MiniFest: Live Music performed by Artful Playground

Running from
Next event: Thursday 13 July at 6pm
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  • Garret Theatre

Part of: Kaleidoscope Festival: celebrating neurodiversity

MiniFest is a fun musical experience for everybody! With original songs written especially to stimulate imaginations and encourage physical activity, played by the brilliant Artful Playground Band, you are treated to a wide variety of musical styles ranging from Rock and Roll, to Gypsy Jazz, to Rap!

There really is something for everyone. And just in case that’s not enough we have thrown in some old favourites too! Minifest gets people of all ages up on their feet having a lovely, jolly, musical party together! So come along to get some festival vibes and we’ll do the conga ‘til we drop.


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16+ (16 & 17 year olds must be supervised by a parent/guardian or support staff)

Time details

Doors Open: 6pm
First Half Start: 6.30pm
Interval: 7.10pm
Second Half Start: 7.40pm
End: 8.20pm

Upcoming events

Thursday 13 July 6pm Garret Theatre Tickets from £5.00 Book now

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