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'Happily Ever After' from 'Ever After' Commentary with George Fenton. from Tim Burden on Vimeo.


I have the pleasure of hosting an evening with George Fenton as part of the 2013 Ballymena Arts Festival (Northern Ireland) on Wednesday April 17th at 8pm.

The evening will feature George playing some of his award-winning music live on piano and speaking with me about his beginnings through to his latest work, and the audience will have the opportunity to ask some questions at the end of the evening. There will of course be plenty of clips to showcase on the theatre's big screen; From TV & film, to his incredible Planet Earth concerts. Other special guests will also be on stage with us, but these will be confirmed nearer the time.

Seeing and hearing some of our favourite composers speak about what they do is often a rare opportunity to embrace, so I hope you are able to come along. The event will be filmed for publication in FSM Online later this year, but I know you'd rather be there in person. Here is the official page for reading more and booking tickets:

Tickets are only £10 and there is a 50% Discount for FSMO subscribers, please email me for more info:

See you there! 


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George Fenton has been doing some radio interviews today for our event tomorrow night. A reminder that if you mention Film Score Monthly Online when pre-booking or buying tickets at the door, you will receive 50% off the ticket price :-)

Here's one of the interviews, with Carolyn Stewart (apologies for my phone dropping sound effect! Ahem.)

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