Festival Eye Garden Party - CANCELLED 2008

Friday 25th to Sunday 27th July 2008
Bowood House, Wiltshire, UK MAP
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last updated: Thu 17th Jul 2008

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

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The Festival Eye Garden Party is the new name for what was billed as Perfect Day Festival and Garden Party and is held at Bowood House in Wiltshire from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th July and offers great entertainment for the whole family.

There will be a music programme, however the format is yet to be finalised. All the original entertainment billed for Perfect Day is expected to still be there, so expect a Big Top cabaret, circus, comedy club, fun fair, green fayre, sideshows, hot air balloon rides (weather permitting!), food and drink, our very own pub-The Welcome Arms, and even pukka loos!

There are no confirmed acts for this event, and all music for programming for the Perfect Day event have been cancelled.

The event will still also include The Comedy Box which presents comedians hand picked from the comedy circuit and a new act taking to the stage every 30 mins, with no breaks for 8 hours. Britain's original burlesque experts, The Ministry of Burlesque, will be bringing their uproarious revue of witty cabaret and frisky performances to the festival.

There will also be a Traditional English Garden Party serving cream teas in the Alice in Wonderland tea tent, playing games of croquet or giant chess with the beautiful back drop of Bowood House.

At the Enchanted Green Fayre there will be an Eco-Forum with guest speakers and talks, green arts and crafts, Chai shops, childrens's workshops, tipis and yurts, and renewable energy resources, all set alongside Bowood's lake.

Plus sideshows, facepainting, storytelling, fire labyrinth, walkabout artists, circus charity auctions and special guests.

Tickets prices for this new event are yet to be confirmed.

More information will be here when available.

Friday 25th to Sunday 27th July 2008
Bowood House, Wiltshire, UK MAP
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last updated: Thu 17th Jul 2008


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