Thu 24 Aug, 12:00

Northampton

The Shambala Festival is a small family-friendly festival based in Northamptonshire in the United Kingdom. It is a small diverse festival and features a variety of music, including rock, pop, folk and world music. There are also independent films, workshops, talks and debates, comedy, a fresh organic market, fair trade coffee, practical demonstrations, a speakers' corner, site art (a new art trail and a range of get-involved sculpture) and "music with a mission". Permaculturists from across the UK create a welcoming garden/ workshop space incorporating art, crafts and sounds.
On Saturday night, there are usually 7000 people in fancy dress. DJs and speakers headline a green venue, which hosts talks about world issues, an anti-GM opera, workshops and independent films.

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Mon 04 Sep, 10:00

Bristol

St Brendan's is a state funded Sixth Form College located in Brislington, Bristol, England. Over 1700 students study A-levels, BTECs & GCSEs on one purpose built, university style campus. Michael Jaffrain was appointed as Principal in 2012.