MUSICFESTâ€™18 + 30 EVENTS & EXHIBITIONS
VOYAGES OF DISCOVERY
28-30 SEPT 2018
Welcome to this year’s Royston Arts Festival, brought to you by Creative Royston! We have a jam-packed programme of exciting creative events for you to enjoy. Once again we bring you a fun-filled Community Arts Event in Priory Memorial Gardens that promises to offer new creative adventures for all to try, and toe-tapping entertainment. Plus we’re taking the film festival on tour! The programme cover is the result of almost 300 local students, aged between 4 and 14, entering a competition on the festival theme, “Voyages of Discovery”. Entries covered sea and space exploration, travel, nature, human bodies and imagination. Local artist byLeigh used 20 of the entries to create the final piece. Find out more about the story behind the art during a special exhibition in Royston Library from 5th to 30th September, culminating in a charity auction of the work during the Royston Arts Society Autumn Exhibition in the Town Hall, in aid of Heathlands Animal Sanctuary. The festival theme - “Voyages of Discovery” - can be seen through workshops and performances as well as exhibitions from local students at Royston and District Museum, and from artists and photographers across Royston and beyond, at the Town Hall, Methodist Church, Curwens, Sycamore House and Royston Library. Other highlights include Cracked Voices (page 7), Bell Ringing in the Parish Church (page 9), the CADS production of Ghost Writer (page 8) and Find Your Voice Singing Workshop (page 10). The Creative Royston committee have been hard at work planning four key events to liven up the town centre, not only over festival weekend. On Sunday 23rd September, Royston MusicFest’18 (page 6) will get a little bigger with mini concerts throughout the afternoon in various venues, plus a gala concert at The Old Bull Inn. Follow the latest updates on www.RoystonMusicFest.uk. On Saturday 29th Priory Memorial Gardens will host the Community Arts Event from 1pm to 4pm, with stories, dance, music, craft and much more (page 11). Later the same day, join us for and evening with author, radio host and musician Andrew Mueller at Royston Library (page 12) - you can also meet the winners of our Creative Writing Competition, supported by Royston Rotary Club and David’s Bookshop. Then on Sunday evening the festival will draw to a close with the Finale Concert at the Parish Church, where the rafters will be raised by local musicians from Royston Schools Academy Trust, local choral groups and Royston Town Band, along with special guests (page 13). If you can’t wait until 28th-30th September to #getcreative, then join us for the Voyages Film Festival, in association with Herts and Beds Cinema Club, taking place between the 20th and the 27th September at three venues near Royston (pages 5 and 7). I do hope you’ll make a weekend of it and join in with a range of events. And while you’re enjoying them, do share your thoughts and photos via our Facebook and Twitter feeds using the hashtag #RoystonArtsFest2018.
