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November 2, 2011


Our exciting autumn programme is gathering pace and here is a rundown of all the good things you can look forward to in the run-up to Christmas! So do book now! Call Lorrie on 01823 328324 or email

  • VIENNA PIANO TRIO: 4 concerts. Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart, Dvorak and more. Friday, 4 November to Sunday, 6 November – £20 per concert
    This world famous trio and The Castle’s Ensemble-in-Residence opens our 35th season of music weekends.


  • DIGBY JONES: in association with the Somerset Community Foundation
    Monday, 14 November at 6.30pm -Pre-talk drinks, Talk and buffet supper with wine £85
    Inspirational speaker and orator on the politics and problems of today.


  • MICHAEL BUERK: legendary BBC broadcaster and host of the Moral Maze
    Friday, 18 November at 6.45pm – Talk £12; Talk & Dinner with wine £49
    Veteran presenter of ethical issues and individual dilemmas. (R 4’s The Choice)


  • POLITICS WEEKEND: Martin Bell, Douglas Hurd, Clare Short and others
    Friday 25 November to Sunday, 27 November
    High-flying politicians debate the issues of today. Presented by Martin Randall Travel 020 8742 3355.


  • EXETER CATHEDRAL CHOIR: Christmas carols and entertainment in aid of the Exeter Cathedral Third Millennium Campaign.
    Friday, 9 December at 6.30pm – Concert £20; Concert & Dinner with wine and entertainment between the courses £89
    The West Country’s leading cathedral choir in concert. With the Bishop of Exeter.

Louise, Kit Chapman and all the team look forward to welcoming you.

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