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Crawley Festival 2018

28 June - 7 July




Crawley Festival is a collection of fantastic events taking place in June each year. With a great variety of leisure activites, live music, community projects and entertainment it is the perfect reason to come and celebrate the wealth of talent and community pride in Crawley!



Crawley Festival


A range of events showcasing some of the best local talent in a variety of artforms.


We believe that different events and activities give local people the chance to make their town a better place to live


Due to generous sponsorship, many events are free to attend.

What's on...



'CLICK' Crawley Festival Photography Competition will run throughout the Festival period. Send your best Crawley Festival pictures to events@crawley.gov.uk for a chance to win a prize!


Saturday 23rd June

Midsummer Dew Festival at the Hawth Amphitheatre

Picnic with dance, music, food and folklore - 2pm - 9pm


Saturday 23rd June to Thursday 5th July

Broadfield Art Exhibition 11am - 4.30pm

'People and the Places of Broadfield'

Broadfield Library and Community Centre


Monday 25th June

Art Workshops - Broadfield Community Centre 1.30 - 3pm


Wednesday 27th June

Crawley Festival Quiz Night at The White Hart Pub,

Historical High Street from 7.40pm


Thursday 28th June

'A Songbird for the Season' Community Show at The Hawth Studio - 7.15pm (Tickets £8, £5 Child from the Hawth Box Office)


Art Workshops - Broadfield Community Centre 2pm - 4pm


Saturday 30th June

Armed Forces Day at the Memorial Gardens

10am - 3pm


Community Day, Queens Square

3pm - 7pm


Phoenix Choir Concert - Holy Trinity School 7.30pm



Sunday 1st July

Crawley Museum Open Day

12noon - 4pm


High Street Live

1pm - 9pm


Monday 2nd - Friday 6th July

Music at St John's Church

12 noon - 1pm


Wednesday 4th - Tuesday 10th July

BELONGING Bandstand - An installation by award winning designer Morag Myerscough. High Street Crawley

Check the programme of events here.


Wednesday 4th July

'New Town Utopia' Documentary film about new towns in the UK. The Hawth Crawley - 7pm


Saturday 7th July

Mainstage and Cultural Kitchen

12 noon - 5pm


The Hawth Youth Theatre 'Shakespeare Festival', Hawth Amphitheatre from 6.00pm

Tickets £5.00 from the Hawth Box Office and online here


What is the festival for?


  • To expand, develop and encourage the wealth of talent and greative enthusiasm that exists in Crawley.
  • To encourage interest and participation in the arts and other leisure and cultural activites.
  • To provide the means to enable local groups and individuals to organise events which might not otherwise be staged.
  • To provide opportunities for local charities to raise funds.
  • To grow a sense of pride and community spirit within our town

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