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CONTENTS FRIDAY P06 SATURDAY P11 SUNDAY P18 MAKE THE LIGHT STAGE P24 CRAFT VILLAGE P25 FOOD & DRINK P26 OUR TOWN P28 FESTIVAL MAP P30 TIMETABLES P34 FAMILY FUN P42 WORKSHOPS P46 BONNIE BAIRNS AREA P50 LOCAL AMENITIES & P51 USEFUL NUMBERS FAMILY FUN TIMETABLES P52

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MAGIC NUMBER! WELCOME TO THE THIRD UNDERNEATH THE STARS FESTIVAL. WE HOPE YOU HAVE A UNIQUE AND UNFORGETTABLE WEEKEND AT OUR CELEBRATION OF MUSIC, ARTS AND CULTURE IN THIS BEAUTIFUL CORNER OF YORKSHIRE.

During the busy weekend we, the festival directors, don’t always get chance to personally thank the whole incredible team who make Underneath the Stars Festival such a joyous event. So right here we would like to say a super-massive galactic thanks to all the volunteers, site builders and decorators, backstage crew, on-stage crew, bar staff, campsite team, medical staff, security detail, Concert MCs, toilet and shower crew, Silkstone scout group, family events and workshop team, Cawthorne Church tea ladies, Campsite possé and everyone else who gives us a helping hand - you are all amazing and we are eternally grateful, we are very aware an event of this type would never be possible without your dedication. This year’s line-up has, as always, been influenced by our personal travels and travails throughout our time on tours, gigs, and other festivals over the years and we are humbled that such an amazing bunch of performers agree to join us from around the world (and also from just down the road in Dodworth) to dazzle and astound us this weekend.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the local communities of Cawthorne and High Hoyland for their understanding and patience. We appreciate it can be an inconvenience to have a weekend festival event happen on your doorstep and we aim to minimise any potential disruption. So we ask all our festival revellers to please be mindful of our surroundings and consider how lucky we are to have Underneath the Stars in this special location. Thanks once again to the gracious Nicholson family, for allowing us to mob their beautiful fields and to evict their charming sheep from said fields. Cannon Hall Open Farm is a fantastic family business and a huge inspiration to us, do go and take advantage of your half price entry to the farm with your weekend festival ticket or failing that grab a very tasty bacon sarnie and a cup of tea in their cafe in the mornings, you won’t be disappointed. We would just like to finish up by saying a massive thank you to you for coming and supporting our dream festival and we hope you have a very special weekend.


Opening Times During Festival Farm: 10.30am - 6.30pm White Bull Restaurant 8.30am - 5.00pm Farm Shop & Deli: 8.30 - 5.15pm

Where Childhood Memories are Made!


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HUT PEOPLE Taking the audience on a musical journey around the World, This English instrumental duo have over the last 3 years proved to be one of THE most unique, entertaining and best-loved acts on the UK folk scene today. Mixing global rhythms with folk tunes from Quebec to Spain, Scandinavia to Sussex and everywhere in between, this is a quirky celebration of our rich musical heritage – and it works so well! This is a show like nothing you’ve ever seen before! Expect feelgood dancing tunes, audience participation, step dancing, Quebecois foot-percussion (whilst playing the accordion!) and humour aplenty.

FRIDAY 22 JULY | 2.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

BLAIR DUNLOP Blair Dunlop, the award-winning British singer, songwriter and guitarist, will bring his keeneyed narratives and captivating performance to Underneath the Stars Festival. Blair and his band will be performing songs from his highly acclaimed third album ‘Gilded’ released earlier this year.

FRIDAY 22 JULY | 3.30PM PLANETS STAGE


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FABIAN HOLLAND Fabian Holland is a songwriter who gets right to the heart of the human condition in a disarmingly subtle way. Lyrically evocative , sometimes moody and melancholic, Holland’s unadorned music has a flip side of songs of upbeat, wry humour but always acutely observed – songs of people and places, strangers and kin, human frailties and foibles– sensitive sonic snapshots producing perfect visual imagery, by turns unsettling and reassuring.

FRIDAY 22 JULY | 4.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

OLIVIA CHANEY Chaney admits she became “a wild-child delinquent” when she entered her teen years, but was saved from more serious trouble by landing a scholarship as a piano and voice student to Manchester’s prestigious Chetham’s School of Music. From there she graduated to the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she spent more time breaking rules but also collaborating with young composers, exploring free-improvisation and experimental orchestrations of a growing repertoire of her own songs.

FRIDAY 22 JULY | 5.30PM PLANETS STAGE


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GILMORE & ROBERTS Contemporary folk/acoustic duo Gilmore & Roberts combine award-winning songwriting with astounding musicianship and their trademark harmonies to create a powerful wall of sound. Nominated three times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Katriona Gilmore (fiddle, mandolin) and Jamie Roberts (guitar) met while studying at Leeds College of Music and released their debut album in 2008.

MICHAEL MCGOLDRICK & FRIENDS

2015 saw the release of their fourth album, Conflict Tourism, which appeared on several end-of-year Best Album lists and received national airplay on both BBC Radio 2 & BBC 6 music.

A co-founder of Flook and Lúnasa, and a linchpin of Capercaillie’s line-up since 1998, Manchester-born flute/whistle and uilleann pipes maestro Michael McGoldrick has in recent years performed around the globe in ex-Dire Straits legend Mark Knopfler’s band – including a tour with both Knopfler and Bob Dylan.

FRIDAY 22 JULY | 6.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

FRIDAY 22 JULY | 7.30PM PLANETS STAGE


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VIEUX FARKA TOURÉ Often referred to as “The Hendrix of the Sahara”, Vieux Farka Touré was born in Niafunké, Mali in 1981. On this first album, Vieux paid homage to his father and follows Ali’s musical tradition, giving new versions of the West African music that is echoed in the American blues. The album features Toumani Diabaté, as well as his late father. One of the tracks, ‘Courage’, is on the soundtrack of the film The First Grader (2010). Since then Vieux has gone on to produce numerous album’s exploring and evolving his own sound from his Malian roots.

Influenced by an eclectic range of styles and artists – the honest grit and gravel of Woody Guthrie, the gypsy bone-cage burlesque of Gogol Bordello. A unique mash-up of folk/blues, waltz tempos and hoe-downs and french zazou in outlandish carnival style. It is loud, funky and fun.

