Street Theatre and Family Arts at Underneath The Stars Festival 2018

Gemma Gibb, Associate Editor
Underneath The Stars

Street Theatre at Underneath The Stars Festival at Cinderhill Farm, Barnsley 20 — 22 July 2018 Tickets from £20 — Book now

As if world class music wasn’t enough, Underneath The Stars is a tip top place to experience the best new outdoor arts and street theatre touring the UK today. The line up this year will give you your fill of theatrical magic for months to come and is the perfect first introduction to live drama and dance for smaller festivalgoers in a relaxed environment where you don’t need to worry about sitting still.

Highlights include Travelling Light Circus’s thrilling Pendulum Wave Machine and the Playground of Illusions – a series of large scale spectacles that will play tricks with your eyes and ears.  Don’t miss dance piece Here Comes Trouble by acclaimed Barnsley born performer and choreographer Keira Martin and dance comedy Painting Venice by Barnsley’s Earth Bound Theatre.

For hands-on action, learn the tin whistle, ukelele and join in communal drumming and singing workshops. Crafters will be in high heaven with wood-working, silversmithing, blacksmithing, peg loom and sheep fleece weaving, pottery and quilting workshops galore.

The smallest of festivalgoers can head to the Mini Big Top, Crafty Kids and Bonnie Bairns areas for creative capers, music and singing aplenty.

 

Street Theatre at Underneath The Stars Festival at Cinderhill Farm, Barnsley 20 — 22 July 2018 Tickets from £20 Book now

Where to go near Street Theatre and Family Arts at Underneath The Stars Festival 2018

Event venue
Cannon Hall Farm

Cannon Hall Farm opened to the public for the first time in 1989. Since that time we have added adventure playgrounds, gift shop, farm shop, two restaurants and an indoor playground.

Cannon Hall Museum Park & Gardens, Barnsley
Barnsley
Museum
Cannon Hall Museum Park & Gardens

Cannon Hall is a stunning Georgian country house museum with outstanding fine and decorative art collections, set in 70 acres of historic parkland and beautiful landscape gardens. It is the perfect day out for all the family.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Wakefield
Gallery
Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Set over 500 acres, Yorkshire Sculpture Park is the best open-air gallery in the UK and an international centre for modern and contemporary sculpture.

Gallery
The Civic

The Civic is a multi­purpose theatre and art gallery based in Barnsley, which presents world-class accessible performances and exhibitions throughout the year.

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Restaurant
The Bionic Chef

Serving up some of the tastiest breakfasts and brunches in Huddersfield, The Bionic Chef promises mornings served with serious flavour.

Newmillerdam Country Park
Wakefield
Park
Newmillerdam Country Park

With a central lake and woodland, Newmillerdam Country Park is a haven for wildlife – a welcoming expanse of greenery just outside Wakefield.

Ossett Brewery Taproom
Wakefield
Bar or Pub
Ossett Brewery Taproom

With outdoor seating just 30 minutes drive outside Wakefield, Ossett Brewery specialises in award-winning real ales and has taproom and brewery tours on site.

A Touch of Craft Yorkshire

A Touch of Craft is a fresh, clean and vibrant space to learn new skills, meet new people and have some YOU time! ​
We only started in December 2021 but since then we have had sell out class after sell out class!

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