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Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th June

WHAT'S ON SATURDAY?

INSPIRE STAGE

12.00 Exeter College Student Choir
12.30 Sadie Horler
13.00 Music Academy Level 2 Music Ensemble
13.15 Exeter College Choral Society
13.30 Pete Fallon
LIVE LUNCH SLOT
14.00 Emma Watson Vocal Students
– Mint
– Carys Gardner
– Mattie Heathcote
14.30 Grace Hancock Vocal Students
– Sadie Horler
– Sabrina Fletcher
– Alfie Catlin
15.00 Exeter College performing Arts Students
15.30 White Tigers of Doom
15.45 Exeter College Jazz Project
16.45 New Project (Band)
17.15 HND Music Ensemble Group 1
– James Robins
– Mike Foulger
– Amy Ellicot
– Brendan Tucker
18.00 HND Music Ensemble Group 2
– Kieran Rew
– Jared Steadman
– Dan O’Leary
– Josh Thomas
18.45 END

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DIVERSITY STAGE

12.00 – 12.45 Locked Horns
13.00 – 13.45 Spirit Level
14.00 – 14.45 Emily Howard and the Dilly Boys
15.00 – 15.45 The Blu Funk Allstars
16.00 – 16.15 Level 2
16.20 – 16.45 Lola Lovatt
17.00 – 17.45 Revolution Roots
18.00 – 18.45 The Real Ish Band

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COMMUNITY STAGE

12.15 – 12.45 Sound Waves
12.55 – 13.25 Newtowns Dancing Bandits
13.35 – 14.05 Exeter University World Choir
14.15 – 14.30 Andigwa Dance (African) Rebecca
14.40 – 15.10 Get Changed Theatre Company
15.20 – 16.20 Shine Music
16.30 – 16.50 This slot to be confirmed
17.00 – 17.30 Turning Tides Project
17.40 – 18.10 Ameera Dance (Belly) Ilaria
18.20 – 19.00 TO BE CONFIRMED

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STEPHEN LAWRENCE STAGE

12.00 Bob Gaile
12.30 Thomas Kavanagh
13.00 Pete Fallon
13.30 Sean Keywood
14.00 Steve Jenner
14.30 Bob Gaille
15.00 Talk: Agata Krajewska
15.30 Talk: Transcending Violence
16.00 Jerry Cahill
16.30 Steve Jenner
17.00 Commemorating Paul Bull, Music Dave Clinch
17.30 Matthew Gordon Price
18.00 Charlotte Lee

 

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WIDSITH & DEOR TIPI STAGE

12.30 – Widsith & Deor Storytelling Theatre
1.30pm – Raventales
2pm – Jackie Juno
2.20 – Clive Pig the Storyfella
2.40 – Tim King
3pm – Louisa A. Parker
3.20 – Janet Dowling
3.40 – Peter Farrie
4.20 – Acro-yoga with Julie Yount

Exact times subject change. Please see blackboard for details.

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WHAT'S ON SUNDAY?

INSPIRE STAGE

11.00 Matthew Gordon Price
11.30 Exeter College Performing Arts Students
12.00 Tin Soldiers
12.30 TO BE CONFIRMED
13.00 Jambassadors
14.00 Toot Sweet (Flute Ensemble)
14.15 The Craig Milverton Legacy Band
EXETER COLLEGE ALUMNI SLOT (LIVE LUNCH)
15.00 Lucy Aggett
15.15 Bekah Bossard
15.30 Joshie Beard – Odins Road (Band)
15.45 Daisi Perry
16.00 Exeter College Big Band
17.00 THE END

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DIVERSITY STAGE

11.00 – 11.45 Keltia
12.00 – 12.45 Alex Hart Music
13.00 – 13.45 Annika Skoogh (Orpheus)
14.00 – 14.45 Barefoot Bandit
15.00 – 15.30 Paul Kouatchou
15.45 – 16.15 Big Noise Chorus
16.30 Karina and Bollywood Dancers

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COMMUNITY STAGE

11.00 – 12.00 WREN Music
12.10 – 12.40 Devon Capoeira Community
12.50 – 13.10 Karina Dance (Flamenco)
13.20 – 13.40 Just 4 Funk
13.50 – 14.05 Karina Dance (Bollywood)
14.15 – 14.45 Anairda
14.55 – 15.20 Ameera Dance (Italian Dance) Ilaria
15.30 – 15.50 Fil ex Choir
16.00 – 17.00 The Fountaineers

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STEPHEN LAWRENCE STAGE

11.30 Talk: Gender issues by Belinda Phipps
12.00 Tom Kavenagh
12.30 Talk: Class, Race, Gender
13.00 Mitchel and Vincent
13.30 Matthew Gordon Price
14.00 Sean Keywood
14.30 Jerry Cahill
15.00 Talk: Women of The World
15.30 Dedicated to Martin Hodge: Open Mic

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WIDSITH & DEOR TIPI STAGE

12.30 – Substance & Shadow Theatre
12.40 – David Heathfield’s Global Stories
1pm – Ulrika-Igraine & Chorus
1.20pm – Kat Black (Rock&Roll)
1.50 – Dave Oliver of Rattlebox Theatre
2.30 –  Deborah ‘Viola’ Hamilton
2.50pm – Sara Hurley Storytelling
3.10pm – Dave Sawyer’s Sanzachord
4pm – Widsith & Deor Storytelling Theatre

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DIVERSITY STAGE

The diversity stage showcases a wide variety of bands and muscians from all over the world. Acts this year include:
Revolution Roots • Paul Kouatchou • Annika Skoogh • Locked Horns • Spirit Level • Blu Funk All Stars • Lola
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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 • Philippines Choir • Wren • Capoeira • Fountaineers.
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INSPIRE STAGE

Supported by Exeter College Music Academy. Acts this year include:
Exeter College Jazz Project • White Tigers of Doom
Exeter College Big Band • Lanky and the Beard • Tin Soldiers • The Lures
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STEPHEN LAWRENCE STAGE

The Stephen Lawrence Stage acknowledges and commemorates the original motivation behind the respect Festival movement. This year: Commemorating Cllr. Paul Bull (Saturday) and Martin Hodge (Sunday)  Tom Kavanagh, Pete Fallon, Sean Keywood, Bob Gaille, Charlotte Lee

WIDSITH & DEOR STAGE

Hosted by Widsith & Deor
Storytelling, theatre, poetry, music, performance and comedy
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EXETER RESPECT CAFE AREA

The Cafe Area is hosted by St Sidwell’s Community Centre and offers a space for stalls from all cultural backgrounds to share their cultural heritage across the weekend.

HEALTH ZONE

Alternative therapies from around the world on both Saturday and Sunday.

FAMILY ZONE

Come to the Family Zone for a variety of activities for children and their families to enjoy!