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2017 marks the thirtieth consecutive annual Bewdley Festival which has celebrated the arts in all its forms every October since 1988.

The programme for this year’s Bewdley Festival offers a wide and eclectic range of acts, both daytime and evening, in various venues around the town.

Here’s a small selection of what’s on offer.

Roger McGough, one of Britain’s best-loved poets for both adults and children makes a welcome return to Bewdley Festival after featuring in the first ever Festival.

Timothy Watson, who plays Rob Titchener in The Archers presents on “Playing the Villain” at Bewdley Baptist Church and Maggie Andrews, a Professor of Cultural History at Worcester University is giving a talk on 100 Years of the WI.

Dr Pete Waterman OBE, the most successful British producer-songwriter in pop history.  In 1993 he purchased the first national rail franchise and he has continued to contribute massively to the preservation and development of this historic and essential industry. 

Renowned architectural historian Dan Cruickshank explores the most inspirational and characterful world buildings.

Music comes from one of the most successful bands of the 1980s, T’Pau, led by Carol Decker and The Tom Robinson Band appear as part of a short and exclusive tour to mark the 40th anniversary of 2-4-6-8 Motorway.

There’s a huge amount on offer!  Tickets are available via the Bewdley Festival website click here or in person from  Bewdley Tourist Information Centre in Bewdley Museum on Load Street, 0845 6077819.

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