The Old Court, St Leonards Road

  • 100 People Who Make Windsor Work - Revisited
    14 - 12 October 2018
    In 2008 Derek Reay held an exhibition for the Windsor Fringe Festival titled ‘100 People Who Make Windsor Work’, the idea being to show the diverse range of occupations and pursuits of people who make up our community. Now, 10 years on, Derek has revisited this community, where there have been some changes.
  • Community Stage
    12.00pm Sunday, 16th September 2018
    Our popular Community Stage opens the Festival this year. Join us at The Old Court Artspace to enjoy and support a variety of locally based talent offering anything from acoustic folk and roots, or reinterpretations of rock, soul and pop classics on the ukulele, to progressive rock and a children’s performing arts school.
  • Vienna: City of Dreams
    1.00pm Tuesday, 18th September 2018
    The beautiful city of Vienna forms the backdrop to this lunchtime concert. Strauss was in his early twenties when he composed his passionate Violin Sonata. Inspired by his new love and future wife, soprano Pauline de Ahna, it hints at the glamorous, swirling scenes of Der Rosenkavalier that would follow.
  • The Songs of Leonard Cohen
    8.00pm Friday, 21st September 2018
    Enigmatic, mysterious and sub textural, songwriter Leonard Cohen was an unflinching character with an exact sense of prose and wry humour, whose passing marked the end of an era.
  • L' Histoire de Babar
    21 September 2018
    The Story of Babar, the Little Elephant has captured the imaginations of children and adults ever since the famous French book was published in 1930.
  • Royal Opera House Young Artists: A Royal Gala
    7.30pm Saturday, 22nd September 2018
    Some of the world’s most talented young opera singers from the Jette Parker Young Artist Programme, Covent Garden, come together for a gala performance of popular operatic arias and ensembles accompanied and curated by Oliver Gooch.
  • The Bluejays
    8.00pm Friday, 28th September 2018
    The Bluejays have quickly established themselves as the UK’s most authentic vintage rock ‘n’ roll band. Performing the greatest hits of the 1950s from the likes of Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Everly Brothers and Eddie Cochran, their authenticity has attracted a huge following and caught the eye of many of the original artists.