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Cover art by Stacey Leigh Ross and 20 Royston kids
F E S T I VA L D I A RY THU 13
Facing Rob Roy Exhibition (until Sat 6 Oct)
Facing Rob Roy Talk
Film: Voyages of the Southern Sun (U)
Voyages of Discovery in Textiles, Photography and Print Blue Skies Big Band
Voyages of Discovery in Textiles, Photography and Print Royston MusicFest â€˜18
Film: Hidden Figures (PG)
Cracked Voices Film: 8 Mile (15)
Art Exhibition Toddler Tales CADS Presents: Ghost Writer by David Tristram Inquisitive Minds with Brushes Autumn Art Exhibition
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Voyages of Discovery in Textiles, Photography and Print Autumn Art Exhibition CADS Presents: Ghost Writer by David Tristram The Royston Fringe Exhibition and Junior Artist Competition Bell Ringing Demonstration Voyages of Discovery Craft Activities Middle Schools Art Exhibition (until Sat 6 Oct) Brass Roots Coffee Morning Photographic Exhibition: Voyages of Discovery Finding Your Voice Workshop Discovery Royston Cave Dumisa Rumbidza Praise Community Arts Event in Priory Memorial Gardens From Backstage to Frontline: An Evening with Andrew Mueller
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Autumn Art Exhibition The Royston Fringe Exhibition and Junior Artist Competition Photographic Exhibition: Voyages of Discovery Royston Cave Tours MusicFest Extra Jazz in the Afternoon with Caxton Swing Festival Finale Concert
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EVENTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
St Johns Parish Church - SG8 9LG Priory Memorial Gardens - SG8 9LG Royston Library - SG8 9JN Market Hill Rooms - SG8 9JR Methodist Church - SG8 7AU Royston and District Museum - SG8 5AL Curwens Gallery - SG8 9AA Royston Cave - SG8 7BZ Sycamore House - SG8 5AQ Meridian School - SG8 7JH Town Hall - SG8 7DA
1 Old Courthouse - SG8 9XT 2 Banyers Hotel - SG8 7BZ 3 Gin Palace - SG8 5AB 4 The Old Bull Inn - SG8 9AW 5 The Green Man - SG8 9JU 6 Jolly Postie - SG8 5AY 7 Conservative Club - SG8 5AA 8 Royston Golf Club - SG8 5BG
I N F O R M A T I O N Tickets and booking Some events and workshops require you to book in advance. Please see the individual listing for details of where to book tickets or a workshop place. There is no booking fee for Creative Royston-managed events.
Disclaimer Details and times are correct at the time of going to print, but are subject to change. Check CreativeRoyston.org for updates. The Creative Royston Management Committee accepts no liability for loss, damage or injury sustained by any member of the public visiting any venue participating in the festival events listed in this programme. It is the artistsâ€™ own responsibility to have public liability cover. We may take photographs and/or video for publicity purposes. All persons attending the festival events will be deemed to have consented to being recorded in this way and for their images to be used in this way. If you do not want your image used in this way please inform the event staff. Visiting adults are responsible for the supervision of any children in their care. Where possible we have included guidance on accessibility for each event. However where this is not clear, please contact the venue or event organiser directly. We have a no-refunds policy. Full terms and conditions at CreativeRoyston.org.
Voyages Film Festival In association with Herts and Beds Cinema Club and Creative Royston
Voyages of the Southern Sun (U)
@ Fowlmere Village Hall - Thurs 20th, doors 7pm, film 7:30pm
Hidden Figures (PG)
@ Barley Townhouse - Mon 24th, doors 7pm, film 7:30pm
8 Mile (15)
@ Steeple Morden Village Hall - Thurs 27th, doors 7pm, film 7:30pm
All tickets ÂŁ5 from www.ticketsource.co.uk/creativeroyston
THURSDAY 13 Facing Rob Roy Exhibition (until Sat 6 October)
Graham Palmer Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the publication of Walter Scott’s novel Rob Roy, this one-off exhibition explores the changing faces of Scotland’s Robin Hood, from Macready to Liam Neeson, Barcelona to Broadway. Exhibits explore the constant recreation of the Scottish folk hero. www.grahampalmer.co.uk Ramp access at front entrance. No step-free access to upper level Details: 10am-4:45pm, Royston and District Museum (#6). www.roystonmuseum.org.uk
SATURDAY 15 Facing Rob Roy Talk
Graham Palmer Complements the exhibition running at the museum from 13th (see above). Ramp access at front entrance. No step-free access to upper level Details: 11am, Royston and District Museum (#6). www.roystonmuseum.org.uk
THURSDAY 20 Film: Voyages of the Southern Sun (U) Voyages Film Festival in association with Herts and Beds Cinema Club Cinema owner and amateur pilot Michael Smith discovered the delights and perils of true adventure in a solo circumnavigation in his tiny amphibious flying boat, Southern Sun. This is only the fifth time his film has been shown in public in the UK. The screening will be followed by a guest speaker. Wheelchair access via main entrance Details: Doors 7pm, film 7.30pm, Fowlmere Village Hall. Tickets: £5 from www.ticketsource.co.uk/creativeroyston
SATURDAY 22 Voyages of Discovery (also Sun 23, Sat 29, Sun 30)
Terry Hartga, Sue Hartga and Marian Murphy An exhibition of textiles, photographic and print images making apparently ordinary objects and artefacts suddenly less ordinary! Ground floor access for wheelchairs only Details: Sat: 10am-4pm, Sun: 11am-4pm, Sycamore House, 43 Kneesworth St (#9).
