Sunday 3 June - The Broadway, Winchester
FREE ENTRY OPEN TO ALL!!
**Homegrown talent to entertain you**
**Street Entertainment all day long**
We will have interactive workshops and live entertainment all day long for all the family and will finish with a spectacular patriotic finale, so pack a picnic and your Union Jacks and head to The Broadway from 12pm onwards!
Come along and make a crown ready for the Street Party celebrations on Sunday. We will be in The Courtyard in Guildhall Winchester from 12pm until 3pm. It's FREE to pop in with the kids anytime, and all materials are provided!
Are you or a friend a local visual artist?
We want you to help us capture the day and interpret Jubilate events in your own style. We would love for you to them submit them to be part of our exhibition running from July - December 2012 in Guildhall Winchester.
Blue Apple Theatre presents high quality theatre, dance and film by people with learning disabilities. They are currently touring their new take on HAMLET across the South.
Pensive scientist Mercival and her ungainly assistant, Bile are two mysterious, mind reading travellers...
Hannah enjoys the idea of capturing important moments in time and history that would otherwise be forgotten.
Dan Luxton and Brendan Way have put together a sketch show. This is it. God save the Queen!
Riskology Radcliffe is a musician who has built a reputation as a unique diverse artist...
Sophie is a very talented, classically trained singer who will be performing at the closing celebrations of the Street Party.
The Dreamachine was first invented by Artist Brion Gysin in 1960 & consists of a light bulb, a shade with cut outs &a turntable...
Madame Heather offers to present a little gloom into your life by her humorous telling of your future misfortune...
Denmead Brass are a traditional brass band, based in the Hampshire village of Denmead.
Foundation Music is a thriving network of staff and students from the University of Winchester plus others from the wider community who enjoy making music through a raft of activities.
Come and see young street dancers take to the stage and show off their moves. Featuring some of our best street dance crews and maybe even some cheerleaders!
With notable influences spanning soul, jazz, blues & folk, singer/pianist Rebecca Dale is often likened to the late Eva Cassidy. She brings a unique soulful interpretation of popular songs across a variety of genres.
Walkabout magic and cards tricks to entertain those at table during pre-show in concert hall.
Tea Ladies sweep through the streets to supply an explosive and surreal teatime for everyone to enjoy! Taste buds will be tingling at the sight of this eccentric ensemble who are as fabulous and fruity as the cake they eat.
A variety of solo walkabout and static performances straight from projects developed by University of Winchester Street Arts students.
Daniel has a variety of hard to ignore 10ft walkabout characters from a clown to a chimney sweep and even a patrolling police man!
For Chords Sake is a male harmony quartet from Winchester, who perform at events, fairs and clubs singing traditional Barbershop songs.
Red is a character dressed entirely in red clothing attempting to hide
himself with society.
A pop acoustic singer-songwriter performing catchy and melodic songs that will have you humming along after on listen.
Stars ITV documentary 'The Choir That Rocks', this performance involves over 80 Rock Choir members from Hampshire, singing uplifting numbers from a feel good repertoire.
That Dixie Feeling is a small brass, woodwind, guitar and percussion ensemble performing a varied repertoire of Dixieland and New Orleans style street jazz.
The day’s official, unofficial tour bus for the event so come rest your legs, take in the sights and enjoy the hilarious, memorable and completely free tour of a lifetime.