What's On! 25th October in Penrith! 2014

BlueJam Arts organised the Halloween Festival for Eden Council last year (2014) and it was a great success.

This was the first festival we have organised and we learnt a lot, very quickly! Everyone was helpful and the atmosphere among the organising team and on the day was friendly and cooperative. Looking forward to the next one!

 

Fun for all the family with workshops, stalls, competitions and the fantastic Phantom Parade!

Come all dressed up in your Halloween finery!

Workshops and activities take place in the Library and Devonshire Arcade, with music and judging happening in the Bandstand and the ghost trail with participating shops.

There will be stalls by the Clocktower and Bandstand with hot food, displays and entertainment.

PLUS..children from local schools and nurseries have been busy making ghosts – join the Ghost Trail round town and see how many you can find in the town centre shops!

Penrith Town Centre

Stalls - hot food, community & crafts

FOOD:

Big Pizzas Van

Taste of Mumbai (Indian Street Food)

Lel’s Food For Thought

Icecream Garden & Tearoom – Pumpkin Soup

Tattie Tim

J & J Grahams

Traditional Pancakes

Spit Roast – Humes Caterers

Cake District

CRAFTS:

Tute Cute (handmade tutus)

Glitter Tattoos Facepainting

Twigpens

ACTIVITIES:

Facepainting

Giant Bubbles

Folk Group

COMMUNITY STALLS:

UCC Tanzania trip fundraising

Penrith Music Centre – try out instruments!

 

10am - 4pm

Workshops and Performances

10 – 11.30: Music Workshop in the Creepy Cave (Soup Shop) with BlueJam

10 -12: Folk music in Devonshire Arcade

11 – 12: Storytelling with Jeff from Trellis Arts in the Library

1 – 2.30: Art workshop making creepy creatures in the Creepy Cave (Soup Shop) with BlueJam

BANDSTAND:

1.30 – 2: Creepy sound effects from SINISTRA aka Cam Harris

2 – 2.30: Halloween Opera with Trellis Arts

2 – 3.30: Folk music in Devonshire Arcade

2.30 – 3: Workshop for anyone wanting to join in with drumming and make spooky sounds in the Phantom Parade

3 – 3.30: Fancy dress display and judging time – compered by Trellis Arts, judges from Penrith Lions Club

3.30 – 4pm Phantom Parade with B Jamba and the Spooky Horns, led by the Headless Man!

PLUS! The Headless Horseman Carriage Rides from 11 – 3pm starting outside NatWest Bank.

An Operatic Town Crier calling out what is happening and live street theatre!