Ross Carnival is over for another year. However, there are
still many events taking place in and around the town during
the coming week and I'm sure there will be something amongst
this week's events that will appeal. Please note that the
events contained within this article are featured in order
of occurrence and not preference.
Heritage Centre is currently hosting an exhibition of the
works of Goodrich Village Art Club, which will run until
September 3rd and can be viewed during normal Heritage Centre
those of you who enjoy classical music, Ross
Live are putting on a lunchtime concert at Ross Baptist
Church on Wednesday 8th August. The concert is a piano trio,
who will be performing popular trios by Hummel, Shostakovich
and Rachmaninov. Tickets cost £5 and the concert begins
the same time, as part of the Ross Live festival, Heartbreak
productions will be running a theatre workshop at The Prospect,
where they will work with up to thirty young people on Shakespeare's
'Twelfth Night'. Tickets for this workshop are £5.
Tickets for the evening performance at 7:30 pm of Twelfth
Night at The Prospect cost £10 and £8.
Bowman's Tale returns to Goodrich Castle on Thursday 9th
August. For further details of this event, please contact
the castle direct on 01600 890538.
Friday, 10th August there is another Ross live event. This
time there is a concert of Baroque Masterpieces being performed
at Ross Baptist Church, beginning at 7.30 pm. Tickets cost
£15 and 10. Alternatively, you may prefer to go along
to the Hope
& Anchor and watch guitarist / vocalist Simon Blight
perform his range of rock cover songs from 8:30 pm.
11th August has much to offer by way of entertainment. Ross
Horticultural Society are holding their 72nd annual show
at The Larruperz Centre and there is another Ross Live lunchtime
concert being held at Ross Baptist Church at 1 pm, where
a brass ensemble will be performing popular pieces ranging
from Gabrieli to Gershwin.
2 pm until 11 pm there will be a rock concert held at The
Bandstand. The audience will be treated to performances
by many local, talented bands and solo performers, culminating
in a performance of 'Dark Side of the Moon' courtesy of
you prefer something a little easier on the ears, popular
local duo, 'Little Sister, will be playing at The
White Lion from 8.30 pm and female vocalist 'Mitch'
will be providing the entertainment at The
Prince of Wales from 9 pm.
afternoon's 'Bands in the Park' entertainment will be provided
by the Forest of Dean Brass ensemble. These events are quite
well attended when the sun shines, so lets hope for good
weather at the weekend.
14th August sees the final concert in the Ross Live! Festival
2007 programme. BBC Young Musician of the Year contender,
Hannah Roper, aged 11, will be performing at Hom Church
at 7:30 pm. Tickets for this event cost £15. Hannah
has reached the next round of the Musician of the Year contest.
We wish her well.
of these and future events can be found on the 'What's
On?' page of wyenot.com. Have a good week.