EXETER RESPECT 2018 LINE UP

SATURDAY 30th JUNE
12 noon till 7pm

INSPIRE STAGE

12.00 Exeter College Student Choir
12.30 Exeter College Music Academy Level 2 (pop rock set)
13.00 Live Lunch
14.00 Ensemble Baklana
15.00 Sun Veins
15.25 Ellie Davies songwriter
15.30 Joanna Cook singer
16.10 Mattie Heathcote
16.25 Josie Beard
17.05 Honey Trap
17.45 Exeter College Jazz Project
18.35 Ben Champion DJ + Live Band

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DIVERSITY STAGE

12.00 Locked Horns
13.00 Paul Koutchou
13.50 The Blu Funk Allstars
15.00 The Collection
16.15 Gary Stewart’s Gracelands
17.45 The O’Marleys
18.30 Big Noise Chorus

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COMMUNITY STAGE

12.00 Sound Waves
12.55 Newtown Primary School
13.35 La La Choir
14.15 Exeter Samba School
14.45 Shumba Arts
15.35 Turning Tides
16.30 Karina Dance Flamenco
17.15 Keltia
18.15 Karina Dance Bollywood
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EQUALITY STAGE
(Organised by Widsith & Deor)

12.30 Widsith & Deor Storytelling Theatre
13.00 Kenson Low’s Dinosaur Rider
13.20 Raventales
13.50 Nicole Wakeling
14.20 Ulrika-Igraine
14.40 Louisa A. Parker
15.00 Sara Hurley
15.20 Kat Black
15.50 Peter Farrie
16.15 Ros & John Wehner
16.45 Widsith & Deor Storytelling Theatre

Exact times subject change. Please see blackboard for details.

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STEPHEN LAWRENCE STAGE
The Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies present:

12.00 Welcome, Food tasters & Live Music with Abdenour Bouich
12.45 Devon and the Middle-East. Insights from the life and work of Joseph Pitts  Talk and Q&A with Paul Auchterlonie
13.15 Poetry Reading
13.30 Women in Asia, Africa and the Middle East: Telling Feminist Stories. Talk and Q&A with Katie Natanel
14.00 Story-telling for children
14.25 Ayny, a short film by Ahmed Saleh. The Parrot, a short film by Darin J. Sallam & Amjad Al-Rasheed.
15.00 Arabic Language Taster with Abla Oudeh
15.30 A Trip to Palestine in Pictures. Conversation with Cathrine Holst
15.45 Whither Palestine? Talk and Q&A with Ilan Pappé
16.15 The Great Adventure of the Birds. Interactive theatre workshop for children (6-12) with Kanwal Tareq Hameed Abdulhameed
17.00 Arabic Language Taster with Abla Oudeh
17.30 Muslims and Other Faiths in Britain: Challenges and Opportunities. Talk and Q&A with Mustafa Baig
18.00 Poetry Reading
18.15 Music & Closure

Note registration is recommended for the Arabic Language Tasters (15 persons max) and the Interactive theatre workshop. You can register at iais@exeter.ac.uk or early on the day

Exeter Community Initiatives (ECI) / Julian House Open Mic Tent

Tony Harvey (M)
Gowenlock (Ben and Naomi) (M)
Sanchia (M)
Susie Williams (SW)
Kimwei Mcarthy (Bard of Exeter) (M/SW)
Katie & Tamsin (SW)
Jordan Morris and Emily Cole (M)
James Seget (M)
Josh Solman (SW)
Peter Matthews (M)

M = musician SW = spoken word C = comedian

There are still slots available for people to turn up on the days and perform but we are restricted to acoustic sets only (no full bands – only up to 2 people)

SUNDAY 1st JULY
11am till 6pm

INSPIRE STAGE

11.00 Anna Marie Waite
11.35 Holly Kirby
11.50 Carys Gardner
12.05 Ben Champion DJ Set
12.30 Horizon Band
1310 Jambassadors
14.00 Exeter College Alumni – ELENA
15.00 Velvet and Stone
16.00 Exeter College Big Band

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DIVERSITY STAGE

11.00  Devon Jazz Orchestra
12.15 The Kingstons
13.25 Dakar Audio Club
14.40 Sound of the Sirens
15.55 Revelations Roots
17.00 The Jonah Hitchens Band

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COMMUNITY STAGE

11.00 Wren music
12.10 Devon Capoeira
12.50 Just4funk
13.20 Urbanflow
13.50 Bulgarian Dance
14.15 Avtar Indian Dance
14.50 Fil Ex choir
15.20 Newtown Roots Band
16.00 Skylark

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EQUALITY STAGE
(Organised by Widsith & Deor)

12.30 Rosie Eade
13.00 Clive Pig the Storyfella
13.30 Substance & Shadow Theatre present The Fisherman & His Soul
14.00 Janet Dowling
14.20 One Man, 5 Poets by Chris Brooks
15.00 The Weather House by Susan Taylor & Simon Williams
15.40 Dave Sawyer’s Sanzachord
16.10 Deborah Hamilton
16.40 Widsith & Deor Storytelling Theatre

Exact times subject change. Please see blackboard for details.

