Today from 10am Painting in Gardens with Edward Noott and Jonathan Taylor at Springfield House, Springfield Lane, Broadway, and Rod Ashman at Little Buckland Gallery.
Tickets: £10 available on the door.
At 7pm, John Julius Norwich lecture ‘Paddy’s World’ on Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor, DSO. OBE. Paddy Fermor was a British author, scholar and soldier who played a prominent role behind the lines in the Cretan resistance during the Second World War and was widely regarded as Britain’s greatest living travel writer during his lifetime.
Venue: The Torrington Room at the Lygon Arms Hotel. Tickets £15, available via the website, on the door or from the Box Office in Russell Square, Broadway.
Exhibition of over 100 photographs from the Lichfield Archive which includes may of Patrick Lichfield‘s famous images and a number of iconic shots that have rarely been seen.
The Exhibition at the Lifford Hall, Lower Green, Broadway, WR12 7BU is open every day throughout the Festival from 10am to 5pm.
Exhibition entrance £5.
The Exhibition of the 2016 Open Art Competition at Little Buckland Gallery, Broadway WR12 7JH (just outside the village off the B4632 towards Cheltenham) is open today from 10am.
Entrance is free and this prestigious selling exhibition featuring up to 200 final-stage entries to the competition ‘conflict’ including sculpture in the garden is open daily throughout the Festival to Sunday 19th June 2016 from 10am to 5pm.
Kindly hosted by Haynes Fine Art, Picton House, 42 High Street, Broadway WR12 7DT, an exhibition of Art of the Second World War ‘Life at the Time’ opens today. Entrance free, exhibition catalogue £15.
The exhibition is open daily throughout the Festival from 10am to 5pm.