In 2015, Vieux released another unexpected, genre-bending collaborative album, this time with New York-based singer Julia Easterlin, aptly titled 'Touristes'. The album shot to the top of the iTunes World chart and earned critical acclaim, including that of John Schaefer (NPR) who called it "brilliant." With each new project, Vieux expands his horizons, embraces new challenges and further entrenches his reputation as one of the world’s most talented and innovative musicians.

FRIDAY 22 JULY | 8.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

FRIDAY 22 JULY | 9.30PM PLANETS STAGE

HOLY MOLY & THE CRACKERS


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PAUL SIMON'S 'GRACELAND'

Fusing South African styles with Rock and Pop, ‘Graceland’ has become Paul Simon’s most popular Album to date, selling over 16 million copies and earning a Grammy for Album of the year in 1987. Life-long Paul Simon fan and Yorkshire-based singer/ songwriter Gary Stewart and his band, ‘The Tin Foil Collective’ (comprising of members from Hope & Social and Ellen & The Escapades) come together to present an evening of songs from ‘Graceland’ with a handful of other Paul Simon classics for good measure.

FRIDAY 22 JULY | 10.40PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE


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GRAND OLD UKE OF YORK These titans of tweed and maestro’s of this mini musical marvel are all geared to offer you a veritable feast of festival fun.

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 10.30AM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

Pop four-piece Joy Atlas, who’ve already received support on BBC 6 Music from the likes of Steve Lamacq and Tom Robinson following the release of their first two singles ‘Dismount’ and ‘Notice It All’. They offer radiant, angular pop music that owes as much of a debt to minimal American R&B as it does to sunny Scando-Pop, with their emotionally complex, sleek and unique sound rivalling the likes of Robyn, Goldfrapp and Bjork on a particularly chorus-led day.

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 11.30AM PLANETS STAGE


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BISCUITHEAD AND THE BISCUIT BADGERS From time immemorial these four musicians have stood at the gateway of nonsense, begging for peanuts. Riotously odd, jolly and engaging, you can enjoy a calypso about land hermit crabs, a celebration of David Attenborough and an anthem to cheese. Surrender to the infectious daftness. “Sometimes I love bands because their music is so exquisitely crafted and sometimes simply because it’s irresistibly daft. In the case of Biscuithead and the Biscuit Badgers it’s both!” Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 12.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

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TIM DALLING People struggle to find a term that suitably describes Tim Dalling in his many wondrous guises. Let’s just say that he’s a one of a kind, not simply as he’s a super-talented bloke, but also because he does it all with such remarkable panache. Down the years, he’s brought tears to the cheeks of many incredulous audiences as the kilted accordionplaying fall guy with The New Rope String Band …and stunned audiences with hugely accomplished musicianship that lies at the very core of his massively-creative spirit. His other side, for many, has been his best-kept secret… a song-writer and performer who has been described as a cross between Ivor Cutler and Randy Newman.

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 1.30PM PLANETS STAGE


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KING ZEPHA The revival is coming. If you’re ready for thumping double bass, raucous four-part harmony and honking horns then it’s time to dust off your boots and your sharpest gear and join us on the dance floor! Producer and songwriter King Zepha presents a timeless blend of ska, rocksteady and jump blues.

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 2.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

KEZIA Kezia is a singer/songwriter who’s sound drifts between folk and blues with a tinge of country. Her lyric based songs are accompanied by thoughtful melodies on the guitar and piano. Kezia’s mature voice sings heartfelt lyrics of matters that many can relate to, conveying a certain melancholy that is heard throughout her music.

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 4.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

RON BLOCK & SIERRA HULL Throughout his extraordinary career multi-instrumentalist Ron Block has been something of a musical Huck Finn, a tireless adventurer exploring various styles yet rooted firmly in the bluegrass-country tradition. Sierra has been recognised from age 11 as a virtuoso mandolinplayer, astonishing audiences and fellow-musicians alike. Now a seasoned touring musician nearing her mid-20s with a new solo album ‘Weighted Mind’ receiving critical acclaim - be prepared for something really special folks!

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 3.30PM PLANETS STAGE


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DUNCAN CHISHOLM Duncan’s powerful evocative style has the ability to conjure both outer and inner landscapes in their myriad weathers and seasons, from tranquility to tumult, joy to desolation – this music requires no introductions or programme notes to carry you on its journey. The sound may be traditional but this is 21st Century music, which is sophisticated, exhilarating and meltingly beautiful.

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 5.30PM PLANETS STAGE

RORY MCLEOD Rory Mcleod – ex-circus clown and fire eater. A one man soulband, poet and storyteller, singing his own unique upbeat dance stories. A modern travelling troubadour using tap shoes, acappella, harmonica, guitar, trombone, spoons, finger cymbals, bandorea, djembe and various percussion instruments. Rory has travelled the globe for different reasons at different times, from Asia to the middle East from Gambia to Cuba, Central America, Australia, North America, Canada, Europe and other nooks and crannies of the earth.

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 6.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE


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KATE RUSBY Our gracious leader and a towering (not physically, she is only 5’ 1/2”!) inspiration. Underneath the Stars festival simply would not exist without her. If the festival can reflect even a small percentage of her musical integrity, honesty and humble Yorkshire charm we will have gained a mighty victory. She is the defining voice of contemporary English Folk music and her exquisite interpretations of traditional songs and finely wrought self penned tunes have won her an audience that reaches beyond the genre. A recent recipient of Freeman of the Borough of Barnsley honour, as well as numerous other musical awards and accolades, her performance at this year's festival will feature old favourites and some first performances of material from her forthcoming 'Life in a Paper Boat' studio album. As ever, she will be joined on stage by her fabulous band, Nick Cooke, Duncan Lyall, Damien O’Kane, Stevie Iveson, Stevie Byrnes, Josh Clarke, and as a special treat for UTSf2016 Kate will also be backed by both her string quartet and brass quintet. We can’t wait! :D

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 7.30PM PLANETS STAGE

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DANCING YEARS

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Dancing Years are a five piece alt-indie back from Leeds. Led by frontman David Henshaw’s mesmerising vocals, the band, also comprising Joe Lawrenson (keys), Joe Montague (drums), Dom Butler (violin) and Dan Fielding (guitar) create glistening soundscapes to rival Sigur Ros with the immediacy of a hook-laden Elbow.

County Sligo’s finest export, Dervish are one of the great bands ever to have come out of Ireland. Fronted as ever by the captivating Cathy Jordan – regarded by many as the supreme frontwoman in all of Ireland – the line-up of fiddle, flute, bouzouki, mandola, bodhran & accordion draw from seemingly limitless depths of talent, finesse, subtlety and fiery energy. Exceptional musicianship, breathtaking vocals, vibrant sets of tunes and instantly compelling songs all come together to make Dervish as complete a band as are to be found anywhere in the tradition.

