A fresh perspective
Experience the festival season from a fresh perspective this summer, as music, food and arts unite at these action-packed events across the local area…
Graze festival is a new music, food and arts festival taking place on Sunday 28th August in Twyford, Winchester. Graze is a non-profit event which raises money for local charities and groups. The festival will include a number of pop-up restaurants, performing arts and children’s activities, as well as an exciting line-up featuring a variety of artists.
Find out more at www.grazefestival.com
Wickham Festival is a four-day family friendly festival featuring music and entertainment for all the family, with the setting forming a relaxed, folk festival feeling.
The event, which takes place from Thursday 4th to Sunday 7th August, features a packed line-up of entertainment, spread across the three music stages and an open stage. Further attractions include a cinema tent, a circus tent, a craft fayre and real ale tents.
There will be a wide range of food for sale – including pizza, noodles, burgers, curries and various Mexican dishes – ensuring there’s something to suit all tastes on offer.
For further details, check out www.wickhamfestival.co.uk
The Petersfield Shakespeare Festival
The Shakespeare Festival is taking place to celebrate the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, and is running from 13th to 24th July.
Performances take place at Bedales School, next to the 18th century Sotherington Barn. This provides the perfect spot for some summer evening entertainment, with a vast range of Shakespeares work being show - One tragedy, one comedy, a history and The Tempest. We advise you to book now, for “Delays have dangerous ends”. (Henry VI Part 1)
For more information, see www.petersfieldshakespearefestival.co.uk