By a County Press reporter
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Comedian Alan Davies was one of the stars of this year's Isle of Arts on the Isle of Wight. Picture by Peter Boam.
PLANS are already taking shape for next year’s Isle of Arts festival, which could include an arts event to help commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War.
Isle of Arts 2014 will take place between May 2 to 5.
Organisers are considering holding either an event or an exhibition to include art, poetry and music of a century ago and connected to the Island during the First World War.
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by Mike Crowe
31st October 2013, at 09:56:43
I wonder if any group will do 'Oh What a Lovely War'?http://ohwhatalovelywar.org/The Apollo Players did it a good few years back and it was a 'draining' experience. We had some of the old War Widows in one night and even in the dark you could see the handkerchiefs coming out.
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