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FREE ENTRY ARTWORK BY BECKY ASHBY


Photography by Sara Beaumont

Photography by Andrew Fox

Secrets and stories from the world’s most famous theatre company

TAKE A MAGICAL JOURNEY THROUGH 100 YEARS OF THEATRE MAKING.

Photography by Sara Beaumont

Spark your imagination with weird and wonderful treasures from our past productions. See costumes worn on our stages. Discover the gory details of prop-making. Stand in front of a magic mirror and wear costumes from our museum collection.

Annual Pass - pay once and visit as many times as you wish £8.50 adult, £4.25 child, £4.25 disabled people

Alternatively, experience the very best of a day visit to the Royal Shakespeare Company with an

EXPLORER PASS

Valid for one day, enjoy the stunning views of Shakespeare’s home town from the top of the Tower, learn the secrets and stories behind our theatre-making in The Play’s The Thing and explore the world of the RSC on a guided Theatre Tour.

£15 adult, £7.50 child, £7.50 disabled people

Exhibition open daily Tickets 01789 403493 www.rsc.org.uk/families

The Play’s The Thing exhibition is supported by

Stall No A51

R o y a l S h a k e s p e a r e C o m p a n y, S t r a t f o r d - u p o n - A v o n , C V 3 7 6 B B 2


Welcome to the Leamington Peace Festival! Welcome to the 39th Leamington Peace Festival. We hope you have a fantastic weekend with all of the music, workshops, stalls, food, peace talks and entertainment that are here for you to enjoy. Every year we try to bring you a diverse selection of entertainment, stalls, talks, workshops and more while promoting our core values of peace, compassion and understanding – values which we believe should be reflected in everyone’s day to day lives. At the Peace Festival, we believe peace is achieved primarily through understanding and compassion for all which includes everyone, regardless of colour, faith, age and status. On the weekend of The Great Get Together in remembrance of Jo Cox, we follow in her belief – “We are far more united and have far more in common than that which divides us.” And in light of recent events this is truer than ever, we must stand together.

If you don’t know how to start then help us and your local area by donating tinned food at our food donation point for the Leamington and Warwick Foodbank at the Information desk. We care about our community and so should you. Care about the people you see walking down the road, the person in front of you in a queue and the person you see sat alone. Be kind and the kindness will come back to you.

This year at the festival we ask you all to be kind. Be kind to one another, equally to your families and to strangers you have never met. Join in with workshops, dance like no one is watching and make someone smile! Be inspired by the kindness that you see others showing and go do the same! As once said by Mother Theresa: ‘Peace begins with a smile.’

We hope that you love coming to the event as much as we love bringing it to you. We hope that you will come every year and maybe even get involved running the event one day! We are entirely volunteer led and are always looking for new committee members and new ideas especially ready for our 40th festival next year! If you are interested in performing, volunteering or having a stall please like our facebook page for updates or email info@peacefestival.org.uk

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The Festival would like to thank:

All stallholders, workshop leaders, children’s entertainers, performers and speakers, the majority of whom have given their time for free. Our amazing volunteers who have worked so hard this weekend to ensure the smooth running of the event. The Committee who are all volunteers who have worked for many months to bring this fantastic event to you and without these the event could not run. Lastly, Warwick District Council and YOU who make the event come alive and without whom, the event would not be worth running. THANK YOU! 3

CONTENTS

Festival Aims & Info Getting Involved Workshops - Saturday Workshops - Sunday Riverside Stage - Saturday Riverside Stage - Sunday Stalls (by Pitch Number) Sitemap Bandstand - Saturday Bandstand - Sunday Children’s Entertainment Peace Talks Stalls (by Name) Helping Locally Bridge Performance


INFORMATION AIMS

The Leamington Peace Festival exists to promote an understanding of international peace in all its aspects, including environmental harmony and living in co-operation with others: • By encouraging international and local organisations and individuals to participate during the Festival weekend • By raising awareness of world and local issues • By giving individuals ways of becoming involved in the world around them • By providing an opportunity for local crafts people to demonstrate their skills and displaytheir crafts • By promoting fair trade practices • By encouraging local artists and entertainers to share their skills The Committee starts planning the 2017 Festival in October, please get in touch if you want to be part of it: info@peacefestival.org.uk

