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POLAR QUEST
FRIDAY EVENING PARADE:
Welcome to Coastival and the beautiful
Yorkshire Coast. This year we’re all
about exploring and celebrating this
wonderful coast, its landscapes,
people and stories in all their glory!
Our four new Coastival Commissions
take you under water at the indoor
swimming pool for a magical sound
and digital projections event, behind
bars at the jail for our own Coastival
Modern experience, on a magical,
illuminated evening adventure in the
Spa Gardens and let you experience
talking selfies on a gigantic scale on
the Spa Terrace.
Our headline acts this year are
Cast, Asian Dub Foundation, Snake
Davis and Hope & Social, but of course
we’ve loads of free music too for a
whole range of tastes. Backseat Mafia
are back with a weekend full of cutting
edge music, from indie to folk, punk to
psych, and The Den, Scarborough's
most groovy music spot, join us for the
first time with an eclectic mix of
roots-inspired acts in Farrer's Bar.
There’s our usual late night Engine
Room with special guests DJ Format
and King Zepha, plus we’ve choirs and
classical events too at the Art Gallery
and the Rotunda.
Animated Objects Theatre are back
again, this time with ‘The Song of the
Leviathan’ and lots of free workshops
for you to join. We’ve a mini film
festival at the Stephen Joseph Theatre
and a piece by Reckless Sleepers you
don’t want to miss.
If visual arts are your thing, then
you can explore the various galleries
around town, pop into the Old Parcels
Office at the Railway Station, listen to
talks by artists Clive Head and Kane
Cunningham and visit the old town jail
on Dean Road for our contemporary
drawing exhibition.
Rollercoastival thunders in over
the weekend with even more creative
stuff for kids in loads of venues
throughout the town.
All this begins with our spectacular
opening event ‘Polar Quest’, all the
way from the Spraoi Festival, Ireland,
which takes us on a heroic journey
over the icy wastes (otherwise known
as Scarborough Seafront!) by
Shackleton and his crew.
Thank you for your continued
support over the years for Coastival and
we hope you have a fabulous weekend!
Keep visiting www.coastival.com
to keep up with our news!
The Coastival Team
West Pier to Spa
5-6pm
We really appreciate the ongoing
backing of Coastival by our patrons.
We are indebted to them for their
support.
“Coastival has become an established
fixture in the Scarborough calendar
and Heather and I are delighted to be
counted among its patrons. It was
thrilling to witness not only the vast
number of local people of all ages
who were involved in the 2014
Festival and the camaraderie that
encouraged but also the amount of
people it attracted to the town. We
said it was going to be really special
and so it proved. 2016? You ain’t seen
nothin’ yet!”
Sir Alan & Lady Ayckbourn
Popular Yorkshire jazz singer Claire
Teal has been with us since the first
Coastival in 2009.
“Coastival occupies a special place in
my heart. I was so pleased to be part
of the very first event and honoured to
be asked to be a patron.”
Claire Teal
Local musician Mark Richardson, who
is drummer with Feeder and Skunk
Anansie, says:
Most of our events are free, but to book tickets or reserve a
place where necessary, please visit our website or give us
a ring.
Website:
www.coastival.com
Tel.
01723 384545
You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Facebook:
www.facebook.com/coastival
Twitter:
@coastival
And don’t forget to sign up for our Coastival newsletter by
visiting our website.
“I love being patron of Coastival
because it's not just a wonderful
festival of cultural events it's also
important for the ongoing
development of the area’s artistic
community. Not to mention that I was
born in Leeds, grew up in Whitby and
was given my break in the music
industry by Scarborough’s own Little
Angels 22 years ago, so I want to give
something back if I can.”
Mark Richardson
Actor Sir Ben Kingsley was born just a
stone’s throw away in Snainton and
continues to be a great supporter of
Coastival.
“I am so happy to be a patron of this
festival. Long may it thrive.”
Sir Ben Kingsley
Free
All ages
Open access; public spaces
The South Pole is coming to
Scarborough… across the icy wastes,
with only the passing whales for
company, the crew of Endurance are
struggling to survive… their ship is
lost to the freezing waters, their only
hope of salvation a long march
across the ice.
This street performance marks one
of the most daring expeditions ever
undertaken by mankind. The
‘Endurance’ Expedition to the South
Pole, led by Ernest Shackleton, was an
ill-fated attempt to walk across
Antarctica. What happened on this
voyage is now legendary! When
Shackleton’s ship ‘Endurance’
becomes icebound and crushed by the
enormous ice sheets, the crew begin a
journey across the frozen ice. Hauling
their boats and equipment miles in the
desperate hope of survival, it was a
demonstration of endurance against
exhaustion and death.
With a spectacular street parade,
Spraoi now pay homage to
undoubtedly one of history’s most
epic adventures as we observe the
crew of the icebound ship begin their
lengthy trek. Join Shackleton and his
crew on this memorable human tale of
strength and courage - relive the
heroic age of exploration.
Remember to wrap up warm, wear your
wellies if wet and grab a torch if you’re
scared of the dark. Please look out for
children and, if possible, allow them to move
to the front. If you are taking a dog, please
ensure they are under control at all times.
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new arts commissions.
In the spring of 2015,
Coastival put out a call for
artists to submit ideas for
Coastival 2016. We asked for
exciting, original proposals
inspired by the Yorkshire
Take a selfie then see your face, fully
lip-synced, telling stories, recounting
legends, even singing short songs
about life in Scarborough…
Three large translucent heads are
magically lit by projections, animating
the faces of anyone who adds their
likeness. The heads will speak, putting
new words into the mouths of the
Coast that would inspire
audiences and give them
opportunities to get
involved. They had to be
out-of-the-ordinary with
quirky ideas for nontraditional arts spaces. We
participants. Watch and listen as these
avatars say some clever, funny and
interesting things about the area we
live in.
unpredictable, innovative,
inventive and unusual, but
accessible work. And boy did
we get it! The difficult choice
of selecting just 4 from 72
submissions was made and
superb mix of art forms and
fantastic experiences for
you to enjoy!
