FREE LIVE MUSIC | SUMMER MOVIES | FOOD & DRINK
Music and film fans can enjoy two fantastic festivals at Kendal’s Brewery Arts Centre this summer.
The Brewery’s popular Summer Sunday’s season of free gigs in the garden returns on 29 July, kicking off with a chilled out acoustic gig from folk favourites, Paper Cranes whose airy, ethereal sound earned them a slot at Kendal Calling in 2017.
Summer Sundays has been showcasing top local bands for the last 15 years, featuring a diverse mix of artists and genres from covers bands to reggae, and the laid-back festival feel has made it a firm favourite on South Lakeland’s events calendar.
The full line up includes:
- 5 August, 1.30 to 4.30pm – Uncle Carbunkle
- 12 August, 1.30 to 4.30pm – Bad Transmission
- 19 August, 1.30 to 4.30pm – Midnight Landing
- 26 August, 1.30 to 4.30pm – Boomerang
- 2 September, 1.30 to 4.30pm – The Seals
Brand new for 2018 is the ANIM18 Film Festival will be taking over Brewery Cinema for a celebration of animated movies from Britain and around the world.
The festival will feature a range classic, family and innovative animated films opening with a special version of Wes Anderson’s recent smash hit, Isle of Dogs on 29 July.
The film fun continues with:
- 5 August, 4.45pm to 6pm – Loving Vincent
- 12 August, 4.45pm to 6pm – Curse of the Were-Rabbit
- 19 August, 4.45pm to 6pm – The Iron Giant
- 26 August, 4.45pm to 6pm – Song of the Sea
- 2 September, 4.45pm to 6pm – Yellow Submarine
Brewery Chief Executive Richard Foster said: “The Summer Sundays programme is a popular event on the Brewery’s calendar and with the ANIM18 festival being a part of this combined festival we have even more on offer.
We hope to see the gardens as packed as last year with people enjoying the music and the festival atmosphere. The free event is our way of saying thank for your continued support of the Brewery.”
Cinema and live events tickets now include a £0.50p commission, whether booking on online, on the phone or at the counter.