North Yorkshire's Deer Shed Festival which happens from Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd July 2017. has announced its line-up of comedy.
On the bill are Hal Cruttenden (Saturday), John Shuttleworth (Friday), plus Justin Moorhouse, Ivo Graham, Josh Howie, Bec Hill, Tom Parry, Sarah Bennetto, Scummy Mummies, Nick Doody, Edd Hedges, Patrick Monahan, Dan Nightingale, and Hannah Silvester.
In addition to those above, there's also the following funnies within the 'theatre & shows' line-up, with Noise Next Door, presenting the 'The Really, Really Good Afternoon Show' which is suitable for all ages, Jarred Christmas, Toby Hadoke, and Keith Farnan.
They join the previously confirmed acts which include headliners Teenage Fanclub, Kate Tempest, & The Divine Comedy, plus Honeyblood, Ibibio Sound Machine, Arab Strap, Cabbage, and many more, with more still to be announced. For all the details so far please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, with an adult (16+) weekend ticket is currently priced at £135, a teen (aged 11 - 15 years) weekend ticket is priced at £45, child (aged 6 - 10 years) weekend ticket is priced at £45, child (aged 3 - 5 years) weekend ticket is priced at £10, toddler (aged 0-2 years) is free. Free camping is included. Prices include booking fees. Weekend campervan & caravan pass is priced at £50, add £15 for awning or tent. Car parking £10.
All the kids activities and workshops free of charge.
Deer Shed Festival offers a main stage with second acoustic stage in the Deer Shed itself, plus plenty of clean toilets and baby changing facilities. There will be a main bar as well as a cocktail bar, a large food tent with seating and high chairs. As well as the music the event offers vintage art and craft stalls, kids tent and outside play area, and will have a welfare and first aid tent.
The Arts programme includes cinema, PG-rated comedy, commissioned theatre, artists at work, illustrators, graffiti artists, spoken word, circus, cabaret, storytelling, and more usually centred around the theme.
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