From: Canterbury Festival [info_at_canterburyfestival_dot_co_dot_uk]

Sent: 02 December 2011 12:20

Subject: Canterbury Festival 2011 - highlights, acknowledging student's success and last call for Bellowhead

 

 

>> Festival highlights; event management graduate's success, last chance to buy Bellowhead tickets. <<

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Festival Highlights

 

 

 

 

 

 

15-29 October 2011

 

Canterbury Festival is over for another year, but what a fabulous fortnight it's been!
On the opening day the Carnival Parade made up of 300 local school and community groups celebrated the environment with its theme of the four elements, while The World Famous's outdoor show All Hands (pictured) required the audience to get the Festival off to a good start. Read more

It's been a great Festival in challenging times and we couldn't have done it without you - thanks for joining in!

 

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The Festival toasts graduate's success

 

 

 

 

 

 

Canterbury Festival was delighted to acknowledge the success of Canterbury Christ Church University Events Management graduate, Angel Mudure on his graduation day last week. Angel has been awarded the Canterbury Festival Events Management prize in recognition of his valued support at Festival events and assistance behind the scenes throughout the year.

Volunteering experience with a non profit organisation like the Festival can also lead to employment as was the case for Nikki Parsons, also an Events Management graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University. After dedicating her time two years running in October she was appointed Marketing Assistant for 2011.

To express an interest in becoming a volunteer and to get some events management experience while supporting the Canterbury Festival, please click here  or contact Kerry Barber on 01227 452 853 or kerry_at_canterburyfestival_dot_co_dot_uk.

 

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Bellowhead

12 February 2012, The Marlowe Theatre, 7.30pm. Tickets 22.50

Canterbury Festival presents English contemporary folk big band Bellowhead at the Marlowe Theatre. Having seen them live recently, it's a gig not to be missed: Excellent musicianship, great fun, a vast rage in musical styles expertly executed: brass, strings, pipes, spoons,... you name it, they play it, sing and dance to it. Treat yourself or a friend for Christmas, brighten the New Year, or have Valentine's Day early - either way we strongly recommend you get your hands on one of the few remaining tickets now!

 

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Clarinettist Eddie Daniels in Concert

Saturday 11 February 2012, 7.30pm, St Edmund's School, Canterbury. Tickets 18 (Students 10)

Grammy award winning clarinettist Eddie Daniels will perform with The David Rees-Williams Trio.
The critically acclimed clarinettist is at home both in the classical and jazz world, but excels in both with breathtaking virtuosity.
Tickets are now on sale from the Gulbenkian Theatre Box Office on 01227 769075.

 

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