Heart of 3 Cities

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The annual ‘Heart of 3 Cities' Festival has been running throughout the Borough of Charnwood since 2006.

The original aims of the Festival were:

- To have a month-long multi-artform festival across the Borough encompassing visual arts, literature, music and the performing arts.

- To engage the diverse communities of Charnwood and the 3 surrounding cities in Leicestershire’s biggest participatory festival of the Arts

- It will engage artists, companies and groups from the three cities in a focal point of Charnwood and create opportunities for local artists elsewhere.

- To put Charnwood on the map culturally in terms of its location, cultural life and visitor potential.

The Festival provides a platform for a wide range of art forms and acts as a focal point for a number of activities and events that take place in Charnwood throughout the year, such as Streets Alive!, Picnic in the Park, Glastonbudget, Lions Carnival and the Canal Festival to name but a few.

The Festival also promotes the Borough of Charnwood and all its other attractions and places of interest such as the Great Central Railway, Bradgate Park, the Charnwood Museum and so on.

News

Heart Of 3 Cities 2014!

Heart Of 3 Cities 2014!

Wed 14th May, 2014

Read the full newspaper of this year's events, articles and comment by clicking on the weblink below..... Read More »

Heart of 3 Cities 2013!

Heart of 3 Cities 2013!

Fri 17th May, 2013

Download the full newspaper of this year's events by going to: http://www.charnwoodarts.com/resource/45 Read More »

Welcome World! - "The Heart Of 3 Cities 2012" Newspaper Available Here, Now!

Welcome World! - "The Heart Of 3 Cities 2012" Newspaper Available Here, Now!

Fri 25th May, 2012

"Welcome World!", - our "Heart of 3 Cities" Newspaper 2012, detailing a fantastic 10 days of events in Charnwood this June. Click on "Read More" and download your copy from the weblink below! Read More »

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