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Sound travels 4.5 times faster in water
than in air. Swimsuits essential;
goggles recommended!
Wet Sounds transforms
Scarborough’s Indoor Pool into an art
space of sound and image. Dive into
the water and move between two
different sound worlds and two
entirely different listening
experiences as you drift above and
below the surface water.
from East Ayton Primary School. As
dusk falls, see how their story has
been transformed into an eco-friendly
installation with each sentence
illuminated to guide visitors onwards
through the night.
“It's a bizarre experience, a bit
otherworldly......The sounds are
pulsating through the water at
speed....With my whole body
immersed, it feels as if they're hitting
every limb. It's not like listening to
music in the bath, with your head
under the water: there the music gets
distorted. What I'm listening to is razor
sharp. It's astonishingly immediate,
inescapable, and faintly perplexing.”
The Guardian
See page 11 for full details
The ‘Endurance’ Expedition to the
South Pole, led by Ernest Shackleton,
was an ill-fated attempted to walk
across the icy wastes of Antarctica.
What happened on the voyage is now
legendary! Join Shackleton and his
crew as they march on seeking
salvation, with only the passing
whales for company.
See page 3 for full details
A Light to Guide
South Cliff/Spa Gardens
5.30-7.30pm
drawing in response to the space /
building of Dean Road Prison,
Scarborough.
Six artists, Tracy Himsworth ,
Andrew Cheetham, Andy Black, Kate
Black, Sally Taylor and Lucy O'Donnell,
will exhibit their work in the prison
and work as a team to select a further
10 artists to exhibit alongside them.
For full details see page opposite
A beautifully-lit story trail through
the Spa Gardens of Scarborough...
For full details see page opposite
Acts include King Zepha (a timeless
blend of ska, rocksteady and jump
blues), Alastair James (talented local
singer songwriter) and The Tom
Townsend Blues Band (Scarborough’s
favourite Blues Band and house band
at The Den). Tom Townsend will also be
performing a solo set of original
music. Check coastival.com for full
line-up and timings.
This is one person’s attempt to work
out what gender means to them.
Louisa Claughton produces work
which puts the audience at the centre
of the performance, often
incorporating elements of stand-up,
spoken word, visual and live art.
Mambo Kings (1992)
SJT - The McCarthy
8pm
Supported by
£7 (2movies–£12, 3–£14, 6–£22)
Cert. 15
Full access
The Song of Leviathan
Spa sun court
6.30–7.30pm
Free but ticket required
All ages
Full access
Behold the adventure story that spans
the globe with heroics, treachery,
epic battles and true love at its core…
all centered on a gigantic mechanical
whale, The Leviathan.
Running Time: 104 mins
Dir: Arne Glimcher, Starring: Armand
Assante, Antonio Banderas.
An exuberant celebration of Latin
music. Musician brothers Cesar and
Nestor leave Cuba for America in the
1950s, hoping to hit the top of the
Latin music scene. Look out for other
music-themed movies throughout
Coastival 2016.
12:00
13:00
14:00
Art Exhibitions & Workshops (see page 11)
15:00
TWO SKIES
Caught somewhere between the
fleeting glimpses of heaven and hell,
keep the party going to the early
hours, plus select daytime sessions.
Expect everything from vintage and
jazz and R&B on shellac 78s to cutting
edge house and hip hop – with plenty
of classic soul, funk and reggae breaks
in between.
Friday 10pm–2am
Pandemic!
Global grooves and much, much
more…
The dictionary definition of Pandemic
is something that affects all the
people – and with this line-up that’s
exactly what we expect to happen
with three outstanding DJs and live
music from the internationally
acclaimed King Zepha.
See page 8 for full details of The
Engine Room performers
Sheffield psych-extraordinaires
Two Skies create mind-bending music
born of a mutual love of ethereal
noises and powerful trippy grooves.
See page 14 for full details
11:00
Originally formed in 1992 from the
ashes of The La’s and Shack, two of the
most legendary and lauded guitar
bands of all time, Cast released four
albums, three of them top 10 with ‘All
Change’ becoming the biggest selling
debut album of all time for Polydor
Records. Their second, 'Mother Nature
Calls' went platinum, and the band
had ten top 10 singles before
disbanding in 2001. Now reunited
with the original line-up, their
fearsome live reputation is stronger
than ever. Labelled ‘The Who of the
90’s’, Noel Gallagher once described
watching Cast play live as “a religious
experience.”
Free
Age 14+
No access
Free
All ages
Please check coastival.com for
access and route
10:00
The Engine Room is Coastival’s venue
for late night music and much more: a
parallel universe where the interior of
a mutated garage workshop becomes
the ultimate club venue. With live
music, guest DJs and the Engine Room
resident crew of spinners and VJs to
As dusk falls, three large translucent
heads appear - moving, blinking,
almost alive...
Have I Got This Wrong?
The Studio Gallery
7.30-8.30pm
Polar Quest
West Pier to Spa
5–6pm
Free
All ages
Full access
Coastival is passionate about bringing
art out of the gallery into unusual
spaces and developing a more
inclusive way of working, to engage
an existing audience and excite a new
one. ‘The Prison Project’ is a visual arts
project which explores contemporary
CAST
THE PRISON
PROJECT
£5/£3 Under 12s & balcony
All ages
Full Access
Enjoy an evening adventure of
illumination located among the
winding paths of Scarborough’s
South Bay. ‘A Light to Guide’ is a
beautifully-lit story trail through the
stunning Spa Gardens featuring a
bespoke tale developed with children
wanted high impact,
now here we are with a
Free
All ages (children must be
accompanied by an adult)
Limited access
Free
Age 16+
Full access
£20 or Weekend Music Ticket £50
Age 12+
Full access
KING ZEPHA
four exciting and unique
Free
All ages
Full access via lift
Dean Road Prison
Saturday & Sunday
10am-5pm
Spa Grand Hall
8pm (Doors 7.30pm)
Free
All ages
Full access via lift
Scarborough's most groovy music
spot, The Den, will be hosting live
music sessions at The Spa during
Coastival 2016. An eclectic mix of
roots-inspired acts will appear in
Farrer's Bar on Friday evening,
Saturday afternoon/evening and
again on Sunday afternoon/evening.