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 8.40PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 9.40PM PLANETS STAGE


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BYE BENECO Through a growing slate of live performances, Bye Beneco have emerged as willing to explore sounds and words without constraint. Indeed, this is nothing short of the band’s primary compulsion (and is frequently reflected in the kinetic way Bye Beneco’s members swop instruments and mic’s during their live performances).

Consisting of four members, LennyDee Doucha, Bergen Nielson and Matthew Watson their instruments include drums, guitar, percussion, vocals and anything else they can get their hands on. Bye Beneco’s music and performances are engaging on a multitude of levels, and each show is a rare and unique experience to be savoured.

SATURDAY 23 JULY | 10.40PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE


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SUNDAY LOWRI EVANS To date Lowri’s career has been the very definition of ‘independent’. Welsh-born, Welsh-speaking, Newport based Evans’ story has not been one of hype or hyperbole, overnight success or big record company intervention but the story of an artist whose faith in herself and her songs has never wavered. As a consequence her musical journey has not always been easy but it has always been interesting. From a wellspring of innate talent and a voice that holds audiences spellbound she has worked resolutely – with a little help from family and friends, of course – to realise her dream of making music for a living.

SUNDAY 24 JULY | 10.30AM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

10 STRING SYMPHONY When 10 String Symphony released their superb Weight of The World album in 2015, it created instantaneous reverberations on both sides of the Atlantic, and was so well received in America that it ended up at the No 3 position on the hugely-influential Billboard Chart.

SUNDAY 24 JULY | 11.30AM PLANETS STAGE


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JIM EVANS Jim Evans is a folk singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who, with a lyrical approach to the genre, draws in elements from a vast scope of roots music from both sides of the Atlantic. He has firmly set up camp in a tradition of songwriters who discover, borrow and then take the genre to a new place, often with vivid imagery at its centre. His debut album, ‘On Seeds and Shoes’, was released in June 2014, and since then he has been extensively playing his finger picking guitar and frailing banjo for audiences all over the UK and in Germany.

SUNDAY 24 JULY | 12.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

TALISK Mohsen Amini (Concertina), Hayley Keenan (Fiddle) and Craig Irving (Guitar) utilise their strong individual backgrounds in Irish and Scottish music to create an award winning sound. The trio’s engaging and energetic performances have already landed them slots at some of Britain’s biggest festivals, including Cambridge Folk Festival, Celtic Connections and Fairport Convention’s Cropredy Festival. The trio picked up the Danny Kyle Award and the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award in 2015.

SUNDAY 24 JULY | 1.30PM PLANETS STAGE


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WEST OF EDEN

BLUE ROSE CODE

West of Eden is the Swedish folk-rock band that has thrilled audiences in Sweden and abroad for over a decade with their unique sound and brilliant songwriting. Masterful musicianship combined with the extraordinary voice of singer Jenny Schaub and a deep love for the traditional Celtic folk music has earned them a solid reputation amongst critics and fans around the globe.

In the space of only a short few years and two stellar albums, Blue Rose Code, Edinburgh-born Ross Wilson, has gone from song-writing in the obscurity of an East London flat to being celebrated by the industry and fans alike as a legacy artist whose work stands alone. As BBC Radio 3 broadcaster MaryAnne Kennedy said recently, “Blue Rose Code is one of those rare artists whose work makes you sit up and listen”.

SUNDAY 24 JULY | 2.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

Further praise has come from the most unexpected of quarters in Hollywood A-lister, Ewan McGregor. Ewan explained, “My uncle Denis Lawson, (star of Local Hero) gave me a copy of The Ballads Of Peckham Rye, it’s beautiful and I can’t stop listening to it.”

SUNDAY 24 JULY | 3.30PM PLANETS STAGE


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CURTIS ELLER’S AMERICAN CIRCUS Curtis Eller is a banjo player, songwriter and rock & roll singer. After beginning his show business career at the age of seven as a juggler and acrobat, the Detroit native turned to the banjo and lit out for New York City where he rose to obscurity as “New York’s angriest yodeling banjo player”. Eller’s compositions describe a dreamlike vision of American history where all points in time have collapsed into one. Past recordings have seen a ghastly parade of historical luminaries, from Abraham Lincoln and Buster Keaton to Amelia Earhart and Joe Louis, sharing the spotlight with a host of Civil War generals and corrupt 19th century politicians.

SUNDAY 24 JULY | 4.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

DECLAN O’ROURKE Declan O’Rourke was a latecomer to the Dublin singer-songwriter scene but, in his mid-twenties, within months of discovering Dublin’s bustling songwriter open-mic circuit, O’Rourke found himself in the mix with the likes of Paddy Casey, Gemma Hayes, Damian Rice and many other Irish singer-songwriters. He plays to sold-out crowds in his native Ireland and, more recently, further afield. A consummate and versatile performer, his songs mesmerize regardless of whether performed solo, with a band, string quartet, full orchestra, or as a trio.

SUNDAY 24 JULY | 5.30PM PLANETS STAGE


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DAMIEN O’KANE BBC Radio 2 Folk Award nominee and full-time member of Kate Rusby’s band, Damien O’Kane is an extraordinary musician. An immense banjo player, an accomplished versatile guitarist, a seriously good singer, a naturally inventive arranger, an innovative musical explorer, a producer, a bandleader, a provocatively original interpreter of folk song… when all the pieces are fitted together with unconditional love, care and attention to detail, the results are spectacular. Evident no more so than on his new album Areas Of High Traffic.

SUNDAY 24 JULY | 6.30PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

Part gig, part dance show, The Demon Barbers bring a new repertoire, extra band members and a modern twist to their multiaward winning Roadshow. Since winning ‘Best Live Act’ at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards The Demon Barbers have been immersed in the development of their Folk & Hip Hop Dance Extravaganza ‘The Lock In’. The Demon Barbers bring some of the UK’s most exciting young Clog, Sword, Hip Hop & Break dancers onto the concert stage to create the live folk music & dance spectacular of the year!

SUNDAY 24 JULY | 7.30PM PLANETS STAGE


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TANTZ Tantz deliver a failsafe fusion of virtuoso instrumentalism, smartalec arrangements and all manner of pulse-grabbing grooves that turn on a sixpence and keep you on your toes. “Prepare to dance ’til it nearly does you in” – BBC Radio Leeds

SUNDAY 24 JULY | 9.00PM LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE


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MAKE THE LIGHT STAGE WITH CHAPEL FM

THIS YEAR SEES UNDERNEATH THE STARS BRINGING A BRAND NEW STAGE TO THE FESTIVAL IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CHAPEL FM.

