The Audlem Festival is an annual music and arts festival which has run in the South Cheshire village of Audlem since 2000. There's music to suit all tastes, exhibitions, poetry events and on the bank holiday Monday the traditional carnival.
As usual entry to all events is completely free, so why not come along, visit our beautiful village and enjoy performances from talented performers and artists from across the UK, Europe and beyond.
We have another great line up of acts this year starting in the 3 pubs on Thursday and Friday evenings and then daytime and evening on the Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
There will be outside stages at The Shroppie Fly, The Bridge Inn & The Lord Combermere as well as a brand new venue, No. 11 Cheshire Street.
There will also be another fantastic Choral Day in St James Church and classical music in The Methodist Church
The Methodist Church Hall will also be hosting the much anticipated Art Exhibition featuring local and not so local talent.
The Festival would not be possible without our sponsors, advertisers, pubs, churches, shops, volunteers and of course everyone that attends.
A particularly big thank you goes to our major sponsors this year:–
Morris Care, United Carpets, KMF, Audlem Parish Council & Cheshire East
Click the photo opposite to watch the 2014 festival film –––>
Click on LINE–UP at the top of the page for the full programme!
The same passion that has fuelled songwriters from the 60s decade certainly drives the pen of 25 year old Sammi Elston, yet she is able to craft songs that simultaneously evoke feelings of starry eyed
Last of the dogs first came about as the brainchild of Andy Smith in 2011 along with his daughter Jasmine. Then after a couple of different line ups with lead and bass guitarists that didn't work out
Ashley Fayth's whimsical songs are thoughtfully crafted and delivered, but with the simplicity and natural ease "of a clear river over rounded stones..." Robert Singerman.