An exuberant urban reinterpretation of the traditional village fete, where the usual stalls and vegetable competitions are peopled by a riotous range of avant garde artists, crazy craft-makers and provocative produce, with performances and activities for all the family.
You'll find music from Cut and Shine and Transsiberian Marching, cucumber sandwich throwing with The Chap Olympics, Ladidah's 1940s exercise routine and wheelchair square dancing with The Rhinestone Rollers – all under the watchful gaze of your host, Paul L Martin.
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