Sent: 29 October 2008 16:59
Subject: SEFAN 2008-10-29_02 GLEANINGS from ARTSnews and
The Equator World Music Series
is a celebration of world music, dance and theatre. Equator and
Tenterden Folk Festival are proud to present the much anticipated
Eliza Carthy on Friday 14th November at 8pm at Norton Knatchbull
Had a hard week at work? Why
not relieve your stress with some African drumming!
Not only is this a fun, sociable
activity but no musical experience is needed! Why not come
and give it a go?
Beeches Hall, Beacon Community
College, Crowborough, East Sussex TN6 2AS
person. Instruments and light refreshments provided.
For more information please visit www.soundslike.org.
NEWS:CALLING ALL FLUTE PLAYERS IN THE SOUTH EAST!,
New! Tunbridge Wells Community Flute
Join a brand new non-competitive, fun
group playing classical, rock and
pop music – the perfect opportunity
to brush up on rusty flute skills,
gain ensemble experience and make
music with like-minded people!
All ages from 12 years upwards
welcome. All flautists over Grade 2 will be catered for.
£5 adults, £3.50
Just bring your flute and a music
stand – cold refreshments will be provided.
First session: Wednesday 29th October
At: The Camden Centre, Tunbridge
Wells, Kent TN1 2SW
(behind The Royal Victoria Place
For more information please visit www.soundslike.org.uk
GOOD NEWS FOR EPSON MACHINE USERS - somewhere to recycle your epson
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these days, with more and more items becoming recyclable. Did you know
that you can now recycle your printer and save money when you upgrade to a
All you need to do is bring your old printer (any make and model)
into your local Epson Express
Centre – you’ll get a great deal on your new printer, and
feel confident that your old one has been disposed of in the most
environmentally friendly manner. You can also drop off your empty inkjet and toner cartridges for
recycling. It’s all part of Epson’s commitment to conserving valuable
Epson Express Centres for repairs, upgrades and
Epson’s network of independent local computer specialists
provide authorised repair and recycling services Epson Express
Centres also offer the latest Epson product ranges – and
the latest special offers.
You’ll find everything for your printing needs,
- Free advice
- Highly-trained engineers
- Rapid, on-the-spot repair or
- Comprehensive range of Epson inks,
papers, accessories and printers
- Printer and cartridge recycling
here to find your nearest Epson Express
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Date: 29 October 2008 16:27:32
Subject: Black History events and
support for disabled artists
Please forward onto anyone who you think might be
interested in these.
Friday 31 October
- FAMILY FREE BLACK HISTORY DAY (CHICHESTER
FESTIVAL THEATRE) 10-4PM
To end the month
with a bang the BME Staff Group are organising a ‘Black History Day’ around
the theme of ‘immigration then and now’. A range of information stands;
activities and will take place between 10am and 4pm at Chichester Festival
The Messenger Youth Gospel Choir from Shoreham Worthing
and Adur will open the event, and other highlights include a quiz and an
historical lecture on immigration.
Friday 7th November - WORKSHOP FOR DEAF AND
DISABLED ARTISTS (FARNHAM MALTINGS) 11-3.30PM
This workshop for
deaf and disabled artists (put on by the Arts Council SE) is looking at how
the Arts Council can best support deaf and disabled artists and arts
The workshop takes place on Friday 7th November from
11.00-3.30pm at Farnham Maltings (Farnham Maltings, Bridge Square, Farnham,
Surrey, GU9 7QR)
All artists who consider themselves deaf and disabled
and people who work within deaf and disabled arts organisations are welcome.
Expenses will be paid. The day will be fun, helpful (to you as an artist) and
To reserve a free place please call Alex MacDonald on
01273 763054 or email Alex_dot_MacDonald_at_artscouncil_dot_org_dot_uk.
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