EVENT: July 10 Big Day Out Festival, Bracknell

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Reading PSC has been invited to hold a stall with RISC at the Big Day Out Music & Performing Arts Festival at Bracknell’s South Hill Park on Saturday July 10, 2010 from 1-11.30pm.

There will be all kinds of performances and food from Egypt, India, Indonesia, France & Ice cream!

Check out the Schedule for a full list of performances/activities & download the programme here…

Big Day Out Festival of Music & Performing Arts

Big Day Out Festival has survived 4 continuous years as a celebration of all that’s good in new music and the performing arts. The festival often feels like a summary of everything you’ve not heard about or got excited about but is definitely worth seeing and if the great outdoors is where you’re at, then Big Day Out Festival is bound to have something for you.

There’s a strong family focus to the event, especially during daylight hours and Big Day Out in 2010 will be no different, with the festival’s day-time activities climaxing in a Children’s parade at 5.30pm. After this, Big Day Out takes on a stronger adult appeal with all kinds of events going on under canvas and outdoors too.

Entry costs £3 in advance or £5 on the door – under 18s FREE!

For tickets and more details, call the box office on (01344) 484123 or visit: bigdayout2010.webs.com

We will be there for the full day – so don’t forget to stop by and say hello!

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  1. Hmmmm…. so all of a sudden The big day out is charging entrance fees, oh and you have to buy any drinks from the southhill mansion bar!! is this a day out for local people or just a way for southhill park mansion to make money?????

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