This year's festival will take place from Friday 5th – Sunday 7th May and will again be held at Alderman Peel High School in Wells-next-the-Sea.
This year's theme is Beyond Frontiers which will also be the subject for the symposium on Sunday 7th May.
We are delighted to confirm that this year's artists include:
We will also be hosting the World Premiere of The Singing Glacier a multi-media presentation with poems by Helen Mort, music composed by William Carslake and performed by The Little Baroque Company, Helen Kruger - violin, Carina Drury - cello, Cait Walker - oboe and Jamie Akersand - theorbo and a film directed by Richard Jones.
Sun, a collaboration between poet Katrina Porteous and composer Peter Zinovieff, explores our nearest star using images from NASA.
A symposium at midday on Sunday 7th will close the festival.
Artist Chloe Steele will exhibit her work inspired by the work of the poets.
Fiona Fraser, retiring Artistic Director and Chair has pleasure in announcing that the future Artistic Directors of PNTS, will be the writer and film maker Jim Ring, from Burnham Overy Staithe and David Waller, writer who combines living in Burnham Overy Staithe and London. They will take the Festival to a new and diverse future.
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