Printfest is held the early spring bank holiday each year at The Coro in the festival town of Ulverston, on the edge of the Lake District, Cumbria.

The Coro

County Square,
Cumbria LA12 7LZ

We believe that people who live, work and visit in rural places and spaces should be able to access high quality, accessible, creative and cultural experiences and our artistic programme aims to provide just that. We strive to create a programme of events and activities that are inspiring, engaging and enjoyable. Presenting a mix of theatre, comedy, music, talks, visual art and more, our mission is to enrich lives through great experiences.


Explore independent shops, cafes, trails, deals and restaurants all set on the beautiful cobbled streets of Ulverston.

A market town with a blend of historic and high-tech

It is over 700 years since Ulverston was first made a market town by Royal Charter from King Edward I in 1280. However, its status as a great place to buy and trade endures to this day, with an array of independent shops, cafes and pubs lining its cobbled streets…

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Ulverston Fringe

Celebrating the arts and culture of Ulverston over the Printfest weekend.

17 Venues and 6 cafes join Printfest this year to celebrate the arts and culture of Ulverston over the Printfest weekend, from printmakers & glass-blowers, potter & painters, framing & artists materials, to threads & homeward, tea & coffee and printmaking courses. Pick up a Fringe Map and discover more of Ulverston.

Click the image to download your map (4 pages PDF, 2MG)