Caught by the River Thames’ Walled Garden Line Up Announced

17 March 2016 // Caught By... //Events //Music

This summer, Caught by the River Thames takes over Fulham Palace for two days of live music, literature, arts, nature and beer. We’ve already announced main stage acts like Super Furry Animals (playing their only London date of 2016), Low, Beth Orton, Mulatu Astatke, Temples, Sun Ra Arkestra, Chris Packham and much much more. Elsewhere, […]

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Let’s All Take A Trip To The Edge Of The Country

23 April 2015 // Caught By... //Events //Music

A week long festival of music, outdoor living and adventure. In two parts. Taking over Fforest Farm, Cilgerran between 10th – 17th August. This summer, Caught by the River heads west for seven days of music, talks, workshops and blissful outdoor living at Fforest in Cardigan (10 – 17 August 2015). Caught by the River […]

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Water and Sky: A Caught by the River Book

26 February 2014 // Books //Caught By...

We’re pretty bloody delighted to be able to announce that we’re publishing Neil Sentance’s Water and Sky: Voices from the Riverside, our first original title in May. After a couple of fantastic compendiums (Words on Water and On Nature), this book is an original by a longtime Caught by the River contributor; and that’s being […]

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I (Still) Believe In Rock’n’Roll

29 April 2013 // Birds //Books //Caught By... //Chris Watson Watch

07 I Believe In Rock & Roll Today is Bill Drummond’s birthday, as a good excuse an excuse as any to raise a glass, to post this and point newer readers towards a few of The Man’s Caught by the River related links – a recording of Bill reading his chapter from Words on Water […]

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Rivertones 2: The Sea-Road

16 October 2012 // Books //Caught By... //Chris Watson Watch //Miscellany

Robert Macfarlane & Chris Watson: The Sea Road (17.32) Recorded live at Port Eliot festival, July 2012 b/w Granite (7.05) (Watson) /Stormbeach (7.25)(Watson) Rivertones 2. A 12” single, released November 2012 Undoubtedly the highlight’s of Caught by the River’s summer was an utterly unique collaboration between two of Britain’s most forward-thinking adventurers, author Robert Macfarlane […]

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