Canterbury Festival 2017
Three weeks of theatre, music, comedy, circus, cabaret, art, sculpture, walks and talks.
The 2016 Festival saw internationally acclaimed artists come to Kent to perform a wide range of shows. They included the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow and Australian circus company Circa. The King’s Mile became the home to a series of artist portraits, the Cathedral’s Chapter House was alight with 200 bulbs as part of an international exhibition from Bernardí Roig and a roaming 1920’s vintage dance hall housing circus, dance, cabaret, comedy and plenty of music landed in the city centre. The festival drew audiences of more than 65,000, of all ages, to over 200 free and ticketed events.
This year's events will be announced in early July. For more info visit www.canterburyfestival.co.uk