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UMBRELLA


Upstairs, Downstairs and in my


Lady’s Chamber Quodlibet A musical portrait of 17th


century life at a great house,


in the stunning Great Hall of Chilham Castle. www. quodlibet.org Chilham Castle, Chilham. CT4 8DB 8pm Tickets £15 to include wine and nibbles. Available from the Festival Box Office.


Wednesday 20 October Canterbury Labyrinth and


Nature Trail University of Kent (Creative Campus Initiative) Meet at the Canterbury Labyrinth, just off the footpath below Eliot College, for these guided walks. www.kent.ac.uk/creativecampus Labyrinth 1 - 4pm on the hour Nature Trail 1.30pm - 4.30pm on the half hour Also on Sunday 24 October Admission free. The Labyrinth and Nature Trail are open to visit throughout the Festival.


Therapeutic Labyrinth Garden Workshops and walks. Pilgrims Hospice, 56 London Road. CT2 8JA Also on Sunday 24 October 1pm - 4pm on the hour Admission free


The Umbrella showcases a wide range of additional events happening during the Festival.


Responsibility for events in the Umbrella lies with the organisers of each event.


46 Information correct at time of printing. Monday 18 October


Music for Reflections Dolce Singers Concert featuring works by Bach, Telemann, Schütz and Palestrina. St Peter’s Methodist Church, St Peter’s Street 8pm Tickets £10 (£8 concessions) from the Festival Box Office or on 01227 462038


Tuesday 19 October


Looking Back at Hackington Friends of St Stephen’s Church An audio-visual presentation of the history of the parish. St Stephen’s Church, Hales Drive 6.30pm Tickets £5 from the Festival Box Office


Solving the Bruegel Puzzle Divine Dimensions A talk by Sir Richard Temple on the paintings of Flemish artist Pieter Bruegel, in whose work lurks a deep mystery. www.iconsatoare.org St Peter’s Church, Oare. ME13 0QB 7.30pm Tickets £5 from the Festival Box Office


I’ve Looked in the Windows at Diamonds The Really Promising Company A cabaret style celebration of the life and works of Kurt Weil. www.reallypromisingcompany.org.uk St Augustine’s Refectory, The King’s School, Monastery Street. CT1 1NN 7.30pm Also on Thursday 21 October Tickets £7.50 on 01227 710539 or kejm9@hotmail.com


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