GENERAL INFORMATION • ACCESS: The Festival site is fully accessible for everyone- if you require any additional assistance please contact us. • ACCOMODATION: Due to licensing there is NO CAMPING on the Festival site, please contact Tourist Information for details of nearby accommodation. • ALCOHOL: Please be aware that the Pump Room Gardens are a restricted drinking area. The Street Marshals have the power to remove alcohol from anyone they consider is behaving in an anti-social manner. • DISABLED PARKING: Please contact us in advance if you have special requirements. • DOGS: Well behaved dogs on leads are allowed on site. • FIRST AID: First Aid is available at the Warwick Ambulance Association ambulance, located close to the middle entrance from Dormer Place. It is clearlty marked on the Site Plan (Pages 20-21). • GETTING HERE: The Festival is held in the Pump Room Gardens, The Parade, Leamington, CV32 4AA. We are well served by public transport. The nearest train station is Leamington Spa, a 10min walk away. Most buses to Leamington Town Centre stop nearby at The Parade. For information contact 02476 559559. There is provision for locking bikes outside the Pump Rooms. Also visit the Action 21 stall for a bike service with Dr Bike. There is no parking on site and all town centre parking is Pay and Display. If possible, please don’t arrive by car. • INFORMATION: If you need help during your visit please come to the Information Caravan where we will be pleased to help. The caravan is located in the centre of the site and is clearly marked on the Site Plan. • REFUSE: Recycling is encouraged; please separate all your rubbish into the specially labelled bins as this will help with the unpleasant job of sorting the litter. All litter pickers are volunteers • TIMINGS: The Festival runs from 11am - 7.30pm on Saturday, and 11am - 6pm Sunday. As it takes place in a residential area our licence does not permit any events after these times. Please respect our neighbours and leave the festival quietly. • TOILETS: Toilets for public use are located next to the marquee stage and close to the Pump Rooms. There are also public toilets located diagonally across the Parade, near the Town Hall and in the Pump Rooms Themselves. • WATER: Water is available from the standpipe near Dormer Place, and at the Info Caravan. See Site Plan. 4


GET INVOLVED! NEXT YEAR’S FESTIVAL: JUNE 16th - 17th 2018 How To Get Involved: The Peace Festival is run solely by a small group of volunteers and we always need more help! If you would like to volunteer to help out on the day, help with publicity in the run up to the event, or help organise the 2018 event please contact the committee. They can be contacted by email: info@peacefestival.org.uk There will be a post-festival survey which will be available after the Peace Festival on our website http://www.peacefestival.org.uk where you can submit your feedback on all aspects of how this year’s festival went. Everyone is welcome to contribute. The AGM in October (please see our website for details on location) is also open to all. The committee will meet monthly from then on. • Feedback We welcome your comments about the festival, please come along to the Information • Performing next year form (follow links on our website: www.peacefestival.org.uk) and return it to us with links to, or a demo of, your music by 31st January 2018. Return address is: Leamington Peace Festival, PO Box 1686, Leamington, CV311WS. We listen to EVERY demo sent in before this date and select the performers from those available. We aim to provide a mix of musical styles, and also support local bands. However, we do operate a policy of not booking the same band two years running. All performers play for limited expenses or for free. • Running a Workshop or Stall: For 2018 we ask that anyone interested should contact us by 31st January 2018. Priority for enough money to cover our costs we have to charge the stallholders a small fee in return for a stall - this then funds next year’s festival. Stay informed: www.peacefestival.org.uk

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Stall No B47

Stall No B34

Stall No B62

Foundry Wood

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Foundry Wood is a Community Woodland in No B65 the heart of Leamington Spa, promoting conservation, education and sustainability. We host community events, volunteer days, school visits, and a wide range of activities and workshops. Get involved! Join our mailing list for monthly news and event updates.

Stall No A31

www.foundrywood.co.uk find us on Facebook or follow us on twitter @foundrywood

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WORKSHOPS SATURDAY 11:20 Arty Folks: Dream Catcher Workshop

Native American Indians used to make dream catchers to protect their sleeping children. All dreams are caught in the web but only the useful ones flow down through feathers back to sleepers. A workshop with Arty-Folks from Coventry.

12:10 Flip Juggling: Circus Skills Flip Juggling welcome kids and adults alike, beginners or advanced to come along and enjoy a session of circus skills. Try your skills with Flower Sticks, Diablo, Poi and Juggling, with my expert guidance you’ll be doing it in no time!

13:00 SGI: SGI UK Introduction to Nichiren Buddhism SGI-UK is the UK branch of Soka Gakkai International, a socially engaged Buddhist movement based on the teachings of the 13th century Buddhist teacher Nichiren. An introduction to the practice looking at how we can apply Buddhism to our daily lives.

13:50 Capoeira: Capoeira Workshop Try a Capoeria Workshop as part of Peace festival. Capoeira combines music, dance, martial art and acrobatics into one amazing spectacle. We will have a workshop especially aimed at beginners and led by our Brazillian teacher Contramestre Anjo. Come and try it out, we guarantee you’ll have fun.

14:40 Tai Chi: Tai Chi Taster

The sequence of beautiful, slow, peaceful, almost meditative movements of TAI CHI have proved to have immense therapeutic health benefits. It’s practice is understood to be the source of a long and healthy life. It feels good, too! COME AND TRY IT!

