Outside:Inside Festival 2011

Saturday 9th to Saturday 30th July 2011
Reading town centre, Berkshire, England MAP
£75 for all, or various depending upon event
last updated: Fri 22nd Jul 2011

Outside:Inside Festival is billed as a 'pop-up festival' and takes place from Saturday 9th until Saturday 30th July 2011 in Reading's town centre.

Line-up

See bottom of this listing for full details. The Fall, DJ Derek, Pete and the Pirates, Hayseed Dixie, Beardyman, dan le sac, Hype, Dutch Uncles, Serial Killaz, Paris Suit Yourself, Losers, JFB, Kid Carpet, Aloosh, Tom Williams and the Boat, Tall Ships, Pure Reason Revolution, The Disablists, Misty’s Big Adventure, Erland & The Carnival, Three Trapped Tigers, and La Shark. Stages will be curated by some of the country's premier promoters, including Skint Mondays, We All Live & Die and BBC introducing.

Tickets

An all event ticket is priced at £75. Individual event ticket prices vary depending upon event. To buy tickets, then, click here.

Venues

Events will literally 'pop-up' all over Reading's town centre with its landscape transformed by the opening of previously undiscovered areas, with more diverse buildings, bigger bands and eclectic cuisine. Pop-up venues, cinemas, theatres and restaurants will spring out from courtyards, closed shops, empty office spaces, churches, bars, venues, and open green spaces across the month of July.

Accommodation

This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.

More information will be here when available.

Saturday 9th July
Pop Up Day! Various
Age: All Ages (except Purple Turtle, Sub89 and O’Neill’s – over 18 only)
Individual Price: £10 early bird. £15 thereafter. Kids free when accompanied by an adult

THE CHURCH (St Laurence Church) Hosted by Monkeysuit– Papa Jules (12.45) / Monkeysuit DJ (13.45) / Quiet Quiet Band (14.30) / Spring Offensive (16.00) / A Genuine Freakshow (17.30) / Tall Ships (18.45) / Bearsuit (20.00) / Tom Williams and the Boat (21.15)

THE OLD BOOZER (The Coopers Arms) – Munich (16.45) / Midimidis (18.00) / Wild Palms (19.30) / Paris Suit Yourself (20.45) / Tripwires (21.45) / La Shark (22.30)

THE OAKFORD SOCIAL CLUB – Chewing Gum Weekend (15.15) / Gabrielle Aplin (17.00) / Fever Fever (18.45) / Club Da Mammouth DJs (19.45) / Mine Our Arc (20.30) / Club Da Mammouth DJs (21.30) / Sister Gracie (22.15) / Club Da Mammouth DJs (23.15) / Man Like Me (00.00)
PURPLE TURTLE – Lights (16.00) / Jazz Morley (17.15) / The Laurel Collective (18.30) / Circus Sands (20.00) / The Noyze (21.45) / Trolley Boy and the Mystere (23.30)
O’NEILL’S – Alexandra Legouix (13.45) / Magpie & The Thieves (15.30) / Zemmy (17.15) / Jazz Morley (19.00) / Spring Offensive (20.00) / Bill Fadden & The Rhythmbusters (22.30)

Film: Cinema featuring Goggleheads International Independent Film Festival with Q&A sessions (all day / Kings Walk)
Art: Mirren Kessling presents (all day / The Walk)
Theatre: Hogarth Productions’ Experimental Improvised Theatre (all day / town centre), Motley Crew (17.15 / The George Courtyard)
Spoken Word: Poejazzi (14.30 / The George Courtyard)
Comedy: Paul Sweeny (19.00 / The George Courtyard) / The Situational Event Company Comedy Club (20.00 / The George Courtyard) Josh Howie (21.45 / The George Courtyard)

Sunday 10th July
The Fall, Paris Suit Yourself (19.00) at Sub89, Friar Street, Reading
Age: Over 18
Individual Price: £20 in advance

Cinema: Drew Cullingham will be showing his film, ‘Umbrage’, with a Q&A Session (17.00) at Pitcher & Piano. Age: Over 18, Individual Price: £7 in advance

Wednesday 13th July
Beardyman, JFB, Dan Le Sac vs Ibetya (19.00) at Sub89, Friar Street, Reading
Age: Over 18
Individual Price: £15 in advance

Thursday 14th July
Hayseed Dixie plus support (19.00) at Sub89, Friar Street, Reading
Age: Over 18
Price: £14 in advance

Saturday 16th July
Kind of Village Fete at Forbury Hill AKA ‘Vintage Hill’, Reading town centre
Age: All Ages
Individual Price: Free

BANDSTAND – Musikissimo (14.00) / Secret Gig (15.45) / Secret Gig (17.30) / Lympopo Groove (19.15) / Misty’s Big Adventure (21.00)
VINTAGE HILL (Fornbury Hill) - Richie Carbon vs Audio Courgette Soundtrack (12.15) / Bill Fadden’s Vintage Set (14.30) / Toiletboy (16.45) / DJ Andy Smith (19.00)

