Hummingbirds acappella trio, Ami Lee, Emily Roblyn and Sarah Pennington have been delighting live audiences since 2013 with their extraordinary arrangements, powerful original songs and infectious sense of fun. They weave quirky rhythms around lush harmonies across an impressive spectrum of songs, some political, some sweet, some just darnright entertaining. Now they invite you to join them to celebrate the launch of their debut CD. ''These guys are amazing. If you need some soulful, smiley music for a gig look no further.''
8pm, Friday February 24th £8/£6 conc.,
GILBERT & SULLIVAN CONCERT
by Torbay G & S Society
St John’s Church, Bridgetown from 7.30 pm
Tickets cost £7.50 (includes a glass of wine or a soft drink in the interval). In aid of Totnes Caring.
Tickets available in advance from the Totnes Caring Office or on the evening.
Grown In Totnes Comes To Town – party in the warehouse
Saturday 4th March, 1pm to 4pm
Grown In Totnes has found a home and set up a grain processing plant on the Industrial Estate. Join us for a celebration of local grain and graft with storytelling, song, tours and grain-based nibbles.
Transition Town Totnes Film Festival
The third annual TTT film festival - ‘Unleashing The Imagination’.
Various venues including the Civic Hall, the Barn Theatre (Dartington) and Vintage Film Bus.
Join us for film showings, talks and workshops at the Civic Hall, the Barn Theatre (Dartington) or the Vintage film bus.
WHAT DID WOMEN DO ALL DAY IN TUDOR AND STUART ENGLAND?
Presented by Dr Mark Hailwood
Associate Research Fellow, Exeter University
Dr Hailwood is a social historian who concentrates on the 15th to 18th Century and is currently working with Professor Jane Whittle on 'Women's Work in Rural England, 1500-1700'.
Royal Seven Stars Ballroom, from 7.30pm
Members of the Friends of Totnes Museum £3
Non-Members £5 (No booking required, pay at the door)