Blue Skies Big Band The Royston Fringe in association with the Rotary Club of Royston, supporting the Garden House Hospice A nostalgic evening of jazz standards. We welcome back this 15-piece band with two vocalists who will capture the golden era of jazz from the 1920s and onwards in an evening of fun, swing and foot-tapping! Wheelchair access, disabled toilet and loop system available Details: 7:30pm, Methodist Church (#5). www.royston-methodist.org.uk Tickets: £10 from Howard 01763 209089 or Brian 01763 241066
SUNDAY 23 Voyages of Discovery (see opposite) Royston MusicFest ’18
Creative Royston, supported by Brian Leslie Racher Trust The third Royston MusicFest has moved! To accommodate more music this year we’ve scheduled it the weekend before the main Arts Festival. The afternoon of FREE music will begin around 12.30pm and culminate in a free gala concert at The Old Bull Inn starting at 7pm. As well as some old favourites, we’ve got lots of new music coming your way. Full details can be found in the MusicFest programme, and an up-to-the-minute schedule, plus links to music, can be found at www.roystonmusicfest.uk. Or just follow your ears and come and hear for yourself! Artists confirmed at time of going to print: 3folk À Fin Beth Hedges Black Scarr Boxwood Chessmen Chris Brimley & Paul Anderson Cambridge & Walker Crilly & Camburn Crilly, Hilder & Brown Peter Crossley Kelvin Davies Bernard Hoskins Kaszak & Afifi Kelly & Woolley Sheri Kershaw Band The Larks John Meed Pass The Buch Red Velvet Sky West Bill Tarran Thursday’s Band Wheelchair access and disabled toilet arrangements vary - see MusicFest programme and website Details: 12:30pm-5:30pm. Gala Concert 7pm Locations: See venue map (page 3). Banyers House (#2), Gin Palace (#3), Conservative Club (#7), Royston Golf Club (#8), Green Man (#5), Jolly Postie (#6), Old Bull Inn (#4), Old Courthouse (#1).
MONDAY 24 Film: Hidden Figures (PG) Voyages Film Festival in association with Herts and Beds Cinema Club The story of a team of female African-American mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the U.S. space program. After the screening a speaker from Airbus Space will talk about the role local women are playing in space exploration today. No wheelchair access Details: Doors 7pm, film 7.30pm, Barley Townhouse. Tickets: £5 from www.ticketsource.co.uk/creativeroyston
THURSDAY 27 Cracked Voices Cracked Voices, supported by the Arts Council of England and the PRS Foundation. Proceeds to the MindED Trust Classical songs from Jenni Pinnock (composer) and Graham Palmer (writer) giving voice to forgotten characters, from Servandus waiting on his lost Celtic goddess at Ashwell to the POWs celebrating Hitler’s birthday on Therfield Heath. Featuring the premiere of Meridian School’s ‘Cracked Objects’, songs created by students based on objects from Royston Museum. Professional performers: Miles Horner - Baritone; Donna Lennard - Soprano; Sue Pettitt - Clarinet; Ralph Woodward – Piano. Wheelchair access, disabled toilet and loop system available Details: 7:30pm, Methodist Church (#5). www.royston-methodist.org.uk Tickets: £8 adult, £5 child from www.cracked-voices.co.uk/tickets or 01763 243815.
