Dates for your Isle of Wight DiaryFrom the Isle of Wight Festival to Newport Carnival
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Simon Callow, Alan Titchmarsh, Sheila Hancock, Brian Aldiss and Neil Oliver...
Bestival is a multi-award winning 4 day music festival set at Robin Hill near Newport in the heart of the Isle of Wight.
This will be the 16th Anniversary of the Annual Isle of Wight Walking Festival, which has grown from 39 walks in the programme to in excess of 200 PLUS in excess of 50 more walks in October for the Walking Weekend. We have a great programme packed with fantastic walks, some of the old favourites and some new and exciting ones to whet your appetite, with over 200 walks to choose from, once again there is no excuse not to hit those footpaths and take in the stunning views of our beautiful Island.
The festival includes a selection of fantastic rides with options for all levels, from the Chevy Chase Enduro to the Tiny Tots cycle adventure so whether you are a regular cyclist or infrequent rider there is plenty to choose from and don’t forget to make time to sample the great selection of local food and drink along the way. Highlights of the festival are available on the website now and the full programme of around 60 rides will be available in June.
Well-known Island artist Andrew Dowden will be showing his work at Quarr Abbey Art Gallery from Thursday, 18th to Tuesday, 23rd September.
A nerdish florist finds his chance for success and romance with the help of a giant man-eating plant who demands to be fed. That’s right! With great songs, a crazy plot and Steve Martin, it’s the perfect night’s entertainment!