Woolf Music

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By Phil_McMullen at 09:38 on 22/02/13

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Woolf Music takes place at Cleeve House, Seend near Melksham, in Wiltshire on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th August 2013.

Line-up
Sharron Kraus, Bridget Hayden, Ellen Mary McGee, Sofie Cooper, Plinth, United Bible Studies, Deej Dhariwal (Thought Forms), Silver Stairs Of Ketchikan, Ben Chasny (Six Organs of Admittance), Woodpecker Wooliams.

Plus readings from Jeanette Leech (author of 'Seasons they Change'), Byron Coley (author, critic), and many more still to be confirmed.

Tickets
Weekend tickets are priced at £40 per person with camping, or £20 without camping. Ticket buyers will be issued with a wristband on arrival and must bring proof of identity / purchase with them to the festival in order to gain entry. Camping is available on site. Fresh running water and eco toilets are provided. Places are limited to 200 and in order to cover costs, everyone is asked to pay the same price - even the organisers and artists.

To buy tickets, click here.

More info
Cleeve House in Wiltshire, a rambling country manor that has historic associations with Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury group of artists, Woolf Music is "a celebration of underground rock in a magical setting."

Billed as a weekend of poetry and experimental music, with both scheduled and impromptu performances taking place in and around the house, the event is an innovative opportunity for musicians and artists to both perform and interact with one another in tranquil surroundings – a retreat, yet at the same time a significant advance.

Hosted by the people behind the Terrastock festivals, which have criss-crossed the United States like a travelling sporadic circus of amazement ever since 1997.
Read more at http://tinyurl.com/au64n3f

Date: Saturday, August 17, 2013

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