15:30 Baha’is: Teaching Virtues to Children An introduction to the Virtues Project, a method of teaching virtues (e.g. kindness, generosity) to children within the family and in classes. It is Bahá’í-inspired but non-religious. The workshop includes a virtues activity for the children of those taking part. www.southwarwickshirebahais.org.uk

16:20 Poietry in Motion: Beginners Poi Workshop Learn the art of poi with Poietry In Motion’s Vic. Good little exercise to get the body moving and flowing. Suitable for all ages and designed to build upper body flexibility, Happy spinning!

17:10 Eyes of Gaia: How can one person make difference? Are you bored of hearing about the problems? Nicola Peel has been working for the last 17 years turning environmental problems into solutions. From using mushrooms to clean up oil spills in the Amazon and building a restaurant out of rubbish, learn how one person really can make a difference. 10


WORKSHOPS SunDAY 11:20 Drumming: African Drumming Workshop (Beginners) Family friendly, for any age/ability. Vieux is a talented musician and a supportive, relaxed teacher. He will introduce a traditional African rhythm and everyone will leave with a smile and a sense of achievement. Instruments provided.

12:10 Flip Juggling: Circus Skills Flip Juggling welcome kids and adults alike, beginners or advanced to come along and enjoy a session of circus skills. Try your skills with Flower Sticks, Diablo, Poi and Juggling, with my expert guidance you’ll be doing it in no time!

13:00 Cov Earth Spirit: Casting a spell for Peace A pagan ritual to cast a spell for peace. Come and learn the basics of a pagan ritual whilst we cast our peace spell.

13:50 Capoeira: Capoeira Workshop Try a Capoeria Workshop as part of Peace festival. Capoeira combines music, dance, martial art and acrobatics into one amazing spectacle. We will have a workshop especially aimed at beginners and led by our Brazillian teacher Contramestre Anjo. Come and try it out, we guarantee you’ll have fun.

14:40 Tai Chi: Tai Chi Taster The sequence of beautiful, slow, peaceful, almost meditative movements of TAI CHI have proved to have immense therapeutic health benefits. It’s practice is understood to be the source of a long and healthy life. It feels good, too! COME AND TRY IT!

15:30 Ahmadiyya: Ask Islam Ahmadiyya? An opportunity to ask any questions about Islam

16:20 Inspire4Justice – DefineArt: Introduction to Street Dance Come along to learn some street dance moves and grooves. Street Dance styles have been used in dance battles to settle disputes instead of use of violence. The session will be interactive and fun in a relaxed atmosphere. All ages welcome!

17:10 Eyes of Gaia: Connecting to the Element? Indigenous peoples around the world are deeply connected to the elements of Earth, Water, Air and Fire. Come along to learn more including a mixture of movement and meditation.

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Stall No B51

HELPING HANDS COMMUNITY PROJECT Contact: Lianne Kirkman (Charity Director) Phone: 01926 732118 Local people helping local people in need.

Helping Hands Community Project became a Registered Charity in March 2015. (registered no. 277354), we are a community charity helping local people in need. We are governed by a small number of local trustees. As a community project we work with local people in Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth who are vulnerable, have addictions and need help and support to realise their potential. We offer the following support and services to the local people of Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth: We run an evening Soup Kitchen open Mon night 7pm-9pm , Tues and Thursday night 6pm-7pm. This is held at the rear of our charity shop. 
 In the Spring and Summer months we run the Soup Kitchen out on the street. Our House2Home project supports local individuals and families in need who move into unfurnished properties. We provide items of furniture, as well as clothing, toiletries and other household essentials. Our Charity Shop is open Tues -Sat 10am-4pm. This is located at 12 Gloucester Street. 
 We sell pre-loved items in our shop and is run by our service users who are homeless, recovering from addiction and victims of domestic violence. 
 Volunteers can achieve an NVQ in customer service and retail skills to create opportunity for them to get back in to paid work. We will be opening a drop in cafe that will be ran by local people who we are supporting in 2017. 
 Our Vision is to have more community enterprises to offer paid work opportunities to the local people we support. This will also support and sustain the long term growth of the Charity and help us to realise our dream of having a home in Warwickshire to support local people through detox and reintegration.

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RIVERSIDE STAGE

SATURDAY All acts subject to change

11:00 Check blackboard for more information and details to 11:35

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12:45 Shanade

to Female songwriter Shanade’s career has 13:25 been on a rapid ascent thanks to her unmistakable vocal and unstoppable energy. http://shanademusic.com

13:40 Attila the Stockbroker

to Social surrealist performance poetry, 14:20 energetic acoustic songs, punk rock with medieval tinges! www.attilathestockbroker.com

14:35 Giles Likes Tea

to Gypsy-tinged pop with boy-girl vocals 15:35 that culminates in a right good toe-tapping time for all involved. https://soundcloud.com/giles_likes_tea 18


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SATURDAY All acts subject to change

15:50 Kuchipudi Dance School

to Children from the dance school perform a 16:20 beautiful Indian art, Kuchipudi, that originated in 200BC. It involves rhythmic footwork, dynamic expressions and aesthetics.