Chapel FM is a broadcast arts centre based in the Seacroft area of Leeds - an area of the city which has never had any kind of arts venue before. Opening it’s doors in October 2014 this stunning chapel conversion has already seen more than a thousand musicians play live in it’s beautiful radio theatre.

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It's a simple vision - just transport the spirit of music and community that exists at Chapel FM and mix it with some of the magic of Underneath The Stars Festival. Come and enjoy the results throughout the weekend in the Make the Light venue!

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Chapel FM supports and promotes the vibrant local music scene in Yorkshire, in all its flavours! And that’s exactly what the Make the Light Stage will be doing at Underneath the Stars Festival - celebrating young and grass roots music from the region; with the best new and established acts spanning folk, blues, soul, alt-country and electronica.

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CRAFT VILLAGE

Take a journey back to the iron-age and learn the ancient arts of metal work with our Blacksmith. Join the Woodsman on his lathe and learn the craft of wood-turning. Create your own goblet at our Potters stall. Learn the basic skills used in leather work or get creative with some willow weaving. Try your hand at needle felting, felt making and a range of crafts using recycled materials. Paint your own badges, mosaic your own coaster and have a go at hand quilting. Or why not try marbling and book-binding, or a bit of rag rugging and not forgetting the beautiful driftwood sculpting amongst other craft sessions that are on offer.


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FOOD & DRINK THE “SUN GRAZERS” AREA IS ONCE AGAIN HOME TO A WONDERFUL SELECTION OF STREET VANS AND POP-UP MARKET STALLS EAGER TO SATISFY THE MOST CHOOSY OF FOODIES. ALLOTMENT CATERING Offering a fresh, homemade, vegetarian and vegan menu. Committed to providing locally sourced ingredients fresh from the garden, their menu combines seasonal vegetables and herbs to create various healthy and delicious dishes.

CASTAWAY KITCHEN A family run business that evolved from a love of food, travel, music, surfing and the outdoor life. Their menu typically lists a choice of meat or vegetarian soft pitta wraps with delicious Mediterranean flavours.

JAMROCK FLAVAS 'Jamrock Flavas' are a West Yorkshire based family run caterer who specialises in bringing the distinctive Caribbean taste & flare to the party using traditional cooking methods, fresh ingredients and 'Long Time' recipes.

MAGICAL TEA MACHINE Step inside the wonderful world of the Magical Tea Machine where incredible ethical delights await you. They serve over 40 delicious hot and cold drinks with a wide range of freshly baked cakes and sumptuous main meals.

PICKLED PORKER This Yorkshire stall serves up low & slow cooked meat. Sweet & Sticky BBQ pulled pork with lemon & fennel slaw, 12 hour brisket with dill pickles, Yorkshire wagyu burger with pulled pork & chorizo - plus a selection of "Yorkshire tapas".

CAWTHORNE TEA LADIES The local tea ladies are back on site with their fine cakes and perfectly steeped cuppas. Find them in the Tea-pi for a peaceful minute.


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PIZZA LOCO Serving delicious wood fired pizza from the back of a locomotive. The super-insulated oven can turn out perfectly crisp thin and bubbly crusted pizzas at a rate of one every 60 seconds… Chuffin’ eck!

STREET FODDER Fresh, authentic, quality thai food using only free range meat and the best ingredients. Catering for vegetarians, vegan and gluten free diets. They absolutely nail the combination of salty, spicy, sweet and sour to create a true taste of Asia.

SCOUT’S BREKKY TENT The Silkstone Scouts will be serving morning butties, looking after campers and helping us to keep our site tidy. Raising money for various activities throughout the year. We are very grateful to them for all their hard work so please do give them a smile.

TANDOORI NAAN HUT Fancy something with a kick? Check out their authentic Punjabi cuisine. All of their dishes are served in an open tandoori naan with mango chutney, mint raitha, pickled red cabbage, fresh coriander and a homemade chilli sauce. Zing!

THE BEEFER In the need of meat? On the menu is their hearty 10 hour slow cooked beef, served in an artisan 'Manchet' bun, complete with rosti and their own Beefer sauces and trimmings made from scratch in The Beefer kitchen. *Drools on keyboard.

HAPPY CREPES Specialising in traditional French Crepes, always prepared and served with fresh ingredients. They also serve delicious organic cakes, pastries, pies, muffins, cookies, as well as organic juices and smoothies.

OATOPIA Oatopia have revolutionised ways of cooking oats, reinventing traditional and original dishes, energising snacks and indulgent treats. Simply some of the best flapjack EVER!

YUMMY YORKSHIRE This is artisan ice cream at its best! Serving 7 award winning luxury flavours from their udderly delicious marquee…..treat your taste buds!


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OUR TOWN WE WELCOME YOU TO “OUR TOWN”… HERE YOU WILL FIND A DAZZLING ARRAY OF MERCHANTS AND ARTISANS FOR YOUR BROWSING PLEASURE.

BAZAAR FLAMINGO Offering a new and unique vintage experience of the bohemian lifestyle, selling a range of vintage wears for you lovely stargazers. BURNING DESIRES This is a hot one! Specialising in Pyrography, the art of decorating wood or other materials by burning. A unique gift or keepsake with an added personal touch. CALOR CAMPING Need a gas top up? Forgot your tent pegs? Guide rope snapped? Do not panic! Our friendly local camping supplies shop Calor Barnsley is sure to have just what you need. CRAFT TEA COMPANY Are here to encourage experimentation and innovation in tea drinking by exploring new blends and ways of enjoying tea, not just a builder’s brew with two sugars. Tea with personali-tea. ESME WELLBEING A truly unique experience, tailoring massage treatments just for you.


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HOUSE OF BEAN This stall has it all! An eclectic mix of bohemia, psychedelia, minimalism and wanderlust! You will find everything from camping flasks to yoga outfits.

OLIVE MADE A fabulous local artist who creates gorgeous textile gifts for the home and for children. Well worth a good gander.

FUDGERRIFIC Fudge, fudge, FUDGE!!! Yorkshire manufacturer of hand-made fudge from top quality ingredients sourced from local suppliers.

SERENITY SILVER Full of lifestyle pieces like incense, oil burners, handcrafted totes, jewellery and an eclectic mix of all sorts of pieces to interest various tastes.

