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The Totnes and Bridgetown Festival of Arts and Culture is a celebration! Using visual arts, circus, theatre, dance, film, storytelling, spoken word, music and more to explore place and belonging. The festival brings together a local network of community groups, artists, independent venues, outdoor spaces and individuals showcasing a programme of workshops, shows and events taking place over 10 days.

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Festival Highlights

Julius Caesar

By THE GLOBE

The Globe on Tour bring Julius Caesar to Dartington as part of their Summer 2022 UK tour! Conspiracy to kill, public broadcast of cunning rhetoric, a divisive fight for Greatness. Ancient Rome has never felt closer to home.

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Totnes Festival Grand Parade

Come and join us for a spectacular parade and procession from Bridgetown all the way through town to Borough Park on Sunday 21st August. Let’s fill the town with colour and creativity!

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Rasha Nahas

Totnes Festival welcomes acclaimed singer, composer and instrumentalist Rasha Nahas to St Mary’s Church. Rasha’s sound moves seamlessly between early rock ‘n’ roll and the anarchic heyday of ’80s experimental electronica.

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Sonic Landscapes of Colour

Totnes Festival presents the premier of Sonic Landscapes of Colour; a Sound Art Documentary that tells the story of young People of Colour who have grown up in the South West (Somerset, Devon & Cornwall).

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Finding Your Inner Gargoyle

A live theatrical circus installation and performance taking place on and around St Mary’s Church at dusk on the Saturday 20th August. Using fire, physical theatre, aerial and dance to transport you to a dark world of fire, fury, and fantastical creatures.

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