16:45 Grass Routes

to We play a mix of original ska reggae 17:25 rock hiphop to get the crowd bouncing. BBC Introducing Band of the Month. www.facebook.com/grassroutesband

17:40 Misty's Big Adventure

to Their music is a joyous mix of pop, ska, 18:20 jazz, indie, psychedelia, folk, punk, lounge and more. They are like Abba, if Abba had been weird. https://soundcloud.com/giles_likes_tea

18:45 Martian Social Club

to Eccentric, original and highly entertaining 19:30 offering an experience with music, alternative cabaret and selfmade films danceable, amusing, and slightly unsettling. www.martiansocialclub.co.uk 19


RIVERSIDE STAGE

SunDAY All acts subject to change

11:05 Songlines

to Leamington and Warwick's open-access 11:35 community choir of 100 singers. They are - Stage this morning proud to open the Riverside with songs from South Africa, Tom Petty, and much more besides - come and start your Sunday with an uplifting acappella experience!

11:50 Chasing Deer

to The band are out on the streets performing at least five times a week, gaining 12:30 an increasing audience and a great platform to play both cover and new original material. www.chasingdeer-official.com

12:45 The Redhills

to Traditional British songs and dance tunes 13:25 belted out loud and proud! Maria Barham (vocals guitars and whistly things), Jim Black (guitars and vocals), Nick Ellison (fiddle and vocals), Nick Mew (Bass and vocals), Nathan Walker (Drums and all manner of hitty and scrapy things) www.theredhills.uk

13:40 Sonrisa

to A 5 piece Latin Jazz band, mixing original 14:20 songs over traditional Latin grooves, featuring vocals, trumpet, flute, guitar, bass & percussion. www.sonrisamusic.co.uk

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RIVERSIDE STAGE

SunDAY All acts subject to change

14:35 Meeting Chico

to 8 piece band with horn section - guaranteed to 15:15 get people dancing and singing! -

www.facebook.com/Meetingchico/

15:30 Rosetta Fire

to Rosetta Fire’s immediately catchy songs, 16:10 coupled with a powerful live sound and three part harmonies create a unique live experience. www.facebook.com/rosettafire

16:25 Merrymaker

to Dan Sealey (formerly Ocean Colour Scene & 17:05 Merrymouth), Adam Barry (formerly The Misers & Merrymouth) & Nikki Petherick. Together combining skillful musicianship with thought provoking music layered with vocal harmonies. www.merrymakermusic.co.uk

17:20 Check blackboard for more information and details to 18:00

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STALLS BytoStall Number Refer Site Plan on p20-21

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A01 A02 A03 A04 A05 A06 A07 A08 A09 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 A25 A26 A27 A28 A29 A30 A31 A32 A33 A34 A35 A36 A37 A38 A39 A40 A41 A42 A43 A44 A45 A46 A47 A48 A49 A50 A51 A52 A53

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B01 B02 B03 B04 B05 B06 B07 B08

N.E. Imports [Asia] Juliaskitchen Nick Hooper Design and Print AM Gifts Karma Gear The Middle Feast Hindhu Happy Crepes BoxFood The Jabberwocky Fresh Rootz Dragonfly Totnes Touching the Void Shahloutrading Orchid Trading Bali Stars Ami Lovelights Emporium Churros Susanna Bliss Artezania Buddha Boutique by yogamasti The Electric Lemon Warwick District United Nations Assoc’ The Mission SDA Church, Leamington Spa Amnesty International (Mid-Wark's) Warwickshire Pride The Sikh Cultural & Sports CC Hillbillys Grill Shack Vale Studio Made of Music (Global) ltd Brackencraft Fairsilver League of Friends Leamington Spa Hosptl’ Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Fadi Eirout Equality Ethical Trading Warwick Quakers Warwick District Faiths Forum Centre for Lifelong Learning, Warwick Uni’ Tamrakar Trading No Eye Deer ILEAP Charity's Marketability Tweedy Clothing & NakedEdge Life Cotton Nappy Company WAPPA Canalside Community Food Marie Curie WCAVA Global Justice Now Royal Shakespeare Company Amdo Niki Guy

B09 B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16 B17 B18 B19 B20 B21 B22 B23 B24 B25 B26 B27 B28 B29 B30 B31 B32 B33 B34 B35 B36 B37 B38 B39 B40 B41 B42 B43 B44 B45