CAWTHORNE POST OFFICE Take a trip down memory lane with our local post office and their sweet shop full of nostalgia and your favourite retro sweets. You can also get your weekend papers here!

TRES JOLI An exquisitely colourful stall selling a variety of ethically and ecologically traded gift such as wind-chimes, suncatchers, bags, scarves, mirrors and candles.

INDI CLOTHING We love a bit of Indi Clothing! Stylish, affordable clothing designed and printed in the beautiful Yorkshire seaside town of Scarborough.

VAGRANT ART These fine folks take other people’s scrap and turn it into items of dazzling beauty. Pop in to see true art unfold before your very eyes!

JM OPTICS A local firm specializing in binoculars, telescopes and related accessories. They offer some great expert advice on their products. LUSH Back for a third year offering a whole range of environmental and animal friendly products that are ideal for keeping you smelling clean and fresh at festivals. MUSIC IN THE GREEN Vinyl is BACK! Loads of new and preloved Vinyls as well as a few of those small plastic shiny discs people used to use in the 90s. Have a good fettle about to find old classic.

WILD AT HEART An eclectic mix of beautiful items, from handcrafted silver jewellery & individual collectors pieces to unique stylish hats and accessories including ‘Bad Hair Day’ headbands & wraps. YORKSHIRE BLANKETS We have fallen in love with Yorkshire Blankets woven in a traditional Yorkshire mill, using eco friendly redundant yarns. They hand make jumpers, cushions, lavender hearts, draught excluders, foot pouffes, bunting and 3 sizes of wool blankets perfect for your picnic or home! Mmmm traditional Yorkshire goodness...


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FAMILY AREA Pedestrian Gate

TO FARM & SHOP


Yorkshire Cancer Research is not part of a national charity and is the only charity focusing on the specific cancer problems in Yorkshire. We believe that every single person in every community in and around Yorkshire should have the very best chance of living a long and healthy life with, without and beyond cancer. There are many ways to support us with your time or with your donations. Find out more by visiting: www.ycr.org.uk/teamyorkshire Join Team Yorkshire and let’s make them proud.

fundraising@ycr.org.uk 01423 877210

Registered Charity 516898


FRID P 34

22 FRIDAY

PLANETS STAGE

LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

10.00AM

11.00AM

12.00PM

1.00PM

2.00PM

2.30 - 3.20PM

THE HUT PEOPLE

3.00PM

4.00PM

3.30 - 4.20PM

BLAIR DUNLOP 4.30 - 5.20PM

5.00PM

6.00PM

FABIAN HOLLAND 5.30 - 6.20PM

OLIVIA CHANEY 6.30 - 7.20PM

GILMORE & ROBERTS

7.00PM 7.30 - 8.20PM

8.00PM

MIKE MCGOLDRICK & FRIENDS 8.30 - 9.20PM

9.00PM

10.00PM

11.00PM 12.00AM

HOLY MOLY & THE CRACKERS 9.30 - 10.30PM

VIEUX FARKA TOURÉ 10.40 - 11.30PM

GARY STEWART’S GRACELAND


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TIMETABLE

MAKE THE LIGHT

STREET THEATRE

10.00AM

11.00AM

12.00PM

1.00PM

1.00 - 2.00PM

BREAK DANCE WORKSHOP

2.00 - 2.40PM

2.30 - 3.30PM

LONG, BROAD & SHARPSIGHT

3.00PM

MORE BREAK DANCING!!!