Film: 8 Mile (15) Voyages Film Festival in association with Herts and Beds Cinema Club A struggling young rapper wants to make it big. Starring Eminem and partly based on his real life. After the screening the rapper Blade, born in Iran and raised in Britain, will talk about his journey through life and hip-hop, including his experiences touring with Eminem. Throughout the event, graffiti artist Gnasher will be painting a new work live. Wheelchair access and disabled toilets Details: Doors 7pm, film 7.30pm, Steeple Morden Village Hall. Tickets: £5 from www.ticketsource.co.uk/creativeroyston
FRIDAY 28 Art Exhibition (also Saturday)
Curwens Art Gallery Featuring local artists Sylvia Jordan, Susan Levy and Tracey Stressing. Curwens is also supporting the first RAS Young Artist Awards 2018, providing the winner with a two-month solo exhibition in January 2019. www.curwens.co.uk Wheelchair access with assistance Details: Sat: 9am-5pm, Sun: 2pm-4pm, Curwens Solicitors & Art Gallery (#7).
Hertfordshire Libraries Bring your under-fives along to enjoy a “Voyages of Discovery” themed story session, then encourage them to put their own ideas on paper! Crayons and templates provided. Wheelchair access and disabled parking bays nearby. Hearing loop Details: 2:05pm-22:35pm, Royston Library (#3). www.hertsdirect.org/libraries
CADS Presents: Ghost Writer by David Tristram (also Saturday) Corvus Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS) Black comedy about Edward, playwright and widower of tempestuous actress Ruby, tragically found dead after an end-of-show party... On the first anniversary of the death, a ghostly visitor forces Edward to reunite some of the partygoers in an attempt to find out whodunit. Not suitable for children. www.cadsroyston.org.uk Details: 7.30pm, Meridian School (#10). Tickets: £8, from www.cadsroyston.org.uk or CADS Box Office on 07925674967
Inquisitive Minds with Brushes The Royston Fringe A talk by Henrietta Ward, the assistant keeper of paintings, drawings and prints at the Fitzwilliam Museum. Artists have long been fascinated with depicting the natural world. This richly illustrated talk will show how these artists stood at the forefront of scientific discoveries, travelling near and far to capture the world’s flora and fauna. Wheelchair access, disabled toilet and loop system available Details: 7:30pm, Methodist Church (#5). www.royston-methodist.org.uk Tickets: £10 from Sue on 01763 243815 or www.ticketsource.co.uk/rmc
Autumn Art Exhibition (preview - open Saturday, Sunday)
Royston Arts Society The biggest, most diverse art exhibition in Royston’s creative calendar just got better! Award-winning youth art from our first ever Young RAS event, 400+ pieces by amateur and professional RAS artists, and bid on the painting behind the Festival’s programme cover. All local art. All affordable prices! www.roystonartsoc.org.uk Ramp access and wheelchair access. Disabled toilet Details: Preview: 8pm-10pm, Royston Town Hall (#11). Sat, Sun: 10am-5pm.
SATURDAY 29 Voyages of Discovery (see page 5, until Sunday) Autumn Art Exhibition (see page 8, until Sunday) CADS Presents: Ghost Writer by David Tristram (see page 8) The Royston Fringe Exhibition & Junior Artist Competition (until Sun)
The Royston Fringe This exhibition is open to anyone who would like to enter their own original artwork and see it displayed in the gallery. On display will be works of art in various media including paintings, photographs and models. The Junior Artist competition is open to all children and students up to and including 16-year-olds on the theme of “Voyages of Discovery”. Prizes will be presented to winners on Sunday 30th September at 4:45pm. Entries must be delivered to the Methodist Church hall on Friday 28, between 8am and 10am, and all pictures must be collected from the hall on Sunday 30 between 5pm and 6pm. Further details and entry forms: www.royston-methodist.org.uk Wheelchair access, disabled toilet and loop system available Details: Sat: 10am-5pm, Sun: 11am-5pm, Methodist Church (#5). Catalogues 50p.
