An absolute must for anyone who enjoys classical and chamber music, this year’s Lake District Summer Music Festival (LDSM) runs from Saturday 27 July to Friday 9 August.
Lakes Alive will return 6-8 of September 2019 with another packed programme of visual delights, fantastic performances and plenty of things to make and do.
Enjoy a blast of energy with our short film introducing the amazing line-up of annual festivals in the Lakes!
Home to thought-provoking theatre, magic music, side-splitting comedy, exciting exhibitions and fabulous festivals, Kendal’s Brewery Arts Centre is the cultural hub of South Lakeland.
Prepare to be wowed once again as Lakes Alive returns to Cumbria from 7 – 9 September 2018.
Watch our short film about Theatre by the Lake, idyllically located on the shores of Derwentwater in the Lake District.
The Lakes International Comic Art Festival returns for its fifth year to Kendal, Cumbria, from 13 to 15 October 2017.
Whether you’re into clawing your way up mountains, sliding down them, jumping off the top – or watching others do it – Kendal Mountain Festival, from 16 – 19 November, is a must!
We’re starting at the Hawkshead Brewery in Staveley with a British-style tapas lunch in the Beer Hall: how do you fancy Yorkshire pudding filled with local beef braised in Brodie’s Prime and horseradish sauce or perhaps bitter-battered plaice goujons and tartare sauce?
The first-ever pencil was made in Keswick – from graphite mined nearby. The pencil industry continues there today – and Derwent pencils are used across the world.