Dingus Khan return to Colchester Arts Centre on Thursday 2nd November 2017. To celebrate their return they have also produced a new comic which will be available on at the gig. Here’s an excerpt.
Citizen Journalism is now officially underway at Colchester Arts Centre with a team of creative volunteers all set and ready to preview and review events here. For our latest podcast, journalist Anthony Clavane speaks with Sophie, Wendy, Nelleke and Ray about their favourite Arts Centre memories and their plans for this exciting new project.
An “insider’s” view… There was a real buzz outside Red Lion Books at 11.45 today (Saturday 16th September). The scene was set with Sarah Donaldson sitting outside at her spinning wheel. Was this a metaphor, I wondered, for the spinning and unravelling of the clues for the street hunt? She was then joined by our… Read More From The Chair’s Wife – Street Hunt – 16/09/17
We had the pleasure of chatting with Elaine Barker from Colchester Folk Club about the history of the much respected folk gig that’s hosted at Colchester Arts Centre, and her highlights from the new season. Our Box Office guru Bex Patch talks about the different fairs happening here before the year is out. Journalist Anthony… Read More Celebrating Colchester Folk Club and Fairs! – 15/09/17 – Podcast
Colchester Arts Centre hosted a Citizen Journalism workshop on 7th September 2017. This podcast was recorded later that night with Anthony Clavane, George Henry King, Molly Garlick, Jonathan Dadds, Neil D’Arcy Jones and Ben Howard talking about the opportunities around DIY reporting.
As the wife of the Chair of the Arts Centre Board I attend a number of events to accompany him and have decided to document my thoughts on these events. Nigel Hildreth has been Chair for about 30 years and during this time I have attended a variety of gigs ranging from the entertaining… Read More From The Chair’s Wife – An “insider’s” view – 08/09/17