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Campaigners Tent The Air Ambulance Service The Survivors Trust Warwick District Poverty Watch Soroptimist International (Kenilworth) Kenilworth Chiropractic Clinic Callie Psychic consultant Park Street Chiropractic Clinic – Saturday Leamington Chiropractic Clinic - Sunday OMishka Jubilee Leamington Sahaja Yoga Swan Tai Chi Devi Shah Healing Centre Taste of Spice Platinum Pancakes Buddha Belly ChangeKitchen CIC Shepherd's Ice Cream Sareena Henna Art Baha' is of Leamington Spa Yvonne's Bits and Pieces Sylvia Sews Simply Natural Life and sole Starchild Indian Temple Delly's Gems The Purple Market Medusa Cats Whiskers Vintage Ice Dreams Flip Juggling / Chameleon Noyami Clothing One World Link Buwan Kothi International Trust UK (BKIT) Cake Magic - By Inderjit The Myton Hospices INCAS Exclusive Designs By Liz Amazonia Churches Together in Leamington Justice for Palestinians LWS Night Shelter Leamonheads One World Clothing


STALLS BytoStall Number Refer Site Plan on p20-21

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C01 C02 C03 C04 C05 C06 C07 C08 C09 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 C26 C27 C28 C29 C30 C31 C32 C33 C34 C35 C36 C37 C38 C39 C40 C41 C42

Jiva Fair Trading Lawrence Storey Madina Clothing Working with Villages in Palestine Sokka Gakkai International Helping Hands Community Project Made with Love Shah-Dhillon Henna Designs Sweet As Community Energy Warwickshire Me and You Curlicue Collins world of Coffee Friends Of Foundry Wood Brighter Futures For All Springfield Mind Daphne's Coffee Shop Dumpling King

Campaigners Tent White Poppies The Friends of Pump Room Gardens Compassion in World Farming Purple Teardrop Campaign (For more details please check the blackboards)

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Fusion Eastern Style Equality & Inclusion Partnership (EQuIP) Follow The River Jepun P3 Compassion in World Farming Workshop Tent Tipis of Stratford/Little Bird Soaps Fairy Fun Naughty Monsters Rumpadillo Melody-Claire Bourgeois Bohemian Trading Sara's Parlour Face Painting (Kids Tent) KuBZ The Warwickshire Chilli Tree Queen of Camellias Global Fusion Vegan Creole Goodness Gracious Healthy Foods Pura Vida South Warwickshire Keep our NHS Public RascalRuby Thai Style Thai Food Warwkshr’ Child Sexual Exploitation Team Yumlaut Craft Fashions Wonders of Wood Ltd. Save The Pixies Theresa Galanides Handmade Jewellery Leamington Neighbourhood Plan Art in the Park & War' Open Studios Cats Protection (Mid-Warwickshire) Warwick and Leamington Beekeepers RSPB Warwickshire Amphibian & Reptile Team Action 21 Coventry Earth Spirit Cycleways 9unicorns Crystals Warwickshire Wildlife Trust Warwickshire Badger Group Hooper Hoops


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BAND STAND STAGE

SATURDAY All acts subject to change

11:15 Genevieve Miles

to A young prolific writer / experienced 11:45 performer with guitar and wide audience appeal; diverse range of sunny originals and warm/ friendly/ fun personality! www.facebook.com/genevievemilesmusic

12:00 Gary Bird

to Gary plays the calming and peaceful 12:45 Guzheng (Chinese Zither) as well as Acoustic guitar and vocals.

13:00 The Edi Johnston Bit

to UkuleleHiphopComedy with daft 13:45 songs & gags to bring a smile to anybody's face www.edijohnstonbit.bandcamp.com

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14:00 Spa Strummers Ukulele Group

to Local fun group - great at audience 14:45 participation, feelgood and singalong! www.spa-strummers.co.uk

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BAND STAND STAGE

SATURDAY All acts subject to change

15:00 Jack Pout

to Jack Pout is a BBC Folk award nominated 15:45 singer/songwriter inspired by the revivalist musicians of the 60's and 70's. www.facebook.com/jackpoutmusic

16:00 Barry Patterson & Friends

to Our fantastic bandstand MC, and 16:45 well known local poet, gets a chance to perform, together with a line up of some local friends.

17:00 Katie Jay

to Melancholy modern acoustic 17:45 singer/songwriter, haunting vocals and thought provoking lyrics www.katiejay.net

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BAND STAND STAGE

SunDAY All acts subject to change

10:45 Leamington Stagecoach

to Children from the local Stagecoach school 11:00 sing a selection of hits.

