DAY SIX - Monday 1 July

Cookery Demo: Italian style!

Venue:  Festival Marquee
Time:  5.30 pm

Monday 1 July

Come and see how homemade pasta is made by the Executive Chefs team from Holroyd Howe.
 
Damian and Stephen will demonstrate authentic workings and methods for making Tortellini, Tagliatelle & Ravioli and other Italian dishes. Join us for an entertaining hour of cookery tips from the professionals.
 
Lucky members of the audience will help on stage and have the chance to win an Italian food hamper for the best pasta

Ticket Price:  Free but booking is essential.

Workshops & Outreach

Monday 1 July

Venue: Francis Musgrave Performing Arts Centre (Theatre)
Time: 10.30 am - 12.30 pm

For pupils of St Edmund’s and local schools (invitation only).
 

Tippett’s Tuneful Tales
 
Big Band for Schools
 
Art workshops

Passion

Venue:  Francis Musgrave Performing Arts Centre (Theatre)
Time:  7.30 pm

An evening where words and music move in perfect harmony to celebrate Passion from actors and musicians of St Edmund's School, together with the acclaimed Tippett Quartet.
 
The programme includes another chance to hear ‘Intimate Letters’:  a recital that explores the relationship between the composer Janacek and his unrequited love Kamilla Stosslova - as expressed through over 700 love letters. Our actors Alexander Castle and Esme O’Connor play out this strange and intense relationship to contextualise the music of Janacek’s String Quartet No.2.  

Ticket Price: £10 adult; £5 child/student u21

Monday 1 July

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