The unique sounds of the Bollywood Brass Band will be returning to the Lichfield Festival.
The Garrick Theatre will play host as the six-piece horn section is driven by the dhol drum from 8pm.
The late night series of concerts continues at Lichfield Cathedral’s Lady Chapel, when the Lichfield Cathedral Chamber Choir perform by candlelight at 10pm.
There will be more music on offer when the New Zealand String Quartet play at St Michael’s Church at 3pm, while Ska’d For Life will be led by saxophonist Dan Nicholls at the George IV at 9.30pm.
Intimate Theatre present The Turn of the Screw at the George Hotel at 7.45pm. The same venue hosts a talk by author Simon Scarrow at 10.30am.
The Supernatural Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is at the Garrick Studio at 8pm, or alternatively, film fans can enjoy a Brief Encounter at the Guildhall at 9.30pm.
People will detective when they begin the hunt for Trevor, the Festival’s pig.
Every day the decorated statue will be in a different location across the city. The first person to spot him and report back to firstname.lastname@example.org will win two tickets to a Lichfield Festival event.
The Lichfield Festival runs until July 17. For the full programme and ticket information visit www.lichfieldfestival.org.