If you missed Marian Cameron, one of this years Festival Directors, being interviewed on BrightFM then click below to hear it again:
Our online booking system will close at 5pm tomorrow (Tuesday 9th September) so our little army of volunteers can make sure we have complete listings of who is coming to each event. So, please hurry and make those bookings online, just to make sure you’ve secured your place!
This does not apply to Toploader tickets, which we are keeping open slightly longer, but is getting pretty close to being sold out. If you still haven’t got your toploader ticket then click HERE.
And it doesn’t apply to physical tickets either! These can still be purchased from SWALK on the high street now and at the weekend.
Are you excited yet? We are!
You could be going to one of the following events……
Liz Hinze Singing Workshops, Lindfield Art Studio’s Family Clay Workshop,CBeebies Sarah and the Duck storytelling session, Ariel Drama Academy Musical Theatre Performance, Mike and the Criminals, The Robinson Academy drama workshop & performance, Heather Martin Garden Design workshop, Nothing to Lose, JK Theatre Arts Show, Mike Reinstein Singing workshop for kids, Ensemble Reza Talk and Concert, African Drumming Workshop, Something Delicious with Jill Lewis, Burlesque class for women aged over 18, Yeah Groove, Book Quiz Evening, The Barefoot Players present The Last of Eden, Newick Folk at the Stand Up, Art Exhibition at Lindfield Primary School, Lindfield Arts Studio and Sarah Reynolds Studio, Music at Paolinos, Classic Cars, Bikes, Vans & Busses, Arts & Craft Activity Stalls, Food & Drinks, Speakers Corner, Huggett & Browne Contraptions, History Walks, Geocaching, Time Capsule Reburial, Life Size Dalek Walkabout, Wood Carving…….. and a whole lot more.
Which event are you going to?
http://lindfieldartsfestival.com for tickets or at SWALK in the High Street.
You’ll have the opportunity of seeing…..
Tanzen Academy Of Dance Ballet, Great Walstead’s Forest School, Blackthorns School Choir, Ariel Drama Academy Workshop, Hula hooping workshops, Shout Chorus, Creative Writing with the Silk Road Writers,Lindfield Art Studio’s Family Clay Workshop, Cavan Wood’s Visions of Jerusalem & School Daze, Daisy White’s Booktique, Mick Oakey, Philip Craik, Will Mactintosh, David Gee, Beryl Armstrong, Nat Murray, Keith Mapp, Ensemble Reza, Fitsteps class with Anita & Becky, Circle Singing, Oathall Community College, Balcombe & Lindfield Dance Show, Inchoir , Sussex Youth Dance, Rok Skool, Fashion Show, Story Box, Poetry Reading with Diane Brookens, Flamenco dance workshop, BPM Academy Street Dance Workshop, Getting yourself published with Clare Christian, Wild Honey, Lindfield’s First Murder: 1499: a talk by Tim Stanton, Suzanne Elizabeth, Poetry Reading with Richard Skinner , Barbershop Harmony Singing by the Stepping Out Quartet and the Sound Company Chorus from Horsham, Ensemble Reza and Schools Romeo and Juliet Concert, Mike and Reina Reinstein, Fable44, Art Exhibitions at Lindfield Arts Studio and Sarah Raynolds Studio, , Buskers, Hula Hooping, Music at Paolinos, Classic Cars, Ardingly College Solar Car, History Walks, Kirlian Hand Aura Photography, Wood Carving, John Lloyd Furniture Making Skills Demonstrations & Exhibition, Huggett & Browne Contraptions, Lucy Ellie and Toploader!
What are you planning to see? Book your tickets at http://lindfieldartsfestival.com until 5pm Tuesday 9th September or at SWALK on the High Street.
Peter Welch, aka, the drumcoach, is based in Rotherfield, near Crowborough, on the East Sussex and West Kent border.
Not only is he running an African Drumming workshop at the King Edward Hall on Sunday 14th September, but his troupe will be entertaining the villages at the Primary School, The Bent Arms, and outside Paolinos at various times during the day.
Stepping Out (left) is a male Barbershop Quartet (David Ellwood/Lead, Nigel Green /Baritone, Brian Shorrocks/Tenor and John Higgins/Bass) who sing unaccompanied Four Part Harmony in the “Barbershop” Style. John is a Lindfield resident, and the other members of the Quartet all live within a 40 mile radius. The Quartet have over 70 years experience between them of singing Barbershop Harmony, and this year were the opening Act at the National Barbershop Convention in Harrogate. The Quartet regularly perform at Concerts and Functions throughout the South East.
Sound Company (right) is a male Barbershop Chorus, formed in January 2013, and which is based in Horsham West Sussex. Its members are all experienced Barbershop singers – all of whom have sung in Barbershop Choruses for many years, including The Cambridge Chord Company, The Royal Harmonics, TheThames Valley Chorus, and The Sussex Harmonisers. Several Members of the Chorus have successfully performed at International level, and the Chorus regularly performs both competitively and at Functions in the South East”
This week, one lucky winner will get four tickets to see Toploader on Saturday 13 September, including a backstage meet and greet with the band!
Simply go to BrightFM and answer this simple question for a chance to win!
SWALK will be selling Lindfield Arts Festival tickets from tomorrow morning.
The long awaited 5th annual festival is taking place over the weekend of the 13th & 14th September & with many of the performances & workshops as low as 50p & £1 you’d be crazy not to visit Rebecca & her fab team tomorrow!
Be sure to guarantee your place on what is going to be a quintessentially fun festival weekend