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Wrap Party!

Join us for the very last event of the Festival of St Thomas Stories! This will be a wrap party to tie together all the wonderful events taking place during the festival, a chance to come together and celebrate a fantastic weekend whilst enjoying some music by Spectrum Choir and Mama Tokus. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a couple drinks from the bar too…

We are also be hosting a plant sale AT THE WRAP PARTY!

We will be selling the gorgeous plants that were used to dress the stage for River Land, so if you want a bargain to join your house plant collection, come on down to Emmanuel Hall.

Spectrum is Devon’s first and only choir for LGBTQ+ people (and allies) who enjoy singing. Since starting in 2013 they have grown from a small group, singing in someone’s front room, to a committed and strong group of almost 40 singers. They are proud to have performed at many local Pride events, and music festivals as well as singing on some big stages in London and Cardiff!

They are an inclusive community choir, so there’s no audition and you don’t need to read music. Their aims are to have fun, to sing uplifting songs and to build and celebrate community.

Mama Tokus is a singer, comic poet & MC, performing funny songs and rhymes. She is based in the Deep South West and is inspired by soul, blues, gospel and funk in both her music and her words. She has performed in the UK and the USA and is the creator of The Get-Together – a soulful show that brings communities together with food and music.

“A hybrid of cabaret, R&B, blues,funk and fun…Brilliant.” – R2 global folk-roots & blues magazine. 

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