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Totnes and Bridgetown Festival of Arts and Culture 2022

When is the Totnes and Bridgetown Festival of Arts and Culture?

The festival takes place in the town of  Totnes from 15 August to 24 August 2022

What to expect at the Totnes and Bridgetown Festival of Arts and Culture

The countdown to the 2022 Totnes Festival of Arts and Culture is on! NDP Circus are proud to announce the launch of the Totnes Festival.

2022's headline acts include the Globe on Tour performing Julius Caesar at Dartington, singer- songwriter Rasha Nahas making her Devon debut at St Mary's Church and an outdoor aerial show by NDP Circus, taking place on and around a church steeple.

South Devon's new festival is set to welcome acts of national and international renown with an exciting programme of shows, workshops and events spanning visual arts to music to theatre to circus to dance.

The programme features a grand parade and procession on Sunday 21st August through the town, featuring giant puppets, music, dancers and a spectacular firelit finale! Free for all, suitable for all ages and all welcome to get involved.
Totnes Festival is a festival with a difference – grassroots, non-profit and community led. It is a celebration of place and belonging, a chance to fill the town with creativity and make it burst at the seams with artistry. With a multitude of free events taking place outdoors alongside events at the
Barrel House and Totnes Cinema, there is something for everyone.

For the full programme and festival information head to

How to get here:

Totnes is easy to reach by rail, 3 hours direct from London Paddington on the mainline to Penzance. Totnes station is about a 10 minute walk into the town centre.