Sunday June 7th
The final day of the festival is not one to be missed. It may “only” be part of the Fringe Festival, but it is full of great events, including a lot of family focused entertainment. Check out our dedicated Families page for more information.
Taking place in The Old Market Hall and presented by Wakefield BID, the main stage will run from 12:00 – 18:00 and will follow on from the amazing communal vibe in 2018 with The Magic Of The Beatles and 2019 with Mercury. To be announced shortly and completely free!
The Art Of Rock n Roll:
The Art of Rock n Roll will be the hot topic at our new fringe lunch time talk at The Hepworth Gallery from 13.30 – 14.30, where Paul Hollins, a Professor of Punk and author, will discuss aesthetic influences from Bowie and beyond, with guests including Halifax born Author, DJ, 1965 Label Owner James Endeacott, with further surprise guest to be announced! Tickets are available now.
An LGBTQ+ cabaret stage presented by The Bleeding Obvious. With special guests Ding Frisby, Alice Nicholls, Ruthie Adamson AKA Wonky Wordsmith, Alex Asher, AJ McKenna, Casee Wilson, Steven B Williams, Genevieve L Walsh and dbparker. Free to attend at Now Serving 15:30 – 20:30
Ric Neale’s Monochrome:
A special edition of the very popular Monochrome night, featuring Ric’s virtuoso piano playing and an array of special guests. Free to attend at Jolly Boys Tap 18:00 – 20:30.