Blanchards Bailey announces ongoing Artsreach partnership for 2017
Blanchards Bailey has announced its continued partnership with Dorset’s rural touring arts organisation Artsreach throughout 2017 - helping bring high quality events to the community.
The announcement comes following a successful partnership during the autumn season that has delivered over 60 performances at a variety of venues across Dorset.
It means the forward thinking law firm and Artsreach will extend their shared mission of supporting the community and helping it prosper by supporting events like Kali Theatre’s ‘My Big Fat Cowpat Wedding’, where over 100 revellers turned out in October for a feast of comedy.
Alan Horne, Principal and Chief Executive at Blanchards Bailey, said: “We look forward to extending our relationship with Artsreach throughout 2017 after being impressed by all the great work the group has undertaken within the community during the autumn.
“Our organisations have a lot in common and we are pleased to continue our support which will benefit the community by making culture and arts available to all.”
Kerry Bartlett, Co-Director at Artsreach, said: “We are grateful for the support of Blanchards Bailey and look forward to extending our partnership through 2017.
“Our efforts will help ensure the people of Dorset enjoy quality arts thanks to the help of a great local business.”
This year will see an array of styles and genres from both national and international performers. Crowned winners of Best Duo at the 2016 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman get the season underway this month.
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