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11 June 2016

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  • Early Opera Company
Following five-star triumphs at the Royal Opera House and English National Opera, conductor Christian Curnyn leads his Early Opera Company in an opening weekend performance of Handel’s Acis and Galatea

    Early Opera Company

    Following five-star triumphs at the Royal Opera House and English National Opera, conductor Christian Curnyn leads his Early Opera Company in an opening weekend performance of Handel’s Acis and Galatea

  • The Pianist
Performed by Thom Monckton, one of New Zealand’s most accomplished young actors, The Pianist mixes highly-skilled physical comedy with circus-theatre attitude

    The Pianist

    Performed by Thom Monckton, one of New Zealand’s most accomplished young actors, The Pianist mixes highly-skilled physical comedy with circus-theatre attitude

  • Tipping Point
Experience amazing aerial acrobatics with Ockham's Razor presenting its new full length show, set in the round in City Hall

    Tipping Point

    Experience amazing aerial acrobatics with Ockham's Razor presenting its new full length show, set in the round in City Hall

  • John Grant
“Arguably the most interesting and original songwriter in contemporary pop.” (The Telegraph)From gorgeous soft-rock ballads to funky electro-pop floor-fillers, nobody does it better

    John Grant

    “Arguably the most interesting and original songwriter in contemporary pop.” (The Telegraph)
    From gorgeous soft-rock ballads to funky electro-pop floor-fillers, nobody does it better

  • Kapa Haka Tale
Immerse yourself in the wonders of the Maori culture and the art forms of Kapa Haka with Corey Baker Dance. Witness a native New Zealand village, tribal weaponry, dancing, song and the legendary Haka.

    Kapa Haka Tale

    Immerse yourself in the wonders of the Maori culture and the art forms of Kapa Haka with Corey Baker Dance. Witness a native New Zealand village, tribal weaponry, dancing, song and the legendary Haka.

  • Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
A joyful ensemble of players delight with songs, romance and chaos in a performance of The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Bring a picnic and your own seating to enjoy the splendour of Shakespeare in the glorious Old Wardour Castle

    Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

    A joyful ensemble of players delight with songs, romance and chaos in a performance of The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Bring a picnic and your own seating to enjoy the splendour of Shakespeare in the glorious Old Wardour Castle

  • Philharmonia Orchestra
To close the Festival, we welcome the Philharmonia Orchestra to Salisbury Cathedral with a programme that showcases this atmospheric space

    Philharmonia Orchestra

    To close the Festival, we welcome the Philharmonia Orchestra to Salisbury Cathedral with a programme that showcases this atmospheric space


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