Festival No 6 festival news : Jeremy Deller’s ‘So Many Ways to Hurt You’ Screening

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We’re delighted to welcome Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller to No.6. We’ll be screening his amazing film ‘So Many Ways to Hurt You’ about legendary Welsh glam wrestler Adrian Street, who will also be joining us for a Q&A.

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1 years ago

Festival Number 6

We're delighted to announce that we've been nominated for Best Medium Festival in the UK Festival Awards. If you agree please spare a moment to vote, it only takes a few minutes bit.ly/voteFN6 ...

Were delighted to announce that weve been nominated for Best Medium Festival in the UK Festival Awards. If you agree please spare a moment to vote, it only takes a few minutes http://bit.ly/voteFN6

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I’ll vote right up until 11pm and then I’m pulling the plug. But I’ll continue to think about voting whilst playing records in my room really loudly until 3am. How does that sound? #thethe

Done

Louise Adams x

Can't believe how downsized it was this year sad really I've seen it grow then get smaller and smaller .

Voted already. Please return to Portmeirion! No. 6 is absolutely magical.

I thought it was all over.

Well done hopefully you will carry on 👍

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE come back festival (No.6) XXX. The best few days of chillin drinkin people watching awesome food and a great vibe and a totally AWESOME FESTIVAL!!! Knocks spots of the rest 🤘🏻

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1 years ago

Festival Number 6

Did you find the Chinese Lake, hidden deep in 70 acres of exotic woodlands? ...

Did you find the Chinese Lake, hidden deep in 70 acres of exotic woodlands?

1 years ago

Festival Number 6

After their stripped back, acoustic performance at the Central Piazza with Joe Duddell and the No.6 Ensemble, The Charlatans took to Stage No.6 to showcase their archive of iconic hits... ...

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Awesome 😊

This was fabulous. Alas we need to know the future of NO 6 not the past.

Rachael

Both performances were amazing 😍

Amazing performance - my highlight x

Both performances were amazing 🙂

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1 years ago

Festival Number 6

We're proud to call Portmeirion our home for the past seven years... ...

Were proud to call Portmeirion our home for the past seven years...

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Best festy I ever went to in 2015 (or maybe it was 2016)... & I was at the 1st Glastonbury & Isle of Wight ones! But it wasn't for the music (I'd only heard of 2 of the headliners: Grace Jones & Morrisey) but for the setting & atmosphere. Highlights for me were the poet Mike Garry, the interview with the late Howard Marks & the screening premier of Under Milkwood. However my memories are twinged with anger as my smartphone (with all the fabulous photos I'd taken) was stolen & 3 of my tyres were vandalised with nails while parked - which cost me an additional total of £450! 🙁

Run it for a whole week, headliners Fri, Sat & Sun. Give everyone time to mooch around the village and woods without running off to see acts 😊

It was perfect, let’s do it again

Kevin mermaid town

My home too xxxxxxx

Love, love, love this place, lots of amazing times and such fond memories 2014-2018, please come back xxx

The Stone Boat terrace will always be my spiritual home - Good Times

Please come back for 2020 please xxx

Couldn't get a more stunning location for a festival 😎

Cassandra Moyo

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1 years ago

Festival Number 6

We were lucky enough to have Steve and Gillian from New Order introduce the world premiere of the Sky Arts film New Order: Decades. If you missed our premiere, the feature length film is shown on Sky Arts tonight at 9pm. ...

We were lucky enough to have Steve and Gillian from New Order introduce the world premiere of the Sky Arts film New Order: Decades. If you missed our premiere, the feature length film is shown on Sky Arts tonight at 9pm.Image attachment
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