4.00 - 4.30PM

PAPA QUEBEC

4.45 - 5.15PM

MOLLY RHYMER

5.30 - 6.00PM

JACK HAINING

6.15 - 6.45PM

FRAN WYBURN

7.00 - 7.30PM

SOUP OR GROUP

7.45 - 8.15PM

BLACK BOAT

8.30 - 9.00PM

HANDMADEHANDS

9.15 - 9.45PM

CAPTAIN OF THE LOST WAVES

10.00 - 10.30PM RE:TRACT

2.00PM

4.00PM 4.30 - 5.10PM

LONG, BROAD & SHARPSIGHT

5.00PM

6.00PM

7.00PM

8.00PM

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9.00PM

10.00PM

11.00PM 12.00AM


SATU P 36

23 SATURDAY

PLANETS STAGE

10.00AM

LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE TAI CHI 9.00 - 10.00AM

10.30 - 11.20AM

11.00AM

GRAND OLD UKE

11.30AM - 12.20PM

12.00PM

JOY ATLAS

12.30 - 1.20PM

1.00PM

2.00PM

BISCUIT BADGER

1.30 - 2.20PM

TIM DALLING 2.30 - 3.20PM

3.00PM

4.00PM

KING ZEPHA 3.30 - 4.20PM

RON BLOCK & SIERRA HULL 4.30 - 5.20PM

5.00PM

6.00PM

KEZIA

5.30 - 6.20PM

DUNCAN CHISHOLM 6.30 - 7.20PM

RORY MCLEOD

7.00PM

8.00PM

7.30 - 8.30PM

KATE RUSBY 8.40 - 9.30PM

9.00PM

10.00PM

11.00PM 12.00AM

DANCING YEARS 9.40 - 10.30PM

DERVISH

10.40 - 11.30PM

BYE BENECO


URDAY P 37

TIMETABLE

MAKE THE LIGHT

STREET THEATRE

10.00AM

10.00 - 10.50AM

DRUMMING WORKSHOP

11.00AM

11.30AM - 12.20PM

CHARLESTON DANCE

12.00PM

1.00PM

1.00 - 2.00PM

UKULELE WORKSHOP 2.00 - 2.40PM

2.30 - 3.30PM

LONG, BROAD & SHARPSIGHT 3.00PM

SINGING WORKSHOP

4.00PM

4.00 - 4.50PM

SHIM SHAM DANCE

4.30 - 5.10PM

LONG, BROAD & SHARPSIGHT 5.30 - 6.00PM

ARC

5.30 - 6.15PM

BIRDMAN STONE

7.00 - 7.30PM

FITZWALLACE

7.45 - 8.30PM

FUZZY JONES

8.30 - 9.00PM

LILAC'S DAUGHTER

9.15 - 9.45PM

SAMUEL S PARKES

2.00PM

5.00PM

6.00PM

7.00PM

8.00PM

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9.00PM

10.00PM

10.00 - 11.30PM

TWO SEVEN DJ'S

11.00PM 12.00AM


SUN P 38

24 SUNDAY

PLANETS STAGE

LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE

10.00AM

10.30 - 11.20AM

11.00AM

LOWRI EVANS

11.30AM - 12.20PM

12.00PM

10 STRING SYMPHONY

12.30 - 1.20PM

1.00PM

2.00PM

JIM EVANS

1.30 - 2.20PM

TALISK

2.30 - 3.20PM

3.00PM

4.00PM

WEST OF EDEN 3.30 - 4.20PM

BLUE ROSE CODE 4.30 - 5.20PM

5.00PM

6.00PM

CURTIS ELLER 5.30 - 6.20PM

DECLAN O’ROURKE 6.30 - 7.20PM

DAMIEN O'KANE

7.00PM

8.00PM

7.30 - 8.30PM

DEMON BARBERS

9.00PM

10.00PM

11.00PM

9.00 - 10.00PM

TANTZ


NDAY P 39

TIMETABLE

MAKE THE LIGHT

STREET THEATRE

10.00AM

10.00 - 10.50AM

DRUMMING WORKSHOP

11.00AM

11.30AM - 12.20PM

12.00PM

JEDI ACADEMY

1.00PM

1.00 - 2.00PM

JEDI ACADEMY

2.00 - 2.40PM

2.00PM

LONG, BROAD & SHARPSIGHT 3.00PM

4.00 - 4.30PM THE 4.45 - 5.15PM

HEATHER COULTON

5.30 - 6.00PM RIC

4.30 - 5.10PM

LONG, BROAD & SHARPSIGHT

NEAL

6.15 - 6.45PM

SABRINA PIGGOT

7.00 - 7.45PM

BEN PIKE

7.45 - 8.15PM

TSW

8.30 - 9.00PM THE BLIND DEAD MCJONES BAND

9.15 - 10PM

4.00PM

MARTINS

SENTAMENTALISTS

5.00PM

6.00PM

7.00PM

8.00PM

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9.00PM

10.00PM

11.00PM


EnRich Charity is proud to support the fabulous “Underneath the Stars Festival” in our wonderful town! It promotes the development of performing and creative arts in memory of Barnsley’s Richard Tolson - “Rich T” and is supporting the arts and crafts activities provided for children at this year’s fantastic festival. If you live or study in Barnsley we may be able to support your creative or artistic activity. Further info from: EnRich2013@hotmail.com

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@EnRich_Charity

EnRich is an unregistered, not-for-profit, charitable organisation funded by donations. All money donated goes towards our charitable purposes


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UNDERNEATH THE STARS FESTIVAL

FAMILY FUN

STREET THEATRE

LONG, BROAD & SHARPSIGHT

find themselves searching for somewhere their amazing talents will be celebrated, somewhere they can call home. They travel the world alone, until one day they meet each other. With more stilt-walking, sword fighting and adventuring than you can shake a treasure map at, Sharklegs tell their new story with characteristic mayhem, laughter and visual flare. Find them in the outdoor performance space on the main site each day at 2pm and 4.30pm.

TAKING FLIGHT THEATRE PRESENTS

SCENES FROM A SUITCASE

The stage is set, les artistes are ready, but these faded stars await an audience to whoosh them back to full splendour. Only you can awaken our artistes to find out what they hold in store. They are waiting for you around the festival site. You hold the key.

TIN TYPE TRAILER

Tin Type Trailer is a traveling Victorian darkroom which produces unique photographs on tin plates using a 19th Century process called Wet Plate Collodion. Wet Plate Collodion was the main method of photography between 1851 and around 1870. It involves flowing a sticky substance called collodion over either a piece of tin or glass, which is then sensitised in silver nitrate. The plate is then exposed, developed, fixed and then protected with a lavender varnish. With the addition of a select few period dress adornments, prepare to be amazed as an image of yourself from days gone by appears on the tin from negative to positive.


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TRAVELLING TREASURY

Travelling Treasury is a magical story telling experience that takes place in a beautifully transformed caravan. Step inside the pages of a book and let the stories unfold, quite literally before your eyes. Think, dream and believe, as you are taken on a wonderful journey through sound, stunning paper creations and animated story telling. A truly wonderful experience for all ages!

MINDFUL TAI CHI

Start your Saturday with uplifting, soothing movements, synchronised breathing and gentle relaxation guided by David from mindful-taichi. Tai Chi is all about doing, not achieving. 9.00-10.00 in the Little Lights Venue www.mindful-taichi.co.uk

CANNON HALL FARM

Is an award winning, family run farm attraction sitting in the beautiful Pennine foothills. One of the biggest and best farm attractions in the UK, it’s a world of animal magic where thousands of baby animals are born every year. Enjoy the excitement of placing a bet on the sheep and ferret racing and learn how milk is produced during our goat and cow milking demonstrations. You’ll find a wide variety of animals from rare breeds of cows, pigs, donkeys, ponies and sheep to more exotic species like llamas, alpacas and even reindeer! If it’s raining outside dive into the spectacular indoor play area with a hive of tunnels, dramatic slides and cannons.


P 44

UNDERNEATH THE STARS FESTIVAL

WALK THE LINES STORY TENT

Interactive stories for all, pirates, fairies, dragons, a big (not so) bad wolf, a dog called Turpy and even some nonsense about bogies!? SEE WALK THE LINES TIMETABLE P52-57

Author/illustrator Mark Fraser brings his books to life, with help from his fairies and YOU!

EMMA’S CRAFTY KIDS

Emma’s Crafty Kids is a family run, non-stop family craft activity area. We just love encouraging folks to use their imaginations and create things using a huge variety of materials! There are always lots of fabulous things to make and take away when you visit our workshops, and big chalkboards outside to decorate all day. Our friendly family team are always on hand to help out, give you crafty ideas and welcome you with a smile. Look out for our Crafty over-8’s activities all weekend, and come along for family crafty fun.

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WALTER LEMON FACE

Ever wanted to have control over what happens in a cartoon? Now you can in this fun-filled experience for the whole family – there’s no such thing as too much joining in!

Suitable for ages 3+ Presented in Association with The Civic Barnsley

Join adventurer, fearless inventor and connoisseur of carrots, Walter Lemonface as he hunts for Rhubarb Ogres, battles ghosts and finds a new adventure around every corner. Sometimes scary, often touching and always with a healthy sprinkling of silly, you control what happens next and then watch in amazement as your story unfolds… This 20 minute adventure, will be happening throughout Saturday, please check the blackboard by the tent for timings.


