Brace yourselves for an artistic extravaganza like no other, as “Equinoks,” a one-of-a-kind pop-up arts festival, is all set to storm the enchanting interiors of St. Mary’s church on Saturday, September 23rd, 2023, from 2 to 6 pm.

This event promises a fusion of free-spirited performances, mesmerizing short films, and an eclectic gallery of diverse artworks, all in the heart of Luton.

The historical grandeur of St. Mary’s church will play host to acclaimed british and international free improvisers, renowned for their boundary-defying talents. Visitors will experience free spirited, musical performances using a variety of classical, improvised and electronic instruments. The event proudly brings together artists from mopomoso, a celebrated improvised event, originally nurtured by the late John Russell.

Hold your breath for more! The festival isn’t just about soul-stirring music. It’s a visual spectacle too. The artistic wonders of ceramic and photographic brilliance by Faye Munroe, Claire Davies, and Anna Fairchild from Luton and Hertfordshire will adorn the space. And that’s not all – let your senses feast on an array of short films and animations from both local and international filmmakers, interwoven seamlessly to create an unforgettable experience.

Behind the curtains of this event stand the masterminds Jakub Rokita and Paul Jolly, visionaries who have brought this dream to life with the unwavering support of Luton’s vibrant community, local organisations, and businesses. Thanks to their passion and relentless efforts, “Equinoks” is all set to blaze a trail of innovation and inspiration.

Fancy a ticket? Early bird tickets are already on sale on Eventbrite, so make sure to secure your spot. Click here to grab your tickets.

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Laura is a passionate supporter of the Step Forward Luton campaign and a Place Activation and Marketing Coordinator for Luton Council. Armed with a journalism degree and unwavering love for her university town, she often pens positive blogs that spotlights the best of Luton. From charity work to market management, Laura's professional journey has explored every corner of Luton. And when she's not busy being a marketing maven, she's out on a culinary adventure, unearthing the town's hidden foodie gems.