The Studio Launch: Wight Light Orchestra and Julian Winslow

Don’t forget that Saturday night sees the launch of The Studio, a new venue in Newport. Making their debut performance at the launch will be The Wight Light Orchestra.
If you haven’t already heard them on MySpace, you might be wondering The Wight Light Who? Well, …

Don’t forget that Saturday night sees the launch of The Studio, a new venue in Newport. Making their debut performance at the launch will be The Wight Light Orchestra.

Julian WinslowIf you haven’t already heard them on MySpace, you might be wondering The Wight Light Who? Well, they are made up of Max Brennan, Louis Soteriou, Jon McMullen, Jack Phoenix, Al Gubbins and Dave Granshaw.

It’s tipped as being an unmissable event, but if you can’t make along on Saturday, they’ll be playing at Bestival in September.

Whilst you’re enjoying the music and new surroundings, you’ll also have a chance to take a butchers at Julian Winslow’s beautiful flower prints (which have previously been displayed at the Ventnor Botanic Gardens and Joe’s in Newport). His large scale macro prints are just stunning and definitely worth the visit for them alone. This is one of my favourites, but it isn’t done any justice being displayed at this size. Go along and take a look yourselves.

Thursday, 24th May, 2007 6:19pm

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