The link between Suffolk and Britain's oldest poem with leading authority Sam Newton. We revisit the music, poetry, projections, and art from the Beowulf Festivals 2018-2020, celebrating the Dig across the river with music from AARTWORK in the historic surroundings of the Bull Inn, Market Hill, Woodbridge
Sunday October 3rd 2-5pm - The Spirit of Beowulf returns to Woodbridge at the Bull Inn. Tickets available now. We dig up the link between Woodbridge, Sutton Hoo, and Britain's oldest poem with Dr Sam Newton, author of ‘The Origins of Beowulf’ and a Time Team historian. During the afternoon, which includes tea and cake, we also revisit the music, poetry, and art from the Beowulf Festivals of 2018-2020 #spiritofplace2021
Woodbridge's link to the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam as told by Edward FitzGerald aficionado Charles Mugleston. A special Persian Tea & Cake is included with live music and poetry for a perfect Sunday afternoon soiree with music inspired by Old Fitz and his times. Another fascinating link to the Spirit of Woodbridge 2pm. The Bull Inn, Market Hill
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All suggestions, performances, sponsorship, questions and offers of help, gratefully received!
We look forward to seeing you in 2021.
The venue for the first five events has been changed to the Angel, Theatre St.Woodbridge with the last two at the Bull Inn on Market Hill, Woodbridge.
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