Arts events happening soon:

  • Tuesday 16 June 2020 at 19:00
    Elena is a very talented young Austrian Violinist from Salzburg who has played with the London Philharmonic orchestra. With our own Salisbury based Nicholas Walker on Piano it will feature Prokofiev’s thrilling and glorious 2nd Sonata as well as pieces by Mozart and Beethoven
  • Wednesday 17 June 2020 at 19:00
    By popular demand a return to Farley of this young but inspirational player, who last visited in 2012. His program will contrast English music of the 16th/17th century with a more romantic repertoire.
  • Thursday 18 June 2020 at 19:00
    David is another world-class returnee who wowed audiences with his playing of the Alkan concerto in 2013. David plays the organ as well as the piano and has toured the world in this capacity. His programme will include works by Chopin. This is a young player of brilliance who has performed in the USA (Los Angeles prize winner), Switzerland, Australia and New Zealand.
  • Friday 19 June 2020 at 19:00
    A winner of the Berlin International Concerto Competition and the prodigious Manhattan International Music Competition, Mihayi is a very gifted and interesting young pianist. As a winner of a number of prestigious competitions, we are sure that the Farley audience will respond to his intelligence and warmth which will be displayed in his playing which will include Bach’s celebrated “Goldberg Variations”.
  • Saturday 20 June 2020 at 19:00
    Diva Opera is an internationally renowned Chamber Opera with an unrivalled reputation within the Operatic world. Founded in 1997 Diva Opera performs over 50 performances annually across Europe, Russia, The Far East and South Africa. Diva Opera promotes young artists as well as established performers. The evening at Farley will showcase arias particularly from Carmen and Don Giovanni.

Pitton Theatre Club

The Pitton Theatre Club’s first production was directed by Jane Norman-Walker in the early 1970s after the Village Hall was built. Since then there have been revues and pantomimes, many devised and directed by Jean Judd, as well comedies and more serious plays.

In recent years it has been increasingly difficult to find people, particularly younger people, who are able to devote time to learning long parts and attending rehearsals, required for the successful production of plays. There is also a need for someone with experience of directing, as those who have put in so much effort over the years are unable to continue.

Right:  ‘Pitton Panto’ – a supper theatre production of December 2007.

 

 

Pictures and video from the 2013 production of The Holey Estate may be found here.