Several months ago, we decided to include “Farewell to Europe” as one of the themes of this year’s Festival. Historically, our Festival has acknowledged significant moments in history (for example,
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Hello, my name is Rebecca and I am a young critic for the Lichfield Literature festival. Today I am reviewing ‘writing fictional world’s workshop’. A presentation by Emma Pass. She
Hello my name is Samantha Stanley and I’m on the young critics panel. Today I’m going to review the Emma Pass writing fictional world’s workshop. My first impressions were that
The regal George Hotel gave the presentation of The Perfect Words a suitable erudite atmosphere. The talk was structured as an interview where the two authors discussed and linked ideas
The event was sold out and everyone was excited to discover more about the enigma. The event began with amusement as Dermot Turing started with jokes about The Imitation
We’re thrilled to announce our new partnership with Lichfield and Tamworth Chamber of Commerce, part of Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce. The Chamber’s sponsorship and support of the Festival in
Hansel and Gretel – a haunting rendition of the childhood classic As I walked into the studio I could see simply from the scenery that this would not be like
Two delightful Scottish folk singers for the price of one Folk music fans were given a real treat when the Lichfield Festival in Staffordshire brought together two giants of the Scottish folk
The unique and intriguing story telling of Hansel and Gretel at the Lichfield studio combined together the art forms of puppetry, music, poetry, projections and song in a bewitching sensory
I was sat in row B, Seat 11. I had a great view of the stage and everything that was on the floor. There was only one problem; there was
This haunting new version of the Grimm’s fairytale left me spellbound and only just with a dry eye. This adaptation of a masterpiece followed the original storyline with a few
Before the show the stage looked interesting. On stage there is a saxophone, a guitar, a bass, a piano, some drums, a cello and a microphone. The atmosphere feels exiting.
How can a story be told through ballet alone, without a single word spoken throughout? To some, this may seem a daunting challenge, but Ballet Cymru, with their relentless