VIDEO: Adur Festival 2014 launch

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THE Adur Festival 2014 programme was launched at Ropetackle Arts Centre last week.

Many of those involved gave a taste of what is to come and there was a mix of musical performances.

The head of the river beast that will extend across Adur Ferry Bridge

The head of the river beast that will extend across Adur Ferry Bridge

The Scheme, a band from Shoreham Allstars, will also be playing on the main stage at the Beach Dreams Festival in June.

Maria Dance and Leo Gibbs, who will be running a busking slot at the Shoreham street party on May 24 from 2pm to 6pm, sang one of their own songs.

Brighton a capella group Decibelle sang their version of Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean.

Friends of Shoreham Fort gave a moving presentation focusing on world war one to promote their Military History Weekend on June 7 and 8.

There were also speeches by Adur East Lions Club, which has its annual donkey derby and classic vehicle rally on June 8; Shoreham WordFest, which has placed poems around town; Dan Belton from Lancing Library, which has a special festival storytime for children; and Kim Adele Fuller from Adur Art Trail, which showed the head of a river beast which will hopefully extend the length of the Adur Ferry Bridge.

Read more in Thursday’s Shoreham Herald and Lancing Herald.

 

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