Blanchards Bailey has announced its continued partnership with Dorset’s rural touring arts organisation Artsreach throughout 2018, helping to ensure that a diverse programme of high-quality events continue to be performed in rural communities.
The announcement comes following the release of the brand new Artsreach Spring Performance Programme, which sees 26 different companies give 68 live performances in 48 community venues across the county.
Yvonne Gallimore, Co-Director at Artsreach, said: “To have the continued support of Blanchards Bailey throughout 2018 is fantastic; we look forward to further developing our partnership and the reach of our events with their backing.
“Our efforts will help ensure the people of rural Dorset enjoy quality arts thanks to the help of a great local business.”
Packed with music, theatre, cabaret, dance and more, this year will see an array of styles and genres from both national and international performers. The season, which started with a sell-out weekend from the 11th January, was the first in the charity’s 28th year of programming in the county.