Details

Friday 31st May: Soul II Soul, Toploader, The Beat, Sam Lee and Friends, Paper Aeroplanes, Clement Marfo and The Frontline, Polarsets, The Other Tribe, Mausi, Shields, Emily And The Woods, Nina Condron, Jake Watson, Lady Jane and The Black Shadows. Saturday 1st June: The Human League, Caravan Palace, Kate Nash, The Wedding Present, Lo'jo, Moulettes, Public Service Broadcasting, John Otway, Eddie and The Hotrods, Paul Ewing, Seasfire, Dems, The History Of Apple Pie, Cave Painting, Mt. Wolf, Emily Rose, Hannah Mcintyre, Newquay Times, David Richards, Joe Summers. Sunday 2nd June: Bill Bailey, Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain, Dreadzone, Craig Charles, Mr Bloom, Sadie and The Hotheads, Lucy Rose, The Dualers, Eliza And The Bear, Police Dog Hogan, Sivu, Lloyd Yates, Roo Panes, Lexx Keane and Rich Howie, Thomas Muddle, Calum Fraser Longshaw, Ksh and The Going Goods. Plus Comedy From: Rob Deering, Sol Bernstein, Chris Mcglade, Christian Steel, Nick Page, John Elston, Javier Jarquin, Carly Smallman, Alan Anderson, Lloyd Griffith, Kelly Kingham, Jon Wagstaffe, Tony Cowards, James Michael Alderson. Plus Children's Authors Including: Philip Ardagh, Ian Whybrow, John Dougherty, Shoo Rayner, Wendy Meddour, Lynne Armstrong-Hobbs, Julie Fultons, Tony Desaulles, Gemma Hastilow, Karen Langtree, Petr Horacek, Chris Edge, Jenny Smith, Caryl Hart, Jo Empson, Giles Paley Phillips.

Cast/Performers

Soul II Soul, Toploader, The Beat, Sam Lee and Friends, Paper Aeroplanes, Clement Marfo and The Frontline, Polarsets, The Other Tribe, Mausi, Shields, Emily And The Woods, Nina Condron, Jake Watson, Lady Jane and The Black Shadows, The Human League, Caravan Palace, Kate Nash, The Wedding Present, Lo'jo, Moulettes, Public Service Broadcasting, John Otway, Eddie and The Hotrods, Paul Ewing, Seasfire, Dems, The History Of Apple Pie, Cave Painting, Mt. Wolf, Emily Rose, Hannah Mcintyre, Newquay Times, David Richards, Joe Summers, Bill Bailey, Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain, Dreadzone, Craig Charles, Mr Bloom, Sadie and The Hotheads, Lucy Rose, The Dualers, Eliza And The Bear, Police Dog Hogan, Sivu, Lloyd Yates, Roo Panes, Lexx Keane and Rich Howie, Thomas Muddle, Calum Fraser Longshaw, Ksh and The Going Goods, Rob Deering, Sol Bernstein, Chris Mcglade, Christian Steel, Nick Page, John Elston, Javier Jarquin, Carly Smallman, Alan Anderson, Lloyd Griffith, Kelly Kingham, Jon Wagstaffe, Tony Cowards, James Michael Alderson, Philip Ardagh, Ian Whybrow, John Dougherty, Shoo Rayner, Wendy Meddour, Lynne Armstrong-Hobbs, Julie Fultons, Tony Desaulles, Gemma Hastilow, Karen Langtree, Petr Horacek, Chris Edge, Jenny Smith, Caryl Hart, Jo Empson, Giles Paley Phillips.
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Festival - Wychwood Festival

Festival - Wychwood Festival (Festival) production archive for QTIX code T1195543019. Details of all Festival - Wychwood Festival archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0622875947

Archive Listings

31 May 13Cheltenham Racecourse
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire

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