27 May-11 June 2016
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What's On

.More events will be announced at our programme launch on Monday 7 March 2016

    • Exhibition
      12 February - 9 July 2016
      Sophie Ryder, one of Britain's foremost sculptors, explores the realm of relationships in this city-wide exhibition.
    • Walk
      27 May - 11 June 2016
      This self-guided trail explores New Zealand's history on the Western Front of the Great War.
    • Music
      27 May - 11 June 2016
      Great music, free entry and a great vibe- Salisbury Live returns, running again over all three weekends of the Festival in various venues in Salisbury city centre.
    • Exhibition
      27 May - 11 June 2016
      Benjamin Work, an artist of Tongan and Pākehā (New Zealand European) heritage, has developed a bold visual language that references historical narratives, design elements and semiotics particular to Tongan culture.
    • Exhibition
      27 May - 11 June 2016
      The physical marks left on the landscape of Salisbury Plain, and the hidden scarring of its conflicts, inspired three Wiltshire artists- Henny Burnett, Susan Francis and Prudence Maltby.
    • Workshop
      27 May 2016
      Are you a budding arts journalist aged 16 to 19? Join our team of Young Writers and you’ll be able to attend a workshop with Telegraph interviewer Matthew Stadlen and get tickets to two Festival events plus the chance to have your reviews posted on our specially created Young Writers Festival blog.
    • Literature & Debate
      28 May 2016
      From the bestselling author of The Storm comes a fascinating insight into the state of the British economy from one of our leading politicians, Sir Vince Cable.

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