Summer Festival 2024

5-9 June 2024

Various locations in Clevedon, BS21 [ Map ]

Downloadable Programme

Check below for ticket links

Unticketed events:

8 June - The Riff Corner CLF Takeover - late night open mic storytelling 9.30pm - midnight (adults only).
Want to read? Bring your short stories, excerpts and poetry and register on the door from 9.00 pm. All genres and levels of experience welcome.
9 June - Live Music at Clevedon Community Bandstand 5pm-9pm featuring local legend Jonah Hitchens, multi instrumentalist and Kora master Suntou Susso, and Helele - Afro jazz dance music led by Alphonse Touna .

Ticketed events - click on the link to book:

5 June - Julia Bradbury in conversation with Pauline Cox at Curzon Cinema & Arts doors open 7pm
6 June - Emma Tarlo talks about 'Under the Hornbeams' at Books on the Hill 7pm-8pm
7 June:
Elizabeth Delo - Talking about Becoming Liz Taylor at Books on the Hill 4.30pm-5.30pm
'Wild visions, untamed myth' Katy Cawkwell, Lucy Lill at The Theatre Shop 7.30pm (14+)
8 June: 
Children's Comic Art Masterclass with Kev F at St John's Hall 9.30am-11.30am11am-12.30pm
Dr Dwight Turner 'The Psychology of Supremacy in the age of Trump and Sunak' Curzon Cinema & Arts 11am-12.30pm
Keza O'Neill & Julie Davies - Writing Award Winning Short Stories at St John's Hall 1.30pm-2.30pm
Christie Watson - A Conversation about her medical thriller Moral Injuries at St John's Hall 3pm-4pm
Tom Parfitt - High Caucasus: On foot through Russia’s highest mountains at St John's Hall 4.30pm -5.30pm
Liz Berry & Ruth Angell – THE HOME CHILD at The Theatre Shop 7.30pm-9.30pm
9 June:
Stephen Sparks - The Geology of Clevedon Pier at the Pier! Prebooking essential - tickets will not be available on the door 11am-12pm
Poetry on the Hill - Featuring Special Guest Melanie Branton at Kabbala, Hill Road 12.30pm-2pm (free tickets + book a slot to read)
Jessica Hepburn - Save me from the Waves at St Peter's Church Hall, BS21 7QE 2.30pm-3.30pm



            

Images from our 2023 Festival