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SO Festival 2013 Show Audience Exceeds 90,000

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Organisers of SO Festival 2013 have hailed the diverse programme of arts, culture and sport a success for East Lindsey. Audience figures demonstrate that the shows in the programme were experienced by 90,000 people from the local area and as …

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Artists Behind Houses of Parliament Olympic and Buckingham Palace Projections Help Turn Horncastle into an Enchanted Town

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The two artists behind the magnificent Olympic Games projection on the Houses of Parliament are creating another awe-inspiring set of large scale illuminations to be showcased during SO Festival 2013.

Ross Ashton and Karen Monid have impressed audiences with their …

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Expert Artists to Present Louth Workshop Leading Up to SO Festival ‘Opera on the Beach’ Broadcast

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An expert team of creative artists from Garsington Opera Education will visit Louth to present a free and informative workshop ahead of the 7th July beach broadcast of Hansel and Gretel at SO Festival.

Garsington Opera’s Thomas Guthrie, director, and …

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Community Choir Features in Festival Concert

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A group of 30 local singers will be performing in a unique community choir at a public concert on Saturday June 29 at Louth Town Hall as part of East Lindsey’s growing summer festival calendar.

Singers of all ages and …

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World-Renowned French Performers Searching for Volunteers to Assist with SO Festival Finale Weekend Spectacular

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Opportunities to play an integral role in the successful delivery of SO Festival’s Saturday night finale weekend spectacular, BIG BANG, are being offered to East Lindsey and Lincolnshire residents.

French master puppeteers, Plasticiens Volants, are recruiting volunteers to fill performance …

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Skegness Beach Recognised as One of The Sunday Times’ “Top 50 UK Beaches 2013″

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Skegness beach has been highlighted in The Sunday Times “Top 50 UK Beaches” list, coming in 12th place. 
The article says that Skegness’ Blue Flag award winning beach is ‘magnificent’, whilst also recognising that SO Festival and Hames Chocolate Café …

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Lincolnshire’s Top Musicians to Perform at SO Festival

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BBC Introducing returns to SO Festival in Skegness this summer with a free live concert from Tower Gardens featuring Lincolnshire’s most talented unsigned artists and bands.

Eight acts will perform at SO Festival, during an electric evening with a diverse …

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Organisers Announce Private Sector Sponsor with One Month To Go Until SO Festival 2013

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With just one month until the start of SO Festival 2013, organisers have announced Centrica Energy, and their partners in the Lincs offshore wind farm, as the event’s primary private sector sponsor.

The Festival offers a diverse programme of digital …

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Community Choir Features in SO Festival Concert

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A unique community choral project will come to fruition with a public concert on Saturday June 29 at Louth Town Hall as part of SO Festival 2013.

Singers of all ages and abilities from Louth and Skegness have been working …

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Life-sized Gingerbread House Being Constructed for SO Festival 2013

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Over 300 square feet of polystyrene will be used in the creation of a life-sized Hansel and Gretel gingerbread house for SO Festival 2013.

Dripping with icing, sweets and candy canes, the house is being specially-constructed by Steve Andrews, Deputy …

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  • SO Festival, c/o East Lindsey District Council, Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 8UP
  • 01507 613456
  • sofestival@e-lindsey.gov.uk

About So Festival --

From 28th June to 6th July, SO Festival 2014 is set to transform Lincolnshire’s coastal district of East Lindsey into an international arts venue with spectacular visual art, street theatre, world-class performers and dance acts.