What are the dates for Totnes and Bridgetown Festival 2022?2022-04-25T16:19:10+00:00

The first festival of its kind Totnes and Bridgetown Festival will take place August 15th to August 24th 2022

  • Opening Ceremony Monday 15th August (info to follow)
  • Parade Sunday 21st August (more info here)
How do I order a copy of the festival programme?2022-07-22T15:45:41+00:00

The printed programme is available now. Please contact info@totnesfestival.co.uk if you would like a copy.

Where is the festival location?2022-05-04T12:48:02+00:00

Totnes and Bridgetown Festival is being held in the medieval town of Totnes, South Devon

The festival is spread out across the town using a combination of open spaces and indoor venues. Most venues are in the centre of Totnes along Fore Street and the High Street. You can find out more information about the different venues by going to the drop down What’s On menu.

How do we get to Totnes?2022-07-22T15:38:24+00:00

Planning your trip to Totnes.

By Train

It’s easy and straightforward to get to Totnes by train, eg London is only 2hr 45 mins away and Penzance is just 2hr 24mins.

Book your rail tickets at:




By Coach

Are you looking for a cheaper way to get to Totnes?  Service operated by National Express

Local Bus

Totnes is serviced by excellent bus routes – if you live locally and want to travel into Totnes by bus have a look at Bob the Bus and Stagecoach for their timetables.


Travelling by car? For more information on car parking locations click here.

For more information on charges click here.

Park and Ride

Our amazing local bus service Bob the Bus is supporting the festival and offering a Park and Ride service from our local secondary school KEVICC. Look out for the signage as you approach Totnes from Dartington on the A385 Ashburton Road.

Timetable available here.


What food options are there?2022-07-22T14:59:23+00:00

Totnes is well known for it’s diverse and delicious food, there is definitely something for everybody!

There will be the Food for the Soul @ The Mansion on Fore Street for the duration of the festival – check out the full programme here!

Here’s a snapshot of food on offer around the town click here.

How is the festival ticketed?2022-05-04T10:58:48+00:00

All tickets can be bought online.

If an event is ticketed, on the event page you will find a link on the right-hand side via which you can buy tickets.

Tickets for events taking place at independent venues such as The Barrel House Ballroom and Totnes Cinema can be bought via the venue websites, and you will also find the ticket links on the event pages on this website.

If an event is marked ‘FREE’ and there is no link provided, you do not need to book a ticket. If an event is free but you need to book a place, a link will always be provided and this will be stated on the event page.

For some events, tickets have not yet been released. We will share on social media and via the mailing list when tickets are released for these events. On the event page, it will say when tickets will become available.

To navigate to the event page click on the What’s On drop down menu where you can view events By Date, By Category or By Venues.

Event Information2022-05-04T10:43:01+00:00

How long are the events?

Performance specific information can be found on the What’s On page. Please use the drop down menu to find out more information by clicking on By Venues.

How does the seating work?

Seating will be specific to venue. Please go to our What’s On page and use the drop down menu to find out more information by clicking on By Venues.

Are there events for Children and Families?

Yes, there are many exciting events for children and family. Please check our What’s On page and use the drop down menu to find out more information by clicking on By Date, By Category or By Venue.


Are there any volunteer opportunities at the festival?2022-07-22T15:05:51+00:00

Absolutely, we would love to hear from you!

Please apply to be a volunteer here.



Will there be any covid regulations in place?2022-04-25T15:51:59+00:00

We will be working with the Government guidelines that are in place at the time of the festival and will communicate these to you should they change.


Where can I find information on accessibility?2022-04-25T16:13:49+00:00

Full information will be available soon.

PLEASE NOTE2022-05-04T11:58:45+00:00

The use of audio recorders, cameras and mobile phones during the performance is dependent on venues.

No flash photography during indoor or outdoor performances.

Visitors to Totnes and Bridgetown Festival may be filmed and/or photographed for future promotions of the festival including social media.

If you are a photographer looking to apply for photography/media access at the festival please contacts us for our press and pr contacts.


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