11:10 Check blackboard for more information and details to 11:40

11:55 Dolly Mavies

to A singer/songwriter from Oxfordshire with 12:35 haunting vocals and soulful sounds. Dolly's combination of folk and soul captivates audiences. www.dollymavies.com

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12:50 Fall Girl

to Sensitive guitar & gritty vocals, a blues 13:30 feel comparable to Amy Winehouse but softer. www.fallgirl.net

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BAND STAND STAGE

SunDAY All acts subject to change

13:45 Kevin O'Regan

to Exuberant, varied, entertaining sum up 14:45 Kevin's performances with original material - foot-tapping songs some with an Irish flavour and beautiful ballads. www.kevinoregan.co.uk

14:40 Check blackboard for more information and details to 15:30

15:45 Taeppeda

to Bright traditional tunes played alongside 16:35 original ones and given a backing of funk, jazz and Latino rhythms. www.reverbnation.com/taeppeda

16:50 Rosa Francesca

to Rosa Francesca is a singer-songwriter 17:30 playing a mixture of covers and originals, often offering new twists on old classics. www.facebook.com/rosafrancescasmusic/

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Come and see what’s going on at the Action 21 stall!

Stall No C36

Free-play Piano Show off your talent or just come along to see who else is playing the Action 21 upright piano

Free bicycle MOTs Action 21’s Dr Bike service will be available to give your bike a full health check

Adult bikes for sale from £40 kids from £15 Many retro & vintage collectables for sale also clothes, books and other useful items Find out about Action 21 and The Re-Useful Centre and our wide range of volunteering opportunities Action 21 (2010) Registered charity number 1136450 Action 21, Unit 3 Milverton House, Court Street, Leamington Spa CV31 2BB www.action21.co.uk 01926 886438 info@action21.co.uk

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Stall No A45

Stall No C17

Stall No A08

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The badger is one of our best-loved species, and yet the most misunderstood.

Stall No C41

Come and visit our stand at the Leamington Peace Festival and learn more about badgers and what you can do to help them.

For advice, news and updates visit: www.warwickshirebadgergroup.co.uk

Nick Hooper Design Huge range of weird and wonderful all-over designs, hand screenprinted by me. Cotton and other natural fabrics, environmentally friendly, permanent inks. Stall No A03

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CHILDREN’s ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY 11:15 Sylvesta the Jester to 11:45

The first of 2 shows today by Sylvesta the Jester. Composed of songs, jokes, stories and comedy involving both kids and adults. Sylvesta the Jester has been entertaining the crowds for over 30 years and appears at both days of the festival again in 2017. During the afternoon you will find Sylvesta the Jester wondering the festival and entertaining the crowds.

12:00 Kristoff the Clown to 13:00

Kristoff the clown will be performing his magic and music show. Come along and take part in the magic and singing "action" songs. Also join Kristoff as he does a walking show around the festival between 13.00 and 14.00.

13:30 Little Boot Books to 15:30

Little Boot Books produce picture books and audio books for young readers, and will be reading their debut book Mandy and Mitch and the Big Brave Boots. Enjoy an interactive workshop exploring emotions such as worry and anxiety and mindfulness.

16:00 Sylvesta the Jester to 16:30

Sylvesta the Jester is back! See above for more information.

16:45 Activity Time to 17:30

Come and join us at the kids tent and do some colouring, puzzles, crafts and more…..

OVER THE WEEKEND P.E.A.C.E Letters

The Peace letters return this year and the Leamington Art in the Park team will be running the painting activity. Head over and visit them and get involved!

Kate’s Storytree

For younger children – don’t forget to visit the incredible Kate’s storytree! There will be lots of free activities for children in the tent near to the Pump Rooms throughout Saturday & Sunday. Please note that children need to be accompanied at all times, you will always be welcome to join in with the activities. 34


CHILDREN’s ENTERTAINMENT SUNDAY 11:30 Activity Time to 12:00

Come and join us at the kids tent and do some colouring, puzzles, crafts and more…..

12:30 Sylvesta the Jester to 13:00

Join Sylvesta for a 2nd day of fun at the Kids Performance area. He brings his fun collection of songs, comedy, stories and comedy. For more information please see the previous page.

13:30 Little Boot Books to 15:30

Little Boot Books produce picture books and audio books for young readers, and will be reading their debut book Mandy and Mitch and the Big Brave Boots. Enjoy an interactive workshop exploring emotions such as worry and anxiety and mindfulness.

15:45 Sylvesta the Jester to 16:15

Sylvesta the Jester is back! See above for more information.

16:45 Activity Time to 17:30

Come and join us at the kids tent and do some colouring, puzzles, crafts and more…..

KATE’s STORY TREE Kate's Storytree at Leamington Peace Festival The Storytree is a special place where people come together to share stories. Join Kate as she shares stories, then stay and play using toys and props to create your own tales and make and create books using craft materials. Open to everyone, so just drop-in between 11am and 6pm throughout the weekend for storytelling, making and playing.

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Sun Rising Natural Burial Ground Near Lower Tysoe, South Warwickshire

The ethical choice:

a truly green funeral in a place of deep peace. Working closely with families, we provide a personal and caring service for the burial of coffins and cremated remains, in growing woodland and wildflower meadow. This beautiful quiet site is carefully managed, creating a nature reserve as a lasting memorial for future generations. For those of any faith and none.

