Welcome


Frome Festival 4th – 13th July Biggest Festival Ever!

This year the Frome Festival has over 200 hundred events making it our biggest festival so far!

Join us for some of the top names in comedy and music, wonderful creative workshops, hidden gardens, treasure hunt, Frome tunnel tours, classical music, local talent, literary events, story-telling, poetry and much more…Full programme out soon.

That’s all, folks. Frome Festival 2013 is all done and dusted. We’ve had a ball, hope you have too…

Get in touch, send in pics, send in reviews – and take a look at our ’2013 Gallery’ (Photomontage on left courtesy of Frome Wessex Camera Club)

Tell us about YOUR festival experience…how was it for YOU??

 We’d love to know…

 Frome Festival 2013 – it’s a WRAP….

Nestled snugly on ley lines and time lines between festival giants ‘Glasto’  and Edinburgh the fabulous Frome Festival is the gateway to Summer 2013…

Come join us

We proudly present: Jo Brand. Phill Jupitus. Rich Hall. John Power. Ian McMillan. Prunella Scales. Ashley Wass. ‘The Turn of the Screw’. Once Upon a Time in The West. The Afrobeat Messengers. John Shirley-Quirk. Hank Wangford. Olivia Chaney. The Critters. Fat Stanley. Honk Monsters. The Frukes. Waiting for Godot. Fine Chisel Theatre Co. Eddie Martin. Hip Yak Poetry Shack. Frome Festival Feast. Dr Archibald Combellack.  Jack Klaff. And so much more…

On offer is a veritable cornucopia of new, re-cycled, up-cycled and vintage events, together with the annual smorgasbord of truly outstanding musicians, writers, artists, sculptors, poets, comedians, actors, storytellers, pot holers, secret gardeners, literary agents, street artists and revellers.

As water levels in the Frome subside to cool shallows, come and join us by the river for our 13th celebration of life, love and the mysteries of the human condition. This is an event for the people, by the people – a festival with our vibrant community at its heart.  Dive on in, the water’s lovely…

To book tickets please call our Box Office at the Cheese and Grain on 01373 455420  9.30 -14.30 Mon- Fri, and 9.30-17.00 Saturdays and during the festival or email using boxoffice@cheeseandgrain.co.uk

Can’t get hold of a printed brochure? Then click on the flickbook image to the right to read it on online (thanks to Yudu.com online publishing).

To download a digital copy of the Open Studios Visual Arts map click here.