Explore the creative talents of local
artists from Scarborough and beyond,
as they showcase their original work
at exhibitions throughout the town.
The Engine Room
Spa Sun Court Suite
10pm–2am
CAST
on a giant scale with our
Free
All ages
Various – please check
Please check coastival.com for
access and route
Indoor Pool
Sunday
5.45-6.30pm (Doors 5.15pm)
7.15-8pm (Doors 6.45pm)
Free
All ages
Full access
5
TWO SKIES
have your selfie animated
Spa Terrace
Friday & Saturday 7-10pm
Sunday 7-9pm
The Many Faces of
Scarborough
Spa Terrace
7-10pm
The Den
Farrer’s (Spa)
6–8pm
TOM TOWNSEND
illuminated adventure and
South Cliff/Spa Gardens
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
5.30-7.30pm
TRACY HIMSWORTH
water, have a magical,
ANDREW CHEETHAM
Be put behind bars, go under
Art Exhibitions
Various
10am–4pm
Free
All ages
Various – please check
individual venues
ANDY BLACK
cOMMISSIONS
WET SOUNDS
SCARBOROUGH
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16:00
17:00
18:00
Polar Quest
19:00
20:00
21:00
22:00
The Song of Leviathan
The Den
A Light to Guide
CAST + Two Skies
The Many Faces of Scarborough
Have I Got This Wrong?
Film: Mambo Kings
23:00
The Engine Room
00:00
01:00
02:00
03:00
Rollercoastival
Spa & various venues
10am–4pm
Working in this hidden gem of a
building, artists create a unique art
gallery for one weekend only...
Throughout the day, performances
will happen in multiple locations in
the Art Gallery and Rotunda Museum
where audiences can go to hear and
see all of our different characters.
Each ‘Character Corner’ will feature a
different character with new music
based on stories from ‘Seaside
Songbook’, a new choral work by
Jonathan Brigg and James Cave.
At 7.30pm, all of the characters will
including...
Try giant Puppetry for Yourself
Art Exhibitions
Various
10am–4pm
Giant Colouring Seascape
Display of Giant Creatures
See page 11 for full details
BIG LOVE – loud and heavy melodic
indie / BLACK DELTA MOVEMENT - psych
tinged garage rock ‘n roll /
BLACKRAYS - untamed, dark and
brooding raw energy / BREEZE - velvet
underground-influenced post-punk
grunge / CLAW MARKS – full on
thrashed out guitars and boundless
energy / DESPERATE JOURNALIST great British indie - beauty, intensity,
and majesty / KRAYONS - raw, fast, in
your face street-punk fuelled by furious
comment on world issues / OEDIPUS
THE KING - Hull four-piece combining
multi-layered scuzz and full on drone /
gather to perform the ‘Seaside
Songbook’ in full. See page 8 for
more details.
Meet the Creatures
BILLY HICKLING
Free
All ages
Please check with individual venues
For the second year running, fast
growing entertainment website,
BACKSEAT MAFIA, will be bringing you
some of the best up-and-coming, and
diverse acts around – from indie to
folk, punk to psych, the Backseat Mafia
stage promises a weekend full of
cutting edge music. Featuring...
Claire is an artist and maker, utilising
writing, drawing, knitting and live
performance skills to create beauty
from the mundane. As this particular
performance includes a duo of
performers, there's an atmosphere of
something ever present. A shadow, an
echo of your other self... and that
something is cracking into your one
safe space.
A chance to get up close and get
involved with the Song of Leviathan
story and their cast of giant puppets.
Free
0-16 years old
Full access
See page 4 for full details
Free
All ages
Full access
£12 or Day Music Ticket £25
Weekend Music Ticket £50
Age 12+
Full access
Free
10 years+ but some content
might offend
Full access
Free
All ages
Full access
Seaside Selfies
Legendary UK saxophonist Snake
Davis & his band present an exciting
show of classic sax solos from Baker
Street and Born to Run to Yakety Yak.
Performing the full songs in context
along with anecdotes and their
history, this is a show for anyone who
loves popular music.
Joined by Gareth Moulton (Cutting
Crew) on vocals, legendary UK
saxophonist Snake Davis and his band
give us over 20 classics, including
Baker Street, Careless Whisper, Still
Crazy after all these Years, Respect,
Yakety Yak, plus his own solos from
Million Love Songs, Moving on Up,
Search for the Hero, and Lisa
Stansfields ‘Change’.
Revealing some of these classics’
background and history, as well as
playing them in context, Snake asks
what is their individual special
ingredient, what makes them classic?
How did they come about, how did the
players produce that magic?
See page 14 for full details
CLAW MARKS
See page 13 for full details
11:00
12:00
13:00
14:00
15:00
16:00
Art Exhibitions & Workshops (see page 11)
17:00
18:00
19:00
20:00
21:00
22:00
A light to Guide
00:00
The Engine Room
Twenty Feet from Stardom
Rollercoastival - creative stuff for kids (see page 13)
23:00
Amy
Rotunda Open Day
Asian Dub Foundation
The Prison Project (see page 4)
The Many Faces of Scarborough
Song of Leviathan Masterclass & Displays (see page 14)
A Day at the Seaside (evening performance)
A Day at the Seaside
Backseat Mafia
Backseat Mafia
Choirs at Coastival
Safecracker
Snake Davis
It’s Where We Go
Voyage of Leviathan
The Den
Genius within: the inner life of Glenn Gould
A Yorkshire Coast Journey
The Song of Leviathan
01:00
02:00
03:00
Supported by
JAZZ AESTHETIC
Jazz Aesthetic is a band of music
students from the University of Hull,
directed by Peter Elsdon. Fresh from
playing alongside the National Youth
Jazz Orchestra at the Hull Jazz
Festival, the band will present a heady
mix of contemporary jazz laced with
some New Orleans funk.
