When you go to the convention make sure that you go to reception and buy tickets for these events:

Bruce Kuhn Concert - Bruce Kuhn, who has performed in broadway and other repertory theatres and now tours his solo shows Luke, Acts, Tales of Tolstoy, and Marcus around the world, is performing at the Keswick Convention!

He is performing during Week 1 on Thursday the 20th of July from 3.00-4.30pm in the Main Tent.

He is also performing during Week 2 on Thursday the 27th of July from 3.00-4.30pm in the Main Tent.

Finally, he is performing during Week 3 on Tuesday the 1st of August from 3.00-4.30pm in the Main Tent.

Bruce Kuhn

Darkness Fallen - John’s Gospel by Saltmine- Darkness Fallen is Saltmine Theatre Company’s amazing  re-imagining of the Gospel Of John which is moving, funny, fantastical and even poetic. Saltmine Theatre Company are performing their play at the Keswick Convention this year!

They are performing during Week 2 on Tuesday the 25th of July from 2.30-4.15pm in the Youth Tent.

Darkness Fallen being performed

James Cary - A Monk’s Tale- A MONK’S TALE: RELICS, REVOLT & REFORMATION
KESWICK: St John’s Church
2ND and 3rd AUG, 2017,  2:30pm (starts 3pm)
Keswick Unconventional presents a brand new work for 2017, celebrating the 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther and the 95 Theses.

On their way to the Edinburgh Fringe, Cameron Potts, Anna Newcome and Anna Nicholson present sketches and songs that put the wit into Wittenberg. Written by James Cary (Miranda, Bluestone 42, Another Case of Milton Jones) with songs by James Sherwood (The Now Show), this show is suitable for all ages and is pure indulgence!

3pm at St John’s Church, Keswick. Doors open at 2.30pm. Show lasts about an hour.

Tickets £5.

A family ticket is available for £20 (2 Adults and up to 4 children). These are ONLY available in person from the Keswick Convention office.

For more information and tickets please go to: https://www.amonkstale.net (tickets will also be available at reception.)

A Monk's Tale