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Holt Festival

An event in July in Norfolk
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Event timing: Late July
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During festival week Holt will come alive with a range of events throughout the day and evening including plenty of free entertainment for all the family.

It will feature street performers, musicians, poets, actors, dancers, artists and comedians in venues all over town, pubs, hotels, tents and school halls. There are performances at the church, the theatre, in the bookshop, and on the streets.

To contact the festival please call 07765 007670 or email: enquiry@holtfestival.org

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