Next Feast — Sunday 1 May!

Scientific Feasting

That’s what we got for you this Sunday, people of West Nor­wood. There will be sci­ence exper­i­ments galore for every­one to do and a whole host of enter­tain­ments for you all — for freeeeeeeee!!

At Artis­ans there will be potato stabbing (we kid you not), straw bend­ing (with YOUR EYES), tast­ing without smell (tricky appar­ently) and enough corn­flour and food col­our­ing to make a non-New­to­ni­an sub­stance…

At Fam­ily Well­being they are actu­ally build­ing rock­ets. For real. If you don’t believe us, get up there with your kids and find out. There will be sci­ent­ists from Imper­i­al Col­lege there too from lunch­time, telling you about dopam­ine levels and brains and stuff. And the fine chaps from Maths Explorers will be show­ing you cool maths & sci­ence games involving elec­tri­city and some­thing fab­ulous called a scribble bot.

The PoetrySlabs people have all sorts going on too (and not just for kids either) — check them out.

Let us entertain you…again

And if all that free stuff wasn’t enough, here’s what acts we have on — note two NEW choirs and the much anti­cip­ated return of the won­der­ful Leamington's Band!

ents May

Foodie feasting

If you’ve done all the sci­ence and now you are hungry, well of course, Feast has it covered. We have all your favour­ites at Fresh & Green and the Food Fair and look how the lovely ladies at Bunting & Pops have gone with the sci­ence theme this month…

We have more food stalls at the leis­ure centre and SUPER SCORE… Drum & Kernel pop­corn will be there too!  (Treats­ville Alabama, we know, no escap­ing those deli­cious tubes of salty sweet­ness).

There’ll be lots for you too browse and buy at Artis­ans and Retro too, just take your time and enjoy your lovely Feast-ival.

What a Performance!

Feast Film Nights is bring­ing you “an even­ing of Eng­lish psy­che­delia” on the night before Feast, ladies and gents (that’s Sat­urday 30 April). Not only do they have Nic Roeg’s 70’s clas­sic Performance, but also the band Arrowe Hill are per­form­ing live (and who are, accord­ing to the inter­net, the most haunted band in the land…)

See you at Feast!