Category Archives: UK Festivals


BRIGHTON FASHION WEEK   Brighton Fashion Week was born by serendipitous necessity, the need to give voice to the creative individuals that are taking control – of their work, their output, and their vision. The distinct and discerningly recognised platform that They offer, which has nurtured and supported emerging design talent for the last four years, is growing in size ... Read More »


THE CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL  Every chocoholic deserves a visit to The Chocolate Festival. Join them and savour the creations of the world’s finest chocolatiers – both from Britain and beyond. This year, we’re joined by award-winning names Marc Demarquette, Paul A. Young, Barry Johnson, Damian Allsop & Paul Wayne Gregory. You’ll discover dozens of stalls showcasing artisan produced chocolate made from ... Read More »

Wheelchair Pride

Wheelchair Pride London’s Wheelchair Accessible Festival Celebrating Deaf and Disabled People I was contacted recently by an organizer of the Liberty Festival in London and asked to help to get the word out about their annual event which has taken place every year since 2003. I have been contacted for help by businesses and by people with disabilities, but never ... Read More »

Harvest Festival UK

    Harvest Festival UK   Harvest Festival is one of the oldest known festivals. In the UK it is traditionally held on or near the Sunday of the Harvest Moon. This moon is the full moon around the time of the Autumn Equinox in September. Unlike the USA and Canada, the UK does not have a national holiday for ... Read More »

UK Holidays

UK Holidays  UK holidays and UK festivals can be a great way to experience the history and culture of the United Kingdom. UK holidays encompass national UK holidays and UK festivals, as well as UK festivals that are more specific to England, Scotland, or Wales. Holidays in the UK include religious holidays as well as commemorative observance days, and many travelers even organize ... Read More »

A tripartite light festival in UK

A tripartite light festival in  Three light festivals in UK, Poland and EsUKtonia will play host to three commissioned installations, each exploring the scientific and aesthetic aspects of light and developed and rebuilt within site-specific contexts at each festival. http://aajpress.wordpress.com/2011/08/17/lux-scientia-a-tripartite-light-festival-in-uk-poland-and-estonia/ Read More »


CREAMFIELDS HISTORY The biggest dance event on earth, Creamfields festival is where you will unearth the best and new DJs in dance music. Beginning in the year 1998 the site moved to Liverpool from Winchester after its first year. After going global, this event has become the best known festival around the world and has done it effortlessly. Having been held in ... Read More »


BOARDMASTERS The awesome Relentless Boardmasters festival is one of the most recognised surfing events in the country and has everything you could possibly need for a weekend away. You’ve got music, a surfing event, skating and a whole load more so you’ll never run out of things to do! http://www.bluebanana.com/festival.php/125/boardmasters Read More »


BLOODSTOCK FESTIVAL HISTORY The Bloodstock festival is a popular outdoor music event in the UK, geared towards fans of heavy metal and rock ‘n’ roll. The metal masterminds who developed this event are Paul, Rachel, and Vicky Gregory and Vince Brotheridge. Paul and Vince originally met back in 2001 to collaborate on a web design project, but in the process they discovered ... Read More »


BESTIVAL HISTORY Starting out back in 2004, Bestival was founded by the well-known Rob da Bank and has become one of the most celebrated festivals in the UK. Attracting at least 50,000 people to the beautiful Isle of Wight, the festival has some of the best acts on offer from Dizzee Rascal to the new sensation Ellie Goulding. http://www.bluebanana.com/festival.php/23/bestival Read More »

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