Kazuo Ishiguro came on with Jonathan Coe to rapturous applause.
‘I’m missing Spurs v. Real Madrid for this?’ Mr Grigg said.
‘In the literary world, Mr Grigg, this man is bigger than Pat Jennings’s hands,’ I said, showing my age and also my ignorance of 21st century football.
Mr Grigg settled back and attempted to enjoy the interview…Read article
Bridport-based arts and heritage specialist Crystal Johnson explains why she’d like you to share any knowledge you might have about Dorset’s historic connections with artists. FOR…Read article
ST MICHAEL’S Studios in Bridport are open to visitors this Bank Holiday Weekend, 10-5pm Sat – Mon. Kit Glaisyer writes here about his participation. I GREW…Read article
IT’S A good question: which village in West Dorset has the highest concentration of artists? I would have guessed Nettlecombe, or perhaps Symondsbury, or even Chideock;…Read article
FIFTY ONE cardboard gigs have been painted by children at Symondsbury School near Bridport, and they’ll all be displayed at West Bay this Sunday (April 25). Bridport’s…Read article
A CAMPAIGN has begun on Facebook to bring back the Spirit of Bridport to road signs welcoming people to the town. The Spirit of Bridport is the…Read article
AN AMUSING show of cartoons by Sam Smith has opened at Bridport Arts Centre. The display on the walls of the café and the foyer celebrates half…Read article
News that stays news THE ARTIST John Skinner, when he lived in Bothenhampton, used to say to me: “Why can’t we have the kind of news which…Read article
Artist, librarian, teacher, performer, youth theatre and radio play director. Doodlebug-dodger, office boy, great reader, Kitcher Sinker, noise-maker, avant-gardist, Mr Punch, provocateur. Eighty this year, a…Read article
Notes on the Earthscapes exhibition at Bridport Arts Centre, curated by Sherborne House Arts Part 1: The Project straightforwardly Described A SCALE MODEL of a sculpture to be…Read article