The Gesualdo Six © Robert Piwko

Little Missenden Festival: 7 - 16th October, 2022

Welcome to the Festival

Booking is now open for the 62nd Little Missenden Festival. With our usual exciting roster of artists we look forward to bringing you ten days of live music and talks to brighten the autumn. Please explore our 2022 Programme Pages to find out more. You can also find and download a copy of our 2022 brochure here.

As always the tenth-century church of St John the Baptist will remain at the heart of the Festival. This lovely building – its unique collection of ancient wall paintings enhanced in recent years through Heritage Lottery funding – is a magical, atmospheric place where music, literature and art of the very highest quality can be enjoyed.

Postal booking for the Festival has opened and will close on 5th September. Please download this form for postal bookings. Online and telephone booking opens on 22nd August. Further information and links for online booking, managed through TicketSource, will be available here from that date. A telephone enquiry line will also be open from 26th September. More details can be found on our Tickets page.

Please do keep an eye on the website for updates or sign up to our mailing list using the link on this page.

As well as checking for updates here please keep in touch through Facebook, Twitter or Instagram or email us if you have any questions.

Looking Back to 2021

With a thoroughly entertaining concert from the Mellstock Band in December, our highly successful 2021 festival drew to a close. Despite reduced audience sizes to facilitate social distancing and slightly shorter concerts to avoid interval mixing, the spirit of the festival remained firmly intact. We were able to run our usual number of events even including two duplicated programmes allowing more people to enjoy wonderful recitals by Imogen Cooper and Rachel Podger.

The 2021 programme can be revisited by following this link and many of the highlights of the festival can be seen in a panoramic display of images by our excellent photographer, Robert Piwko.

We look forward to seeing you at the 2022 Festival!