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Sunday 28 March 2010
Family day at Wincanton Racecourse

Champagne breakfast at At The Chapel with an informative tipster to run through the racecard. Transport from At The Chapel to Wincanton Racecourse, and back at the end of the day: last race 4.30 pm
Exclusive Private Box
Premier Enclosure Admission
Behind the scenes tour, meet the jockeys, and lots more!
£25 per adult – children go free
Limited spaces – Booking essential!

Monday 8 March 2010
Oil City Confidential

Julien Temple’s last film in his trilogy on British music of the 1970’s. The story of Dr Feelgood, four men in cheap suits who crashed out of Canvey Island in the early ‘70’s, sandpapered the face of rock’n roll, leaving all that came before a burnt-out-ruin. Taking London by storm, they sped through Europe and conquered the UK with No 1 chart success, before imploding just as punk was born and America beckoned with open arms. Contributions from members of The Clash, Blondie and The Sex Pistols join Dr Feelgood with collaborators Jools Holland and Alison Moyet to tell the story of Canvey, 70’s England and the greatest local band in the world.

Now on limited release across the UK showing at At The Chapel on Monday 8 March at 7.30pm – introduced by the director Julien Temple and producerStephen Mallit.

£10 per ticket includes movie and pizza

‘Fucking Brilliant! – absolutely essential viewing for any music fan’
Phil Jupitus (Never Mind The Buzzcocks)
‘. . . nothing less than a masterclass in musical hagiography, beautifully photographed, superbly edited and utterly involving.’
Time Out

‘. . . I don’t think Julien Temple has ever made a film as good, and as purely insightful as this one’
The Guardian

Sunday 14 February 2010
Baroque At the Chapel

Music by Handel & Purcell
perfomed by Consort Pléon
Soprano, violins, cello, harpsichord

BAROQUE CONCERT & DINNER
£35
Doors 7 pm
Concert in two parts, starts 7.30 pm
Dinner 8 pm

Smoked salmon, chicory, capers & rye
Rabbit and pigeon terrine, celeriac coleslaw
Roasted squash, rocket, dandelion, pomegranate & pecorino

Sea Bream, brown shrimp butter, purple sprouting broccoli
Chargrilled chicken, wild mushrooms, truffle mash
Leek, thyme and goats cheese risotto

Lemon tart, crème fraiche
Chocolate torte, vanilla ice cream
Local cheeses, chutney, raisin and walnut bread
Concert resumes 10 pm

LIMITED BAR TICKETS available £10 including glass prosecco (bar menu from the starters)

 


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