The annual Visual Art exhibition is at the heart of the Wooburn festival with invited artists and craft persons whose work is known and respected nationally An exciting range of styles and mediums, including original paintings, ceramics, sculptures, glass, and jewellery.
The Heath Quartet have performed at the Wooburn Festival since 2006 and over this period have become a highlight of the Festival's classical music offerings.
“The Heath Quartet has established an exciting and original voice on the international chamber music scene - giving passionate performances that combine technical accomplishment with interpretative ‘air' ”the Strad
Jazz Supper with the Georgia Mancio Quartet
We are delighted to announce that Award-winning jazz vocalist/lyricist, Georgia Mancio and her Quartet will be playing at our Jazz Supper this year.
Georgia has established herself one of Europe's most original, adventurous and multi-faceted new artists, so we are very privileged to be able to host her at our annual Jazz supper this year.
Barefoot Opera presents Bizet’s Carmen
One of opera’s most popular and unforgettable stories.
The Barefoot Opera company never fails to impress, entertain and inform us with their flair for visually and musically stunning presentation and the vitality of the professional singers starting out on their operatic careers.
Lunchtime Concerts at All Saints Church
Lunchtime concerts have been moved from our traditional Wednesdays to Mondays and have now become part of the popular All Saints Church autumnlunchtime concert series.
The Church runs a weekly lunchtime concert series featuring musicians from the Royal College of Music and Royal Academy of Music, as well as local musicians and students.
Folk Supper with Megan Henwood
We are delighted to announce local award winning singer-song writer Megan Henwood and her band will be returning to the Wooburn Festival. Megan last played for us in 2014 and was a great hit with our audience.
Library Week at the Bourne End Library
Wednesday 19th September
Quentin Falk in conversation with TBA.
Bourne End Library in association with the Wooburn Festival