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South Wiltshire

Sitting in the south of Wiltshire is the historic city of Salisbury home to the famous Cathedral as well as a wealth of other attractions. Just ten miles north of Salisbury is the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge which has been bringing people to this part of Wiltshire for thousands of years. Other towns in the south Wiltshire area include Amesbury, Tisbury, Wilton and Mere.

Venues and events in this area include:

  • Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival
  • Salisbury Arts Centre
  • Wiltshire Jazz Festival, Dinton
  • Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta
  • Salisbury Playhouse
  • Mere Literary Festival

Find out more about the large array of events that take place in this area by either browsing the list below or using the search box on the right hand side of this page.

If you are looking for accommodation in the Salisbury and south Wiltshire area then check out the Visit Salisbury website for suggested places to stay.

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  1. New Sarum Singers' Christmas Celebration

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    New Sarum Singers' Christmas Celebration

    Type

    Music

    Salisbury

    The New Sarum Singers' celebrate Christmas with a full programme of carols and songs, inspired by the Christmas story. These works, both traditional and modern, are truly inspirational and will bring joy and an emotional connection to the listener. The concert is free and in support of the...

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    10 Dec 2018 To 10 Dec 2018
  2. Benson on Cartoons

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    Benson on Cartoons

    Type

    Visual Arts

    Salisbury

    We are delighted to host a talk by Dr Tim Benson on the changing role of cartoons in British life.
    Tim runs the Political Cartoon Gallery and Café and has produced numerous books on the history of cartoons. The talk will take place on Monday 1st October at 6 pm at Arundells.
    Tickets are £20 each,...

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  3. Vietnam: An Epic Tragedy 1945-1975.  A talk on his latest book by Max Hastings

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    Vietnam: An Epic Tragedy 1945-1975. A talk on his latest book by Max Hastings

    Type

    Literature

    Salisbury

    Arundells is delighted to host a talk by Max Hastings In aid of Arundells and the Sir Edward Heath Charitable foundation.
    "Vietnam: An Epic Tragedy 1945-1975". is Hastings' 25th title. It is a provocative, challenging work that attempts to portray and explain the most divisive conflict since World...

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    1 Nov 2018 To 1 Nov 2018
  4. New Sarum Singers' Summer rhapsody

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    New Sarum Singers' Summer rhapsody

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    Music

    Whiteparish

    The New Sarum Singers' Summer Rhapsody concert is a full programme of songs to conjure up a relaxing summer evening range from Gershwin's "Summertime" and Fred Fassert's "Barbara Ann" to the haunting English folksong "Black is the colour" amongst other equally inspiring music. The concert swings...

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  5. New Sarum Singers' Summer Rhapsody

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    New Sarum Singers' Summer Rhapsody

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    Music

    Salisbury

    The New Sarum Singers' Summer Rhapsody concert is a full programme of songs to conjure up a relaxing summer evening range from Gershwin's "Summertime" and Fred Fassert's "Barbara Ann" to the haunting English folksong "Black is the colour" amongst other equally inspiring music. The concert swings...

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