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By Haddenham Webteam - 21st October 2020 4:00pm
This year the Thame Arts & Literature Festival (TAL) had to take place in the virtual medium, online — in the form of 'DigiTAL'
The three-day event has now concluded but it isn't too late to enjoy the various presentations and concerts — many have been recorded and are available to watch online.
According to the festival organiser, Yvonne Maxwell, "DigiTAL was successful beyond our wildest dreams. Many people have asked if it is possible to watch the events they missed or tune in to new ones. The platform will now be open until Tuesday 27th October.
People who are new to the Festival need to go onto our website, click on the 'Book Now' link and once they have paid for their tickets they will receive a link from Crowdcast.
Those who already have the links can use them again and again until 27th.
Do join in to support the Festival and help ensure that it happens again next year."
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