Local arts groups are being invited to take part in Mole Valley’s annual arts festival, Arts Alive, which this year has been renamed Arts E-Live as events move online.
Supported by Mole Valley District Council (MVDC) and now in its 24th year, Arts Alive is the biggest arts festival in the South East.
Last year there were more than 90 events taking place for all ages across the district, including film, theatre, music, literature, dance, painting, poetry, modern and traditional crafting and horticulture.
Cabinet Member for Leisure, Councillor David Draper, said: “We are keen to run as many online arts events as possible throughout October, so if you have an idea on what would you like to do, please get in touch and we can talk about how to make it brilliant. All art forms are welcome. As always, our aim is to make tickets to the events free or very low cost, as we want to make them accessible for as many people as possible.
“If the government advises it is safe to do so, some live public events could also run following official safety advice at the time. Whatever happens, we want to reassure our communities that Arts Alive 2020 is on.”
To get involved in Arts E-Live, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01306 885001.