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The Frome Festival Brochure hits the streets!

This year’s colourful Frome Festival brochure, designed by Sholto Walker, depicts the Frome town skyline including the steeple of St John’s. 

It commemorates the centenary of WWI – Fields of poppies, and a line from Siegfried Sassoon “I’ve looked … Bright roofs and towers of town I’ve seen, And starts wheeling through wingless night. I’ve looked and my soul yet longs for light” all beneath a vivid orange and yellow sunrise.

The Frome Festival, now in its 14th year, is a community Arts festival which will run for 10 days from the 4th-13th July, incorporating two weekends, with events to suit all ages, tastes and pockets.

You can search under ‘Line-Up’ on the Frome Festival website: www.frome festival.co.uk, and search by event, date, venue or category i.e. (Children & Family/Workshop/Free/Comedy etc…) … and the question that everyone is asking is: “How and where do I book my tickets?”

Frome Festival tickets are now on sale to the general public, in person only, at the Frome Festival box office at the Cheese and Grain (tel: 01373 455420). Festival Friends have priority booking. You can become a friend for £20 at www.fromefestival.co.uk/frome-festival-friends

Many events are free and do not require booking at box office. Please check brochure (available at Frome Library, TIC, Cheese & Grain, many shops, cafes …) or online www.fromefestival.co.uk/ line-up. Some festival events which are held at the main venues can also be booked online through the venues. www.cheese andgrain.com; www.frome memorialtheatre.org.uk; www.merlintheatre.co.uk; www.cooperhall.org.

 

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