Landscape Short Film featuring Richard Skelton, Rob St John and Laura Cannell

8 March 2015 // Music

Press release: Having recently released his first solo album in over two years, Nimrod Is Lost In Orion And Osyris In The Doggestarre, under the pseudonym The Inward Circles, Richard Skelton will perform three headline UK shows including 20 March Islington Mill Salford, 21 March De La Warr Pavilion Bexhill on Sea and 22 March […]

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Shadows and Reflections – Rob St.John

29 December 2012 // Shadows & Reflections

The year began warm and is closing frozen. In India in early January, as a friend’s wedding stretched over a week, we circled the rural south on trains and buses, sidestepping rusty tiger traps on tea plantations and watching kites circle city streets. On my return, ‘Weald’ (the record I put out at the end […]

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Caught by the River at Port Eliot Festival 2017

27 April 2017 // Port Eliot Festival

Port Eliot Festival, St. Germans, Cornwall Thursday 27 – Sunday 30 July, 2017 With the summer on the horizon, it’s time think about the Caught by the River stage’s return to Port Eliot festival, and those amazing Cornish vistas that make for one of the most spectacular festival sites in Britain. This year — our […]

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On Aston’s Eyot

30 March 2017 // Miscellany

Words and pictures: Melissa Harrison I typed ‘[ENDS]’ on the last page of a manuscript this week, and then went out and bought myself a glass of prosecco. Unfortunately, typing ‘[ENDS]’ isn’t quite the same thing as finishing writing a novel, but it’s a milestone nonetheless. I reached it in Oxford, at the home of […]

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Video Strolls Film of the Month: Abandoned Farm at Twyford Abbey

20 January 2017 // Video Strolls

Video Strolls choose a film per month to showcase on Caught by the River. Liberty Rowley introduces this month’s selection: Starting out, rather unpromisingly, by the A406 in the rain, to find a monastery written about in a book published in 1927, John Rogers follows Nick Papadimitriou – who, as usual, seems more concerned about […]

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