A reminder that we'll be showing the award winning RiverBlue documentary on Thursday 23rd November in the Victoria Hall at 6pm. It is free for under 21s and £1 per ticket for everyone else. Please spread the word. It is open to everyone.
River conservationist Mark Angelo infiltrated the fashion industry to reveal the destruction of some of the world's most vital rivers through the dumping of toxic chemical waste, affecting the people and wildlife who rely on these rivers for survival.
RiverBlue acts as a demand for change in the textile industry and offers solutions of hope for a sustainable future.
We shall be showing "My Octopus Teacher", a feature documentary that tells the story of how Craig Foster, following a daily routine of diving in freezing kelp forests off the tip of South Africa, discovers an unusually curious octopus that becomes a major force in his life.
Shot over a full year, this beautiful record of the octopus’s entire life explores the habits and personality of a strange, undulating creature and shows us things never before recorded by science or on film.
Beyond intelligent, dextrous, and resilient, the cephalopod shares its secret world, redefining our understanding of the creatures we share our world with.
Entry, free for anyone under 21, otherwise £1 for members and guests, payable at the door. Victoria Hall, High Street, Tisbury (opposite Tisbury Motors).
Photo: Avocets (Izzy Fry)
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