The Ticket

Arts and entertainment from in and around Petersfield

Laura Sheppard celebrates the arts across the Petersphere, talking to musicians, artists and makers, poets, dancers, thespians, composers; bringing together the talents in the area.

To share your creativity, email Laura Sheppard at team@shineradio.uk

 

Photo Credit: Phill Griffith

 

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Local school children are creating the world of Dr Seuss this week

Local school children are creating the world of Dr Seuss this week

The students of Churchers College will be creating the magical world of Dr Seuss in Petersfield’s Festival Hall this week in Seussical The Musical.

Director Ruth Northey, Amanda Inkley, Head of Marketing and student Jess, have a chat with Laura Sheppard about what you can expect. 

The Ticket – local arts and entertainment

The Ticket – local arts and entertainment

In The Ticket this month, Laura Sheppard chats to a documentary film maker, Tom Grove, in Havant, and finds out from Rob Sheppard Lottie Walker from the Blue Fire Theatre Company. Gareth Boyes chats to Susan Becket from the City Eye Film Network and Dr Roy Hanney from DV Mission, and Noni Needs talks all things film and Hampshire with Douglas Rae, film producer of The Great Escaper.

The Ticket – local arts and entertainment

The Ticket – local arts and entertainment

In The Ticket this month, Laura Sheppard chats to a documentary film maker, Tom Grove, in Havant, and finds out from Rob Sheppard what it was like to adapt A Christmas Carol into a radio play for Shine Radio this Christmas. Julie Butler meets some singers who do something unusual while they’re singing, and Alistair Knox-Crawford finds out from Rob Allerston what’s coming up at the Phoenix Theatre in Bordon.

Petersfield Museum Courthouse is home to an old American president

Petersfield Museum Courthouse is home to an old American president

Edie Campbell from Lynchpin Theatre is visiting Petersfield Museum with a play based on excerpts from Abraham Lincoln’s letters and told through the eyes and pen of fictional journalist Emily Briggs. Edie tells Laura Sheppard how the stories of the past still resonate today.