More carnival fun in Malmesbury
3:16pm Friday 24th August 2012 in North Wilts news
MUSIC, drama and pets feature in a packed programme this week as Malmesbury Carnival moves towards its finale.
Cuckingstool Mead hosts an open air production of Noel Coward’s Private Lives tonight, while on Saturday the Old Bell and the Kings Arms form two venues for the musical walkabout.
Carnival favourite Petticoat Lane is staged on Sunday with the upper high street closed to traffic and on Monday there is a new event – a children’s pet and teddy bear show in the Cloister Gardens.
A poetry cafe and a bridge tournament are planned for August 30 when the funfair also opens for business.
September 1 sees a spectacular procession through the town centre, the carnival 10k and one-mile runs and the carnival dance.
For a full run down of the programme log on to malmesburycarnival.co.uk or pick up a copy from the town hall.