Where, in Glastonbury would you expect to find a stage set up in front of an ‘80s Carpenter Classic American school bus? Here, in Glebeland, of course… Tucked away in a corner of the field, why doncha y’all come on over? The Summer House is vibrant, fun and full of the unexpected…
Here’s a little taster:
The Guns of Navarone – 12 piece Ska band playing Trojan classics through to modern ska – a must for discerning skansters Armargh Rhymers – Ritual, Mystical, Timeless. Experience age-old rituals and hear the time-tested wisdom of the ancient Celts. The BelleFleurs – Beauty, Comedy and Aural Sex: Three part close harmony versions of classics with a twist. Shakespeare’s Globe – Read Not Dead is a fast-paced theatrical experience, with director and actors rehearsing and performing scripts in a single day, unpaid and just for the love of it. Xception-Elle – have come together to provide an explosive and dynamic dance show, with a feminine but powerful twist
Faces of Disco – enjoy their unmasked irreverent take on celebrity culture, with masks. The Dance WE Made – the Record Breaking interactive dance performance that invites YOU to be the choreographer - no experience required! Maia – have described themselves as sci-fi folk evangelists! They have a radiant varied sound , stunning harmonies with a brooding sense of adventure and streaks of pop eccentricity.
Also: Mik Artistik’s Ego Trip, Men in Coats, Les Ooh La Las, Classycool, Bluff’swingueurs, Attention to Detail, Mundo Jazz
Your comperes for the weekend are: Aileen Wilkie and Ed Petri