It’s Where We Go
Queen Victoria Statue,
Esplanade & South Bay
seafront
1/2/3/4/5pm
The Den
Spa – Farrer’s
2–8pm
Free
All ages
Full access
Free but booking required
Age 14+
Open access; public spaces
Don a pair of headphones and
immerse yourself in a community
archive, collected over a period of
months, that explores and celebrates
the identity of the British seaside and
Performance Times:
Coastival Choir: 12noon–12.45pm
SJT Global Voices: 1–1.30pm
Hands and Voices: 1.45– 2.15pm
SJT Youth Choir: 2–3pm
SJT Funky Choir: 3.15–4pm
Great live music in the bar from the
popular Scarborough music club.
See page 5 / coastival.com
Genius within: the inner life
of Glenn Gould (2010)
SJT - The McCarthy
2pm
the history of Scarborough as a town
and destination.
You are invited to a collective and
personal journey through gifted
stories and memories that will be
complimented by a live performance
on the beach.
The Song of Leviathan
—Voyage of Leviathan
South Bay
1.30pm
Free
All ages
Open access public spaces
A procession featuring a whole host
of giant puppets and characters from
the show in an explosion of music
and colour, as the story is told
against the dramatic backdrop of
the North Sea.
JAZZ AESTHETIC
10:00
SABRINA PIGGOTT - Celtic roots-fused
with with modern industrial city
sounds of her adopted Leeds /
STILLWAVE – clean, fresh and alluring,
deep harmonious vocals and reverb
laden guitars all the way from Utrecht,
Holland / SUZY BLU – distinctive
electro-punk pop synched seamlessly
to a backdrop of psychedelic
projections and film /
TRACK AND FIELD - expereinced DIY
scene quintet creating sounds of
richness and warmth / VULGARIANS –
intense bundle of scuzzy guitar,
distorted lyrics and all other kinds of
shoegazery, grungey wonderfulness /
YOUNG JACK - exciting upbeat indie
pop with catchy sing-along choruses
and funky rhythms.
Free
All ages
Groundfloor access for concert
Please join us for a day of beautiful
choir performances in Scarborough
Art Gallery, including the Coastival
Choir, the SJT Global Voices Choir,
Hands and Voices Choir, The SJT Youth
Choir and The SJT Funky Choir.
and ‘Riverbed Dive’ Theatre for One
Join us for an exciting day of stories,
music and performance suitable for
children of all ages…
Choirs at Coastival
Scarborough Art Gallery
12noon–4pm
Spa Grand Hall
12.30–4pm
ALASTAIR JAMES
KATE BLACK
Enjoy millions of years of history at
the Rotunda museum for free – meet
Scarborough’s Lost Dinosaurs and
Bronze Age Gristhorpe Man. All housed
in the Grade II* listed purpose-built
museum of local geology that first
opened in 1829.
Free
All ages
Full access
Backseat Mafia
Spa – Music room
12noon–8pm
7
£7 (2movies–£12, 3–£14, 6–£22)
Cert. U
Full access
Dir: Michele Hozer, Peter Raymont.
Fascinating documentary about the
extraordinary and influential Canadian
pianist Glenn Gould.
A Yorkshire Coast Journey
Lupin Cafe, Ramshill Road
2-4pm
Free
All ages
Level access to cafe. Steep flight
of stairs to toilet.
A reading of poems inspired by the
Yorkshire landscape that complement
the exhibition of original photos by
Ruth Collett. Ruth writes haikus in her
head as she walks the cliff paths and
beaches, then records them with the
help of a mug of tea and a scone. She
creates coastal images that play with
scale and perception and record the
repeating patterns in nature - stone,
The Song of Leviathan
Spa Sun Court
6-7pm
Free but tickets required
All ages
Full access
ORPHEUS THE MARINER AT COASTIVAL 2014
Free
All ages
Full access
Safecracker
Old Parcels Office,
Scarborough Railway Station
12noon-3pm
SJT FUNKY CHOIR
Free
All ages (children must be
accompanied by an adult)
Limited access
A Day at the Seaside
Art Gallery & Rotunda Museum
11am–4pm
ANIMATED OBJECTS THEATRE COMPANY
The Song of Leviathan
Masterclass and Displays
Spa Sun Court & Sun Court Suite
& beyond!
10am-4pm
Rotunda Open Day
Rotunda
10am–5pm
SNAKE DAVIS
The Prison Project
Dean Road Prison
10am-5pm
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See the Sun Court brought to life with
beautiful illuminations in the second
performance of the community-based
puppet spectacular.
See page 14 for full details
See page 14 for full details
water, sand and sky- creating
abstract images. Ruth will read her
poems alongside the exhibition at
Lupin Cafe, so come along for tea and
a bun and take a journey down the
Yorkshire Coast.
One of the most musically inventive,
explosively exciting live bands on
the planet, Asian Dub Foundation will
get your head thinking and your feet
moving.
Their unique sound is a
combination of hard jungle rhythms,
dub bass lines, industrial, energetic
punk rock guitars, sitar and haunting
sounds sampled from traditional
Indian music, supported by militant,
fast and burning rap-ragga lyrics!
Meet different characters from
different times as you explore their
stories and the Yorkshire coast
through sound and song in the
‘Seaside Songbook’, a new choral work
by Jonathan Brigg and James Cave.
See page 6 for full details
Amy (2015)
SJT - The McCarthy
8pm
£7 (2movies–£12, 3–£14, 6–£22)
Cert. 15
Full access
A Light to Guide
Spa Gardens/South Cliff Park
5.30-7.30pm
Running Time: 128 mins
Dir: Asif Kapadia
Controversial and revealing
documentary by the maker of Senna.
Tragic and uplifting, this is the story of
Amy Winehouse in her own words,
featuring unseen archival footage and
unheard tracks.
See page 4 for full details
The Many Faces of
Scarborough
Spa Terrace
7-10pm
Project 12 is not just a band – it is the
journey of a group of young British
musicians getting together to produce
PROJECT 12
See page 4 for full details
SABRINA PIGGOTT
something new and unique. Blending
an eclectic mix of genres, from
classical to contemporary, and a wide
palette of cultural influences, from
Spain to Asia, they offer a fresh and
dynamic perspective to British music.