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FAMILY FUN | #UTSF2016

WOODLAND WALKS

Join James and Lea from Woodland Classrooms on Saturday & Sunday mornings for a magical woodland walk. Children can explore, play & discover the hidden treasures of the woods. Along our walks you can craft your own leaf crown, decorate a journey stick, learn how to identify trees, create your own colour palette from nature and play our outdoor woodland games, all with experienced Forest School leaders. 10am Saturday & Sunday approx duration 50mins meet at the woodland shelter in the Craft Village

HOME: THE VAN PROJECT

One van. Two women. Your artwork! What is home? Is it a few words? Is it the smell of your favourite food? Is it a roof over your head? A simple image of a love heart? Or is it a child’s drawing of their family? Through words, drawings and paintings, you can share whatever home means to you and complete your own little piece of art on the van-shaped paper, then paste it on the inside of the splendid green van to create one marvellous mobile gallery. @homevanproject #artforall.

FAMILY TOUR – CANNON HALL 'SUBLIME SYMMETRY: THE MATHEMATICS BEHIND DE MORGAN'S CERAMIC DESIGNS'

Museum entry is free of charge. Meet at the main gate Box Office on Sunday at 11.00am and 1pm. Tour will last 1hr approx.

'Sublime Symmetry: The Mathematics behind De Morgan's Ceramic Designs' is the blockbuster exhibition currently on show at Cannon Hall Museum. From fantastical beasts adorning plates and vases to stylised floral tiles, the exhibition of 80 objects from the V&A Museum in London and the De Morgan Foundation's collection is a must see. Join exhibition curator, Sarah Hardy, for a family friendly tour of this highly acclaimed exhibition. Sarah will tell you about William De Morgan's work using stories he wrote and designs he made.


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WORKSHOPS FUN FOR ALL AGES

SWING DANCE WORKSHOPS

Back by popular demand, the magnificently elegant Robert and Tina will take you through the steps of some of the hippest dances of the 30’s and 40’s. Open to all ages and abilities you will be amazed how quickly you can get your Charleston and your Shim Sham up to speed! SATURDAY 11.30AM & 4PM MAKE THE LIGHT

JEDI ACADEMY

The Jedi Saber Academy has developed it’s very own lightsaber combat system drawing from various martial arts. The sessions focus on lightsaber techniques and movement for attack and defence, drills, tricks and combinations from the Senshi Saber System. Open to ages 8+ whether you're a Star Wars fan, Choreography or Martial Arts enthusiast or just looking for a fun, friendly and creative environment to keep fit. SUNDAY 11.30AM & 1PM MAKE THE LIGHT TENT


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WORKSHOPS | #UTSF2016

SINGING WORKSHOP

Join Joy Atlas front-woman and experienced choir leader Beccy Owen for a group-singing workshop that gives everyone of all ages and abilities a chance to sing out to their heart’s content. Armed with a variety of accessible, uplifting repertoire from all over the world, this is a one-off, magical, musical moment to create the festival's very own Pop-up choir. SATURDAY 2.30PM MAKE THE LIGHT

GIVE IT A GO MUSIC WORKSHOP

See them on stage at 2.30pm on Friday, then seize your chance to join The Hut People and play tunes collected from around the world!​​You will have an opportunity to try out many of their strange instruments as well as have great fun. FRIDAY 5PM GAMES TENT

MOSAIC WORKSHOP

Our fabulous friends at Ossett Arts will be on site this year to lead some creative Mosaic workshops. Open to all ages and abilities… it’s all about getting ‘stuck’ in and giving something new a go! SATURDAY & SUNDAY 9.30AM GAMES TENT

SYMMETRY IN ART JOINT WORKSHOP Make symmetrical tile designs by learning 'Pouncing' Make your own symmetrical tile designs based on William De Morgan's fantastical beasts and fanciful floral designs. William De Morgan was one of the most important ceramic designers of the Victorian Arts and Crafts Movement. His ceramic designs is explored in the exhibition, Sublime Symmetry, on at Cannon Hall now. Origami balloons and stars craft activity Learn more about the symmetry used in William De Morgan’s designs in this fun family activity. Come along and make pretty balloons and magic stars that light up in the dark! Drop in activities for all ages and abilities. FRIDAY & SUNDAY 2.30 -3.30PM - GAMES TENT


P 48

UNDERNEATH THE STARS FESTIVAL

BREAK DANCE WORKSHOP Breakin’ Through Leeds are back to show us their moves and pass on the basics of Breakin’. Suitable for all ages and abilities so don’t be shy, show us what you’ve got on the dance floor. FRIDAY 1 & 2.30PM MAKE THE LIGHT TENT

COMMUNITY DRUMMING WORKSHOP

Hosted by our friendly local drumming group Pennine Rumblers we invite you come try your hand and become immersed in the hypnotic rhythms of West Africa. You don’t need any previous musical experience and all ages and abilities are welcome. SATURDAY & SUNDAY 10AM MAKE THE LIGHT TENT

ZOETROPE WORKSHOP

Join Sam from Biscuithead & the Biscuit Badgers and learn how to make a magnificent Victorian sciencey thingy that’s also your very own mini low-tech cinema. All ages are welcome to come along and give it a bash. SATURDAY 2.30PM GAMES TENT

UKULELE WORKSHOP

Bring a bit of Hawaiian sunshine into your life by learning how to play one of these little nylon strung beauties. The Grand Old Uke of York (Saturday 10.30 - Little Lights) will be leading a workshop to get you going with the basics and will have you strumming along furiously in no time. Bring your uke if you have one! SATURDAY 1PM MAKE THE LIGHT TENT


P 50

UNDERNEATH THE STARS FESTIVAL

BONNIE BAIRNS AREA TUCKED AWAY IN A SPECIAL CORNER OF OUR SITE WE’VE GOT A WHOLE HOST OF GOINGS ON FOR THE MOST INQUISITIVE, CREATIVE AND PLAYFUL BONNIE BAIRNS

UNDER 4'S TENT

Including toys, books, playmats, dressing up box and other fun bits & bobs kindly provided by Cawthorne Toddler Group plus Rhythm & Rhyme singing activities with Amanda Cheatham plus singing with Rhythm and Rhyme each day at 12pm, 2pm & 4pm and 10pm on Saturday & Sunday.

4-8 YRS CRAFT TENT

Activities galore all day long, painting, playdough, crafts and music all run by our star helpers, ooh and don’t forget you can borrow a book at the end of the day for a bedtime story.

P52-57 FOR TIMETABLE OF ACTIVITIES

BUMS AND BOOBS TENT

Baby changing (including mats and potties/wipes etc) A serene & discrete space for baby feeding should you require it. Dedicated children’s toilet. Please be aware children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian in all activities on site at all times, there’ll be plenty of opportunities for adults to join in the fun too.


