A RokSkool Band
Ardingly Head of English Dr Klinge discusses Shakespeare from a German perspective.
Peter Voigt opens his doors to give a short talk about the violin trade.
Drop in and meet Peter as he explains what is behind the curtain!
DJ Greg has been DJing all over the world since 1990 and started a DJ Training School for kids and adults ages 6+ in 2017. As part of the training school he is very pleased to introduce some of his DJ students playing live at this years Lindfield Arts Festival. You can expect to hear a range of music including Reggae, Pop and House music on the day as well as some Carnival music. We invite you to get your groove on and support the next generation of DJ’s on the high street this September.
Lindfield WI kindly providing refreshments for the Tea Dance
Featuring a selection of Ballroom & Latin American tunes you are invited to spend the afternoon dancing to waltzes, quicksteps, foxtrots and Latin numbers. Will you spot the lovely Katie Derham?
Afternoon tea will be available, kindly provided by Lindfield WI
Hosted by Tracy Brooks, Senior Instructor & Principal of Horsham Dancers Club, Tracy has been dancing over 40 years and teaching just over 25 years. She is a Fellow and Examiner for UKAdance and licensed BDC Scrutineer.
Luca is an eight year old boy with a passion for singing and drama. In January 2018, he auditioned and was accepted into the all boy English vocal group Libera directed by Robert Prizeman. A pupil of Cumnor House School, he is an ordinary eight year old boy playing football, climbing trees and going through the work required of him. He has been involved in several local festivals and won the school in house music competition judged by the director of Brighton College. With a quirky, cheeky-sense of humour he aspires to singing on stage one day, the song hallelujah by Leonard Cohen being one of his favourites.
A man is forced out of his home, leaving his friends, family and community. He chooses 10 of his most treasured possessions to take with him to remind him of the life he is leaving behind.
Using humour, stories and circus, this fiercely energetic show looks at what it means to be pushed out of what we know to an unfamiliar place with unfamiliar faces.
Memory Man was commissioned by The Basingstoke Festival and Supported by Arts Council England. The initial production was directed by John Wright and designed by The Flying Butresses. There will be further development on Memory Man in 2018 with support from Applause Rural Touring.
Circus Skills Workshops
Want to learn circus skills yourself?
During workshop sessions Jimmy gives instruction in a variety of skills and provides equipment such as poi, diabolos, spinning plates, hula-hoops, juggling balls and rings, gymnast ribbons, flower sticks, stilts, and ‘pedal-go’s –older participants can even try the unicycle!