Category: Arts

Labour Councillors Back ‘Save our Venues’ Campaign

Musicians, agents, venues, promoters and most of all the audience, are uniting in a campaign to prevent the collapse of the UK live music scene which they fear will be the case without government support. In Bridgwater, the town’s most popular indie venue, the Cobblestones Pub in Eastover, is at the forefront of a campaign  […]

Why I Made Bridgwater My Home : Tonight on Zoom

Are you passionate about community, art, and culture? Don’t forget to join us this Saturday the 9th of May at 6pm for ‘Bridgwater Together – Why I made Bridgwater my home’ Tonights show will include a contribution from Bridgwater’s Mayor Cllr Tony Heywood and a music quiz from Westover councillor Brian Smedley. Join us on […]

Who Lives in a Shelf Like This?

Seed, the Arts Council England funded Creative People and Places project for Sedgemoor has launched an online campaign to help people connect and share during the Covid-19 lockdown. Via social media they are inviting people who live or work in Sedgemoor to post a ‘shelfie’. Similar to a ‘selfie’, a ‘shelfie’ is a self-portrait of […]

Have Your Say on Arts and Culture in Sedgemoor

The new Sedgemoor Creative People and Places Consortium is inviting everyone who is interested to join them on Tuesday 3rd December at an informal drop-in session and presentation at Bridgwater Town Hall. Free admission. Homes in Sedgemoor heads up this consortium of local organisations who will use over £1 million pounds from Arts Council England to […]

Somewhere between Status Quo and Spinal Tap it’s THE VILLAINS

If you think about bands that have been together for a long long time you think of Status Quo with their timeless riffing (which they use in every song) or Spinal Tap with their 57 exploding drummers. This September the Czech Republic’s oldest surviving rock band THE VILLAINS will be in Somerset, on tour and […]