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Hop on a train this summer and make your way to the Cheltenham Science Festival, a much-loved festival for all ages.
Whether you want to learn new recipes, try local dishes or watch live cooking shows – this festival is for you.
Reading Abbey was founded in 1121 and is celebrating its 900th anniversary this year.
A riot of colour, fragrance and weird and wonderful plants, the 20,000 square foot Grand Floral Pavilion forms the centrepiece of the Show.
The Music Escapes Festival 2021 is a city wide concert series bringing some of rock and pop’s biggest names together with eclectic pop-up performances covering an arrange of music genres.
Enjoy world-class classical music at the Cheltenham Music Festival, featuring breathtaking classical and orchestral music performances from some of the world's most talented musicians.
The UK’s flagship Mayflower 400 event, marking the closure of the international Mayflower 400 commemorations.
One of the world’s most impressive sailing events, SailGP will stop in Plymouth in 2021, following opening events in Bermuda and Italy.
Tomahawk Theatre returns to the Oxford Castle and Prison for the 11th year with one of Shakespeare’s best-loved plays.
“The Godfather of the small festival scene” coming straight out of the idyllic Oxfordshire countryside, we’ve been able to treat you to some of the biggest and best emerging artists since 1998.
Join Paddington on a new adventure at the British Library in London this summer.
Set on the beautiful North Cornwall coastline, this epic five-day festival attracts flocks of visitors to Newquay’s shores every year.
If you’re looking for fun days out for the whole family this summer – don’t miss the Portsmouth International Kite Festival taking place along Southsea Common.
Enjoy seven days of fleet racing with all levels of sailor taking part in competitive races around the bay.
Set against the backdrop of the beautiful town of Dartmouth and the river Dart, there’s so much to see and do at the Dartmouth Royal Regatta.
The Bath Festival Finale Weekend is a two-day live music spectacular staged at Bath Recreation Ground, in the heart of the city and within walking distance of the train and bus station.
Take a train into the wilderness this summer at Wilderness Festival 2021 in Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire.
This gastronomic festival will showcase the very best of produce from local and national stallholders.
This annual festival welcomes some of the UK’s biggest artists and up-and-coming acts to Portsmouth seafront.
A two-day music festival on Clifton Downs, Bristol, showcasing ground-breaking artists from both the mainstream and underground.
Take a train to one of the UK’s hottest festivals this September. Bristol’s Tokyo World Festival promises sublime music and an awesome atmosphere.
The world’s greatest flower show with the usual cutting-edge garden design and fabulous floral displays.
Somerset House is delighted to welcome back Photo London with the sixth edition of the Fair.
Head to London by train and experience Christmas in the capital by visiting Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park. The festive fun is family friendly and a must-see for little elves and adults alike.
Escape the high street bustle at Blenheim’s Palace Christmas Market.
2021 will be another enforced fallow year for Glastonbury and the festival will now return in 2022.
Nocturne Live is back at Blenheim Palace in June 2022, inviting a selection of worldwide artists to perform in front of its beautiful backdrop.
Celebrate the city’s biggest and most diverse showcase of culture at the 50th anniversary year of the Bristol Harbour Festival in 2022, taking place along the harbour front.
This event is one of the UK’s most eclectic music festivals. Taking place in one of London’s most beloved green spaces.