Rhythmtree Festival returns to the Isle of Wight this summer

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Rhythmtree Festival is back! One of our favourite music festivals on the Isle of Wight returns in July, bringing with it a fantastic range of live music, loads for the kids to do (they get in for free), yoga, meditation and massage, as well as free camping. It's the one Isle of Wight Festival not to be missed.

Thursday, 9th March, 2017 6:47pm

By Feature Writer

Utterly beautiful drone-shot film of Isle of Wight coastline raises the bar

lost but not forgotten - screeb grab land and sea

The bar for production of aerial drone video has just been raised by the very talented folks over at The Progress Film Company, who have created a glorious cinematic masterpiece, shot along the south coast of the Isle of Wight.

Sunday, 5th February, 2017 8:29pm

By Sally Perry with 8 readers' comments

Quay Arts hosts something interesting every night of the week. What do you fancy?

chris wood

Gone are the days of the venue closing its doors at 5pm. These days there's food, live music, theatre, comedy, film and more on every night of the week. Check out what's coming up and see what takes your fancy.

Monday, 31st October, 2016 6:57pm

By Sally Perry with 2 readers' comments

Share your favourite poet or poem on National Poetry Day

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It’s National Poetry Day, so why not celebrate by letting us know who your favourite poet is or what your favourite poem is.

Thursday, 6th October, 2016 8:46am

By Sally Perry with 7 readers' comments

Quay Arts: Check out their fantastic new season of events

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The new season of events at Quay Arts in Newport is fantastic and offers something for everyone, whatever your taste in music, art, film and comedy.

Saturday, 1st October, 2016 2:47pm

By Sally Perry with 6 readers' comments

Ryde Arts Festival 2016 in full swing – what will you see?

Ryde Arts Festival

Today (Saturday) offers a great range of events taking place as part of the 2016 Ryde Arts Festival.

Saturday, 25th June, 2016 10:34am

By Sally Perry with 6 readers' comments

Ryde Arts Festival 2016: Ten days of art, poetry, music and much more

Pier at night

The 2016 Ryde Arts Festival (23rd June to 3rd July) promises ten days of wonderful art, live music, poetry, comedy, puppetry and much, much more. Make sure you check out what's on with our handy guide.

Thursday, 9th June, 2016 9:44pm

By Feature Writer

Bestival 2016: Head to The Amphitheatre for off-the-wall entertainment

Bestival Amphitheatre

The Amphitheatre is one of our favourite places at Bestival. There's always such a great variety of spoken word, comedy, theatre and downright silliness, all neatly tucked away under the canopy of the luscious forest.

Friday, 3rd June, 2016 3:10pm

By Aidan Byrne with one comment

Rocket Fuel: Don’t miss Isle of Wight youth mag launch on Saturday night

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Over 60 young people have been involved with the creation of a new youth magazine and Website, Rocket Fuel. It will carry features, poetry, interviews, fashion, art and upcoming events, as well as commenting on life as an Island teenager.

Thursday, 7th April, 2016 6:58pm

By David McGregor

Charity event encourages you to ‘Look on the Bright Side’

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Three female Isle of Wight writers will entertain you with poetry, prose and celebrity anecdotes this Saturday at The John Cheverton Centre, Newport.

Wednesday, 6th April, 2016 8:32am

By Sally Perry

Ventnor International Festival: Fully-programmed extension to Ventnor Fringe Festival

Stealing sheep - Not Real

Well done to the Ventnor Fringe team who have announced today they are set to expand the festival with the introduction of the fully-programmed Ventnor International Festival.

Monday, 22nd February, 2016 4:39pm

By Jack Whitewood

Your chance to see Holly Maslen’s 365 Haiku Project in person

holly's haiku pile

We can't wait to see all 365 of Holly Maslen's illustrated Haikus. Her exhibition opens at Ventnor Exchange next week. It runs from Friday to Sunday so make sure you don't miss it.

Thursday, 31st December, 2015 11:14am

By Sally Perry