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Renee Edwards - 28 Sep 2018
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'One Note at a Time' has now been released in the UK and there ae a number of screenings you can attend. We've had over 40 UK screenings, and there are several still to come, this includes screenings in London (2), Croydon, Dundee, Stirling, Nottinghamshire, West Yorkshire and Somerset.

The official soundtrack is also available worldwide on 148 music platforms.

We are particularly excited about this weekend's festival screening with Q&A

Its directors Samantha Knights QC & Paddy Magrane wrote, The Shute Festival of Literature and Landscape aims to celebrate writing, film-making, exploration and landscape – whether local, global, physical or metaphysical. Held in the hamlet of Shute, in the midst of East Devon’s AONB, the festival brings together a diverse and inspirational group of writers and broadcasters – including botanists, biographers, explorers, documentary makers, gardeners, historians, poets, travel specialists and novelists. Panellists talk, present films, lead workshops, debate and answer questions. There are workshops for children, including bush craft and other activities, which allow them to explore and engage with the surrounding natural beauty and vegetation of the landscape; Food provided by local chefs and producers is served in the nearby village school. Separate to the weekend programme, the festival will be co-funding creative writing workshops for the children of Shute Primary School as part of our community outreach. Tickets can be purchased for individual talks and single days. There are also reduced weekend passes available (children under 16 are free but those aged 10 or younger must be accompanied by someone aged 16 and over at all times); Profits go towards Shute Community Primary School and the building and repairs of St Michael’s Church, Shute.

I'm also looking forwards to reading my Magic Wanda books to children before the 'One Note at a Time' screening and Q&A.

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Kimm Fearnley

This festival looks really interesting.

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