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All is in place for the 12th Audlem Music & Arts Festival which runs from Thursday 31st May — less than three weeks away — to Tuesday 5th June.

This is the biggest free festival of its kind in Cheshire, with 83 performances playing and singing for your entertainment in the three village pubs.

In addition to music to suit all tastes, there will be an embroidery exhibition in the Methodist Hall, photographic and arts and crafts exhibitions in the Scout & Guide Hall, a choral night in St James' Church, and a special 1920s speakeasy with Charleston lessons and jazz singing in the Mehodist car park.

Visit the Festival website for full details — click on the link below the photo from last year's Festival or pick up a printed programme.

If you have a modern smartphone, you can now subscribe to the gigs calendar — an ideal pocket reference whilst you're walking round the village. You can also download all the gigs as a printable PDF file. Check it all out on the Festival website.

Please contact Ralph Warburton on 01270 812125 or email rjw@notrubraw.com with any queries.

 

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