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STEPHEN LAWRENCE STAGE

Space (former Devon Youth Service) will be hosting the youth tent with a variety of activities including: music workshops, music performances from our young people, cube game challenges, a mocktail bar, sumo suits, facepainting, a learning & guidance section as well as the presence of Radio Rush, a radio show run by young people, for young people who will be walking around & capturing the festival

Exeter Community Initiatives (ECI) / Julian House Open Mic Tent

Bene (M)
Charlie Barnes (C)
Zoe & Jess (M)
Melinda Schwakhofer (SW)
Jackie Juno (SW)
AJ Shaw (M)
Emily Howard (M)
The Gaslight Troubadours (M)

M = musician SW = spoken word C = comedian

There are still slots available for people to turn up on the days and perform but we are restricted to acoustic sets only (no full bands – only up to 2 people)

DIVERSITY STAGE

The diversity stage showcases a wide variety of bands and muscians from all over the world. Acts this year include:
Revolution Roots • The Kingstons •Dakar Audio Club • Locked Horns • Gary Stweart’s Graceland • Blu Funk All Stars • The O Marley’s
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COMMUNITY STAGE

Featuring a wide range of talents the Community Stage introduces many community groups and acts. Acts this year include:
Sound Waves Music Project • La La Choir • Wren • Capoeira • Karina Dance.
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INSPIRE STAGE

Supported by Exeter College Music Academy. Acts this year include:
Exeter College Big Band • Anna Marie Waite • Jambassadors • Honey Trap
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STEPHEN LAWRENCE STAGE

The Stephen Lawrence Stage acknowledges and commemorates the original motivation behind the respect Festival movement.

EQUALITY STAGE

Hosted by Widsith & Deor
Storytelling, theatre, poetry, music, performance and comedy
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INSPIRE STAGE AREA

Stalls from all cultural backgrounds sharing the cultural heritage from their country of origin
Philippines Community Choir
Presenting colourful traditional games from their countries
Book Cycle
A place to browse, read & relax.
SPACE
Music workshops, music performances from young people, cube game challenges, a mocktail bar, sumo suits, facepainting, a learning and guidance section as well as Radio Rush, a radio show run by young people who will be walking around capturing the festival.
Exeter College & Exeter Phoenix
A range of entertaining activities.
Multilingual
Plenty of exciting activities
Scrapstore

ECI / JULIAN HOUSE OPEN MIC TENT

New for 2018 we are pleased to unveil the Exeter Community Initiatives (ECI) / Julian House Open Mic Tent which will feature musicians, spoken word performances and comedy from across the Southwest.  There are still slots available for people to turn up on the days and perform but we are restricted to acoustic sets only (no full bands – only up to 2 people).

This tent has been kindly sponsored by the Academy of Music and Sound.

ECI and Julian House are local grassroots charities that work with anyone at risk of Homelessness.

Other activities that ECI are putting on around the festival over the weekend include:
– JELLY Jumble Sale (childrens stuff)
– Info Stall
– Smoothie Bike
– Slacklining

FAMILY ZONE

A variety of activities for children and their families to enjoy featuring:

Clifton Hill Sport Centre
University of Exeter Students Guild
Bouncy castle and many other fun activities.
Balloons  Child Bereavement Charity
RAMM, Try all sort of cultural clothing and much, much more.
St Mathew Pre-School
Sensory activities, story telling and rhymes.
Exeter Children’s Centre, lots of family based activities (Sat. only)
ECI open mic tent, open to everybody! Bring along your songs!
Exeter City Football Club, sport activities from ECFC
St Matthew Pre-School
Sensory activities, story telling & rhymes
MERRYGoRound
Toy Library & friends
Colourful activities for the whole family
St Matthews Church
RES WS exeter drumming
360 Stories, a board game that’s all about sharing stories that foster insight & encourage more empathy & compassion.
Exeter Foodbank
Devon School of ReikI
Slush Stall
Devon & Cornwall Police
Devon Police Crime Commissioner
Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service
Parent & Child Changing Area

QUIET ZONE

Healing & wellbeing sessions presented by specialists offering free & discounted sessions, including massage sessions, for everyone to try.
Sylvie Thomas Shiatsu
County Chiropractic
Spiritual Healing Association
Quiet Area