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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. Open Studio & Student Exhibition 2017

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    Open Studio & Student Exhibition 2017


    Visual Arts


    'Student's Exhibition 2017' and open workshop at Gray's Stone Carving Studio. An opportunity to see some beautiful work in stone


  2. Sophie Yates Harpsichord

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    Sophie Yates Harpsichord




    WMC on Tour: an evening of Baroque musical opulence at Longleat House

    Programme includes works by: John Bull, John Blow, Purcell, Chambonnieres and Draghi

    In the 16th and 17th centuries, making music at home was an important part of a family's cultural and social life. Inspired by the illustrious...


  3. The Company of Wolves - Burn the Curtain

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    The Company of Wolves - Burn the Curtain




    In a tiny village on the edge of the mountains, a young girl puts on her red shoes and cloak, and heads into the forest alone, watched by unseen eyes. As the shadows lengthen, she begins to run…
    Now the hunt begins.

    Along with elements of the author’s dark and mysterious stories Wolf-Alice, Peter...


  4. No Dragons For Tea at Warminster Library

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    No Dragons For Tea at Warminster Library




    Come along to this special story time led by an Education Officer from Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service.

    Free event for 4 – 7 year olds.

    Enjoy a story with a simple fire safety message plus a chance to dress up as a mini fire fighter.

    Contact Warminster Library 01985 216022 to book...


  5. Book Sale at Warminster Library

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    Book Sale at Warminster Library




    Visit Warminster Library for the sale of withdrawn library stock including fiction, non-fiction, large print, DVDs/CDs and children's stock during normal library opening hours. Come along and bag a bargain! Sale runs until Saturday 19th August.