The 27th Bewdley Festival brings its traditional eclectic mix of local talent, regional celebrities and stars of stage, screen and concert halls, packed into an eventful ten days in October, much anticipated by lovers of music, comedy, drama and the arts in Bewdley and beyond.
The 2014 line-up includes world-renowned musicians as diverse as concert pianist Andrei Gavrilov, British jazz pioneer Courtney Pine and iconic songstress Kiki Dee. Politics, spoken word and humour all appear (often intertwined) with appearances by Chris Mullin, Hal Cruttenden and Ian McMillan, who brings his uproarious tales, poetry and musical partner Luke Carver Goss.
As always you will find some hidden gems, Jo Enright, Joan Bakewell, Doug Scott, Judy Cornwell, and just why did Miss Gibbs need to be so careful?
Click here to see the full list of events and details of the annual Art exhibition, this year featuring the work of Keith Noble.
Please remember that Bewdley Festival depends on its volunteers to thrive. We are always looking for new volunteers and helpers so please give the office a call if you are interested in furthering the Arts in the area.