Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival news: BELLADRUM JOINS FUN PALACES WEEKEND OF ACTION…
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🤹♀️🎸BELLADRUM JOINS FUN PALACES WEEKEND OF ACTION🎪🎻
This weekend will see Fun Palaces popping up in communities up and down the country and Belladrum will be taking part sharing highlights from our virtual festival which took place earlier this year across our social media channels.
On Friday 2nd October there will be a musical highlights show featuring a selection of some of the finest artists from the Highlands and firm festival favourites. Joining us are rhythmnreel who have closed the Thursday night Grassroots stage for a number of years; Torridon, an act who have played almost every stage of the festival over the years including leading the mass singalong to close the festival every year; up and coming Cromarty singer-songwriter Tamzene; and the energetic trad folk group Hò-rò.
Then Saturday the 3rd October will see a show featuring a host of family craft and entertainment featuring some of Bella’s favourite groups. The line up features, our very own Fairy Mound & Festival Parade at Belladrum Wee Stories for Wee Ones, a Sock Puppet making workshop with Trapeze Entertainment, not one but two magic shows from Bella regulars, from Dean Spruce Magician , and Hopscotch Magic, a flag magic workshop from the Aigas Field Centre, live music from the legendary Mr Boom, and storytelling from High Life Highland's Bookbug project.
Simply log on to Belladrum’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages this weekend and follow the links to get involved and join in the fun!
Fun Palaces – sharing skills, connecting communities, creating tiny revolutions
Fun Palaces supports communities to lead their own cultural community events, encouraging people throughout the UK and internationally to create a local Fun Palace, sharing the skills and passions of community members, whether they are experts or enthusiasts.
Since 2014 there have been 1758 Fun Palaces made by over 40,000 local people in 15 nations with over 560,000 people taking part. Supporting local people to lead by sharing their own skills is key to the campaign, giving neighbours a chance to meet up and learn from each other, creating tiny revolutions of community connection.
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