Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra at Curious Arts Festival

ROYAL PHILHARMONIC CONCERT ORCHESTRA TO CLOSE CURIOUS ARTS FESTIVAL 

007 HEAVEN -  ICONIC JAMES BOND SONGS AND THEMES 

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Don't miss the closing event of this year's  Weekend Festival on Sunday 23 July - yet another fantastic act!

The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra  will be closing this year’s Curious Arts Festival with a sensational evening celebrating over 50 thrilling years of iconic songs and themes from films about everyone’s favourite secret service agent – 007!

This will be a night of 007 Heaven featuring musical highlights from some of the best Bond films ever such as ‘Goldfinger’, ‘Licence to Kill’, ‘You Only Live Twice’, ‘Diamonds are Forever’, Live and Let Die’, ‘Goldeneye’, ‘From Russia with Love’, ‘Skyfall’, ‘Casino Royale’ and many more.

It will take place in the Gorse Tent on Sunday 23rd July – approximate start time 7.15pm.

Free concert for festival ticket holders

This concert is free to all festival ticket holders as part of a packed programme to delight and enthrall.

This is the CURIOUS Arts Festival!

Back for a fourth year this cultural, creative, curious boutique festival for all family features comedy, music and a packed children’s programme. With life drawing, midnight bat walks and cocktail masterclasses, snail racing, poetry workshops, pop-up fine dining and even a cricket match no other festival offers anything like this dreamy, fun, eccentric and ultimately inimitable weekend.

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Summary of Highlights

Highlights on the music stage include the best of UK singer songwriter talent headlined by Tom Odell and Brit Critics Choice Award winner Izzy Bizu. This year’s Curious comedy offer will see Mock The Week’s hilarious Ed Byrne join Radio 4 regular Simon Evans, Paul Tonkinson, and Curious comedy favorites the lightening-quick sketch group The Noise Next Door amongst others.

The literary line up stars an unparalleled list of the most talked about and awarded authors of 2017 including legendary writer, film-maker and publisher Dave Eggers, prolific contemporary novelist Joanna Trollope, award winning journalist Lynn Barber and prize winners Eimear McBride (A GIRL IS A HALF FORMED THING, Bailey Prize) and Keggie Carew (DADLAND, Costa Award) to mention a few.

The kids programme promises a Jabberwocky Hunt, comedy from Howard Read, Breath of Life Puppetry workshops, Story Cures for children from Ella Berthoud and a series of events for budding writers and photographers with The Week Junior.

The festival takes place from 21st – 23rd July 2017.

How to get your tickets

Tickets are on sale at www.curiousartsfestival.com. Tickets are priced at £128 weekend adult, £300 weekend family, £23 weekend child (5-13), £55 day adult, £20 day child (5-13).

Camping is FREE and extensive GLAMPING options are also available.

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