Come and see the super spin art bike and make your own images.
Visit Great Walstead School’s super spin art bike.
Come and create a wonderful pedal powered painting to take home.
Fun for all the family.
Poi passion Kate Wright‘s enthusiastic instructors will host a colorful space and entertain visitors at the Festival.
The lively circus area will offer up to 14 different types of equipment, atmospheric circus music, interactive shows and you’re outdoors so they create a colorful space with bunting. These play areas are designed to bring circus magic and happiness to all ages and abilities!
Diabolo, Flower sticks, Poi, Staff, Hooping, Plate Spinning, Gym Ribbon, Juggling Scarves, Balls and Clubs, Monster Feet, Stilts, Pedal Racers
“This is a change to play the circus way, have fun throughout out the day “
Paul Guthrie is having an open house to showcase his new collection of work on Saturday 21st September between 10.00am and 4.00pm. Paul’s previous work has been exhibited widely and attracted buyers from all over the world. “My intention is to create vibrant, original art to lighten the space we live in.”
Lindfield Art Festival means different things to different artists and Paul Guthrie has been preparing his home and studio for the open house weekend. Taking doors off, putting in gallery style lights, fitting shutters to windows to block out daylight – not to mention painting artwork! It’s a busy and exciting time.
Paul has been experimenting with different visual states including camouflage, daylight, ultraviolet light and light emitting pigments. It’s really starting to come together and looks incredibly exciting!
Do pop along and experiment for yourself and see which lighting state you like best.
Paul’s open house is at 41 William Allen Lane on 20 Sept Friday 6-9pm AND Saturday & Sunday 10-4pm
More information about Paul’s work can be found on his website here.
There’s a cacophony of singing from Rok Skool.
First off at 1.30pm in the URC Nave is Voxy Music. A six piece vocal group, 4 ladies and 2 guys. Accapella with occasional guitars and musically directed by Hereward Kaye.
Only been going a year but storming forward, with great versions of The Chain by Fleetwood Mac and The White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army, amongst other classics. A happier or more harmonious bunch you will never find!
Neatly followed at 2.00pm by Sister Sister. A six piece A Capella and acoustic all-female vocal group with a repertoire that includes everything from Take That and Ed Sheeran to Bob Marley and The Flying Pickets, ably led by Musical Director Hereward Kaye.
The ladies are proud to have reached the Southern region finals for Gareth Malone’s TV programme the ‘Naked Choir’ and the final of ‘The One’- but mostly enjoy entertaining the people of Lindfield with their unique blend of voices and singing styles.
And last but not least at 2.30pm, The Larynx. The Larynx is the epitome of Lindfield Primary Academy’s community spirit. A PTA tour de force that started life within the playground walls. School run chatter between parents conceived the idea of an all singing, all dancing choir open to all parents, grandparents, teachers and staff . The idea proved popular and in April 2015 The Larynx was born.
Since then the choir has grown in confidence under the guidance of director Hereward Kaye. With an eclectic repertoire ranging from The Beatles to Talking Heads, this friendly neighbourhood vocal group comes with a serious health warning: listening to them may do you some good!
The best laid plans can go awry and with over 190 events to organise we have had a challenge or two. Occasionally performers, exhibitors or venues need to change. These are a few alterations as of 15th September:
Saturday 21st September
- Additional to printed programme: Lindfield Bonfire Society talk on “What if the Gunpowder Plot had Succeeded” at 12.30pm – 1.30pm in Bent Arms Function Room
- Times changed: African Drummers – 11.30am-12.15pm outside Paolinos and 12.45 -1.30pm outside the Bent Arms
- Time Changed: Lindfield Hand Bell Ringers will be in the URC Nave at 10.30am not the URC Lounge at 11am.
- Doubles performance at 3.45pm on The Common has been cancelled.
- Fitsteps Performance in the High Street at 2.30pm has been cancelled.
- Mask Making at Lindfield Art Studio 1- 2pm only
Sunday 22nd September
- The Information Point on Sunday will be outside Jackson Stops Estate Agency.
- Mask Making at Lindfield Art Studio 1- 2pm only
Work is now well underway with art boards being painted and material in the form of photographs, poems, artworks and newspaper cuttings dating back to the 1930s being provided.
Date: 16th-21st September
Time: 2.00pm – 4.00pm [Saturday 21st from 10.00am]
Venue: URC Lounge
The collage is made up of 14 art boards painted with Lindfield memories and collaged with items sent in. It will be seven metres long when installed in the Lindfield United Reformed Church for the LAF event.
The collage will be on view at the church from 16th to 21st September. Come and relive happy times in Lindfield.
Just after midnight on the 5th of November 1605, a stranger was discovered in the vaults under the House of Lords. This stranger was booted and spurred for flight and was surrounded 36 barrels of gunpowder, enough to blow up Parliament twenty times over. The man was Guy Fawkes, his discovery and arrest unravelled the greatest and most audacious conspiracy Britain has ever known, it was also the first to employ gunpowder technology.
The story of the Gunpowder Plot is fascinating, it is the “conspiracy theorist’s conspiracy”, going from daring plan to farcical collapse, it is a story full of twists and turns. Come to hear the fantastical story as told by Lindfield Bonfire Society.
Come along and enjoy an hour and a half of drawing & laughter in a welcoming, friendly atmosphere. No previous drawing experience necessary.
During this session you will learn how to cartoon & caricature the world around them. You will also be introduced to figurative drawing techniques, simple principles of form and tone which will bring their drawings to life.
All high quality materials are included and you will leave with a smile and a drawing to keep.
Booking is essential as places are limited.
Min age 5 years suitable up to 16 years old. Price £15 per child with £10 for each accompanying sibling/s. Parents are free.
To The Beat is a company that provides dance camps during the school holidays for children aged 4 to 11 in venues across East and West Sussex. The company was created in 2018 by Lucy Somerville and Terri Johnson, who both have years of knowledge and experience in the dance and children’s education sector. Their camps are jammed packed with activities from dance to art. They focus on all dance genres from urban to classical styles which are suitable for children’s development and performing needs. Your children will learn new skills, develop their movement ability and expand on creativity in a fun and safe environment. To The Beat also specialises in after school clubs and dance parties so be sure to enquire if you are interested. For more information about To The Beat please visit their Facebook page here or their website here.