Catching up with recorded programmes, so currently watching the Who. Why are such bands still able to draw such large crowds?
A recent article I read talks about record companies being ‘risk averse’ when it comes to signing new acts. Hence, bands and singers no longer write and sing about major social and political issues of our time?
Paul Weller and the Who tonight, George Ezra and Clean Bandit still to watch. Enjoyed the festival again and must go one year.
Mark Ronson last night, Paloma Faith and Gregory Porter tonight. Looking forward to watching George Ezra , Paul Weller, the Who plus anything else interesting I can find. What a great music festival and look forward to it every year, really need to go and experience it for real?
View across the harbour http://t.co/xe60vBeshE
View across the bay http://t.co/7pM3wTBJu2
Down by the Sailing Academy http://t.co/3yxNApzQcn
The bowling trip will be rescheduled as a number of you are in France on the proposed date.
The annual bowling trip to the MFA Bowl in Weymouth will take place on Monday 13th July at 5.30. Price just £5 for 2 games. Letters available from Monday. Always a great night out!
Congratulations to Katie King for winning best overall performer. A talent show for students from across Dorset, a fantastic achievement.
Whilst waiting to pick daughter up from a train found a concert of Ron Goodwin music. Really enjoyable and of course featuring 633 Squadron.
Over £180 raised at a Coffee morning put on for us by residents of Southwell at Avalanche Church hall this morning. Thank you for your generosity we really do appreciate it.
Thanks to Steve for representing the CIC at the event and to Katie and Sophie for performing.
Look no hands!
Playing to a packed …. table of food!
See article in the Times but will this continue given the cuts that have been made to curriculum music across the country over the last five years?
Katie and Sophie will be performing at a fundraising coffee morning for Portland Rocks supported by Steve.
Many thanks to our community for supporting the work we do. Every pound raised means more support for arts work on Portland.