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USEFUL INFORMATION | #UTSF2016

LOCAL AMENITIES & USEFUL PHONE NUMBERS BARNSLEY HOSPITAL A+E DEPARTMENT ... JUST IN CASE! Gawber Road, Barnsley S75 2EP 01226 730 000 NHS HELPLINE Dial 111 for minor medical emergencies for a phone consultation and dial 999 for major emergencies. NEAREST PHARMACY KEXBOROUGH PHARMACY 3 Ballfield Lane, Kexborough, Barnsley S75 5EF 01226 388 475

CAWTHORNE POST OFFICE 9am - 5.30pm Mon - Fri 9am - 12.30pm - Sat Closed Sunday 1 Church Street, Cawthorne, Barnsley S75 4HL. 01226 790 215 CAWTHORNE VILLAGE STORE & TEA ROOM 8am - 6pm Mon - Fri 8am - 5pm Sat 10am - 4pm Sun 11 Darton Road, Cawthorne S75 4HR. 01226 792 819

LOCAL TAXIS

SOUTH YORKSHIRE POLICE PENISTONE POLICE STATION 1 Bridge Street, Penistone S36 6AJ. For non emergencies dial 101

We advise you to book your taxi well in advance. Local taxi companies will be very busy during the weekend. There is no “off-hire” taxi rank at the festival site.

FIRE SERVICE Penistone Fire Station, Sheffield Road, Penistone S36 6HN 01226 370 587

BLUELINE 01226 244444

PUBLIC TELEPHONE The nearest public telephone box is in Cawthorne outside the Post Office on Church Street, S75 4HL

A1 ACE TAXIS 01226 288 888, 01226 299 999, 01226 200 000


FRID P 52

22 FRIDAY

EMMA'S CRAFTY KIDS

WALK THE LINES

10.00AM

11.00AM

11.00AM - 1.00PM

12.00PM

3D HANDDRAWING

1.00PM

2.00PM

1.00 - 3.00PM

PICTURE BOXES

3.00PM

4.00PM

3.00 - 5.00PM

PAPER BASKETS

5.00PM

6.00PM

5.30 - 6.30PM

STORIES IN THE TENT

7.00PM

8.00PM

9.00PM

10.00PM

11.00PM

9.30 - 10.30PM

SLIGHTLY SPOOKY STORIES


DAY P 53

FAMILY FUN

4-8 YRS CRAFT TENT

GAMES TENT

11.00AM - 12.00PM

FRIENDSHIP TREE AND CRAFT BAGS 12.00 - 1.00PM

HATS AND BOATS PAPER CRAFTS 1.00 - 2.00PM

MAKE A WAND

12.00 - 2.00PM

GAMES

2.00 - 3.00PM

DECORATE A BANDANA 3.00 - 4.00PM

RAUCOUS RUMPUS MUSIC TIME

2.30 - 3.30PM

DEMORGAN ART WORKSHOP

4.00 - 5.00PM

SCRATCH ART 5.00 - 6.00PM

GIVE IT A GO MUSIC WORKSHOP

6.30 - 10.30PM

GAMES


SATU P 54

23 SATURDAY

EMMA'S CRAFTY KIDS

WALK THE LINES

9.00AM

10.00AM

9.00 - 11.00AM

PAPIER MACHÉ

11.00AM

12.00PM

11.30AM - 12.30PM

PICTURE BOXES

1.00PM 12.30 - 3.00PM

2.00PM

WOOL PICTURE

3.00PM

4.00PM

5.00PM

6.00PM

10.00 - 11.00AM

VINTAGE SELFIE EXPERIENCE

1.00 - 2.00PM STORY TIME

THE ISLAND STORIES PT 1

3.00 - 3.30PM FESTIVAL EXPLORATION 3.30 - 5.00PM

AIR DRY CLAY POTS & TILES 5.00 - 6.00PM STORY TIME

THE ISLAND STORIES PT 2

7.00PM

8.00PM

9.00PM

10.00PM

11.00PM

9.30 - 10.30PM

SLIGHTLY SPOOKY STORIES


URDAY P 55

FAMILY FUN

4-8 YRS CRAFT TENT

GAMES TENT

9.00 - 10.00AM

FRIENDSHIP TREE AND CRAFT BAGS 10.00 - 11.00AM

HATS AND BOATS PAPER CRAFTS

9.30 - 10.30AM

MOSAIC WORKSHOP

11.00AM - 12.00PM

GLASS ART

12.00 - 1.00PM

DECORATE A BANDANA

11.00AM - 2.00PM

GAMES

2.00 - 3.00PM

MAKE A WAND OR KITE 3.00 - 4.00PM

HULLABALOO MUSIC TIME 4.00 - 5.00PM

2.30 - 3.20PM

ZOETROPE WORKSHOP

SCRATCH ART

4.00 - 10.30PM

GAMES


SUN P 56

24 SUNDAY

EMMA'S CRAFTY KIDS

WALK THE LINES

9.00AM

10.00AM

9.00 - 11.00AM

PAPIER MACHÉ

11.00AM

12.00PM

1.00PM

10.00 - 11.00AM

VINTAGE SELFIE EXPERIENCE

11.30AM - 1.20PM

AIR DRY CLAY POTS

1.00 - 2.00PM

2.00PM

PIRATES!

1.30 - 3.00PM

WOOL PICTURES 3.00PM 3.00 - 3.30PM

4.00PM

5.00PM

6.00PM

7.00PM

8.00PM

9.00PM

10.00PM

11.00PM

3.30 - 4.40PM

RAG RUG SAMPLERS

TREASURE HUNT!

5.00 - 6.00PM STORY TIME

THE VIKING MOLE & OTHER STORIES


NDAY P 57

FAMILY FUN

4-8 YRS CRAFT TENT

GAMES TENT

9.00 - 10.00AM

FRIENDSHIP TREE AND CRAFT BAGS 10.00 - 11.00AM

MAKE A WAND

9.30- 10.30AM

MOSAIC WORKSHOP

11.00AM - 12.00PM

HULLABALOO MUSIC TIME 12.00 - 1.00PM

GLASS ART

11.00AM - 2.00PM

GAMES

1.00 - 2.00PM

DECORATE A BANDANA 2.00 - 3.00PM

HATS AND BOATS PAPER CRAFTS 3.00 - 4.00PM

2.30 - 3.20PM

DEMORGAN ART WORKSHOP

HULLABALOO MUSIC TIME 4.00 - 5.00PM

SCRAT​C​H ART 4.00 - 7.30PM

GAMES


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