• Made in Bruton - Behind the Scenes

    Made in Bruton - Behind the Scenes

    In search of a challenge and turning her hand to something new, just over a year ago Fiona Runacre came up with the idea for ‘Made in Bruton’. This was after initially toying with the notion of running a shop or cafe. When no opportunities arose, it became necessary for Fiona to think out of the box.

  • Mary Jane Criddell interview

    Mary Jane Criddell interview

    Bruton-based photographer, Mary Jane Criddell has been a photographer since the mid 90’s. Her experience modelling for Synchro Modelling Agency followed by a career behind the camera has enabled her to develop a unique and intimate style of portrait photography. Mary Jane will be displaying a collection of her portrait work at Bruton Art Factory opening 24th June 2015.

  • Bruton Museum casespace - Fela Sowande

    Bruton Museum casespace - Fela Sowande

    Next Bruton Museum casespace heading your way. ​Fela Sowande is 14, a prolific artist who finds inspiration in Marvel comics and the world of celebrity.

  • Man On Bench

    Man On Bench

    There was a great turnout on Saturday 6 June 2015 to see the unveiling of Bruton’s latest landmark, Man on Bench by Giles Penny.

  • Sculpture for Bruton

    Sculpture for Bruton

    Bruton’s reputation as a centre for the arts has been further enhanced following the renowned artist Giles Penny’s decision to lend a major new work to the town.

  • Bruton Museum Casespace - Bruton Bowls

    Bruton Museum Casespace - Bruton Bowls

    This month Bruton Museum casespace we will be showing the work of Duncan Hooper who started turning wood in his first job as an antique restorer, making replacement knobs for furniture.

  • Folk Music at Truffles Brasserie - No Fixed Abode

    Folk Music at Truffles Brasserie - No Fixed Abode

    There’s a folk music treat coming your way this Thursday 21st May, as Truffles will be hosting No Fixed Abode, a talented singer/song writing team of Una Walsh from Louth, Ireland and Tony Dean of Manchester.

  • Film at the Chapel - Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of

    Film at the Chapel - Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of

    At the Chapel will be screening an emotionally open and honest film portraying the biggest boy band ever, The Backstreet Boys Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of. The film takes us through the highs and lows from boyhood to manhood that led them back into a London studio in 2012 to write a new album, make a film and plan their 20th anniversary re-launch.

  • The Shed Project – A Competition for Young Architects

    The Shed Project – A Competition for Young Architects

    The Shed Project provides an opportunity for recent architecture graduates to realise a project. We are inviting participants to design an original out-building to be used by creative practitioners working with Hauser & Wirth Somerset as part of our residency programme.

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