We came up for Clare Teal, a midnight French film showing and Clark Tracey. All well worth the travel. It sounded from the half time eulogy at the closing concert by Clark Tracey and his fantastic latest and newly formed incarnation of his quintet that the event may become annual. I hope so. We are not residents or locals and tend to be coaxed up by friends whole a few miles downstream. We did feel that the locals seemed to be just a slight bit luvvied up with their success this year. Can I suggest that speeches sounding bait like Linda Snell after the Archers village Christmas performance tends towards self parody? But we really enjoyed what we saw and all credit to the arts Centre and the Festival committee. There does seem to be a positive and entertaining dynamic which we shall follow and almost certainly come again and again.
And finally, the 19 year old pianist in the Quintet was absolutely fantastic and must surely be going places.
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