Tonight! Come down to DON LETTS (DJ set) + Trojan Beats at the Cheese and Grain. Grammy award winning filmmaker, musician, songwriter, band manager and
regular presenter of the “Culture Clash Radio show” on BBC Radio 6.
‘When he hits the decks, expect the unexpected and live the spirit of his incredible days at the legendary Roxy Club…”, advance tickets are £14.50
and £16.50 on the door to hear a vibrant mix of punk and reggae.
8pm - 12am TONIGHT @ The Cheese and Grain
TONIGHT!! No. 23 Bath street (Fromes Venue) are hosting ‘Baked Beings’ with Nina (DJ Nina LoVe), Ade (Hasbean) and (R Kerry), a night
of Deep House, Breakbeat and Tech House
Tickets £3, 9:00pm - 2:30am.
Saturday 16th starts with yoga at Frome Yoga studio, The Welsh Mill. Suzanne Powell, Sivananda yoga teacher, helps you relax, restore,
re-connect and re-balance through your Pranayama, yoga & mediation practice.
10am- 11:30am £10. E-mail Suzanne@fromeyoga.co.uk for more details.
Saturday morning…Teen machine club is on at Millie Moon on Catherine Hill, running on the 3rd Saturday of each
month. Students and teenagers have the opportunity to use the sewing machines and develop skills they have been learning at home or school. Great for
a creative rainy day! 10:30m - 12:30am, £20.00, Contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Into Saturday evening our top pick this week is comedy night at Septembers Against the Grain at the Cheese and Grain.
Sean McLoughlin is headlining this month, he has recently been supporting Ricky Gervais on tour and making waves at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival,
“The best comedian you haven’t heard of yet” (Time Out magazine). 19:30pm - 2am onwards, £10 in advance. Tickets available
Also on this Saturday evening is The Johnny Cash Roadshow at Memorial Theatre, described as an “Uncanny resemblance” by the Granddaughter
of the man himself. The show features the ‘Carter Sisters’* and brass section the ‘JC Horns’* accompanied by emotive screen visuals.
7:30pm @ Frome Memorial Theatre, Tickets £20.
On Sunday 17th the Black Swan Arts Round tower
are showcasing an array of sculptural forms rooted in the natural world; wrapped, woven and layered. Fiona Campbell and Angela Morley have been
he materiality of paper and
other natural, found and reclaimed materials in different ways for new work based on organic forms. Alongside the exhibition they will be running
workshops based on ‘Organic Forms’, visit www.blackswan.org.uk for more information.
The fortnightly pub quiz at The Artisan offers a brain twisting general knowledge and logic quiz for all to enjoy, from 7:30-9:30pm Sunday 17th,
Free entry. Frome Westway Cinema
are showing IT, The Jungle Bunch, Victoria and Abdul, The Limehouse Golem, Despicable Me 3 and the Emoji Movie over the course of the weekend,
visit www.westwaycinema.co.uk for times and tickets!
Have a great weekend!