Romsey Festival has announced that they will be joined in July 2023 by TAE Teatro. A theatre company from Romsey’s twin town of Treviglio, Italy, TAE Teatro performances bring innovation and variety through a schedule that includes stage and street-based performances. When they appeared at the festival in 2017, they participated in the Beggars Fair…
Countess gives backing to next year’s Romsey Festival
The Romsey Festival has announced that The Countess Mountbatten of Burma has agreed to become the patron of the 2023 event. Her involvement was confirmed during a recent gathering of potential participants. The Festival team has said it is grateful to Penelope Knatchbull, Countess Mountbatten, for showing her support for this cultural highlight in Romsey’s diary. Organisers say…
Elizabethan Christmas at King John’s House
Step back in time to Elizabethan England at King John’s House this Christmas. The time is 1580 and a local merchant and his goodwife are at home in King John’s House. As Christmas is approaching, they will be preparing their celebrations but still working hard. Come and talk to them about life over 430 years…
Storytelling Sundays 23 October – Jeux d’enfants (Children’s games)
Join Romsey Sinfonietta on Sunday 23rd October for the next in its series of “Storytelling Sundays”, concerts aimed at families and young children. Tickets available from www.ticketsource.co.uk/romseysinfonietta
Plans for Romsey Festival 2023 following successful event
Read the full article in the online Romsey Advertiser, with accompanying photos, as Romsey votes for the next festival to take place in 2023.
Romsey Advertiser’s report on the 12th Romsey Festival
Read the full article in the online Romsey Advertiser, with accompanying photos, as the 2021 Romsey Festival draws to a close.
Romsey Advertiser’s mid-festival report
Read the local paper’s report of events in the first half of the festival period, published in the online Romsey Advertiser,
Romsey Festival Launch – as reported in the Romsey Advertiser
Romsey Town’s Mayor Cllr Karen Dunleavey formally opened the 12th Romsey Festival last Friday evening. Read the Romsey Advertiser’s report, with photos, online.