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Michael Loader, Storyteller and Teacher has worked at home and abroad in schools, orphanages, youth centres, prisons and elder's homes, Mental Health, with Learning Disabilities, Community and Charity projects, Personal Development and the Corporate World.
Director of the Somerset Storyfest he has had storytelling residencies with Natural England, the BRI Children's Hospital, Brewhouse in Taunton and St George's.

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Alison Francis Black is a virtuoso on the violin, equally at home playing folk music with her group Vervain or from the classical repertoire with her Lochrian Ensemble. Swan about whilst joining in with some song and dance at Wiltshire Music Centre.

Robert Short singer, teacher and choir leader has brought his skills of wonder and joy to the UK from the USA (lucky us) and leads us through a 'worm's eye view' of the world in Elgar the Enigma

Tom Veck is a primary school teacher, singer songwriter and musician. After a long and fullfilling career as a drummer in a funk rock band, travelling in Africa and working in Asia he now works as tvmusicworkshop offering schools lively, creative, inspirational and empowering days creating songs and music.


If it's got strings Martin Solomon (from the Scratchy Folk Orchestra and Pindrop Band) can play it, to soothe the mind and rowse the spirit. Listen to his playing and musical arrangements from Swan Lake and The Carnival of Animals.


James Watts studied oboe at the Royal College of Music, and then set off exploring the multifaceted abundance of music through time and space. in remote rural spots, in towns, cities and festivals he has played on various instruments, in boundary crossing freewheel style. (VIVALDI'S DREAM)

Simon Blakeman Director of Theatrespace says... I like to play with themes which I arrive at intuitively. The theme of this performance is the Crossroads... places of meetings... with who?... places of power and paradox, choices and stillness

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Caitlin Alais Callahan plays across a wide range of musical styles from classical, folk, electronica and jazz. She also facilitates a number of choirs for young people in Bristol.

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