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The Southwold Arts Festival 2014

By sarahhowe, also posted in News on

This year marks the first Southwold Arts Festival and Adnams is proud to be lead sponsors. Southwold has brought great inspiration to a variety of artists who live in the area and so it seems fitting that we should have a festival that brings them together for the enjoyment of all. The Southwold Arts Festival takes place from 28th June to 5th July 2014. Emma Freud, the Patron of the Southwold Arts Festival, says: "My favourite town already has everything that makes life wonderful... a music festival, a literary festival, a summer theatre and now its own Arts Festival - a huge celebration of everything that is artistically fabulous in our community. The volunteer planning team has been working since early 2013 to make the events wonderful, dynamic and inspiring. Choose an event you know will be great, but also take a risk on one event you've never heard of and have no idea about... that's the exciting part." The festival begins on Saturday 28th June 2014 with a Children's Parade to the Market place where the festival will be officially opened at 12pm by Emma Freud. The High Street will then be filled with live music, entertainers, artists and local food and drink until 6pm. Here is a list of the Main Festival events for the week: Saturday 28th June Operababes at St Edmund's Church, 7.30PM. Tickets are £17.50. Book now Sunday 29th June Festival Service at St Edmund's Church. Free entry. Vin Garbutt and John Ward Folk Concert at St Edmund's Hall, 7.30pm. Tickets are £12.50. Book now Monday 30th June George Szirtez: Bad Machines, Langoustines and Uncle Zoltan at St Edmund's Hall, 3pm. Tickets are £12. Book now The Premiere of Mary Shelley and The Curse of Frankenstein at St Edmund's Hall, 8pm. Tickets are £12. Book now Tuesday 1st July An Evening with Andrew Marr at St Edmund's Hall, 7.30pm. SOLD OUT Wednesday 2nd July 'My wallpaper is killing me, one of us has to go': a talk by Christine Woods at St Edmund's Hall, 11am. Tickets are £4. Book now John Osbourne talks about his love of the seaside at Cardinal Newman Hall, 2pm. Tickets are £4 . Book now Virtuoso violinist Tasmin Little with pianist Piers Lane at St Edmund's Church, 7.30pm. Tickets are £20. Book now Friday 4th July Piano recital by Nathan Williamson at St Edmund's Church, 7.30pm. Tickets are £12. Book now Saturday 5th July Nick Cope at Cardinal Newman Hall, 11am. Tickets are £3.50. Book now Jazz Goes to the Movies: Digby Fairweather and his Half Dozen with Val Wiseman at St Edmund's Hall, 7.30pm. Tickets are £17.50. Book now Further details of what's on, including fringe events and exhibitions, can be found here.  

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