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Information of Ticket as the sale of the ticket and the hookup electric.
Information about what activities are they and who host them
Information about what Open mic session and who is hosting for us.
Information about what Workshop are there.
Information about what activities are they and who is going to host them.
Information about what is going outside the festival 

TICKET ANNOUNCEMENT

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There a small booking fee of £2.00 cost for each ticket. 

Please note that the Ticketlab are safe and secure to use for purchase online. 

Underage of 16 is free of charge.
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Electric Hook Up form are now fully book
If you have secured a booking make sure you have a 20 meter lead.

Activities

Here the video of Jason talking about the volunteers taking part for activities.
Here the list of volunteer who will provide some activities during Festival. There will be more activity once we decide.
Heather Williams will host the craft entertainment and some fun activity as follow:
  • T-shirt screen printing 
  • Macrame plant hanger
  • Hula hoops for children
Bring your own plain t-shirt, Cost of session is unknown at the moment so please come back for update detail.
Melanie Jones will host the activities as follow:
  • Giant Jenga
  • Tug of War
  • Wellington
Brett Coleman will host the sport as follow:
  • Rounders
  • Football 
  • American Football 
  • Rugby
All sports will be modified into more safer and less dangerous.
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Kim Fletcher will be doing tarot reading as  fortune-telling.There will be £10 session of 10-15 minute.
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Emily Rose will be doing colour and glittering on the face.

About face painting, please ask the member of volunteer about the allergic from face painting.

Open mic session

We will have open mic for 5 to 10 minutes session each person or a group. If you are interests to be part of this open mic session, please do contact this email to book a session.
celticdeaffestival@gmail.com

Workshops

We have workshops being held at Celtic Deaf Festival on-site, so far we do have these workshops:
The Successors of the Mandingue with special guests Troupe Djeliguinet will deliver authentic West African dance and djembe drumming workshops facilitated by master musicians and artists from Guinea Conakry. Get caught up in the infectious rhythms and joy of traditional Mandingue culture. Fun, interactive, and suitable for all ages and abilities.

The Performers

Meet the people who will be performers at the Celtic Deaf Festival.

Martyn Kenyon

My whole life I’ve had an interest in music, growing up I would sign along in front of a mirror. Few years ago I posted a few video clips in YouTube of me signing some songs and since then I’ve been ask to sign perform at weddings, my local town’s Facebook page.

I am part of a Deaf signing choir group called UNIFY and we performed on stage for the ITV’s Queen Jubilee street party. Most recently I performed in stage for the Blackpool Gay Pride on stage with two singers.

I’ve been asked to perform for Lytham Festival which I’m really excited about.
Check Martyn's channel

Ishtiaq Hussain

Ish's VV World was set up over 10 years ago by Visual vernacular artist Ishtiaq Hussain, based in Stourbridge, West Midlands. Ishtiaq is profoundly Deaf, British Sign Language (BSL) user. VV is an artistic form combined with facial expressions, body movements and iconic signs. Ishtiaq's  performances are breathtaking, captivating and stories are told through his storytelling skills., Ishtiaq has toured all over the UK at various theatres and Deaf clubs and is well known within Deaf community.

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I love expressing myself visually. It makes me feel alive to be able to express myself in a way I am comfortable with. I am truly honoured and excited to deliver VV workshops and VV performance at the celtic Deaf Festival! I look forward to meeting you all!"

Attraction in Cardgian

There’s is many attractions you can visit in Cardigan, here the lists of places: