As Salisbury International Arts Festival is in its last week here is a look back at the wide variety of events held so far.

The festival, which returned after a two-year hiatus on Friday, May 27, has featured a packed programme of music, theatre, film, dance, spoken word, visual arts, family and free events across multiple venues throughout the city.

And last week was no different. There was an outdoor theatre performance of As You Like It by Lord Chamberlain's Men, SHIFT initiatives giving a voice and platform for young people to, and music from acclaimed jazz musicians, Julian Joseph Trio.

Over the jubilee weekend earlier this month the city centre was transformed into a theatre space for City Encounters.

Salisbury International Arts Festival runs until Saturday (June 18). For more information visit:


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