A selection of images documenting the Arches Worcester Festivals programme over the last three years will be on display in Arch 28, Worcester from 3 – 7 March for everyone to see.

This retrospective exhibition shares the beautiful work of The Arches Worcester Festivals photographer Ravi Lakhani with additional contributions from photographer Helen George.  

Many of the images have never been shared before with the public, capturing the essence of the festivals programme and the impact it has had on the city; creating moments of joy and wonder that live long in the memory of all those that have experienced them.   

David Edmunds, Festivals Director said: “We are very excited to be putting on this exhibition and having the opportunity to show our amazing collection of images that span across all of our festivals.”

“Ravi, who has been photographing our Festivals since we started in 2020 has brilliantly captured the reactions of our audiences that will live long in the memory of all those that have experienced them.  And Helen’s work on The Rising Festival is a great record of this cultural festival, which was co-designed with, by and for young adults.”

Visitors to the exhibition will also have an opportunity to see the Arches Worcester Festivals films by filmmaker James Silvanus-Davis. 
The exhibition is taking place in The Artery Studios, Arch 28, Croft Walk, Worcester, WR1 3BD. Entry to the exhibition is free.

Exhibition opening times: 

Friday 3rd, Monday 6th & Tuesday 7th March, 1 – 6pm
Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th March, 11am – 4pm  

The festivals programme is produced and managed by Severn Arts and the Arches Festivals team as part of The Arches Worcester project.