A Wiltshire Tale- not to be missed!

2nd November 2018, 8:58am | By Mary |

Celebrating Age is a partnership project, led by Wiltshire Music Centre, designed to bring the arts out to older people in the community, to help prevent loneliness and tackle social isolation. The project, part funded by Trowbridge area board, has been running for over a year now across the Trowbridge community area and is continuing into 2019.

The next offering will be A Wiltshire Tale written and performed by Nick Harper.

Adapted specially for Celebrating Age audiences, this one man show takes us on a journey through Wiltshire’s history, landscape and wildlife, as we bear witness to this most magical of counties in spoken word, poetry and live music.

Date: 14th November

Time: 2.30-4pm

Venue: Trowbridge Library County Hall

The event is FREE however booking is advised on Tel 01225 716700 or email Libraryenquiries@wiltshire.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

 

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