After a year out in 2020, Sea Change returns as a one day event to present a full day of music, film and conversation on Saturday 28th August 2021 in various venues across Totnes town, with programming across unique venues in the town to include; St Mary’s Church, the Totnes Cinema, The Barrel House Ballroom and The BulI Inn.
The first acts confirmed are White Flowers, JOHN, Anna B Savage, The Orielles, Anna Phoebe, Breathe Panel, DJxKWF, and Heavenly Records. There's more to be announced.
For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets are priced £39.99 per person and this will be exchanged on the day for a wristband that enables you access to all four venues throughout the event. + There are no child or young person tickets, but under 12s can attend for free (but must be accompanied by an adult at all times).
The idea of this event is that although there will likely be some elements of social distancing in place that may affect capacity, the programming runs concurrently across all of the spaces so that you can always find something thrilling to be part of.
The festival is programmed with loads of interesting events across the weekend.
MIRRY: From The Shadows Into The Light, will be an installation and live experience (with musicians Tom Fraser and Simon Tong) that dives into the magical music and archives of Mirabel "Mirry" Lomer.
White Rabbit Books will be in conversation with Jeff Barrett and Robin Turner and author Roy Wilkinson about 'Believe In Magic' (charting the first thirty years of Heavenly Recordings) and Gordon Burn Prize winning author David Keenan, who will be talking about his masterly fifth novel, Monument Maker.
This year's event sees The Bull Inn host intimate events and bring festival food to Totnes.
More information will be here when available.
latest on this festival
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with The Orielles, White Flowers, JOHN, Anna B Savage, Anna Phoebe, and more
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