Film: Cinema featuring Goggleheads International Independent Film Festival with Q&A sessions (all day / Kings Walk) including Night Dragon by Tim Biddiscombe, Subconscious by Chris Petropoulous and Understanding Jane by Caleb Lindsay
Art: jelly’s local artist showcase: Zoe Vargas’ Plaster Art, Louise Patey’s installation, Arty Giraffe, Charlotte Whiteford’s Windmill Installation,Vikki Aust’s KoOdles and jelly Workshop (Forbury Gardens)
Theatre: Hogarth Productions’ Street Theatre (all day / Vintage Hill)
Food & Drink: Pop up restaurants and food village on ‘Vintage Hill’ -– Loch Fyne Oyster and Champagne Bar / Picnic BBQ / La Tasca Paella / Jeff’s Ice Creams / Pizza Express’ Salad Express / Mauritian Food Co / Does Food / Urban Grind
Fashion: Vintage Market on ‘Vintage Hill’ featuring bunting, retro DJs on vintage stereos, The Vintageneue Tiny Traveller’s beautifully styled caravan of vintage treats
Family Fun: Swing ball, inflatable bouncy castle and assault course, face painting, art workshop, juggling and ceramic painting

Thursday 21st July
DJ, Hype and Serial Killaz, with MC’s GQ and IC3 (21.00) at Sub89, Friar Street, Reading
Age: Over 18
Price: £8.50 in advance

Saturday 23rd July
Pop Up Day! Various
Age: All Ages (except Purple Turtle, Sub89 and O’Neill’s – over 18s only)
Individual Price: £10 early bird. £15 thereafter. Kids free when accompanied by an adult

THE CHURCH (St Laurence Church) Hosted by Black & White Music – Dan Pattison (13.45) / Melodica, Melody & Me (15.15) / Amy’s Ghost (16.45) / The Epstein (18.15) / Alessi’s Ark (19.45) / Summer Camp (21.15)
THE OLD BOOZER (The Coopers Arms) – Johnny Arrow & The Cheap day Returns (15.00) / Attention Thieves (16.30) / Kid Carpet (17.45) / Screama Ballerina (19.00) / The Last Republic (20.15) / Flashguns (21.15) / Mighty Mouse (22.30)
THE OAKFORD SOCIAL CLUB – Victoria (16.15) / Vices (17.30) / Peers (19.00) / Martin Creed (20.30) / Dutch Uncles (22.00) / The Phoenix Foundation (23.30)
PURPLE TURTLE – Will Tun and the Wasters (15.15) / Screama Ballerina (16.45) / Victoria (18.15) / Kamikaze Test Pilots (19.45) / Vices (21.15) / Left Step Band (22.30)
O'NEILL'S – 13D (16.00) / Will Tun & The Wasters (17.30) / From 2D (19.00) / Kremlins (20.30) / Dolly and the Clothes Pegs (22.00) / The Quotes (23.15)
THE GEORGE COURTYARD – Silent Disco (14.30 & 20.30) / Peers (15.15) / Wave Department (16.45) / Aloosh (18.00) / Dolly and the Clothes Pegs (19.30) / Pope Joan (21.15)

Spoken Word: Poejazzi (12.45 / The George Courtyard)
Art: jelly’s local artist showcase: Vicky Vergou’s Language Box (Market Place gazebo and talk in the screen room)
Film: Cinema featuring Goggleheads International Independent Film Festival with Q&A sessions (all day / Kings Walk)
Theatre: Hogarth Productions’ Street Theatre (all day / town centre)

Martin Rushent Tribute at Sub89, Friar Street, Reading.
Does It Offend You, Yeah? DJ set at The Oakford Social Club.

Friday 29th July
Hotel Pop Up Day at Pentahotel, Oxford Road, Reading
Age: All Ages
Individual Price: from £20 in advance
DANCE STAGE – Audio Courgette (18.00) / The Drop (20.00) / Junkyard Scientists (22.00) / The Nextmen feat MC Wrec (00.00) / Dutty Moonshine (02.00) / outside:inside DJs (04.00)
ALTERNATIVE CULTURE STAGE– Richie Carbon (19.00) / The Disablists (21.00) / Trombosis (23.00) / Count Skylarkin (01.00)

Saturday 30th July
Killa Kela and Trip dedicated to Martin Rushent at 5pm, followed at 6pm-7.30pm by Martin Rushent's 'Dubai Retrospect' set performed by friends and family at the Penta Hotel.

Hotel Pop Up Day at Pentahotel, Oxford Road, Reading
Age: All Ages
Individual Price: from £20 in advance COURTYARD STAGE – Skangsters (14.30) / Benin City (17.00) / Worship (19.00) / Goldheart Assembley (20.30) / Erland & The Carnival (22.00)
DANCE STAGE – We All Live And Die (16.00) / Martin Rushent Tribute DJ Set (18.00) / Casper C (20.30) / Drums of Death (22.00) / Boy8Bit (00.00) / Radioactive Man (02.00) / Matt Sever (04.00)

Film: Goggleheads Independent International Film Festival Finalists (15.30 / Alternative Culture Stage) / Paul Hills showing ‘Do Elephants Pray’ including Q&A session (19.00 / Alternative Culture Stage) / Live film soundtracks including Matt Sever, Elsewhere, Ibetya and Jac Bon Cochon (22.30 / Alternative Culture Stage)

All Weekend
Art: jelly’s local artist showcase: Kara Dennis’ Plant Tray Culture, Cara Jade Mason’s Home Sweet Home (Pentahotel)
Theatre: Poetry Police by Hogarth Productions


Saturday 9th to Saturday 30th July 2011
Reading town centre, Berkshire, England MAP
£75 for all, or various depending upon event
last updated: Fri 22nd Jul 2011


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