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Richard Jefferies Museum

Marlborough Road

Swindon

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Enjoy Sunday afternoons at the Richard Jefferies Museum and experience a wide range of arts for all.

Cream teas are served from 2pm and arts programmed throughout the afternoon.

The museum is also open to the public all day from 10:30 to 5pm

11th June: Steve Cox

Steve Cox is a singer-songwriter guitarist and front-man of the Swindon-based acoustic folk/roots rock band Mr Love & Justice. Steve will be playing a set of his original compositions, songs that provide a contemporary English take on the west coast folk / rock crossover sound of the late 60s. Melodic, heartfelt acoustic folk/tinged songwriting in the grand tradition. "If you like '60s music of any stripe, from The Beatles to the acid-mangled folk of Pentangle and The Incredible String Band, you will be transfixed" J Simpson Even Ground

18th June: The Chesterfield Sofa Club

Join us from 2pm for another Sunday of Cream Teas and Culture, with chilled trio The Chesterfield Sofa Club playing foot tapping folksey blues and bluesy folk from 3-4pm.

25th June: Ceilidh Dance with Jaime Bullock

2nd July: Stone masonry

9th July: Viola concert with Rachael Birkin

16th July Poetry Swindon Performances with guest Chrissy Williams & Open Mic. Also, Green-Man Life-drawing! with Sally Talor and Sue Bardwell.

Bring a poem you have written or favourite to share with a friendly audience. Guest poet, Chrissy Williams, is a poet and editor living in London. Her work has been published in numerous magazines, pamphlets and anthologies, including Poetry Review, Poetry London, The Rialto and Best British Poetry. She has worked as an editor for over a decade, and currently works on various comics series including the New York Times bestselling The Wicked + The Divine (Image Comics). She also edited the UK’s first book on poetry comics: Over the Line: An Introduction to Poetry Comics (Sidekick Books). She is the organiser of the annual Free Verse: Poetry Book Fair. Her first full poetry collection BEAR is out now from Bloodaxe Books. http://chrissywilliams.blogspot.co.uk/p/hullo.html

23rd July: Shadow Puppets with Jaime Bullock

30th July: Ed Hanfrey and the Bellflowers are Claire Amor and Jessie Thompson, are a Wiltshire-based folk trio. Armed with Ed’s acoustic guitar, Jessie’s accordion, and Claire’s tambourine, they’ll soon have your foot tapping along to their mix of infectious tunes and clever lyrics - that add a contemporary twist to a range of traditional folk music and original songs.

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