Bell Ringing Demonstration
Royston Bell Ringers The Royston bell tower will open up to demonstrate the ancient art of bell ringing. Every 30 minutes there will be a talk about the bells, a ringing demonstration and the opportunity to have a go. Ages 8 to 80 (under-eights need to be supervised at all times). No wheelchair access and approximately 20 steps up to Bell Tower. Confined space Details: 10am-1pm, St John’s Parish Church (#1).
Voyages of Discovery Craft Activities Royston and District Museum Craft activities linked to the Museum’s collections (4 to 10 years, but all welcome). Ramp access at front entrance. No step-free access to upper level Details: 10am-12pm, Royston And District Museum (#6). www.roystonmuseum.org.uk Tickets: £3 (no need to book in advance)
Middle Schools Art Exhibition (until Sat 6 October)
Royston and District Museum See brilliant artwork by pupils from Roysia and Greneway Schools. Ramp access at front entrance. No step-free access to upper level Details: 10am-5pm, Royston And District Museum (#6). www.roystonmuseum.org.uk
Brass Roots Coffee Morning
Royston Town Band Royston Town Band is exploring its 150-year history with its Brass Roots project. Come along and share your stories about the band. Bring along your photos and press cuttings and find out how to get more involved! www.roystontownband.org.uk Wheelchair access to church. No disabled toilet Details: 10am-12pm, St John’s Parish Church (#1).
Photographic Exhibition - Voyages of Discovery (until Sunday)
Royston Photographic Society Look at life through the lens – there is something for everyone from amazing travel destinations to remarkable wildlife and much more, where members of Royston Photographic Society have used their creativity and skill to produce an eye-catching and professional display of photographs. www.roystonphotographicsociety.co.uk Ramp access and wheelchair access. Lift to Hardwicke Hall Details: Sat: 10:30am-5:30pm, Sun: 10:30am-5pm, Royston Town Hall (#11, upstairs).
Find Your Voice Singing Workshop
Ladyblue Music Everyone has the potential to sing! Professional vocalist, singing teacher and the leader of the Royston Roses Choir, Kerry Jo Hodgkin, will help you start making the most of the vocal instrument you already have and discover the joys of group singing. A free (but ticketed www.ticketsource.co.uk/creativeroyston), fun, interactive workshop for adults of all ages and abilities. www.kerryjohodgkin.com Wheelchair access Details: 2pm-6pm (including break), Market Hill Rooms (#4)
Discover Royston Cave (until Sunday) Royston & District Local History Society Royston Cave is beehive-shaped and cut into the chalk beneath the town. Much of its surface is adorned with medieval-style carvings depicting religious scenes. The Cave lay concealed until 1742 when it was rediscovered by accident, since which time people have been trying to solve the mystery of the Cave’s origin and purpose. No wheelchair or pushchair access. No step free access. The Cave can be slippery underfoot. Visitors are advised to take care, use the handrail and wear appropriate footwear. No pets allowed except for registered assistance dogs. No unaccompanied children Details: Tours at 2pm, 2:40pm, 3:20pm, 4pm, Royston Cave (#8). www.roystoncave.co.uk Tickets: £5 adult (16+), £2 senior (60+) and child. At door on day only. Cash only.
Dumisa Rumbidza Praise
The Royston Fringe Formed in 2016, this Christian musical group comprising members of the Methodist Church in Zimbabwe UK Fellowship, encourages singing and rejoicing as an emotionallydriven way to connect with God. DRP perform using Zimbabwean musical instruments. Wheelchair access, disabled toilet and loop system available Details: 2:30pm, Methodist Church (#5). www.royston-methodist.org.uk
Community Arts Event in Priory Memorial Gardens
Creative Royston Join our community arts event where we will celebrate music, art, dance and craft, offering you the opportunity to try something new! Try your hand at music making with Royston Town Band, create some beautiful sgraffito coasters with Glazed Creations, or get your body moving in our special dance classes for the young and young-at-heart with DanceMatters and BEEE Creative. Or simply come and enjoy the musical and dance entertainment, bouncy castles, free face painting and henna tattoos, refreshments from around the world and art display by Paul Human.
