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Schools at the Festival Club


Enjoy performances by talented students from schools in the area.


St Alphege’s Church, St Alphege’s Lane 1pm – 2pm unless otherwise stated Admission free


Monday 18 October Archers Court School


Farm Boy New Perspectives & Scamp Theatre


By Michael Morpurgo and adapted by Daniel Buckroyd


Award-winning former Children’s Laureate Michael Morpurgo has written a compelling sequel to his much-loved novel, War Horse. Combining drama, storytelling and original music, it is a moving account of the changing face of the English countryside and a beautifully crafted reminder that stories really can reach out across the generations. Recommended for ages 7+


Sunday 24 October Gulbenkian Theatre 2pm


Tickets £9 (Kids £8 Family & Friends tickets £35 for 5 people)


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1. Festival Carnival Parade 2. Arabian Nights 3. Anthony Browne Image © Mark McKenzie 4. Farm Boy 5. Martyn Barr


Young Critics KENTISH GAZETTE


Selected young writers from Canterbury Schools will pen reviews of various Festival events. Look out for them in the Kentish Gazette!


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Simon Langton Girls’ Grammar School An opening double-bill. 12pm – 2pm


Tuesday 19 October Simon Langton Boys’ Grammar School


Wednesday 20 October Kent College Senior School


Thursday 21 October The Archbishop’s School


Friday 22 October Barton Court Grammar School


Half Term at the Festival Club


St Alphege’s Church, St Alphege’s Lane 1pm – 2pm


Storytelling with John There are over 350 stories in John Harris’ head! Come and be entertained by myths and legends, folk and fairy tales from around the world and John’s fantastic and futuristic tales.


Monday 25 October Tickets £3


Rich Rhythms Drumming A djembe drumming workshop and performance for


5-year-olds upwards. Learn rhythms on one of the forty drums and tell stories the traditional way!


Tuesday 26 October Tickets £4


The Young Person’s History


Guide to Canterbury Author Martyn Barr unravels Canterbury’s fascinating history, from an Iron Age settlement beside a swampy river to the cosmopolitan city we see today. Quiz Martyn on your favourite period in Canterbury’s past!


Wednesday 27 October Tickets £2


Festival Box Office: 01227 787787 | www.canterburyfestival.co.uk


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