Promising a mouth-watering variety of blues and jazz, performed by some of the best known and loved names on the national and regional music circuit, the Lichfield Blues and Jazz Festival is on from Friday June 2nd to Sunday June 4th.
Visitors will be treated to sounds ranging from acoustic and strident Blues, to Big Band Jazz, Swing, Boogie–Woogie and full-on Jazz.
Lichfield's favourite bread makers, Hunnypot Cottage Designs, will be showcasing their delicious artisan breads from the Tin Can Alley located at The Heart of the Country Shopping Village. From Friday 2nd June to Sunday June 4th.
Friday 2nd June:
The Little Saplings Sensory Play and story telling at the National Memorial Arboretum is designed to help the youngest visitors enjoy the Arboretum and heighten their development and enjoyment of learning.
Illusion Juniorz Streetcheer
Saturday 3rd June:
Offering a wide range of children's classes to accommodate every age and dancing ability, the Linda Lovell School of Dance is in a welcoming environment where you can progress at your own pace and choose what you want to learn. Lessons every Saturday.
Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at the Lichfield Garrick and how professional productions are created? Join them as you explore backstage, take a sneak peek into their dressing rooms and meet their expert technical and creative teams.
Join the exclusive volunteer guided tour of the cellars, not usually open to the public. Explore Dr Darwin's spooky cellars and see a hidden part of 13th century Lichfield at the Erasmus Darwin House.
The Royal Military Police Association will hold an annual Remembrance service including a chapel service, parade, march past and an Act of Remembrance at the National Memorial Arboretum.
Sunday 4th June:
This recital of solo keyboard works by Haydn and Mozart offers a rare opportunity to experience the sound world of the 18th century fortepiano – the inspiration for two of the giants of Western Music.
Something for the weekend...
Lichfield's own shanty side invite you to join in with some rousing chorus songs. So why not come and join – you’ll be hooked straight away!
Featuring well-known classics such as 'Make Em Laugh', 'Good Morning' and of course 'Singin' In The Rain', this charming musical is a must-see at the Lichfield Garrick.
A new play, covering one hour in 1803, reveals a story of how the famous Herkenrode Glass came to Lichfield Cathedral.
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