More of the best up-and-coming indie
bands from around the UK and beyond...
See page 7 for full details
Liz Collier, regular at Hebden Bridge
Trades Club’s ‘Love Machine’ night,
plays seductive beats and uplifting
dance music from around the world .
Kandle Voodoo are providing visuals
with a mixture of psychedelic images
and mashed up public domain films.
See page 11 for full details
King Zepha & The Bluebeat
Renaissance: A timeless blend of ska,
rocksteady and jump blues from King
Zepha with an all-star 7-piece band. If
you're ready for thumping double
bass, raucous four-part harmony and
honking horns then it's time to dust
off your boots and your sharpest gear
and join us on the dance floor!
StefM: Bridlington-based selector
with a taste for skanking tunes from
the world of reggae: rocksteady, roots,
dub, dancehall and all things Jamaican.
Free
All ages
Full access
Free but booking required
All ages
Full access
See page 7 for full details
20,000 Days on Earth (15)
SJT - The McCarthy
2pm
Running Time: 97 mins
Dir: Iain Forsyth, Jane Pollard.
Drama and reality combine in a
fictitious 24 hours in the life of musician
and international cultural icon Nick
Cave during his 20,000th day. The film
examines what makes us who we are,
and celebrates the transformative
power of the creative spirit.
A full afternoon of live indie bands.
See page 7 for line-up details
Working in this hidden gem of a
building, artists create a unique art
gallery for one weekend only...
1:30–3pm
The Victor Swanvesta Hour (and a half)
Music greats on 78 (rpm).
3–7pm
Pressure Sounds Hosted by StefM
Reggae, rocksteady and other good
grooves from Jamaica
7pm-12midnight
Coastival Closing Party
Featuring Buddha Machine, Chris
Boylan, Mark Thompson and DJ Phez.
See page 8 for full details of The
Engine Room performers
See page 4 for full details
10:00
11:00
12:00
13:00
The Prison Project (see page 4)
DJ Phez makes epic toys noise as
MAastertronic and is a mainstay of
Cardboard Cyborg, the local
electronic/experimental music night
that tours cities in the North.
The perfect start to the day. Mister
Tooley delves into his collection of
vintage gospel and R&B to serve up a
handclapping, foot stomping mix of
righteous and secular tunes on vinyl.
£7 (2movies–£12, 3–£14, 6–£22)
Cert. 15
Full access
Chris Boylan delivers 5 Rhythms
dance classes around the country, so
he knows a thing or two about
movement!
Dr Filey Selassie was Goldfrapp’s tour
drummer in a former life. Expect dub,
acid, hip hop and mambo.
12:30-1.30pm
Mister Tooley’s Rhythm &
Gospel brunch
Immersive audio / live performance
exploring the British seaside.
Free
Age 10 years+ but some content
might offend
Full access
about his residency for York Potash
and his plans to travel all over the
world with the project.
Free
All ages (children must be
accompanied by an adult)
Limited access
Free
All ages / 16+ From 10pm
Various – check with venue
Free but booking required
Age 14+
Open access public spaces
Backseat Mafia
Spa – Music room
12noon–5pm
Artist Kane Cunningham, best known
for his House Project at Cayton Bay,
will be talking about his work as a
landscape artist. He will also talk
The Prison Project
Dean Road Prison
10am-5pm
The Engine Room
Spa - Sun Court Suite
12noon–12midnight
‘Bedlam’ is a contemporary brass
quintet formed at the University of
York in 2013 by trombonist and
composer, Oliver Pickup. Hear new and
contemporary music by student
composers and members of the band –
you’ll even hear world premieres,
including ‘Tidal’, a new piece by
Sarah Stanley.
Kane Cunningham
Phoenix Court Hotel
11am
Art Exhibitions & Workshops (see page 11)
Mark Thompson plays an annual Jazz
breakfast session at Musicport. His
tastes range from Be Bop to Bhangra,
as well as everything in between.
Free
All ages
Full access
See page 13 for full details
Rotunda Open Day
Rotunda
10am–5pm
Buddha Machine playing Jazz infused
electronic music with strong
basslines, to dub-style tracks and
Balkan rhythms.
Kista, MD of Soundweight Records,
was recently name-checked in a viral
video where some of the most famous
names in Hip Hop complain about not
being able get hold of his releases
because they sell out so fast!
It’s Where We Go
Queen Victoria Statue,
Esplanade & South Bay
Seafront
1/2/3/4/5pm
A day of creative fun for kids.
Enjoy millions of years of history at
the Rotunda museum for free.
singles and EPs later, Format has
become firmly established as one of
the true pioneers of UK Hip Hop.
Format has an incredible collection of
classic hip hop, funk, Latin, psychedelic
sounds, while his incredible dexterity
as a turntablist is unrivalled.
Contemporary Coast:
Bedlam
Rotunda
11am – 11.45am
Free
0-16 years old
Full access
DJ Format’s debut album ‘Music for
the Mature B-Boy’ was hailed as one
of the most successful debut artist
albums from the UK alternative/urban
scene. Five albums and numerous
Victor Swanvesta, eccentric master of
the 78 rpm gramophone, plays rock ‘n’
roll, jazz, post-war blues and other
shellac marvels.
PROJECT 12
Free
Age 16+
Full access
The heads are moving, blinking,
almost alive… putting new words into
the mouths of the participants.
DJ fflyffilyfbybl: Global beats from
the resident DJ at the fabulous Ty Coch
Inn, voted the third best beach bar in
the world.
Supported by
Backseat Mafia
Spa – Music room
10.30pm–1.30am
Free
All ages
Full access via lift
Sounds and visuals from the
Scarborough DJ/VJ collective
featuring Soundweight Records MD
Kista, Dr Filey Selassie, Mister Tooley
and Kandle Voodoo. With special
guest, UK hip-hop pioneer and
Jurassic 5 collaborator, DJ Format.
Limited capacity - first come, first served!
Free
All ages
Various – check with venue
John Tree is a DJ, percussionist and
producer who runs the Perfumed
Garden stage at the award-winning
Beat-Herder festival.
