FilmCrew present a canine tale of strange beauty when the Isle Of Dogs takes to the movie screen at Wadham School auditorium on Friday December 7th at 7.30 pm. Wes Anderson’s new stop-motion tale begins with a scene setting prologue from ‘Before the age of obedience’ and fast forwards to the Japanese archipelago 20 years in the future. With breathtaking visuals and an uncanny eye for canine behaviour, the animated dystopian comedy is funny, touching and full of heartfelt warmth and wit. Visitors may attend an individual film show for £6 without needing to book in advance. FilmCrew are also running a special offer of membership to see the remaining six films in the current season for £19. For membership queries, please contact Joan Clemow on 01935 822656.
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A new book about Crewkerne’s Parish Church and its people will be unveiled to the public on Saturday December 8th at St Bartholomew’s Church and will be available to buy at the special price of £8 from 11 am to 1 pm at the launch party where drinks and nibbles will be served. The book which tells the story of St Bartholomew’s Church and how for over 500 years the people who have worshipped there, have not only shaped the building but also the town, has been written by Peter Wingrave and illustrated with many new specially commissioned photographs taken by Jeff Hutson. Crewkerne Parish – its church and people will also be on sale after the launch date at Phoenix Bookshop and Crewkerne Town Hall.

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