The Telegraph Hill Festival programme is now live on its website.
Now in its 17th year, the Festival offers an eclectic programme, with a mixture of paid and free events. Highlights include:
Desert Cave Dining: March 25th, 26th
This Moroccan themed restaurant will appear like a mirage for only two nights offering cocktails, a three course meal, wine and live entertainment.
Dead, White and Blue: March 26th, 29th, 31st, April 1st
Work out whodunnit in this interactive promenade murder mystery - includes short walk. Recession, unemployment and a Royal Wedding - the street party will be a riot!
Zoe: March 26th, 27th
A musical in which a past-her-prime movie star engages a private eye to solve a mystery: Who is sending me photos of this young girl who looks exactly like I used to?
Comedy Night: March 28th
The glorious gala of comedy overload includes the incisive hilarity of Nick Revell, the superbly effortless mirth of Mark Maier and, if we are lucky, the finely-honed comic anarchy of Arthur Smith. All this, plus at least one other very funny guest and local boy Phil Nice.
The Creation Station Exploration: March 31st, April 1st
The Creation Station "Exploration" arts and crafts for 1-5 year olds. Book your free taster and let your child enjoy something fun, unique and inspiring.