was exceptional this year said the organiser with over 100 trophies and medals being awarded to the top performers.
See the rest of the Gazette and Herald’s article here.
The Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival 2017 Syllabus has recently been launched at a Friday evening concert. The programme included performances from every section of the Festival. Thank you to all those who took part, their teachers, their friends and family.
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Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival aims to encourage and celebrate the “Arts” being taught, practiced and performed in Royal Wootton Bassett and the surrounding areas. There is something for everyone to demonstrate their skills in the adjudicated classes, workshops, concerts and other events.
We hope everyone will all enjoy presenting their work, engaging with the spirit of the Festival, and will leave enriched by your experience. All the World’s a Stage! as Shakespeare said! Once again we are helping the local Rotary Clubs to find eligible solo singers, instrumentalists and pianists for the Rotary Young Musicians Competition.
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