Lion’s Mane Stage


Friday 6th July



Rews Press Shot



Freshly signed to Marshall Records, REWS are a gritty girl:girl Belfast/London duo that play edgy rock guitar and drums… “FANTASTIC – LIKE A FEMALE ROYAL BLOOD” said Mark Radcliffe on BBC TV after they played the John Peel Main Stage at Glastonbury this year.

Once signed they recorded their debut album in the world renowned Abbey Road Studios in London, in June 2017 they released their first single on Marshall “Miss You In The Dark” to coincide with their Glastonbury show on the mighty John Peel Stage.

So far the single has been played on Radio 1, Radio 6, Radio X, Kerrang Radio, Planet Rock as well as national stations in Ireland and Japan.








The Son


The Son (Symptoms Of Now) are a high energy rock band from the south of England that formed in 2012 when Sav Avvakoumides Jnr met engineer-producer Joshua J Macrae (The Cross/Queen/Pulp/Foo Fighters). With Songs Sav had written he went to work finding the right musicians to form a band…. The players were found and as they say the rest is history. The Son is busy recording their third album which will be available in summer 2016

“here come The Son, Dirty rock ‘n rollers from Surrey and are the sort of band who ooze 70’s rock. Cut them they would bleed a blend of vinyl, alcohol and unsavory substances, Seriously terrific ballsy anthems that burst out of the speakers propelling the listener along with their heady exuberance. These guys can really write and exude huge potential! Here comes The Son and I say….. They’re all right 4/5” Gary Bushell  Street Sounds (August 2015)








Saturday 7th July




Dutch Criminal Record are a four piece Indie/Surf band from Chichester, UK. They write and perform their own brand of original upbeat indie tunes featuring melodic vocals, interlinking riffs and blooming harmonies based around a background of solid bass and energetic drums.
Their June 2016 single, “On the Fence” was featured in Spotify’s renowned “Fresh Finds” playlist and have been recognised by BBC 6 Music, having been played by Tom Robinson on his BBC Introducing Mixtape and received considerable airplay on Regional BBC Radio including a live performance from BBC Broadcasting House Brighton.


Sunday 8th July







The 3 original singers, brothers Chris & Eddie Amoo with Dave Smith.

Featuring million-selling hits including three No. 1 singles in the 70’s & 80’s ‘You to me are Everything’ ‘Can’t get by without you’ & ‘Feel the Force’ Hear all the hits plus some fantastic covers such as ‘Ladies Night’ ‘Celebration’ ‘Good Times’ & ‘Ain’t no stopping us now’ in an action packed show.

Multi-million selling soul band The Real Thing are  ready to give their much loved disco inspired hits a new lease of life with an extensive UK tour. Featuring the group’s three original vocalists Eddie Amoo, Chris Amoo and Dave Smith, along with their 5-piece band, the trio deliver a funky ‘in your face’ show with a strong ‘retro flavour’ with the band’s classic songs mixed with contemporary grooves.Celebrating the 40th anniversary of their debut hit single ‘You to Me Are Everything’, the Liverpool based trio boast three million selling hit singles including, ‘Can’t Get by Without You’, ‘Whenever You Want My Love’ and ‘Can You Feel the Force’, making them the UK’s best-selling black group of the late 70s.

In 1986 ‘You to Me Are Everything’, ‘Can’t Get by Without You’ and ‘Can You Feel the Force’ were all remixed and became huge hits once again, thanks to their huge club following.In 2005, ‘Love’s Such a Wonderful Thing’ was sampled by French dance outfit Daft Punk and re-titled ‘So Much Love to Give’. The same year the Freeloaders had a UK Top 10 single with ‘So Much Love to Give’ which featured The Real Thing resulting in the band charting across 3 decades.The Real Thing recently released ‘The Real Thing Live’ DVD and CD recorded at the Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool and celebrates 40 years on the road and includes the concert in full, new material and a cover of The Beatles song ‘Eleanor Rigby’.

The band continue to tour up and down the country selling out venues including the Jazz Café, London and regularly perform at 70’s & 80’s festivals alongside such artists as Rick Astley, Boy George, Belinda Carlisle, Kool and the Gang and Chic.Commenting on The Real Thing’s success, singer Chris Amoo said, ‘There’s always going to be a sense of nostalgia about our music. It’s the sound track to so many people’s lives and that will never die.’












Lion’s Roar Stage


Friday 6th July



Saturday 7th July



Sunday 8th July


Lion’s Den Stage – supported by The Music Works


Friday 6th July



Saturday 7th July



Sunday 8th July


An exciting line-up is being put together for our 2018 Fringe Festival and as soon as we confirm bookings we’ll put them here.    To give you a flavour of the mix of music we host – here’s some pictures from our 2016 festival.