Grace Petrie exploded on to the national protest scene in 2010 with the emotive anthem Farewell to Welfare, which captured the spirit of the new wave of dissent in austerity Britain.
Quay Arts in Newport is the Isle of Wight’s main arts hub, hosting music, theatre, comedy and art events as well as a restaurant and arts and craft shop.
Providing four gallery spaces, a theatre, a newly refurbished bar, a popular restaurant and room for rental, it servers the artistic community on the Island, as well as those simply looking for space to hire.
Quay Arts can also accommodate weddings.
Podcast: Giles Clarke, award-winning photojournalist returns home to show his stunning work on the Isle of Wight
Ahead of his exhibition, talk and short film screening at Quay Arts in Newport, we sat down for an hour or so with award-winning reportage photographer, Giles Clarke. It was a fascinating conversation. Listen within.
Sunday, 21st July, 2019 2:10pm
By Sally Perry with one comment
Expect incredible performances, spell-binding storytelling, magical experiences, mad games and wicked workshops, as well as an epic Silent Disco, Baby Massage, The Lego Movie screening and loads of activities and games at this year's Isle of Wight Children's Festival.