1pm: Royston Town Development Band on the Band Stand
We might be beginners but we love to perform! Bring your picnic rug, a few drinks and enjoy a varied programme from a talented bunch of local musicians.
Enjoy performances in the arena and around the site from Crystalites Majorettes, Gog Magog Molly Dancers and a very special First Schools Showcase, including students from Barkway, Barley, Icknield Walk, Reed, Roman Way, Studlands Rise, Tannery Drift and Therfield.
Workshops and Shows: 1pm-4pm: Ancient Dance, Stories and Music performed by TaBard free
30 minute sessions. Dance, stories and music for all ages by returning favourite master storyteller, Dave Tonge, the Yarnsmith of Norwich, and his Minstrel Extraordinaire, Trevor James.
1pm-4pm: sgraffito coaster project with Glazed Creations
Come create your own masterpieces on coasters and learn a fun new technique in the process, sgraffito! Once you’ve covered your colourful tile with a dark colour, simply scratch back the dark paint to discover interesting patterns and colours underneath. All ages welcome. £2 per coaster, £6 for three.
1pm-4pm: Eco crafting and Discovery Wall free
Dive into a pile of boxes and get creating. We’ll have everything you need to build a ship/car/rocket/ anything you like to take you on your very own voyage of discovery. Or simply pop along and write or draw something about your own discoveries and add it to our Discovery Wall.
1:30pm–4pm: Dance Tent with DanceMatters and BEEE Creative free
A series of workshops to get you moving, for the under-fives (1.30pm and 2.40pm) and the over-50s (2pm and 3.10pm). Don’t let the label fool you, though: while the over-50s session has been created to help the older generation get moving, all are welcome to give it a go!
1:45pm–3pm: Give Brass a Go with Royston Town Band free
Always wanted to try playing a brass instrument? Visit us to learn a few brass-playing basics and have a blow on a selection of brass-band instruments. You might be a natural!
Wheelchair access Details: 1pm-4pm, Priory Memorial Gardens (#2). No booking required.
From Backstage to Frontline: An Evening with Andrew Mueller Creative Royston in conjunction with Hertfordshire Libraries Writer, radio host and musician Andrew Mueller developed a taste for travel while covering rock bands on tour for Melody Maker in the 1990s. He has spent most of the last few decades visiting strange places, war zones and trouble spots, meeting interesting people and finding out what makes them tick. He will discuss his life and work in conversation with local journalist Angus Batey. www.andrewmueller.net Wheelchair access and disabled parking bays nearby. Hearing loop Details: 7pm for 7:30pm, Royston Library (#3). www.hertsdirect.org/libraries Tickets: £5 from www.ticketsource.co.uk/creativeroyston, Royston Library or Stationery Cupboard
SUNDAY 30 Autumn Art Exhibition (see page 7) The Royston Fringe Exhibition (see page 7) Photographic Exhibition (see page 8) Royston Cave Tours (see page 8) MusicFest Extra
Creative Royston, supported by Brian Leslie Racher Trust More FREE music to enjoy. The perfect tonic if you’re suffering withdrawal symptoms after our busy MusicFest the previous Sunday. Up-to-the-minute details can be found in the MusicFest programme and links to music can be found at www.roystonmusicfest.uk Wheelchair access and disabled toilet arrangements vary Details: 1pm-5pm, (MusicFest venues page 3) Banyers House (#2), Old Courthouse (#1)
Jazz in the Afternoon with Caxton Swing The Royston Fringe For nearly 20 years Caxton Swing, with vocalist Louise Hobbs, have been playing jazz from the 1930s to the 1950s and beyond. The band regularly perform in and around Cambridgeshire, playing at dances, concerts and parties. Wheelchair access, disabled toilet and loop system available Details: 2:30pm-4:30pm, Methodist Church (#5). www.royston-methodist.org.uk Tickets: £7 from Sue on 01763 243815 or www.ticketsource.co.uk/rmc
Festival Finale Concert Creative Royston The sublime musical talents of Royston Town Band, Royston Choral Society, Royston Youth Choir and local schools are showcased in the magnificent acoustics of St John’s Parish Church. This year we are privileged to be joined by Großalmerode Musiczug and musicians from our twin towns in France and Spain in an exciting celebration of our theme, Voyages of Discovery. Wheelchair access to church. No disabled toilet Details: 7pm (door open at 6:45pm), St John’s Parish Church (#1). Tickets £8 (£6 before 1 Sept) from www.ticketsource.co.uk/creativeroyston or Stationery Cupboard.
