Inclusivity Not Exclusivity
BELPER ARTS FESTIVAL
29 APRIL TO 29 MAY 2017
Plans are well under way for the fifth Belper Arts Festival and to build on the success of 2016. In fact, since the first Festival in 2013, in the region of 60,000 visitors have spent an estimated £900,000 in the local economy.
This is your opportunity to organise your event(s) and be part of a truly community based Festival, built upon inclusivity, not exclusivity.
You are welcome to organise events based around art, music, theatre, comedy, photography, film, dance and literature. The events can be performances, workshops, talks or whatever you fancy.
The documents featured on the web site as word documents are available for downloading. These include Guidelines for Organisers and an Application Form.
You'll also find a timetable for the events organised so far. This will help you avoid clashing with other events, although we cannot promise that won't happen.
Belper Arts Festival is a festival aimed at encouraging people to take part and be part of the events. The Organising Committee is not judgmental but we do reserve the right to refuse an event inclusion.
Download the 2017 Event Guidelines
Download the 2017 Line-up So Far
Download the 2017 Registration Form
For more information contact
GENERAL ENQUIRIES, THEATRE AND LITERATURE
George Gunby - Tel: 07847 478251 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Suzanne Parnell - Email: email@example.com
Kelly Nixon - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MUSIC FESTIVAL AT ST. PETER'S CHURCH
Beate Wilmshurst - Email: email@example.com
BELPER OPEN HOUSES ART
Jayne Nemeth - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Clarke - Email: email@example.com
Nansy Ferrett (Artist)
Albert Pickersgill (Wood Turner)
Angela Thompson (Glass Artist)
Anne Clark (Woollen Woods)
John Hermanson (Potter)
Andy Mayers (Artist)
Tony Fisher (Photography)
Ellie Ward (Actor) Image courtesy of JGW Photography
Music "Daytime Playtime" James Oldrini
Louis Vella (Film & Direction)