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15 November 2019 7°C

What’s on in Bruton

November 15, 2019
  • Bronze Casting Masterclass

    Join Stephen Coles at his mobile foundry for a two-day workshop and learn how to make your own bronze cast. The workshop provides an overview of the casting process from start to finish and is suitable for adults with little or no previous experience. All materials will be provided.

    The workshop takes place over two days: 15th and 16th November from 10 am - 4 pm. Tickets are £200 and include lunch at Roth Bar & Grill on both days.

    Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/autumn-workshop-bronze-casting-master-class-tickets-71664465345 [ID:388]

    10:00 am Hauser & Wirth


  • Art Fair

    Art Fair over two consecutive weekends with work by Matthew Franklin.
    Sketch and Paint activities for adults and children!
    FREE ENTRY [ID:403]

    10:00 am Unionist Club


November 16, 2019
  • Art Fair

    Art Fair over two consecutive weekends with work by Matthew Franklin.
    Sketch and Paint activities for adults and children!
    FREE ENTRY [ID:404]

    10:00 am Unionist Club


  • Writing Workshop with Andrew Miller

    Writing workshop with bestselling author Andrew Miller, limited availability, Tickets are £10 each or £8 for library members.
    Book via email to brulib@somerset.gov.uk or text Emma on 07958 655 218 or pop into the library! [ID:399]

    3:00 pm Bruton Community Library


  • Sorry about Shaun

    Sorry about Shaun are a six piece folk/rock band from Dorset, England blending guitars, piano, cello and intricate harmonies. Formed in 2017 the band have built up a strong local following in Dorset, epitomised by the release of their debut music video amassing over 20,000 views in the space of a week. In the time since the band have topped 100,000 combined music video streams. The guys played sold out hometown shows to over 200 people for each of their first two EP releases and release their 3rd EP ‘’Summer’ this autumn. After a busy summer including a slot at this years Larmer Tree Festival alongside artists such as Tom Odell and Kate Tempest, the guys also featured on BBC Radio Wiltshire in July playing a live version of their track ‘Penelope (pt.II)’. With former Van Der Graaf Generator cellist, Chas at the heart of their unique sound, Sorry about Shaun offer an energetic live performance crossing genres and boundaries.

    Tickets are £10 from Eventbrite:
    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sorry-about-shaun-tickets-74541817583

    Clubroom bar open from 7pm
    Sorry about Shaun starts at 8pm [ID:408]

    7:00 pm At The Chapel


November 17, 2019
  • A Short Walk to find the Potato Caves

    Join Bruton Walkers for a repeat of the Potato Caves walk near Sherborne as a lot of people missed it the first time and it is a really lovely route. The walk is just under five miles and is very wet underfoot in one place, with a bit of up-hill towards the end.
    Meet in the car park by the cheese shop as normal at 9.30 and drive to the start.
    For more info contact katherine.grugeon@btinternet.com [ID:415]

    9:30 am Godminster Cheese Car Park


  • Art Fair

    Art Fair over two consecutive weekends with work by Matthew Franklin.
    Sketch and Paint activities for adults and children!
    FREE ENTRY [ID:405]

    10:00 am Unionist Club


November 18, 2019
  • Truffles with Wild Resources

    Love them or hate them, if you join this course you will probably agree there isn’t anything quite as amazing as the taste of fresh truffles! Much myth and secrecy surrounds the world of truffle hunting and for good reason – they’re incredibly difficult to find and often worth a lot of money. We hope to shed a little light on how, where and why they grow and demonstrate how we go about finding them. However the days hunt goes, we will enjoy a truffle feast cooked over fire showcasing one of our countries finest wild bounties.

    Tickets: £125
    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rbg-wild-day-course-truffles-tickets-59085027909?aff=ebdssbdestsearch [ID:391]

    10:00 am Roth Bar


November 21, 2019
  • An evening with Guy Ogilvy

    The origins of sorcery date back to prehistoric times. Author and alchemist Guy Ogilvy presents the stories of the earliest practitioners of wizardry, from the mythic Lion Man and Orpheus, the scientific Pythagoras and the pre-Socratic Greeks, to the alchemists of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

    Tickets £20 including one course supper after the event.
    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-great-wizards-of-antiquity-an-evening-with-guy-ogilvy-tickets-69704705651

    Clubroom bar open from 6.30pm
    Event starts at 7pm

    Please let At The Chapel know if you are unable to use your ticket as there is often a waiting list. [ID:409]

    7:00 pm At The Chapel


  • From the Fire Feasts: CHILLI BEEF TACOS

    Feasts are seated at long sharing table with food served direct from the fires.

    Menu: Durslade Farm beef slow cooked over fire, couscous, guacamole, charred tomato salsa, tacos & sour cream

    Spaces must be booked in advance: seats are £25 pp and include main and a pudding (half price for under 12’s)

    All dietary requirements can be catered for with advice upon booking.
    Contact the reservations team on: T: 01749 814 700 or
    E: mail@rothbarandgrill.co.uk [ID:394]

    7:30 pm Roth Bar


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