ULLEY ARTS FESTIVAL PROGRAMME

May 21, 2019 − by Admin − in Uncategorized − 2 Comments

The programme of events and activities for the Arts Festival weekend in Ulley Country Park is as follows:-

FRIDAY 28th JUNE at 7pm

IAN McMILLAN + LUKE CARVER GOSS  “Between You and Me”

Poet, broadcaster & comedian Ian McMillan and Olympic composer Luke Carver Goss present a hilarious night of words, music & breath-taking comedy, featuring songs, stories and a musical created out of thin air! Performing in The Spillway Marquee.

TICKETS – £10 Adult  £4 under 16

SATURDAY 29th June

Official Opening at 11am by Councillor Sarah Allen, Cabinet Member for Cleaner Greener Communities
PERFORMANCES IN THE SPILLWAY
  • 11.15 – Aston All Saints Primary School
  • 11.40 – City of Sheffield Pipe Band
  • 12.00 – Clifton Community School
  • 12.30 – City of Sheffield Pipe Band
  • 13.00 – Rotherham African Drummers
  • 13.30 – Aston Hall Primary School
  • 14.30 – Aston Academy
  • 15.15 The Magnificent Mr Kai Circus Skills

SUNDAY 30th June

PERFORMANCES IN THE SPILLWAY
  • 11.00 – South Yorkshire Police Band
  • 12.45 – Scuppered Folk Group
  • 2pm       SING THE SONGS FROM MAMMA MIA

An exciting participation event for everyone of all singing ability led by Tara from TSA Vocals

Tickets – £5 for adults £2 under 16

FREE ACTIVITIES IN THE PARK ALL WEEKEND

In the Visitors Centre
  • Pottery with Caroline Lee
  • Storytelling with Kate O’Brien
  • Insect art with Kate Taylor
  • Printing with Joan Knight (Saturday)
  • Watercolour with John Morris (Sunday)
  • Pebble painting
Around the Park
  • Exhibition by Ulley Art Group
  • Display of Schools Artwork
  • Children’s Miniature Garden Competition – Judging at 2.30pm
  • Ann’s Wildlife Trail
  • ‘This is My Park’  – Poetry boxes
  • Story Treasure Trail
  • James Brunt Natural Art




2 Comments

  1. Julia Blackburn
    June 28, 2019 8:57 pm

    Hi… Are dogs allowed in thanks

    • Dogs are allowed in the Park. We hope they will be kept under control and not frighten the wildlife. Any mess should be cleaned up and put in the bins provided.

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