There is a mistake in the Souvenir Programme. The concert tomorrow: "2 Pianos are better than 1" with Christopher Weston and Alisdair Hogarth is at 5PM and not 7.30pm as the programme suggests.
Sorry for the inconvenience/
Thanks to the wonderful people over at Farmers Ales: The Maldon Brewing Company, we are delighted to announce that The Maldon Festival Ale, brewed especially for this year's Maldon Festival will be available at all events throughout the Festival. You can either get a pint from the barrel or a bottle of Ale will be available.
Tickets for this year's festival are now available for purchase from the Maldon Tourist Information Centre. While you are there you can also pick up a publicity leaflet which contains information about everything that's happening this year.
Tickets will be available online soon.
Chelmsford Cathedral Choir open the 2013 Festival with Britten's The Golden Vanity. Featuring the talents of Chelmsford Cathedral’s boy and girl Choristers, this concert is of music for treble voices by Benjamin Britten in his centenary year.
Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus is bringing this year's festival to a close. If you are interested in being in the chorus for the show, we would very much like to hear from you.
Students from Utah State University's Kaine College of the Arts are coming to perform in events leading up to the end of the festival. The students (some participants in last year's festival who are returning) will once again giving a performance of "songs from the Shows" and as well as being the main cast of this year'final event: Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus.
Details of the 6th Maldon Festival of Arts programme are now available. There will be a couple of additions to the programme over the coming days, but in the mean time head over to the programme page to take a look.
Welcome back after our winter of silence. That doesn't mean to say we haven't been working behind the scenes to prepare things for the 6th Maldon Festival of Arts. The result is that we're now able to announce the programme for this year's festival, so why not head over and take a look?
Once again we are falling victim to the weather. tonight's (Friday & Saturday) performance of Pirates of Penzance is being moved to St Mary's on Church Street in Maldon, just up the hill.
In case you haven't noticed, the weather today is revolting and only set to get worse. As a result we are moving tonight's event to All Saints' Church on Maldon High Street. Someone will be available at St Giles' Hospital to meet those unaware.
We are delighted to announce that Wilkin and Sons of Tiptree have become the festival's first major sponsors; sponsoring the entire two weeks.