Stendhal Festival of Art / 17.08.12
Location: Ballymully Cottage Farm
Date: 17 August - 19 August 2012
Time: Gates open Friday August 17 at 5pm
Suitability: Everyone, Family Friendly, Children, Teenagers, Adults, Senior Citizens, Disabled Access, Business, Couples, Hens, Stags
2012 Line up so far.
Rainy Boy Sleep
The Gorgeous Colours
Inishowen Gospel Choir
Best Boy Grip
Paddy Nash and the Happy Enchiladas
Master and Dog
The Barley Mob
Exit pursued by bear
Ruairi and the Owls
Balkan Alien Sound
Lantern For A Gale
The Steve Experiment
The Crimson Piper Sonic Orchestra
Robin James Hurt
I Am J.A.C.
Limavady Big Band
The Pat McManus Band
Stendhal Syndrome is a psychosomatic disorder that causes rapid heartbeat, dizziness, confusion and sometimes hallucinations, when an individual is exposed to art, usually when the art is particularly profound and a large amount of art is in the same place.
Ever spent a day ambling around fields listening to; poetry...watching a play, some afternoon jazz, after dinner comedy, maybe a literary debate, early evening folk...rock...indie...and much more.. Or maybe you'd prefer to join the Artists’ colony painting the festival/ mountains as they roll by, sculpt a clay figure....watch some street performance, dance....or simply sit on a grassy hill in good company absorbing the soulful vibe.
Set in the picturesque surrounds of Ballymully Cottage Farm on the outskirts of Limavady, Stendhal Festival of Art (subject to licence) will bring a brand new artistic experience to the Roe Valley, home of Danny Boy.
So sign up to our mailing list at www.stendhalfestvial.com to receive updates until we launch our full site/ line-up extravaganza, follow us on Twitter (@stendhalireland), and like us on Facebook.
Experience the syndrome.
Weekend camping pass from £25.
Family Weekend Camping pass (2 adults 4 under 18's) from £35
Day passes from £25.
see www.stendhalfestival.com for details
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