Thursday 14th June

St Mary’s Academy and Beaminster Playgroup – All Day

Workshops on Revolting Rhymes with Laura Street

Tuesday 26th June

Perrott Hill School – 10.45 am

Pre-coffee Concert at St Mary’s Church

Wednesday 27th June

Mountjoy School – 9.30 – 11.30am

Olivia Gomez and Ben Pinnow (Live Music Now) Singing and piano

Parrett and Axe CE VA Primary School – 10.45 am

Pre-coffee Concert at St Mary’s Church

Thursday 28th June

Mountjoy School – 10.45 am

Pre-coffee Concert

The Mountjoy School Handbell Team will be performing sporting a new uniform funded by Belacqua Trust.

Thanks to Carol Madigan from the school and Mary Hall, a Governor of Mountjoy representing the Festival to enable these events.

Mountjoy School – 9.30 – 11.30 am

Workshop on Revolting Rhymes with Laura Street

Parrett and Axe CE VA Primary School and Salway Ash CE Primary School – 9.30 – 10.30am

Magnard Ensemble interactive concert

Greenford School with Sticklands School – 1.15 – 2.15 pm

Magnard Ensemble interactive concert at St Mary’s Academy

Thanks to Pat Crawford for co-ordinating these events.  Sponsor: Mrs Christine Corson

St Mary’s Academy, Beaminster Playgroup, Beaminster Seniors – 1.30 – 3.00 pm

Singalong Tea Party at St Mary’s Gardens, on the theme of Revolting Rhymes (Three Little Pigs) with Laura Street and Mike Hayes, Piano

Friday 29th June

Beaminster School Year 7s

Magnard Ensemble Interactive Concert

Saturday 30th June

Revolting Rhymes and Marvellous Music – 10.30 am in the Public Hall

Magnard Ensemble with Rebecca Kenny telling the story of Little Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs, with some unexpected outcomes!  Relaxed family concert for children of all ages

Adults £10 Children Free  Buy tickets on-line here


Beaminster School Art at Yarn Barton Centre – Saturday 23rd June to Saturday 30th June, 9.30am – 12.30pm

Entrance FREE

Year 10 Garden/Landscape Printing

Having studied colour theory and the work of Monet and other impressionists, the students build their paint surfaces from a wide range of brush marks and hues to create a sense of forms in space and range of textured surfaces.

Beaminster School Photography at the Museum – Saturday 23rd June to Saturday 30th June, 10.30am – 4.00pm

Entrance FREE

A wide range of artists and genres have influenced this year’s photography students, from David Hockney’s joiners to local landscape photographers and instagram ‘influencers’ the range of work on display is both divers and novel, with traditional prints, darkroom work and digital manipulations and mixed media pieces.

Imogen Peck
Jenny Cunningham