folk and real ale festival
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DESCRIPTIONAnnual Festival at The Hawth Crawley
SUNDAY 28 JUNE12noon - 4pm busking stageEnjoy free performances from local and national talents.
12.30pm - 4pm dance stage morris team displaysPerformances from Hi-Jinx, Hannahs Cat and Crawley Irish Set.
12.45pm - 1.30pm 3ac stage laura victoria duoFolk pop from Laura Victoria (vocals/cello) and Jo Cooper (fiddle/banjo).
1pm - 2pm band stage trad arrrA new take on traditional British folk music from this Folk Rock big band.
1.45pm - 2.30pm 3ac stage matthew shepherdThe depth of his self-penned songs and guitar skills belie his tender years.
2.30pm - 3.30pm band stage the emerald armadaAlternative Irish, folk rock beast.
2.45pm - 3.30pm 3ac stage fabian hollandCritically acclaimed, passionate singer/songwriter with exemplary guitar skills
3.45pm - 4.30pm 3ac stage winter mountainMelodic folk songs with heartfelt lyrics by Joseph Francis (guitar/vocals).
4pm - 5pm band stage the jar familyIndustrial folk with harmonies to die for.
4.30pm - 6.30pm dance stage ceilidhFinale ceilidh for all to enjoy with Kates Kitchen Band.
7.30pm theatre ukulele orchestra of great britainCelebrating 30 Plucking Years of ukulele action.The irresistible entertainment juggernaut continues to tour to great acclaim, sold out houses and happy, stomping, laughing audiences.They play ukuleles, they sing, they say funny things, they whistle, but they bring a lot more to the table than that.Tickets: 22
1.45pm - 2.30pm 3ac stage the foxglove trioMulti-instrumentalists performing songs from England and Wales.
2.45pm - 3.30pm 3ac stage sam kelly triothis guy is absolutely brilliant... one of the most interesting voices on the folk scene Mike Harding
3pm - 4pm band stage touchstoneSussex folk/rock band making its 24th consecutive Festival appearance
3.45pm - 4.30pm 3ac stage the black feathersPerfect harmonies with Americana, folk and rock influences.
4.15pm - 4.45pm band stage straw dogsLively authentic Irish music from talented five-piece band - expect to dance!
4.45pm - 5.30pm 3ac stage benjamin folke thomasDynamic alternative-country folk singer/songwriter
5pm - 6pm band stage sam kelly trioA second chance to catch the trio playing fast-paced traditional songs with a modern edge.
5.45pm - 6.30pm 3ac stage daniel champagneAustralian singer, songwriter and one-of-a-kind guitar virtuoso
6.15pm - 7.15pm dance stage ceilidhA teatime ceilidh for all to enjoy with Touchstone Ceilidh Band.
7.45pm studio kent duchaineKent is a link with the bygone era of Robert Johnson and Johnny Shines and his shows transport you back to the Delta of the 30s.Enjoy the performance in a cabaret setting complete with a choice of daily specials, sharing platters and drinks for you to enjoy at your table. Tickets: 14
Welcome to Crawley Folk and Real Ale Festival 2015, all the events without a ticket price are COMPLETELY FREE! Come along and soak up the atmosphere, listen to the music and above all ENJOY!
FRIDAY 26 JUNE from 5pm - 11pm busking stageGrab your pint from the Real Ale Bar and head to the foyer to witness some bright, local talent busking for your entertainment.
7pm - 10pm elgar room horsham folk clubJoin the folk club for their annual sing-a-round.
7.45pm studio from the saw doctors: leo & anto Leo Moran and Anto Thistlethwaite from The Saw Doctors perform an intimate two hour acoustic show featuring stripped down unplugged versions of Saw Doctors hits Tickets: 16
9.30pm - 10pm dance stage mythago showBorder Morris dancing, music and myths.
Saturday 27 JUNE10.30am - 11am real ale tasting sessionA chance to sample and find more out about some of the ales before opening time
12noon - 9.30pm busking stageEnjoy free performances from local and regional talents.