During their long and productive
career the band have shared the stage
with the likes of bands such as Rage
Against The Machine, The Cure and
Radiohead and built a deserved
reputation as festival favourites. Hot
from recording their powerful new
album ‘More Signal More Noise’, ADF
bring a unique live music experience
to Coastival.
Free
All ages
Please check coastival.com for
access and route
A beautifully-lit story trail through
the Spa Gardens of Scarborough...
Mister Tooley is a resident DJ at
Glastonbury festival’s Deluxe Diner
stage, where he plays soul, funk,
jump-blues, rocksteady and
dancefloor jazz.
Saturday 10pm–2.30am
Soundweight Records Presents:
Stone Penguin
with Special Guest DJ Format
Rollercoastival
Spa, YMCA & other locations
10am–4pm
The weekend Engine Room line-up:
ASIAN DUB FOUNDATION
Running Time 91 mins
Dir: Morgan Neville
Brilliant Oscar-winning documentary
about the lives, careers and dreams of
backing singers. Features Darlene Love,
Merry Clayton and a host of others.
For more information on Coventry
University Scarborough Campus, see page 15.
Free
Age 16+
Full access
Art Exhibitions
Various
10am–4pm
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MISTER TOOLEY
£15 or Day Music Ticket £25
Weekend Music Ticket £50
12+
Full access
Free
All ages
Full access
The Engine Room is sponsored by
The Engine Room
Spa - Sun Court Suite
10pm–2.30am
KANE CUNNINGHAM HOUSE PROJECT
£7 (2movies–£12, 3–£14, 6–£22)
Cert. 12
Full access
Spa Grand Hall
8pm (doors 7.30pm)
BLACK DELAT MOVEMENT
A Day at the Seaside:
Seaside Songbook
Art Gallery
7.30-8.15pm
DJ FORMAT
Twenty Feet from
Stardom (2013)
SJT - The McCarthy
5pm
S U N D A Y : Co a sti v al 20 16
STEF M
Co a s tiv al 2 0 16 : S A T U R D A Y
ASIAN DUB
FOUNDTION
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14:00
15:00
16:00
17:00
19:00
20:00
21:00
A Light to Guide
Rotunda Open Day
The Last Supper
The Last Supper
The Many Faces of Scarborough
Kane Cunningham
22:00
Searching for Sugar Man
Rollercoastival - creative stuff for kids (see page 13)
Bedlam
18:00
The Den
It’s Where We Go
What The Sea Saw
The Engine Room
Backseat Mafia
Wet Sounds
Hope & Social
20,000 Days on Earth
Clive Head
Rose Ford
Water and Will
Wet Sounds
23:00
00:00
01:00
02:00
03:00
Co a s tiv al 2 0 16 : S U N D A Y
O N A L L W E E K E N D : Co a sti v al 20 16
HOPE
& SOCIAL
10
Rose Ford: Singer-songwriter
Art Gallery
2–2.45pm
Spa Grand Hall
2.30-4pm
£12 or Weekend Music Ticket £50
All Ages
Full access
Free
All ages
Full access
Hope and Social are a band… and as
well as the proper bandy type things
like gigging, touring, playing festivals,
making and releasing records they
also like to involve people in most
everything they do. Whether that's
taking 1,200 people from across
Yorkshire to learn their songs and play
with them on their Tour of Infinite
Possibility or organising an open top
bus trip with their fans for a gig on the
beach, they like to have a lot of fun
and make art in the company of other
people. Oh, and they wear blue jackets
Singer-songwriter Rose Ford performs
her folk-inspired music at Scarborough
Art Gallery. Enjoy her performance in a
relaxed setting with a cuppa.
The Den
Spa – Farrer’s
2–8pm
HOPE & SOCIAL ©SODIUM
Free
All ages
Full access
Great live music in the bar from the
popular Scarborough music club.
See page 5 / coastival.com for
more details.
Clive Head: Aesthetics After
Post-Modernism
Phoenix Court Hotel
2pm
Free but booking required
All ages
Full access
Resident in the Scarborough area,
Clive Head is the leading figurative
painter of his generation working in
Britain today. In this talk, he will
discuss the challenges facing the
painter in our current culture, and the
ideas and processes that inform his
new work. Looking back over his
studio practice of the past few years,
Clive recounts his reappraisal of
modernist strategies that enable him
to find new directions and how his
ideas can be brought to a world
audience through collaboration with
international art dealer Robert Landau.
and aim to die with their hearts out in
bloom. They certainly create events to
remember – they really do!
For Coastival 2016 the band are
looking for music groups to come and
get involved with the festival's closing
show in Scarborough's Grand Hall.
Developing their ongoing project A
Band Anyone Can Join they want
ukelele groups, choirs, brass bands,
string groups, drummers, kazzo
orchestras...anyone, to come and join
them as the ever expanding band and
play a monumental show to close the
celebrations.
For how to join and rehearsal times,
please check coastival.com
11
ART EXHIBITIONS & WORKSHOPS
All events 10am—4pm unless otherwise stated. Please see page 15 for venue addresses.
Water and Will: Songs of the
Sailors and Words from
Shakespeare
Rotunda Museum
3.30-4.30pm
Free
All ages
Full access
The Many Faces of
Scarborough
Spa Terrace
7pm-9pm
Free
All ages
Full access via lift
The heads are moving, blinking,
almost alive… putting new words into
the mouths of the participants.
Wet Sounds Scarborough
Indoor Pool
5.45-6.30pm (doors 5.15pm)
7.15-8pm (doors 6.45pm)
£5 / £3 Under 12s & balcony
All ages
Full access
A concert that transforms the
swimming pool into an art space with
sound and image. Listen to music
played under and above the surface...
See page 4 for full details
See page 4 for full details
The Last Supper
SJT - The Round
6–7pm & 8.30 -9.30pm
X24, alumni of the University of York’s
‘The 24’, sing a programme of
traditional sea songs, river songs and,
with a nod to the 400th anniversary of
the writer’s death, settings of some of
William Shakespeare’s most famous
words, including ‘Full Fathom Five’
from The Tempest.
