Eastern European folk music takes centre stage at the Lichfield Festival with The Great Voices of Bulgaria at the Lichfield Cathedral.
The 7.30pm concert will see the women’s chorus reveal the results of music passed down from generation to generation.
Hungarian folk music will fuse with electro dance when Oi Va Va take to the stage at the Lichfield Garrick at 7.30pm, while the Garrick Studio will host one-man operatic thriller Finkelstein’s Castle.
Earlier in the day St Michael’s Church is the venue for the Elias String Quartet.
Shoppers can pick up a treat at the free Georgian Market in Cathedral Close and Dam Street, while MDCC’s version of Much Ado About Nothing takes place at Stowe House Gardens at 2pm.
The free exhibitions by Angie Lewin, Alistair Tucker and Andy Lovell also continue at Lichfield Cathedral.
And it’s a noon start at the Garrick Studio as Countdown’s Susie Dent debates whether or not the golden age of English has now passed in an event organised by Lichfield Speakers’ Corner.
For more information on these events, visit the Lichfield Festival website.