The Ancient Silk Road – East meets West

A talk by Susie Brooks

For more than two millenia merchants have travelled both west and east to trade their wares with those from far away lands, crossing some of the most challenging terrain in the world. Cultural exchanges inevitably followed as the trade routes expanded. Travel the route with Susie Brooks as she presents a colourful picture of life in those days drawn from her studies as a guide/lecturer in the National Museum of Singapore.

Church House


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Our ever popular showing of ten minute plays in various locations in Tenby.

Succinct, sarcastic, hilarious and tragic, these plays may be short on time but they are long on emotion. They are part of a major competition which will be judged later in the year in Fishguard.

Today you can see them at the following locations;

7.30     The Sailing Club

8.30     Tavern Bar & Kitchen

9.30     The Buccaneer

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International pianist in concert

Alexander studied at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia (USA) under Leon Fleisher, Ignat Solzhenitsyn, and Robert McDonald. Alexander is currently pursuing postgraduate studies at the Royal College of Music, London with Professor Dmitri Alexeev and Professor Ian Jones. He has won international competitions: the Franz Liszt International Competition in Budapest (2011), the Tunbridge Wells Young Concert Artists Competition (UK, 2012), and the Lagny-sur-Marnes Piano Competition (France, 2013). In 2014 he took second place in the Isidor Bajic Memorial International Competition in Novi Sad (Serbia). He performs on tour in Europe, Asia, and America. His recent engagements include a tour of China, solo concerts at the Leipzig Gewandhaus, at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen, and the National Archives in Paris. He has performed with the symphony orchestras of Philadelphia, Fort Worth, New Jersey, and Montreal among others.

St Marys Church


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