If you love to party, are a little hedonistic or just want to strut your stuff, this round-up of festivals and carnivals is for you.
With the Rakhi festival upon us, all attention turns to the tradition of giving of a friendship bracelet.
The 50th Brighton Festival is in full swing so get there now to enjoy thousands of events from cabaret, music, theatre and debate.
The Noosa Festival of Surfing in Queensland, Australia is the only surfing event in the world where you can surf with your dog.
List of 10 Indian festivals, from Diwali to Vishu, from Rajasthan to Kerala, from dance to costumes, from camels to colour.
Abergavenny Food Festival, South Wales’ biggest food festival is absolutely fabulous, says Elizabeth Mistry.
Naomi Tolley goes to Basque Country to witness Joaldunak, an annual festival recognised by UNESCO as an event of ‘intangible cultural heritage’.
The Jane Austen Festival will be making its annual return to the city of Bath this September to celebrate the popular author’s writing, life in Bath and all things Regency.
With many of them free to attend and offering activities ranging from catching a wild-goat to the more traditional British beer festival, these offer the perfect way to spend your summer without breaking the bank!