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The printed programmes for this year's Audlem Music & Arts Festival are now available.

It's a superb line-up for the 12th Audlem Festival running from Thursday 31st May to Tuesday 5th June in the village's pubs, churches, halls, cafés and open spaces.

The variety of acts and performances is greater than ever with over eighty events to choose from.

As well as the printed programme, you can also click on to the Festival website — the link is below the photo.

Over the coming weeks, Audlem Online will be taking a regular look at what's on offer and, of course, during the Festival, we will be bringing you previews, reviews, photos and, hopefully, the odd and quirky stories that come with any great event.

The printed programme also shows the amazing support from local businesses for this event. It's a great read so well worth grabbing your copy now!

 

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