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September 2017

The Paper Moon Band

The Paper Moon Band

Friday 22nd September
8.00pm
- 10.30pm

| £12.00

Appledore Community Hall

Hailing from Bristol, The Paper Moon Band is a swinging, vintage-inspired ensemble with an effortless repartee and classic tunes from the swing era and beyond. The band was created with Lindy Hop and swing dancers in mind, whilst offering rhythms that would convince even the most determined of non-dancers to shake a toe or two… possibly even a leg. Bar available
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Bookbinding Workshop – Megan Stallworthy

Japanese Books and the Chinese Accordion

Japanese and Chinese accordion

Saturday 23rd September
10.00am
- 4.00pm

| £45.00

Appledore Library

Learn to make these beautiful oriental books with bookbinder Megan Stallworthy, member of the Devon Guild of Craftsmen.
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Monsters, Movies, Magic and MURDER!! – Tanya Landman

Tanya Landman

Saturday 23rd September
11.00am
- 12.00pm

| £6.00 | £3.00

Baptist Chapel

Where do the ideas come from? Hear some of the hilarious real-life stories behind Tanya’s award winning books, including tales of a pet pig, killer cat, and two ever-hungry Labradors.
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Sex and Shaming in North Devon – Peter Christie

Peter Christie

Saturday 23rd September
11.00am
- 12.00pm

| £8.00

St Mary’s Hall

Both Thomas Hardy and E.P. Thompson have written about them, yet these old customs have now gone from our lives.
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Rise – Sian Williams

Sian Williams

Sponsored by:

Everything Westward

Saturday 23rd September
12.30pm
- 1.30pm

| £12.00

St Mary’s Church

A highly respected journalist and broadcaster, Sian Williams is also a trained trauma assessor and has studied the impact of acute stress for many years.
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An Afternoon with Ann Cleeves – Bestselling Author of ITV’s Vera

Ann Cleeves

Saturday 23rd September
2.30pm
- 3.30pm

| £10.00

St Mary’s Church

Ann Cleeves is the author of the novels which inspired ITV’s Vera played by Brenda Blethyn and BBC One’s Shetland.
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Tarka The Otter – Film

Tarka the Otter

Saturday 23rd September
3.00pm
- 4.30pm

| £6.00 | £3.00

St Mary’s Hall

2017 marks the ninetieth year since publication of Henry Williamson’s classic novel Tarka the Otter which follows the life and adventures of Tarka on and around the Rivers Taw and Torridge.
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Deadly Dance – Hilary Bonner in conversation with Judi Spiers

Hilary Bonner BC1

Saturday 23rd September
5.00pm
- 6.00pm

| £8.00

St Mary’s Hall

Hilary Bonner, originally from Bideford, is the author of thirteen psychological thrillers almost all set in the West of England and inspired by real life events.
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Rather Be The Devil – Ian Rankin

Ian Rankin

Sponsored by:

Webbers

Saturday 23rd September
7.00pm
- 8.00pm

| £12.00

St Mary’s Church

2017 marks the thirtieth anniversary of one of crime fiction’s greatest characters, John Rebus, created by one of the world’s leading crime writers, Ian Rankin.
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Appledore Book Fair

Appledore Book Fair 2

Sunday 24th September
10.00am
- 4.00pm

| Free Entry

Appledore Community Hall

This popular annual event presents a fantastic opportunity to find that rare tome you have been searching for, or just to browse and purchase books which catch your eye.
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Anne Boleyn – A King’s Obsession – Alison Weir

Sunday 24th September
11.00am
- 12.00pm

| £10.00

St Mary’s Hall

Alison Weir is the UK’s top-selling female historian selling over 2.7 million books worldwide. Join Alison as she discusses her new biography a dark, powerful tale of Henry VIII’s second wife
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Rolling Stones: On Air – Richard Havers

Richard Havers Rolling Stones

Sunday 24th September
12.30pm
- 1.30pm

| £8.00

St Mary’s Hall

For the first time ever, this official book charts the story of The Rolling Stones’ incredible rise to fame in the 1960s through numerous radio and TV appearances.
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Horrid Henry Drama Workshop – The Plough Youth Theatre

Plough Youth Theatre

Sponsored by:

Hocking's

Sunday 24th September
2.00pm
- 4.00pm

| £6.00

Baptist Chapel

Sophie Hatch of The Plough Youth Theatre will run this drama workshop based on the best-selling Horrid Henry books.
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The Life of a Scilly Sergeant – Colin Taylor

Colin Taylor

Sunday 24th September
2.00pm
- 3.00pm

| £8.00

St Mary’s Hall

Sergeant Colin Taylor was the longest-serving police officer on the remote and tranquil Isles of Scilly for several generations.
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War Stories – Peter Snow and Ann MacMillan

Sunday 24th September
4.00pm
- 5.00pm

| £12.00

St Mary’s Church

War Stories is a fascinating account of ordinary men and women swept up in the turbulence of war.
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Box Set Britain – Dan Sefton in conversation with Veronica Henry

Dan Sefton

Sunday 24th September
5.30pm
- 6.30pm

| £8.00

St Mary’s Hall

Dan Sefton is the screenwriter behind The Good Karma Hospital, Delicious and Trust Me. Join him in conversation with bestselling author Veronica Henry as they discuss the similarities between script and novel writing.
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Stand Up for The Classics – Natalie Haynes

Natalie Haynes

Sunday 24th September
7.00pm
- 8.00pm

| £10.00

St Mary’s Hall

Natalie Haynes is most famous for her very popular Radio 4 Natalie Haynes Stands Up for the Classics.
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Never Enough: A Way Through Addiction – Barney Hoskyns

Barney Hoskyns

Sunday 24th September
8.30pm
- 9.30pm

| £8.00

St Mary’s Hall

Never Enough is Barney Hoskyns’s raw, utterly compelling account of the highs and lows of life under the needle.
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Ghost Walk with Terry Bailey

Ghost Walk

Sunday 24th September
8.30pm
- 10.00pm

| £6.00

The Coach & Horses, Market Street

Appledore is full of ghosts, if you know where to look. Listen for the sound of fishermen’s footsteps in Appledore’s back streets, even though no-one’s there.
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Play with Clay – Sandy Brown

Sandy Brown

Monday 25th September
11.00am
- 5.00pm

| £60.00

The Sandy Brown Museum

Sandy Brown is one of the world’s leading ceramic artists. Over forty five museums internationally hold her work in their collections.
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