Welcome to the first Tonbridge Arts offering for 2015.

As usual there is a wide range of events for you to enjoy,whether you are a seasoned campaigner or one of our precocious Arts-tots reading this brochure.

The musical events look particularly gripping, with the return of Howard Goodall’s Psalm 122, and a selection of Bach’s organ music played by James McVinnie; both of these events can be enjoyed in the majestic surroundings of the Tonbridge School chapel.  A highlight of the visual arts will be Charlotte Chisholm’s show ‘And Stone Softens’: expect beautiful and intelligent work. The lecture by Iain Sinclair will, I imagine, take us on a picaresque odyssey around the landscapes of psychogeography; you must come along to find out more. On a lighter note, come and laugh with ‘Abandoman’, or take a satirical journey to Downton. For dance fans we have the return of the acclaimed Ballet Central, and for younger theatre-goers the entertainingly action-packed adventure of ‘Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs’.  We are sure that there will be something here for you: come and join us.

Andrew Edwards

Tonbridge School Arts Committee