Searching for
Sugar Man (2011)
SJT - The McCarthy
5pm
£7 (2movies–£12, 3–£14, 6–£22)
Cert. 15
Full access
Running Time: 86 mins
Dir: Malik Bendjelloul.
Legendary documentary about the
re-discovery of a musical icon. Two
South Africans set out to discover
what happened to their unlikely
musical hero, the mysterious 1970s
rock 'n' roller, Rodriguez. Moving,
compelling and unpredictable.
A Light to Guide
Spa Gardens/South Cliff Park
5.30-7.30pm
Free
All ages
Please check coastival.com for
access and route
£12.50
Age 16+
Full access
What The Sea Saw
SJT Restaurant - Bistro
7-8pm
Free but booking required
All ages
Full access
Let your imagination roam
Scarborough’s historic Old Town…
A rehearsed reading of a brand new
play by Helena Fox set in
Scarborough's historic fishing
community, performed by
professional actors together with a
small community cast.
Ever wondered what Marilyn Monroe or
Elvis’s last words were? What the last
meal of a condemned prisoner tastes
like? Find out at The Last Supper, a
performance that brings the tales of
the final moments from the famous,
and not-so-famous, to life.
Described as “part performance,
part meal”, The Last Supper is an
intimately staged dinner for 39 people
hosted by Reckless Sleepers. During
the show, guests will hear a mixture of
fact, fiction and fantasy as the last
words and thoughts of the departed
are spoken and then eaten by the
hosts. Guests will be served a mixture
of dishes, including 13 meals that were
requested by prisoners on death row.
“It is a clever little piece that
considers the way last words are
manipulated to suit history's victors
and also gives voice to the voiceless”
LG ★★★★ The Guardian
Endurance and Survival
Art Gallery
Saturday & Sunday
10am-5pm
Free
All ages
Full access
An exhibition at Scarborough Art
Gallery curated by the volunteers at
Scarborough Museums Trust.
Exploring what it takes to endure and
survive in extreme conditions.
Exhibition runs 12th January–
14th February
A Point of View
Hanover Studios
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Free
All ages
Access is via steps
Four artists, Joy Green, Trish Shaw,
Caroline Thompson and Gillian Elliott
work together to explore the coast
and moorlands of North Yorkshire.
Sea and Stone
Grejczik Gallery
Saturday & Sunday
Free
All ages
There is a small ledge to
the door entrance
See the Scarborough coast side-byside through abstract paintings and
geological drawings. Inspired by the
structural geology of the local
Yorkshire coast, Tina Mammoser
Each artist interprets the landscape in
their own individual style - from large
watercolours and rich oils, to
abstracts and papercuts.
Snow Queen
The Crypt,
St. Martin on the Hill
Saturday & Sunday
Free
All ages
Acess is via steps
‘The Snow Queen’, by Hans
Christian Anderson, is resonant with
imagery of alienation and isolation:
Capturing verbatim reminiscence
of remaining members of
Scarborough's historic fishing
families, Helena's captivating new
play takes us on a journey through the
steps, lanes and alleys of the Old
Town, revealing different planes of
time through significant memories in
the rich history of this longstanding
community.
Developed with support from Slung
Low, Scarborough Maritime Heritage
Museum and funded by Arts Council
England and New Writing North.
captures the colour and atmosphere
of the sea and cliff, and then contrasts
it through matching geological-styled
sketches - creating an impression of
something familiar, yet out of reach…
Scarborough Castle’s cliff face, the
river-created sandstones of the South
Bay, and White Nab at the southern
end of the Black Rocks. Take away
location postcards to scout out these
spots for yourself!
Floral Poetry
St. Martin on the Hill
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
10am-5pm
Free
All ages
Full Access
£175
Age 18+
Acess is via steps
A workshop masterclass for novice to
experienced printmakers. An intensive
two-day course in etching and
aquatint; all materials provided. You
will learn how to create your own
etching, which will be hand-printed,
using one of five antique printing
presses from the 19th century.
Samantha Bond
SJT
Saturday & Sunday
11am-6pm
No Label at the
Old Parcel Office
Old Parcels Office
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Free
All ages
Full access
Free (donation for refreshments)
All ages (under 16s must be
accompanied by an adult)
Full Access
3D workshop Friday 12.30–3.00pm
Painting workshop Friday 12.30-3pm
Free
All ages
Full access but steep flight of
stairs to toilet
‘A Yorkshire Coast Journey’ in words
and pictures is an exhibition of
original photos by Ruth Collett. There
is also a reading of Ruth’s poems
inspired by the Yorkshire landscape on
Saturday (see page 7).
Free
All ages (children must be
accompanied by an adult)
Limited access
The ‘Prison Project’ is a visual arts
project which explores contemporary
drawing in response to the space /
building of Dean Road Prison,
Scarborough (see page 4).
Printmaking workshop
Sunday 12.30– 3pm
ArttherapyYorkshire present an
exhibition of paintings and sculpture
by artists who have engaged with ATY
over the past three years. Clients and
professionals alike combine to offer
Black Cat Open Studio
Black Cat Studio
Friday & Saturday
Sunday 2-4pm
Free
All ages
Aceess via one step
An expo of textile work – felted wallhangings and small prints and crafts,
often inspired by the moors and
extreme weather conditions.
textured paintings that she wants
people to touch and immerse
themselves in.
A beautifully-lit story trail through
the Spa Gardens of Scarborough...
See page 4 for full details
A Yorkshire Coast
Journey Exhibition
Lupin Cafe
Friday & Saturday
The Prison Project
Dean Road Prison
Saturday & Sunday
10am-5pm
Angela Chalmers creates images using
a Victorian printing process. Her work
deals with the intricacies of the
human condition, often with a deeper
focus on history, memory and
femininity. ‘Floral Poetry’ explores the
language of flowers and the obsession
of botanical specimen collecting and
pressed flowers in Victorian society.
