All posts by Natasza Kuler-von-der-Luhe

Natasza Kuler-von-der-Luhe is a writer, poet, performer and photographer

Beanfield at the Bike Shed Theatre: review

Particular Theatre

Twenty-five years ago on June 1, the Peace Convoy, made up of hundreds of new-age travellers, was on its way to the 14th free festival at Stonehenge, Wilstshire, when it was met with violent action from police at a road-blockage set to determine an exclusion zone that had been declared four miles around the English Heritage site. Many convoy vehicles escaped through a hedge into a nearby field, and after a stand-off of several hours, riot police entered the field on foot.

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Yvonne Coomber’s My Heart’s Garden at The Paragon Gallery: review

Totnes artist Yvonne Coomber

Since taking over the Willy’s Bar venue in Gandy Street, The Paragon Gallery has become one of Exeter’s established galleries, filled with affordable works from local artists and run by owner Emma Bishop. Friday, May 14 saw the private view of Totnes-based painter Yvonne Coomber’s exhibition My Heart’s Garden, depicting abstract wild flower meadows in a glorious riot of colour.

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