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Daisyfest 2016, Guildford, Surrey

Location: Glive, London Rd, Guildford, Surrey - Click for map

9 June 2016 10am -10.30pm

Daytime programme is free (some events require booking).

All Inclusive Daisy (live events from 6pm) £7
Late Night Daisy (live events from 7.30pm) £4 *booking fee per ticket applies

G Live in Guildford will come alive with a diverse programme of events including theatre, music, dance, film, poetry, free workshops and a late night party.

Featuring performances from Stopgap Dance Company’s Sg Troop, acclaimed Freewheelers Theatre Company a specially commissioned carnival themed show from UP! Orchestra and Words that Defy Normality from DAO writer/ poets Penny Pepper, Allan Sutherland and Dolly Sen, Daisyfest 2016 has something for everyone to enjoy. 

Daisyfest has a full programme of free exhibitions, installations, a film lunch and arts and poetry workshops from The Grange, Arts Matters, Surrey Heritage Exhibition, The Orpheus Centre, Rhythmic Collision, The Halow Project, Dramatize, Ochre Print Studio, Disability Arts Online and Surrey Choices.
All workshops are FREE –  tickets can be booked through the Daisyfest Eventbrite page.

EVENING SHOWCASE: 6.30pm - 7.40pm
Carnival! from Up! Orchestra
Amandla! by Freewheelers Theatre Company
Choir performance
And Time Ticks On by Sg Troop

LATE NIGHT EVENTS: 7.30pm - 10.30PM
Words that Defy Normality, Disability Arts Online
7.30pm – 10pm

Daisy Club Night
8.30pm – 10.30pm 

Book through the G Live online box office. *50p booking fee per ticket.

How to book:

Workshop Bookings/Enquiries:
Callum Graham

Performances Bookings:
G Live Ticket Office 0844 7701797


Please click on this link to the Daisyfest website for full listing information


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