Great fun for all the family
The four days between 22nd and 25th September will see the Town Centre and Seafront areas of Bognor Regis feasting on a superb array of great music, dance, and much more as part of the Southdowns Music Festival.
There will be a fantastic offering of free entertainment for locals and visitors to enjoy including the hugely popular Southdowns Ukulele Festival, the second scintillating `Shanty Showdown`, the Southdowns Dance Festival with nine colourful dance groups, the new Bognor Radio Respect Music Stage on the closed Seafront, fascinating craft and market stalls, a Real Ale Festival, music sessions, choirs, workshops, great children`s entertainments and free events at eight different venues. What`s not to like!
The Festival will be centred on the Regis Centre and Alexandra Theatre with other venues including the William Hardwicke, the Hothampton Arms, the Dog and Duck, the RAFA Club, the London Road precinct, the newly refurbished Place St. Maur, Waterloo Square plus the closed off Seafront between Clarence Road and Lennox Street.
The ticketed headline concerts include the legendary Lindisfarne on Saturday 24 September, the acclaimed Spiers and Boden on Thursday 22nd, a `double header` on Friday 23rd with the up-and-coming Wrest and The Leylines, and on Sunday 25 September, the fabulous Men That Couldn’t Hang.
On Saturday afternoon in Studio 1 of the Regis Centre, we have a fascinating new ticketed production by London based choral group, Broomdasher entitled The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady who have wowed audiences up and down the country.
On Saturday and Sunday afternoons, the RAFA Club in Waterloo Square will be hosting our Festival concerts from 1pm to 6pm with some real high quality performers. Tickets for each afternoon concert are just £10.50 each, with Four-Day Festival ticket holders having access to all ticketed events over all the Festival days.
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