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Friday, 1 June 2018

Bicester Festival 2018




Saturday 16th June

Events will take place in Market Square, Sheep Street, Old Place Yard and the OYAP StudiO2 (on the former St Edburg’s School site).  You can look forward to local performing arts groups, the family theatre Squashbox and interactive shows from Zest Theatre* on the Market Square stage from 12pm finishing with Reggae on the Rocks at 7.15pm.
Sheep street will have a market, provided by OneBicester, exhibitions and workshops in the Methodist Church Hall as well as street performances including Rogue Play aerialists and Rimski’s Piano Bassicale.    Rogue Play will also be conducting a one-hour aerialist workshop*.  Old Place Yard will have a tented participatory theatre performance, Le Flea*, as well as artwork all around the old dovecote and an opportunity to learn and share more about Bicester’s history and heritage.  Both areas will have activities from 10am until 4pm
In readiness for the finale event on the Sunday, OYAP will be running free kite-making workshops as well as dream-catcher workshops* and exhibitions throughout the day.

Sunday 17th June

The festival culminates at Whitelands Farm playing fields with a professional kite flying team demonstration and community kite fly event.  You are invited to bring along a picnic and a kite to join in.  Rimski’s Piano and Bassicle will be touring the fields and Bicester Concert Band will play out the festival from about 2.30pm.
*Pre-booking for ticketed events will be available onsite on the day