Sun 11 Mar 11am
Performances of unaccompanied masterpieces by Bach and Ysaÿe from the internationally renowned violinist
Sat 28 Apr 7:30pm
A special concert to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the founding of Prometheus Orchestra
Sun 29 Apr 10am–4pm
Part of Workshops at the Tack Room
Learn the different techniques of wet felting using Merino wool to make a flat felt picture.
Thu 3 May - Wed 9 May
Glass, Print and Ceramics by three, established, East Anglian Designer Makers.
Fri 4 May - Thu 10 May
A collaborative exhibition of all new work by eight artists, showing sculpture, glass, textiles and printmaking.
Sat 5 May 7pm
Mozart and Vaughan Williams, conducted by Richard Cooke.
Wed 9 May 6pm
Thu 10 May - Wed 16 May
Ian Last and Clare Rizzo work in a variety of mediums, exploring the colourful seaside towns or wildlife and natural sce...
Suffolk artist Jim Nind presents a new body of mixed media paintings.
Unique interpretations of the natural world around us are exhibited by four experienced and diverse East Anglian Artists...
Thu 17 May - Wed 23 May
Gillian Plummer’s photography, Jenny Windle’s pastels, and Jenny Madden’s flower installation/arrangement.
Thu 17 May - Wed 30 May
A group of contemporary painters, printmakers and sculptors holds its 28th summer exhibition
Sat 19 May 7:30pm
Aldeburgh Music Club Choir with Prometheus Brass Ensemble celebrate the richly varied range of choral repertoire spannin...
Wed 23 May 6pm
Creating an "audiohenge", a space defined by field recordings in the way that standing stones define prehistoric sites a...
Thu 24 May - Wed 30 May
An emotional reaction to the diverse beauty of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and beyond.
24 - 30 May & 1 - 7 November
Local artist, Brian Coetzee, is inspired by the Suffolk landscape to create his evocative and unique paintings.
Fri 25 May - Wed 30 May
An exhibition showcasing the work of some of the East Anglia’s most accomplished watercolourists
Thu 31 May - Wed 6 Jun
A collaboration by two artists whose work relate to Identity of Self, image and memories of life.
Thu 7 Jun - Wed 13 Jun
Alaco Doyle is a Felixstowe based artist whose work is an eclectic mix of high realism, graphic images and abstract form...
Fri 8 – Sun 24 Jun
This selection of Creffield’s acclaimed charcoal drawings celebrates the splendour of East Anglia’s cathedrals.
Kate MccGwire is an internationally renowned British sculptor whose practice probes the beauty inherent in duality.
An immersive sound installation of current Suffolk residents voices, showing the increasing diversity in accent.
Fri 8 Jun 4pm
Celebrate the opening of our 2018 Aldeburgh Festival with a private view of Dennis Creffield's East Anglian Cathedrals.
Fri 8 Jun 7pm
Part of Aldeburgh Festival
A striking programme from John Wilson and the BBC SSO encapsulates Britten’s wartime experience of America.
Fri 8 Jun - Mon 11 Jun
Emily Howard’s new opera is a claustrophobic study of isolation, and a stark reminder of our cruelty to outsiders.
Sat 9 – Sun 24 June
A narrative cycle of woodcut prints, conjuring a metaphorical escape from earth in pursuit of freedom and isolation.
Sat 9 Jun 11am
The first concert from Adam Walker’s line-up of leading wind players, with works by Janáček, Britten and Simon Holt.
Sat 9 Jun 3pm
Viol consort, Phantasm and guitarist, Sean Shibe present two spectacular concerts of Bach’s contrapuntal masterpieces.
Sat 9 Jun 7pm
The BBC SSO and John Wilson present a dramatic programme of Britten, Copland, and Bernstein.
Sat 9 Jun 10pm
Sun 10 Jun 10:30am
The opening weekend’s service draws local worshippers and festival visitors to Aldeburgh Church.
Sun 10 Jun 12pm
Enjoy a delicious two-course lunch with internationally acclaimed conductor and star of our opening weekend.
Sun 10 Jun 7:30pm
A celebration of Bernstein on Broadway, performed by a cast of all star singers and the John Wilson Orchestra.