About Penkhull Festival
Established in 1966, Penkhull Festival is an annual festival of music and art, taking 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 Peter Black, Julien Van Mellaerts, Jocelyn Freeman, the National Youth Chamber Choir, Greg Hallam, Simon Callaghan, Huw Wiggin, Oliver Wass, Robert Max, the Tippett Quartet, Emma Abbate, Fenella Humphreys, Robert Thompson and Voces8.
We hope you enjoy exploring the website, and look forward to welcoming you to one of our events.
Penkhull Festival 2022
Thank you to all who made Penkhull Festival happen in 2022, whether as an audience member, friend, patron, benefactor, volunteer, artist or performer. This year's festival was a great success. You can see what was on in the box below.
15 Sept, 7.30pm: A World of Guitar
Peter Black, guitar
16 Sept, 1.00pm: Lunchtime Concert
16 Sept, 2.00pm: Singing Schools
16 Sept, 7.30pm: Landscapes and Legends
Julien Van Mellaerts, baritone
Jocelyn Freeman, piano
17 Sept, 7.30pm: Sun, Sea, Sky, Stars
National Youth Chamber Choir
Greg Hallam, conductor
Penkhull Festival 2023
More details will appear here soon.
In the meantime, please save the dates:
Thursday 14th - Sunday 17th September 2023