What a brilliant Open Day we had. Thank you to everyone who came along on Saturday! We had over people through the door — thank you for your wonderful thoughts, ideas and enthusiasm for the barn and its future development. The brilliant North Somerset Regiment Reenactment Group who shared what life was like during war-time www. Thank you to everyone who came and helped and supported or baked for the event — we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Entries can be collected from schools or dropped into the Town Hall Reception in Wells — information below. The afternoon will include a range of delicious refreshments, workshops and interactive elements, a chance to find out more about the history of the barn, an opportunity to meet some of the WRGT Trustees and feed into the future development of the site and two free family performances by celebrated south-west theatre company Squashbox Theatre.
As part of the day there will also be art work on display from a schools Art Competition. The afternoon will also include two fantastic family theatre performances from Squashbox Theatre at pm and pm. These performances will be free for all the family. Squashbox are celebrated for creating quirky and inventive shows incorporating puppetry, storytelling, natural history, live music and comedy. Poet Bryony Jane Brook will also be leading a community poetry workshop inviting local people to pen a poem inspired by the history of the site and marking their vision for its future.
Both performances and the community poetry workshop have been kindly sponsored by Wells Festival of Literature. The day starts at 12pm and goes on until 4pm and will be a wonderful opportunity for local people to see the barn in action and get involved in supporting its future development.
Below is a link to an online survey which will inform the activity plan developed for the Barn and grounds. Please do share with friends, family, neighbours, colleagues and organisations with an interest in Wells. Thank you very much for your support. Skip to content February 27, February 27, thebishopsbarn. January 30, February 19, thebishopsbarn. Wells City Lions will host a three-day beer and cider festival featuring the very best regional produce with local music.
StoneArt will present a stone carving festival in the barn and grounds that aims to showcase this traditional craft. A small group of talented stone carvers across the UK will be invited to spend just three days turning a block of stone into a piece of sculptural artwork. The Jones Collective will host a research and development period on a new theatre production Frank in the barn.
This will consist of a group of 8 devising theatre-makers, actors, musicians and designers working together to complete development on the show ready for its world premiere and tour in International artists Melanie Thompson and Helen Ottaway will host a week-long artists residency in the barn exploring the possibilities of a new site-specific community musical performance. The event will also include two short solo presentations of work, supported by film and music, that they have recently developed.
January 24, January 24, thebishopsbarn. Join us for a unique afternoon exploring collaborative funding potential in Wells. January 19, thebishopsbarn.
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