Going global – and virtual

This year's virtual festival was already a first ― and now it's notched up another landmark.

For the first time, we have an international audience as we've had sign-ups to our sessions from as far afield as Canada and Turkey.

Several people have also said they would love to attend one of the online events ― but can't make the time slot.

So, we can confirm that all of our sessions will be recorded and available to watch via this website for two weeks after the festival.

We also have full, updated details on how to register (including the cut-off time 24 hours before each event).