Copies of the 2014 Programme for the Knaresborough Festival of Entertainment and Visual Arts – feva – have been launched and free copies are available at shops, the Library, hotels, cafes and the Tourist Office in Knaresborough.
This year’s Programme features more than 65 shows, concerts, talks, walks and activities. Also being staged are 17 art shows and many of the restaurants in town are offering special menu options.
All are detailed in the Programme along with ticket prices and booking details.
Headline attractions include Hope and Social, a ‘Slice of 64’, a Queen tribute night and the wonderfully entertaining History Wardrobe.
Throughout the 10 days of feva, 8 to 17 August, an urban beach attraction will run at Henshaws. As usual, the focus is providing something for everybody.
About a third of the events, like all the street entertainment, are free and much else is available at tickets prices that have been kept low.
All of the concerts by featured acts are below £15 and plays and talks are £10 or less, say the organisers.
Full booking details are available in the Programme or online at www.feva.info.com
Main photograph: Our photo shows Sally Battison, a member of the Knaresborough feva organising committee with this year’s Programme.