Arundel Festival of the Arts is moving from the streets to screens for 2020 to help showcase and keep alive the tradition of arts entertainment in the town. Organisers of the festival – a registered charity – have enlisted the services of beechtobeach to make a nightly show to play at 20.20pm every day of the ten-day festival (August 21st-31st) on YouTube. In addition, many performers including the Hannover Band will be live streaming during the Festival.
Acts ranging from music to dance and theatre as well as history tours and the visual arts are being filmed starting from this week to be part of the Arundel Festival of the Arts Virtual show which will be presented by Arundel resident and sixth-former Daisy Watson.
Former BBC London Head and beechtobeach Director Jane Mote is leading the production team:
“We are delighted to be helping to support our local town and the Arts at this time. We are used to the challenge of producing great content during lockdown and are confident we will be able to capture the spirit of the festival and create a fun show with lots of films that can be used across social media. “
beechtobeach is working with others from Akin – Arundel’s Creative collective – to bring the Arundel Festival of the Arts alive. Graphic Designer Susan Robertson has created a new logo for the newly-named festival and Director of Simplified Ideas, Karl Salter, has built a new website.