Local historian, writer and publisher, Elizabeth Hutchings, delivered possibly her last Richard Hutchings Memorial Lecture - the 25th since her late husband's passing. A fascinating event for all those who attended.
The Isle of Wight has a rich history of incredible creative talent. Home to famous poets, writers and photographers in the Victorian age, the talent is still strong today.
From artists and photographers to poets, theatre groups, live music and more, there is always something cultural to report on or feature. If we’ve written about it, this is where you’ll find it.
All are welcome to the official book launch of the Anonthology at Waterstones on Isle of Wight Day (Saturday 24th September) to celebrate the talent of local young writers and hear spoken word performances.
Friday, 16th September, 2016 6:17pm
By Jessica Paine with one comment
John Nash not only explains the mystery of musical notation carved into a bench in Ventnor, but treats us to a beautiful piece of classical guitar written by an Isle of Wight composer.
Friday, 16th September, 2016 1:51pm
By Sally Perry with one comment