2023 Festival highlights announced
Today we are pleased to announce programme highlights for the 2023 Festival. In the presence of the Mayor of King's Lynn. at a special event held at King's Lynn Town Hall, Festival Chairman Alison Croose gave details about some of the special events and programme highlights that will feature in this year's King's Lynn Festival.
The 2023 King’s Lynn Festival is set to maintain its quality hallmark throughout two busy weeks from 16 – 29 July, opening and closing with world-famous names – Black Dyke Band and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO).
Two much-respected TV personalities will add to the festival’s wide appeal – the host of Whose Line is it Anyway and Loose Ends, Clive Anderson will present his first solo tour, Me, Macbeth and I, and Strictly Come Dancing singing sensation, Tommy Blaize will appear alongside the National Youth Jazz Orchestra.
Traditional folk tunes will be presented in a fresh and captivating evening by Leveret (Andy Cutting, button accordion, Sam Sweeney, fiddle, and Rob Harbron, concertina) plus one of the UK’s finest and most revered vocalists, Kiki Dee appears at St George’s Guildhall.
The packed programme will also include an Early Music Day, films, walks, talks and an exhibition at the Fermoy Gallery, Blast to Blitz, which will showcase English Art in and between the wars, presented in association with Goldmark Art.
To view the Festival highlights announced today click here. The full 2023 Festival programme will be announced in early April. Tickets on sale to the public from Monday 8 May 2023.