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Kara, 11, GRENEWAY Planets in some undiscovered universe
Aidan, 13, ROYSIA Let’s explore the universe
Kara, 11, GRENEWAY Planets in some undiscovered universe
Kara, 11, GRENEWAY Flying saucers travel the universe
Kirsten, 9, ST MARY’S Compass
Leon, 11, ROYSIA Mankind’s Voyage from Caveman to Spaceman
Cameron, 12, GRENEWAY Voyage into the mind
Ella, 12, ROYSIA Exploring new people and different cultures
Lily, 12, ROYSIA Aeroplane voyage
Isabella, 6, TANNERY Even insect explore, voyage and discover
Halle, 12, ROYSIA There is no end of discovery inside your imagintion. Get creative to let it out
Kayley, 7, TANNERY What if we could climb a ladder and discover a rainbow?
Alicia, 9, TANNERY Colourful skies
Lily, 12, ROYSIA Aeroplane voyage
Evan, 6, ICKNIELD Marbled paper
Isabella, 6, TANNERY Even insect explore, voyage and discover
Grace, 10, GRENEWAY Landmarks from around the world
Freya, 7, TANNERY Explore the senses: feel and touch
Frankie, 9, ICKNIELD Voyage of getting older, the journey of life
Abby, 11, ROYSIA Hidden passage on a desert island Florence, 8, TANNERY Trying new things like wall climbing
Lily, 12, ROYSIA “Have courage in Life” suitcase Ella, 12, ROYSIA Exploring new people and different cultures
Florence, 8, TANNERY Trying new things: learning to ride a bicycle
Henry, 6, TANNERY Sail the seas. Discover new patterns Izzy, 11, GRENEWAY Ship on a voyage
Kara, 11, GRENEWAY Dashboard of an alien spaceship Alicia, 9, TANNERY Lone sailor on the seas
Florence, 8, TANNERY Trying new things: learning to swim
Halle, 12, ROYSIA There is no end of discovery inside your imagintion
Lily, 9, ICKNIELD The Oomphs - what if we discovered a whole village of little people? Kirsten, 9, ST MARY’S Explorers leaving footprints
Thank you to our partners and sponsors:
Brian Leslie Racher Trust
Special Thanks The Royston Arts Festival would not have been possible without the hard work of many local people and organisations. We would particularly like to thank: Terry and Sue Hartga for photographing the festival events. Emma and Joe Daintrey for their PA and MC skills. Simon Mortimer for his film knowledge and time setting up the Voyages Film Festival. Staff and Students from Roystonâ€™s First, Middle and Upper Schools, Stacey Leigh-Ross for the cover art. Matt Bowmer and The Listing Team for their work on this programme. Royston Town Council for use of their Meeting Room. Thanks to our Creative Writing Competition judges: Angus Batey, Cath Boughton, Dawn Cartwright, Nick Gill, Susan Maylor, Belle Wood. Last, but not least, all the volunteers who give their time to help us run the events during, and in the lead-up to, the festival.
Voluntary committee: Angus Batey, Sarah Dingley, Carl Filby, Kirsten Grimmer (Chairperson), Susan Maylor, Pamela Morton, Jenni North, Phil Oddy.
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