• Corsham Festival: Barb Jungr: The Pound

    From her opening number, Walking In Memphis, I was hooked. And through almost all the first half of her show, the penultimate in the festival, I felt Barb Jungr had flicked through my personal music collection and plucked out the favourites.

  • Corsham Festival: The Tin Forest: PuppetCraft

    This was a charming piece of theatre for children – of all ages. PuppetCraft adapted Helen Ward’s story into a visual performance very successfully. An old man, living in a junk yard dreams of living plants and animals on his doorstep. Meanwhile he

  • Corsham Festival: Black Hair

    This is the kind of off-the-wall performance for which festivals are the perfect ambience. It is a safe place for experimentation, wild ideas and with a sympathetic audience. It was a roaming performance of seven musical/percussion/vocal works through

  • Corsham Festival: Linda Marlowe: The World’s Wife

    Linda Marlowe is another of the festival’s previous cover girls invited back to celebrate the 10th anniversary. Ms Marlowe enthused audiences with Berkoff’s Women last time. This year she has taken the new Poet Laureate’s collection,

  • Teenager who died in Devizes accident named

    The teenage Devizes boy who died in a tragic accident in Broadleas Road early yesterday has been named as James Love-Smith. James, 16, of Waylands Road, Devizes, was a year 11 student at Devizes School. Friends and family have left flowers

  • Tributes to Devizes teenager James

    Tributes have started to flood in for a Devizes teenager who died during the early hours of yesterday morning. Police have asked the Gazette not to fully identify the Devizes schoolboy as not all family and friends have yet been told of his