Festivals

Lost In The Trees: 2000 Trees 2019

Trebuchet sets out to break our 2000 Trees virginity with their excellent 2019 instalment....

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No Plastic – Folking Fantastic

Returning this year with an ‘Outstanding’ A Greener Festival Award, Cambridge Folk Festival today furthers its sustainability commitment and announces the ban on single use plastics. ...

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Cool As Folk – Cambridge Folk Festival 2018

ambridge Folk Festival 2018 poured the perfect mix with the extended weekend getting off to a flying start on Thursday with the fast and wild trashgrass of Whiskey Shivers. With a lead singer...

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Sexy As Folk – Cambridge Folk Festival 2018

With headliners First Aid Kit and Patti Smith, Cambridge Folk Festival has become far more than a meeting of beardy real ale connoisseurs with pewter tankards and mandolins....

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Cambridge Folk Festival 2018 Is On The Shimmering Horizon

Trebuchet could not countenance summer without the Cambridge Folk Festival. At the curational helm of 2018’s vaunted cross-pollination with Newport folk fest is Rhiannon Giddens, whose Baez-like...

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A Grand Day Out At Camden Rocks

Team Trebuchet visit a few of our favourite Camden haunts to soak in this year's Camden Rocks....

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Diary of a Pop Punk kid – the team behind Pop Punk Pile Up 2018

Upstart young festival Pop Punk Pile Up take us through what their debut year has in store for the UK's Alternative scene....

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Dartmouth Films Presents Lost in Vagueness

The never-before-told story of the rise and fall of Lost Vagueness at Glastonbury Festival, and its maverick founder, Roy Gurvitz....

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Loitered Lens: Country to Country 2018 Launch

Photographic highlights of the Country to Country 2018 launch event...

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Boots and Buckles at the Country to Country 2018 Launch Party

The Country to Country (C2C) 2018 launch was an event in itself. ...

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Frieze London International Art Fair 2017

Subverting, and sometimes satisfying expectations, Frieze returns to London...

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Loitered Lens: Presence Autochtone 2017

Scenes from stage and Street at Montreal's Presence Autochtone festival...

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What Does Dignity Taste Of? Présence Autochtone 2017

As cultural expressions, food sit proudly alongside painting at Presence Autochtone...

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Loitered Lens: Cambridge Folk Festival 2017

Some folk is more funky than others. Cambridge Folk Festival Photos...

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Pensive Moods, Poignant Scenes: Shannon Te Ao

Disparate narratives for emotive contemplation at this year’s Edinburgh Art Festival...

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Loitered Lens: Great British Tattoo Show (Part Two)

Needles, inkguns, rubber and balm - colourful scenes from Alexander Palace...

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Cambridge Folk Festival 2017

As ever, outstanding in its field....

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Cambridge Folk Festival Twins With Newport

Two titans of the folk festival landscape team up across the Atlantic...

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Waiting on the Sun (Jule Vera)

While Jule Vera wait for summer, the listener waits for an original hook....

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Loitered Lens: Womadelaide 2017

After 25 years, Womadelaide still surprises. Photos from 2017's edition...

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Slippers and Chardonnay Time? (Womadelaide Epilogue)

25 years of festivals proves that, despite grumbles from the old 'uns, Womadelaide knows best....

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Grey Monday (More Blue Rinse than Blue Skies): Womadelaide

Kids waving flags, fruitbats cackling and an improvisational spin at Womadelaide...

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Sci-Fi London: Film, Music, Literature and Canine Cosplay #SFL17

Ten days of sci-fi film, live music, immersive experiences and more...

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Sunday Sparkles Sweetly in the Rain (Womadelaide 2017)

Every festival draws a downpour - even in Southern Australia. Womadelaide's dreich day....

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Sore Feet and Shambolic Frontmen at Womadelaide

The scale and extent of Womadelaide can be punishing. Happily, the entertainment is worth the pain....

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Womadelaide Walkies: Saturday Footmash

Can an old fella still handle festivals? Fruitbats and foot care at Womadelaide...

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Womadelaide Walkabout (Part Three)

Clashes, odd formatting and muscle twinges get put aside for Oumou Sangare at Womadelaide...

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Fight Fire with Fire: Cie Carabosse at Womadelaide (Interview)

Cie Carabosse go beyond firepots and flashworks with their Exodus of Forgotten Peoples installation...

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Womadelaide Walkabout: Friday Flashbacks

Starting hot, WOMADelaide got hotter still with the activist politics of Ana Tijoux and the Slavic blues of Warsaw Village Band...

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WOMADelaide Walkabout, Part One.

A quarter century in, does WOMADelaide still deliver?...

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