Creative talents will be joining forces for a spectacular free weekend of at the Torrington Music, Arts and Heritage Festival on Friday and Saturday, September 14-15.
The square will be closed to traffic on the Saturday to make room for face painting, kids’ activities, music stages and street food.
There will be attractions for all ages at venues including the Pannier Market, Plough Arts Centre, outside stages, St Michael’s Church and cafes.
Starting at the Plough on Friday with the opening of artist Joff Winterhart’s new show, there’s more art, a craft fair, live music, dance, circus skills and African drumming workshops.
There will be open mic, talks and walks covering history, live music from choirs to English and Irish folk sessions, Two Rivers Wind Ensemble to Torrington Silver Band.
It ends with a free gig featuring some of the area’s best bands including Landspeeder and Nomad.
Visit the festival Facebook page for event details.