DAY FIVE - Sunday 30 June

Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) vs St Edmund's 1st XI

Venue:  St Edmund's 1st XI Cricket Pitch
Time:  Match begins 11.00 am 

Sunday 30 June

Enjoy a day of cricket sitting under the canopy of the chestnut trees that majestically line our 1st XI cricket pitch.


Bring picnics or pre-order a lunch box (£8.50) or tea ticket (£3.50)

Go to

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Refreshments available from 10.00am.


Please use the Giles Lane car park for this event.

Ticket Price: No charge

Sunday Morning Salsa 

Sunday 30 June

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

Join us for a fabulous summer morning’s dance class and freestyle dancing.  The 2 hour class will introduce you to merengue, bachata, kizomba and semba, moving onto Cuban salsa. Whether you are learning your first salsa steps or are already a seasoned dancer, you will enjoy this event. Leon and Melanie will give demonstrations, teach a little about the origins of these styles and will teach routines including beginner and more advanced steps.
As long as you can move comfortably there is no dress code but please feel free to dress up for the occasion. Dancers are invited to the Festival Marquee after the workshop for 'tapas' style refreshments.

Ticket Price: £15 available on the door

Harry the Piano

This event is kindly sponsored by

Venue:  Francis Musgrave Performing Arts Centre (Theatre)
Time:  2.30 pm

Harry’s extraordinary talent and breathtaking creativity have earned him a reputation as one of the most gifted improvising pianists in the world.
Celebrities and critics alike have lined up to shower him with praise often smacking of astonishment. No other musician can spontaneously reinvent Michael Jackson in the style of Mozart, recreate a night at the Groucho club through the TV themes of its actor members, and improvise a seamless medley of audience requests ranging from James Bond to Shostakovich via West Side Story.
Join us for a magical afternoon with the 'human jukebox' followed by tea and cake in the Festival Marquee.
‘The best damn pianist in the civilised world.’ Jonathan Ross
 ‘What fun it must be to be able to play the piano like that, I wish I could do it.’ 
H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales 

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

Sunday 30 June

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