12.45pm - 1.30pm 3ac stage smart as paintSimon Hurdman & Andrew Lever perform songs drawn from a variety of American folk and country, and more contemporary material
12.45pm - 5pm dance stage morris team displaysPerformances from Hunters Moon, Black Dragon and Rampant Rooster
1.30pm - 2.30pm band stage kiss the mistressCeltic and European folk inspired sonorous arrangements.
book your camping pass today: 10 for the whole weekend
Pssst Dont forget...
food and refreshments The Hawths Caf Vita will be open for breakfast, hot meals, sandwiches, cakes and snacks
throughout the weekend. Open Fri 12noon - 2pm &
5pm - 8pm, Sat 10am - 8pm
Sun 10am - 6pm. Caf Vita will also be going
alfresco with a stall selling festival favourites including burgers, hot
dogs, and more. Open Fri 6pm - 9pm, Sat 12noon - 9pm and
Sun 12noon - 5pm.
hawth barThe Hawth Bar, which provides a wide selection of spirits, wines
and soft drinks will be open Fri 12noon - 2pm &
5pm - midnight, Sat 11am - midnight &
Sun 11am - 7.30pm
folk festival market Make some time to wander round
the Folk Festival market which offers an array of craft gifts,
homemade jewellery, clothing, musical instruments, and more!
campingWhy not really get into the festival
spirit and take advantage of our on-site camping facilities.
Camping costs just 10 per tent/caravan/mobile, is valid for the entire weekend and there
are overnight toilet and shower facilities.
Simply book at the box office.
travelMake the most of the weekend by bringing the bike - the Festival is less than 5 minutes from Crawley
and Three Bridges station.Theres on-site free cycle parking
and free maps and raffle prizes over the weekend for cyclists.
tickets All unticketed events are FREE.
Box Office: 01293 553636
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Friday 26 - Sunday 28 JuneThe Hawth Crawley
01293 553636 www.hawth.co.uk
REAL ALE FESTIVALWhatever the weather youll be warm and dry as you sup your pint as we have moved the ales into their very own room this year. Youll be able to sample the very best ales and ciders including those from local breweries, some old favourites and some you may not have tried before. Entry to the Real Ale Festival is completely FREE and is open Friday from midday, and from 11am Saturday & Sunday.
Ale Brewer, Location
AM:PM All day IPA Thornbridge, Derby 4.5
American Pale Ale Longman, Sussex 4.8
American Pale Ale Darkstar, Derby 4.7
Black Cherry Mild Kissingate, West Sussex 4.2
Blackberry Casade Saltaire, Yorkshire 4.8
Bourbon Baby Brewdog, Scotland 5.8
Chimersa IPA Downton, Wiltshire 6.8
Crop Circle Hopback, Wiltshire 4.2
Gladness Growler, West Sussex 4.2
Golden Tipple Longman, Sussex 5.0
Hackney Hipster London Fields, London 4.2
Hip Hop Langham, Susseex 4.0
Honey Blonde Downton, Wiltshire 4.3
Horsham Best WJ King, West Sussex 3.8
Jaipur Thornbridge, Derby 5.9
Love not War London Fields, London 4.2
LSD Langham, Sussex 5.2
Mad Goose Purity, Warwickshire 4.2
Mary Jane Illkley, Yorkshire 3.5
Marys Ruby Mild Kissingate, Sussex 6.5
Orange Wheat Beer Green Jack, Suffolk 4.2
Orkney IPA Highland Brewing Co,Scotland
Punk IPA Brewdog, Scotland 5.6
Pure UBU Purity, Warwickshire 4.5
Revelation Dark Star, Derby 5.7
Scapa Special Highland Brewing Co,Scotland
Signature 1648, East Sussex 4.4
Summer Lightning Hop Back, Wiltshire 5.0
Ale Brewer, Location
Storyteller Kissingate, West Sussex 3.5
Summer Lightning Hop Back, Wiltshire 5.0
Trawler Boys B.B Green Jack, Suffolk 4.6
Triple Champion 1648, East Sussex 4.0
Triple Chocoholic Saltaire, Yorkshire 4.8
Taiphoon Hopback, Wiltshire 4.2
Umbel Magna Nethergate, Essex 5.0
Westwood Stout Ilkley, Yorkshire 6.5
Cider Maker, Location
Black Dragon Gwynt Y Ddraig, Wales 7.2
Blakeney Red Perry Gwatkin, Herefordshire 7.5
Black Panther Orchard Cottage, Oxon 6.0
Ya Dam Plum Orchard Cottage, Oxon 6.0
Fannys Bramble Sandfords Orchards, Devon
Glebe Farm Elder-flower Cider
Glebe Farm, Cambs 6.0
Hitchcox Medium Orchard Cottage, Oxon 6.0
Janets Jungle Juice Cider
West Croft, Somerset 6.5
Sheppys Farmhouse Scrumpy
Sheppys, Somerset 6.0
Two Trees Perry Gwynt Y Ddraig, Wales 4.5
Whisky Cask Thirsty Cider
Thirsty Cider, Scotland 6.9
Please note: list subject to alteration.