Nature Reserve Burial Grounds Ltd

01295 688488

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Peace Talks RIVERSIDE STAGE

SAT & SUN Every year we ask artists, campaign and charity groups to give a short talk between acts at diferent stages around the festival. At the heart of the festival ethos is our conviction that we all have the power to makethe world a more peaceful and respectful place. There are many ways to do this; we hope that by listening to the speakers this weekend, visiting the campaigning stalls, participating in the workshops, everyone will find something that empowers and inspires them to actively work towards this. Even if you’ve never thought of yourself as an activist, just listen and you’ll be surprised how much impact just one small act can have. Timings are approximate - see the blackboard for exact timings. Additional speakers and all timings will be shown on blackboards around the site.

SATURDAY 11:40 Justice for Palestinians: Shameful adversaries 11:40 Eyes of Gaia: Indigenous Wisdom 13:30 Warwick District United Nations Association: United Nations in the 21st Century 14:25 South Warwickshire Keep Our NHS Public: Raising awareness of cuts to health and social care 15:40 SGI UK: SGI-UK Nichiren Buddhism 16:35 Leamington Peace Festival Committee: A message from the organisors

SunDAY 11:40 Leamington Peace Festival Committee: A message from the organisors 12:35 Justice and Peace at St. Peter’s: Peace at St. Peter’s Church 13:30 Otra Cosa Network: Migrants in Leamington 14:10 Baha’is of Leamington: World peace is possible 15:10 Ahmadiyya Muslim Association: Is Islam a religion of peace? 16:15 Amnesty International Mid-Warks: Human rights 37


STALLS Alphabetical

9 Unicorns Crystals

A

Action 21 Ahmadiyya Muslim Association AM Gifts Amazonia Amdo Ami Amnesty Inernational (Mid Warks) Artezania Art in the Park & Warwickshire Open Studios

B

Baha’is of Leamington Spa Bali Stars Bliss Bourgeois Bohemian Trading BoxFood Caribbean Street Food Brackencraft Brighter Futures For All Buddha Belly Buddha Boutique by Yogamasti Buwan Kothi International (BKIT)

C

Cake Magic by Inderjit Callie Psychic Consultant Canalside Community Food Cats Protection (Mid Warks Branch) Cats Whiskers Vintage Centre for Lifelong Learning (Warks Uni) ChangeKitchen CIC Churches Together in Leamington Churros Susanna Collin’s World of Coffee Community Energy Warwickshire Compassion in World Farming Cotton Nappy Company Coventry Earth Spirit Craft Fashions Curlicue Cycleways

D

Daphne’s Coffee Shop Delly’s Gems Devi Shah Healing Centre Dragonfly Totnes Dumpling King

E

Equality & Inclusion Partnership (EQuIP) Equality Ethical Trading Exclusive Desigs by Liz

F

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Fadi Eirout Fairsilver Fairy Fun Flip Juggling / Chameleon Follow The River Fresh Rootz Friends of Foundry Wood Fusion Eastern Style

C36 A35 A04 B40 A52 A17 A26 A21 C31

G

Global Fusion Vegan Creole Global Justice Now Goodness Gracious Healthy Foods

H

B20 A16 A20 C13 A09 A32 B63 B16 A22 B35

Happy Crepes Helping Hands Community Project Hillbilly’s Grill Shack Hindhu Hooper Hoops

I

Ice Dreams ILEAP Charity’s Marketability INCAS Indian Temple

B36 B07 A47 C32 B30 A40 B17 B41 A19 B58 B55 C06 A45 C37 C26 B57 C38

J

Jepun Jiva Fair Trading Jubilee Leamington Julia’s Kitchen Justice for Palestinians

K

Karma Gear Kenilworth Chiropractic Clinic KuBZ

L

Lawrence Storey League of Friends L’Spa Hospital Leamington Neighbourhood Plan Leamonheads Life and Sole Lovelights Emporium LWS Night Shelter

B65 B27 B13 A12 B66 C02 A37 B39

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A-L A36 A33 C09 B32 C03 A11 B62 C01 C18 A50 C19 A08 B51 A29 A07 C42 B31 A43 B38 B26 C04 B46 B10 A02 B42 A05 B06 C15 B47 A34 C30 B44 B24 A18 B43


STALLS Alphabetical

M

Made of Music (Global) ltd Made with Love Madina Clothing Marie Curie Me and You Medusa Melody-Claire

N

N.E. Imports [Asia] Naughty Monsters Nick Hooper Design and Print Niki Guy No Eye Deer Noyami Clothing

