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In the late 19th century Broadway turned from a sleepy backwater into a hub of creativity thanks to an influx of mainly American artists, writers and actors.

Learn all about this world-famously influential colony on an informative, illustrated walk around beautiful Broadway with local art historian, Karen Bloch, and how one of the world’s most famous artworks was painted here in Broadway.

The walk will last approximately 2 hrs on relatively flat paved ground, so would also be suitable for motorised wheelchair users. We will go ahead even if it is raining, so please dress for all weathers and wear comfortable shoes.

The walk will start and finish at the festival ticket office on the village green. Your guide will be local resident, Karen Bloch.

Tickets £15  (15 available)

Tickets go on sale through the website at 10am on 11th March, and 1 week earlier (4th March) for Benefactors of the festival who qualify for Priority Booking.

You can become a Benefactor for as little as £50 and support our Outreach Projects in doing so, applications are now open.


Your guide, Karen Bloch.




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