The festival runs from 18th November until 26th November 2011 and brings
visual artists, musicians, poets and filmmakers together in response to the theme of
Fludde and shows their works in various iconic venues in Faversham.
The main event around which the series is based is Noyes Fludde, a community opera
by Benjamin Britten, which sees local schoolchildren performing alongside
amateur and professional musicians.
Complementing this is a large-scale visual art exhibition in the Assembly Rooms
on Preston Street, the Library and St. Mary of Charity Church in the centre of the town.
There is an exciting program of events scheduled every evening with
internationally renowned musicians and artists participating.
All events are free.
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