Welcome to Penkhull Festival
Established in 1966, Penkhull Festival is a classical music and arts festival which takes place in Stoke-on-Trent each September. The festival's home is the historic Domesday village of Penkhull, surrounded by the rolling countryside of the Staffordshire moorlands.
Performers in recent years have included Voces8, Robert Thompson, Swansea Bach Choir, Jocelyn Freeman, Thomas Isherwood, Jonathan Fisher, Miriam Wakeling, Christopher Guild, and Equinox Saxophone Ensemble.
We hope you enjoy exploring the website, and look forward to welcoming you to one of our events.
Penkhull Festival 2021 - a sneak peek
Thankfully, the fabulous artists we had lined up to perform in 2020 are able to join us in 2021 instead. Below you can find a few little clips to whet your appetite...
Equinox Saxophone Ensemble
National Youth Choir of Great Britain
Ben Parry, conductor
Penkhull Festival has enjoyed support from...
Festival President: Voces8
Penkhull Festival is proud to be associated with Trent Art Gallery in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Rob Pointon: Diagonal Rhythms, Middleport Pottery