O

OMishka One World Clothing One World Link Orchid Trading

P

P3 Park Street Chiropractic Clinic – Saturday Leamington Chiropractic Clinic - Sunday Platinum Pancakes Pura Vida

Q

Queen of Camellias

R

RascalRuby Royal Shakespeare Company RSPB Rumpadillo

Sweet As Sylvia Sews

A31 B52 B48 A48 B56 B29 C12

B54 B22

T Tamrakar Trading Taste of Spice Thai Style Thai Food The Air Ambulance Service The Electric Lemon The Jabberwocky The Middle Feast The Mission SDA Church, Leamington Spa The Myton Hospices The Purple Market The Sikh Cultural & Sports CC The Survivors Trust The Warwickshire Chilli Tree Theresa Galanides Handmade Jewellery Tipis of Stratford/Little Bird Soaps Touching the Void Tweedy Clothing & NakedEdge Life

A01 C10 A03 A53 A42 B33 B09 B45 B34 A15

V

Vale Studio

C05 B08 B08 B15 C20

W

WAPPA Warwick and Leamington Beekeepers Warwick District Faiths Forum Warwick District Poverty Watch Warwick District United Nations Assoc’ Warwick Quakers Warwickshire Amphibian & Reptile Team Warwickshire Badger Group Warwkshr’ Child Sexual Exploitation Team Warwickshire Pride Warwickshire Wildlife Trust WCAVA Wonders of Wood Ltd. Working with Villages in Palestine

C17 C22 A51 C34 C11

S Sahaja Yoga Sara's Parlour Face Painting Sareena Henna Art Save The Pixies Shah-Dhillon Henna Designs Shahloutrading Shepherd's Ice Cream Simply Natural Sokka Gakkai International Soroptimist International (Kenilworth) South Warwickshire Keep our NHS Public Springfield Mind Starchild Swan Tai Chi

M-z

B11 C14 B19 C28 B53 A14 B18 B23 B50 B05 C21 B64 B25 B12

Y

Yumlaut Yvonne's Bits and Pieces

Tents

Campaigner’s Tent Kid’s Tent Workshop Tent

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A41 B14 C23 B02 A23 A10 A06 A25 B37 B28 A28 B03 C16 C29 C08 A13 A44 A30 A46 C33 A39 B04 A24 A38 C35 C41 C24 A27 C40 A49 C27 B49 C25 B21 B01 C07 C14


DONATiONs HELPING LOCALLY WARWICK DISTRICT FOOD BANK

This year we are running a donation point for the local foodbank at the information caravan. Here, you can drop off spare food, toiletries or household products. The Food Bank iss a great way to help the local cmmunity. People’s circumstances can change at any time. Nobody should have to face going hungry. All donations are gratefully received. Do you have any of the following items you can spare? Food Biscuits Breakfast cereals Coffee Long Life Fruit Juice Long Life Milk Noodles Packet Sauces Packet Snacks Pasta Pasta Sauce Rice Soup Tea Tinned Beans Tinned Fish Tinned Fruit Tinned Meat Tinned Rice Pudding Tinned Tomatoes Tinned Vegetables

Toiletries Deoderants Feminine Hygiene Items Shampoo Shaving Foam Showergel or soaps Toothbrushes Tooth Paste

Household Products Blankets Detergent Washing Powder

Looking to donate after the Peace Festival? Check out the website for donation locations or to find out more about their work and how you can help or request help: info@warwickdistrict.foodbank.org.uk www.warwickdistrictfoodbank.org.uk www.facebook.com/warwickdistrictfoodbank 40


Bridge AREA Performances Local Talented Performance Every year the Bridge Performance Area plays host to wonderful and wide range of local talent. Performances this year will include: • Belly Dancing • and more music!

• Bollywood Bhangra • Capoeira • Street Dancing

Visit the Bridge Performance area from approximately 12-2pm each day to discover more. For a more detailed schedule, please visit the information point on the day.

VOLUNTEER WITH US We need your help! The festival is run entirely by volunteers. From committee members who help organise the weekend, to volunteers who help on the day. If you would like to help us to bring this event to life in 2018 email us at volunteers@peacefestival.org.uk 41


200 years ago the birth of a child

was the beginning of the

answer

to the problems of the

world

That child was Bahá’u’lláh - the Glory of God The Bahá’í Faith “uniting the world one heart at a time”. www.bahai.org.uk www.southwarwickshirebahais.org.uk e-mail: cswarksbahais@gmail.com

Stall No B20


Free Spine and Posture Checks!

We’re here all weekend checking spines, joints and muscles. Come Sciatica and have a chat with us and Back Pain get a FREE opinion! Trapped Nerves Neck pain

Stall No B08

We also Headache and have our migraine massage therapists here ready and Sports injuries waiting to help you with your aches and pains, or to just relax you! Only ÂŁ5 for 10 minutes!


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Royal Leamington Spa

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Stall No C31

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