A late Victorian building which dominates the east end of the High Street. The Assembly Room upstairs is the main festival venue; the Court Room on the ground floor will be a bookshop and café for the weekend.
Parking is available in the High Street or in Waitrose car park (between the High Street and George Lane).
St Mary’s Church bears remnants of the original Norman building of c.1160 and marks from Civil War gunfire are also evident. It is located behind the Town Hall and accessible from the bottom of Kingsbury Street, via Patten Alley.
The Green Dragon stands on the South Side of the High Street approximately 100 yards from the Town Hall. Originally a coaching inn, it dates back to the 15th century.
Marlborough College is situated at the western end of Marlborough and occupies 286 acres of historic downland.
Katharine House in Marlborough offers an eclectic mix of affordable paintings, prints, constructions, sculptures and cermics by Modern British artists.
While the Festival is running there will be an informal café and bookshop in the Court Room of the Town Hall