Main Programme

Sunday 21st July

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The Smallest Greatest Show on Earth

Fantastic contemporary circus - expect to be thrilled, amused and thoroughly entertained!

7.30pm
Auden Theatre
£25

Monday 22nd July

Martin

Sir Martyn Lewis

It’s a quarter of a century since the former BBC and ITN newscaster Sir Martin Lewis stirred up a hornets nest with his controversial ‘good news’ speech.

2.30pm
Auden Theatre
£18

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The Lewis Sisters

Their music includes beautifully crafted, original tunes. Help celebrate the absurd with these amazing sisters.

6.00pm
Holt Community Centre
£16

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Flo & Joan

Musical comedy sisters Flo & Joan present a brand-new show of dark and witty songs.

8.15 pm
Auden Theatre
£22

Tuesday 23rd July

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Kate Mosse

Kate Mosse is a number one international bestselling novelist, playwright and non-fiction writer.

2.30pm
Auden Theatre
£18

Elsafty

Elsafty, O’Connor & Browne

A unique concert with one of Ireland’s finest singers and two of the most sensitive interpreters of Irish music.

6.00pm
St Andrew's Church
£24

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Luke Wright

Britain is on the hunt for a new Poet Laureate so Luke Wright is hitting the road with a new show the critics are calling his best yet.

8.30pm
Holt Community Centre
£15

Wednesday 24th July

Sir Tim

Sir Tim Waterstone

He'll reflect on his enormously successful career in discussion with Chris Gribble, CEO of the National Centre for Writing in Norwich.

3.00pm
Auden Theatre
£18

Cantabile

Cantabile The London Quartet

One of Britain’s great vocal groups performing a wide-ranging and entertaining programme.

6.00pm
St Andrew's Church
£25

Lights Planets People

LIGHTS! PLANETS! PEOPLE! and SICK

Fantastic Drama Double Bill of LIGHTS! PLANETS! PEOPLE! and SICK

8.00pm
Auden Theatre
£15

Thursday 25th July

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Terry Waite CBE

He spent a lifetime working in different trouble spots around the world. In Beirut he was captured and spent almost five years in solitary confinement.

2.30pm
Auden Theatre
£20

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And is it a Gainsborough? Hugh Belsey MBE

Hugh has spent the last fourteen years compiling the catalogue raisonné of portraits by Gainsborough.

4.30pm
Britten Building
£8

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Britten Oboe Quartet

Combine the highest musical standards with years of experience and the result is warm, expressive and above all enjoyable playing.

8.00pm
Auden Theatre
£22

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Stand-Up Comedy

Another fabulous line-up for this year's Stand-Up. Always a sell-out - we strongly advise you get your tickets early!

8.00pm
The Feathers Hotel
£16

Friday 26th July

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Richard Mabey

One of the foremost writers on the healing power of nature. He has written many books and won numerous awards.

2.30pm
Theatre in the Woods
£18

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OSCiLLATE

OSCiLLATE is a ground breaking tap dance experience that explores human interaction and the effects of miscommunication in relationships.

6.00pm
Auden Theatre
£22

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Toyah

Punk princess, cult stage and screen actress, vibrant, charismatic, outspoken and impossible to categorise award-winning rock legend.

8.15 pm
Theatre in the Woods
£35

Saturday 27th July

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Nigel Havers

If there was ever a man that needed no introduction it’s Nigel Havers who’s been gracing our screens and stages for more years than any of us care to remember.

2.30pm
Theatre in the Woods
£18

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Georgie Fame

A true icon of the British music scene, Georgie joins the festival as part of a select number of UK dates for 2019. Definitely an evening not to miss.

7.00 pm
Theatre in the Woods
£38

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Kairos 4Tet

Supporting Georgie Fame Kairos 4Tet promise ferocious grooves, searching improvisations and melodies that linger long after the music stops.

7.00 pm
Theatre in the Woods
£38