St Andrew’s Festival Fringe

During the week of the Holt Festival (21-27 July), the Church will host its own events at the St Andrew’s Fringe Festival.  There will be concerts every day in the Church and throughout the week, the Meeting Room will host a photographic exhibition and the Church Hall the annual exhibition of the North Norfolk Photographic Society.

Refreshments will be available in the Parish Church Hall, Church Street 9.00am to 4.30pm, and in the Parish Church Meeting Room from 10.00am before concerts and during intervals.  A licensed bar will also available.

Events are free and lunchtime concerts last for about an hour.  Donations are welcomed for church funds.

Festival Service

Sunday 21st – 2:00pm

A service that celebrates and gives thanks for the Arts.  Guest preacher is the Dean of Norwich Cathedral, the Very Reverend Jane Hedges.  All are welcome.

From Bears to Bishops

All week
Wednesday 24th 2:00pm talk by Paul Harley

A photographic exhibition of Norfolk’s medieval church carvings by Paul Harvey.  A book to acompany the exhibiton will be on sale.

Three’s Company From Brecks to Broads

Monday 22nd – 12:30pm

A welcome return to the Church for Irma Fowler and friends.  A literary journey around Norfolk with a medley of East Anglian Folk songs.  First performed at the Westacre Theatre last summer.

William Ferguson – Piano

Tuesday 23rd – 12:30pm

With a heady yield of remarkable performances to his name, Will presents a typically enterprising programme of unduly neglected repetoire including the atmospheric and intimate Twelve Variations by Britten, Schumann’s emotionally compelling Humoresque and the epic Sonata of French perfectionist, Paul Dukas.

Mark Jones – Organ

Wednesday 24th – 12:30pm

This is the final recital in Mark’s Summer Series which features the great romantic works of English, French and German composers.  The concert will include the most popular works in that recital series.

Ships, Clocks & Stars – Michelle Wolfe

Thursday 25th – 12:30pm

Premiere performance of contemporary classical work by composer Michelle Wolfe.  Written to reflect the coast, changing times and a fascination with where we position ourselves within the universe, Michelle draws upon her own life experience and inspirations.  Performed by choir and piano.

Sheringham Shantymen

Friday 26th – 12:30pm

After their highly successful visit to St Andrew’s two years ago, we are delighted to welcome back Sheringham Shantymen for the final cncert of the week.

The Holt Festival – to find out what else is happening during the Holt Festival, visit the Festival web site.