I’m thrilled to report that some of my photos will be on display and available to buy at the Welbourne Arts festival over this weekend.
The Festival is the biggest village-based contemporary arts festival in Norfolk and features a fantastic two days ofilm, drama, dance, visual arts, live music, literature, street performers, comedy and hands-on workshops.
- Louis de Bernières reading from his international best-selling novels
- Seven short films made in partnership with UEA – all inspired by Welborne
- Indian dance and Molly Dancing
- Four by Four, four short plays written by Wymondham-based writers, plus comedy theatre from Norwich-based Rapid Gambit
There’s also drama from local schools, directed by UEA students, and music performed by local young people with members of the Britten Sinfonia, as well as exhibitions from Norfolk Contemporary Craft Society, North Norfolk Organisation for Visual Artists and work curated by Katarzyna Coleman.
The festival run on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 June (Saturday 11.30am to 6.30pm and Sunday 11.30am to 4.30pm) and entry is adults £6 and under 16 free.