2024 Festival Dates: 6 & 7 July

Keith Brymer Jones: In Conversation with Patrick Grant

Keith Brymer Jones, judge of The Great Pottery Throw Down, talks to Patrick Grant of The Great British Sewing Bee about his new Channel 4 show following the restoration and renovation of a dilapidated Welsh 19th century chapel, shared with his beloved wife – actor Marj Hogarth.

Keith and Patrick will chat about their shared passion and ambitions to inspire others to make, particularly young people; with Keith reflecting on the memorable moments that have made his life what it is, including paying homage to the art teacher who was so influential in his career path. Expect anecdotes and insightful musings, delivered with warmth and humour.

Booking Details

This talk is FREE.

Start time 3:00 PM – It will last approx 1 hour.

Saturday only

Blackburn Cathedral

The venue is accessible to people who use a wheelchair.

Please arrive at the venue 10 minutes before the talk to allow time for your ticket to be checked and for you to find a seat.

Unfortunately, your place may be allocated to a participant on the waiting list in the event of arrival after 3 pm.

Advanced booking recommended / Limited walk-up spaces may be available on the day.

This event is delivered in partnership with Creative Lancashire.



2019 Trusts & Foundations

The National Festival Of Making Delivery Team

National Festival of Making is supported by the Arts Council England, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council, Brian Mercer Trust and Foundations and Partners. This project is part-funded by the UK government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.

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