Alfredo & LTJ Bukem topped amazing weekend of vegan food, education and entertainment; feedback very welcome
10% earlybird discount on stalls available for bookings made and paid for in full by June 30th 2015
Please share widely, thanks! Printed programmes available at £1 each at the event.
Nearly half our visitors were new to Vegfest, and 90% of our visitors are coming back next year!
Collections to be made on exit - please give generously, thanks!
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Some superb kids entertainment on hand to keep the little ones busy.
Sponsored by Moo Free Chocolates
Kids activities taking place on the Syndicate Wing on the ground floor
Floor plans here
The Captain's Beard
You may have seen Ritchie at Vegfest in past years doing his crazy contortion act. He is now back with a new fun filled children's show; full of comedy, magic, and his naughty puppet dog Mr Scruffy. Ritchie has performed all over the world as a contortionist, musician, and actor appearing on TV shows like Richard and Judy, The One Show and Britains Got Talent.
If you’ve ever been told off for playing with your food then this is the workshop for you. Jo Stephenson and Dan Woods of vegetable cultivation-based comedy show Can You Dig It? will show you how to transform the humble carrot into a musical instrument. The pair, who feature in the World Carrot Museum’s Hall of Fame, joined an elite band of British athletes when they won gold in the 2012 Carrot Olympics organised by the British Carrot Growers’ Association. This workshop is suitable for children and adults but does involve using sharp knives and tools. Young children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult. Instruments can be eaten.
Here's a video of the song "The Mysterious Cities of Gold", played on carrots - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNo1yBApVy4