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Leagrave Youth Work Action Group (LYWAG)

To perform, run a stall or bring an activity to this years event email info@lywag.org.uk

Festival 2018

Lots more acts and activities to be announced shortly

Panic Attack are a five piece cover band playing upbeat songs. from the 60's to the present day. An eclectic mix of songs ranging from Rock to Reggae, Pop to Punk and anything in between

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Frozen Moments Exhibition


'To freeze a moment that is the biggest, highest or most interesting that it can be and having the evidence for the world to see' Talented young local photographer Stacie Dunne will be exhibiting her work, she specialises in Dance, Action Sports and Family Photography in a relaxed Documentary style.

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Create mosaics with internationally acclaim artist Dionne Ible. With a distinctively vibrant style that catches the eye and stirs the soul her work inspires many generations of artists and non-artists .  Having appeared on Jazz FM and as a guest artisan on the ITV daytime show “Peter Andre’s 60 Minutes Makeover” and been commissioned by Royal Warrant holders, Joel & Sons Fabrics Dionne’s joins the festival  to share her passion, inspire, motivate and educate.


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Downside Primary Choir



It's time for you to take some time out to gain peace, relaxation, 'inner-sight' and re-energise your energy system using colours.

You can bring your own mat with you along with your own blanket and cushion if you wish. We will also have a limited amount of mats available.


Pre-book fee: £5, contact Sunita of Crimson Catz on 07786088126 to book your place or for more info. You




16 to 18 years old students from Luton 6th form college's performing arts department present an eclectic mix of drama and dance


The piece is called Lest We Forget and is a mixture of verbatim and poetic theatre dealing with the events of World War I to commemorate the centenary of the end of the war.




Festival favourites Downside Choir return with their mix of upliffting songs

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The cave bus is one of the longest simulated caves in the world. A unque and exciting addition its gives children and adults the exciting expereince of exploring caves within the safety of the festival environment. THe bus will be onsite all dayy, with an expereince safetly expert. Dont miss out on this unque and fun experience!


This activity is Sponsored by LEAGRAVE SCOUTS.

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Shock Rockers Audrey Ripper  aim to ignite and intrigue with slicing guitar riffs, brutal drum beats, bombastic bass melodies and provocative cryptic lyrics with a rebellious vibe.

Award winning NGYT return to host our church stage.Their core ethosthat 'The most valuable asset a nation has is the creativity of its children' shines through their work as children of all abilities present critically aclaimed drama, dance and physical theatre

Luton's  artist led collective who aim to level the playing field, share the knowledge and make the world a brighter place. The ecclectic group will  be showcasing spoken word, beat boxing, tap, and ballet performances from  Pascal School of Dance

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POP by Harry Whittaker

University of Bedforshire student  Harry Whittaker presents his one man show, POP  which explores the significance of bubbles of all shapes and sizes in our childhood, dreams and environment.


Play indie rock similar to bands like Car Seat Headrest and Frankie Cosmos.Thier latest album is a single musical piece in which each song blends seamlessly into the next. They play 30 minute sets of uninterrupted music blending one song into the next

Tactful Kactus, a hard hitting 4 piece from Kilburn, NW London lubing up your ears with sounds of rock, funk, soul and much more! Aged 19 to 22 the close uni friends,  provide an intimate, energetic and jumping set, drawing from our influences of Led Zeppelin, Santana, Primus and many more. Are you ready for the Kactus

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Combining elements of folk, lounge and rock over sophisticated dance beats and emotionally charged soundscapes, No Thoughts No Gravity create darkly melancholic, deep music reminiscent of ocean sunsets, bittersweet parties and the movies of David Lynch. Their influences include William Orbit, Bjork, Norah Jones, Etta James, John Barry and The Carpenters.




Luton born singer song writer. Her heart felt voice combines the power of Adele with the intoxicating rhythms of Ed Sheeran



Chalk Line offers raw and punchy stories based on human experience. Exploring the threshold between cinema and theatre, we aim to take audiences on a journey they have yet to have experienced.  They will be presenting  live music,  theatre and  spoken word



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Performers and activities detailed below