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Press Enquiries 

For all Press enquiries please contact Kim Hart on info@artsfestivals.co.uk or tel: 020 7240 4532

 


 

Selected Press about BAFA and its members. 

 

Why it pays to be braveEdinburgh Festivals

 


Rack Press Poetry Presteigne Festival

 

21-17 August: 


21st Proms at St Judes

 

Top Literary names join party at Proms Festival: Proms at St Judes. The Enfield Advertiser 


Gloriana; 66th Aldeburgh festival Review The Guardian 

 


Exploring the Festival Model

 

'The British Arts Festivals Association’s Capacity to Endure conference last year focussed on how festivals should be valued as an integral and sustainable part of society. Arts Professional


 

Festival Time

 

Richard Heason, founder of Aylesbury Festival and BAFA Board Member talks about the festivals plans for this year. 'The programme is for absolutely everyone'. The Bucks Herald
13 June 2012


Don't take down the bunting: The best of the rest of the festivals for a lovely UK summer


The high celebration of the Diamond Jubilee may have been and gone, but there are still plenty of other festivals and parties lined up for this British summer. From poetry readings in Wales to vintage fashion in Northampton, Mark Hughes-Morgan selects the best - including BAFA Member: Grassington Festival!
Mark Hughes-Morgan on www.dailymail.co.uk
6/11 June 2012


Richard Madeley: Top authors at new Hampstead Garden Suburb literary festival


Richard Madeley encourages bookworms to find out more about Hampstead Garden Suburb's newest literary festival
Proms at St Judes Festival: Literary Weekend 23-24 June
By Richard Madeley on www.hamhigh.co.uk
Tuesday 1 May 2012


2012 BAFA Road Show: Canterbury


Darren Henley, ITV and More
Wednesday 11 April 2012


Festival Director to be national arts champion


Rosie Turner, director of Canterbury Festival, has taken up a new role - chairman of the British Arts Festivals Association.
Sian Napier, Kentish Gazette
Thursday 22 March 2012


The case for celebrities at book festivals


Cheltenham literary director says the word literature 'frightens people' and appeals to book festivals to 'stop knocking each other'
Posted by Michael MacLeod on www.guardian.co.uk
Friday 10 February 2012


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