This Grammy nominated musician has had her multi-platinum selling songs recorded by everyone from Willie Nelson, to Wynonna Judd, Trisha Yearwood, Peter Frampton, Emmylou Harris and Mark Knopfler, among others. Her brand of lyrical Americana is utterly beautiful. "When I hear Kimmie sing, it makes me know what the phrase ‘pulling on your heart strings' means" (Waylon Jennings). Playing with her son Gabe Rhodes.
Tickets: £12.50 (price covers the music only) To book, please call 01395 568521 or visit our Mill Shop in the Mill...
A welcome return visit from one of America's leading acoustic performers. Toby is a fingerstyle guitar virtuoso and a true entertainer, who delivers his sensational blend of blues, rag and folk with passion, humour and soul.
He's sung and played with blues greats from Richie Havens to Taj Mahal and Bo Diddley, and is described by John Hammond as "A real killer with fantastic technique. He just knocks me out".
Tickets: £12.75 (price covers the music only)
To book, please call 01395 568521 or visit our Mill Shop in the Mill building.
We first saw the side swept plait in 2010 for Alexander Wang by session stylist and Redken Creative Consultant Guido Palau. He wanted something that was sexy, cool and casual. He added extensions for extra thickness and length and did a simple three strand plait pinned loosely on the side and pulled over the shoulder. Everyone from Victoria Beckham to Cheryl Cole wore this and today there is a great fresh up-to-date version of this original look.
In 2012 we are wearing this look still loosely pinned and to the side but with a twist. This is now with a super easy fishtail...
People don’t often talk about the downside of singing. A few years ago Chris Rowbury wrote something about it in his blog - http://blog.chrisrowbury.com/2011/04/why-singing-is-bad-for-you-and-7.html We know about the health and social benefits but, apart from Chris, few mention the problems.
Singing can become addictive — once you start it’s very hard to stop. It’s such an enjoyable activity that you will start noticing it everywhere and begin to take every opportunity you can to sing and even whistle (space limitations prevent a detailed description of the negative aspects of...
Exeter city centre manager John Harvey will be submitting a full report on the successful opening of John Lewis yesterday. Although there were a few 'teething problems' mainly to do with water flooding the lower ground floor, and insufficient water pressure in the 4th floor restaurant the day is being described as a resounding success for the whole city centre. Mr Harvey is extremely optimistic for an increasingly busy weekend.
Oscar Wilde once said “Only dull people are brilliant at breakfast”... well the great wit of our time didn’t hear about the fantastic new breakfast menu at Giraffe!
From Monday 29th October to Friday 2nd November Giraffe on Princesshay in Exeter will cast some much-needed light on the most momentous meal of the day by delivering a delectable 2-4-1 breakfast deal. For those five golden mornings, diners can buy one brekkie and get another absolutely free by simply going to www.giraffe.net/classic/promotions and downloading their voucher.
The first training session for Balloons Level One in ‘Childhood Grief’ was delivered by Deborah Butler and the feedback from delegates was excellent.
Balloons Level One training has been designed to meet the initial demands of adults who want, or need, to understand the impact of grief on children and young people. It is a course that will be valuable for many agencies, establishments and individuals.
If you are interested in booking a place, Balloons is running Level One on the
17th October and 22nd November at Cardinal Newman House, Wonford Road, Exeter, EX2 4PF....