Exploring the beauty of the North East
Coast, Samantha champions the lesser
known areas that are just as striking
as Scarborough, Sandsend and Whitby
– areas that not many people have
heard of. Samantha creates layered,
shattered glass, distorting mirrors,
snow and ice…..and yet the red rose
finally blooms, an iconic symbol of
redemptive love. Alan Davis’ stained,
fused and mirrored glass is a fitting
medium. Combined with Vivien
Mousdell’s exploration of light and
shadow, space and the tactile senses,
these will be experienced in an
entirely new and dramatic way.
Printmaking: Etching &
Aquatint Masterclass
Byways, Scalby
Saturday & Sunday
9.30am–6pm
insights into the beauty and
complexity of art produced by those
not generally considered to be part of
the artworld.
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CREATIVE STUFF FOR KIDS
All events 10am—4pm unless otherwise stated. Please see p.15 for venue addresses.
Saturday
Transterminus
Old Parcels Office
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Art Drop-In
Spa – Regency Room 1
10am–12noon & 2-4pm
Free
All ages
Full access
Inspired by the location of the Old
Parcel Office at Scarborough Railway
Station, students from Yorkshire Coast
College’s Art Foundation and BA Fine
Art Courses have reused packaging
materials to create an installation
which explores how themes of
transport, travel and natural or
manmade events shape our
landscape; not only their physical
impact, but how they might affect us
culturally, politically or emotionally.
Sally Gatie Open Studio
Woodend
Saturday & Sunday
Free
All ages
Full access
Eileen Heaton Open Studio
Woodend
Saturday & Sunday
Free
All ages
Full access
Ocean Peace Totems
Library Concert Hall
10am–12noon & 1-3pm
Street theatre with Ian
Town centre / Seafront
11am–4pm
Free
5-16 years old
Full access
Clap Trap Productions Children’s Story readings
Children’s Library
11am–12noon & 1-2pm
Free
All ages / families
Full access
Free
4 years+
Full access
Capture the peaceful beauty of the
deep ocean with artist Gaby Naptali as
you make or contribute to a mixed
media personalised Totem. Put 2 and
3D 'collages' of colourful corals, sea
Discover paintings of time and place.
Eileen’s work interprets fantasy,
combining its deeper meaning with
reality and nostalgic childhood
memories. Her work is often based on
old black and white photographic
imagery. These sources are
mechanically and digitally
reinterpreted and finally painted in a
traditional manner onto canvas.
Lindsey Tyson Open Studio
Woodend
Saturday & Sunday
Free
All ages
Full access
Sally's work may be described as both
figurative and abstract - her peaceful
figures are cocooned within a sea of
abstraction, surrounded by the
rhythmic floral meanderings which
venture to engulf them. Within her
paintings she attempts to create a
pocket of peace and calm alongside
the chaotic patterned space, which
results in a tension between the
tenderness of the figure and the
unease of the surrounding chaos.
Free
12 years and under
Full access
Sunday
Join us for a fun and imaginative
experience working with clay. Make
your own dinosaur footprints and
fossils. Create 3D fish ornaments and
get creative with paper crafts and
stained glass windows.
The Cloud Collector
Spa – Regency Room 2
10-11am, 2-3pm
Free
10 years and under
Full access
The Cloud Collector is a wholly
inclusive and interactive storytelling
experience for all the family. Learn the
secrets of the skies above: the wonder
Ian Douglas is a storyteller of great
renown and has travelled the land
from tip to toe telling his tales to
audiences large and small. Ian will be
joining us for our festival on his little
pedal-powered bow top caravan
“Jack”, so feel free to join him for a
story or two as he travels the town…
creatures, fish, sea anemones, star
fish, octopi, seahorses, snails, fossils
or whatever you like onto your Totem
and bring it to life!
the unfolding drama as they join in
with familiar lines and react to the
well-known characters.
Origami Sea Creatures
Sealife Centre 10am–12 noon
SJT 2-4pm
Coastline felting
Library – Small Room
10am–12noon & 1-3pm
Free but booking required
7 years+
Full access
Mysterious mermaids, maritime
monsters, soaring sea birds and flying
fish! Get the opportunity to make
these and many other coast-inspired
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participants will simply use wool,
soapy water and friction to create a
felted masterpiece in this fun and
vibrant workshop.
11:00
12:00
Young people aged 4 to 12 are invited
to join three professional theatre
artists at the YMCA to create a musical
Come and work with the trainer of
STOMP. Billy Hickling, the awardwinning TrashBang! Man, will teach you
how to make music out of your household rubbish… or anything else that
comes to hand! Billy has been showing
people how to do this from Brazil to
Hawaii to Moscow and Manila. Now he
will show you how rhythm is a universal
language that’s great fun to learn,
whether you are five or ninety-five…
theatre performance based on the
Yorkshire Coast. We’ll embark on a
rehearsal process before performing
the finished work to an audience of
family and friends in the YMCA
Theatre.
The Giving Tree
Crescent Arts
10.30am-1.30pm
£10 per child
Children aged 4-11 + a parent/carer
No access
See Saturday opposite
A morning of book-related fun with a
Valentine's theme: hear stories, write
and illustrate your own, then turn it
into a beautiful book.
Ocean Peace Totems
Spa – Regency Room 2
10am–12noon & 1-3pm
Street theatre with Ian
Town centre / Seafront
11am–4pm
Free
5-16 years old
Full access
See Saturday opposite
Free
All ages / families
Full access
creatures using nothing but paper.
Artist Tabitha will talk you through
some simple origami to make some
not-so-simple-looking folded
masterpieces!
SATURDAY
10:00
Free but booking required
5 years+
Full access
Free pre-book online via YMCA
4-7 & 8-12 years
Full access
Free
12 years and under
Full access
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with giant pu
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‘Song of Levi
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- see page 14
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of the clouds and the secret dragons
they hold. Join The Cloud Collector and
take part in his stories of adventure,
magic, science and silliness.
Trash percussion
YMCA
10am–12.30pm & 1.30–4pm
Art Drop-In
Spa – Regency Room 1
10am–12noon & 2-4pm
Free
7 years+
Full access
Working from her studio in
Scarborough, Lindsey’s work is
inspired and driven by the love of her
surroundings and the combination of
many and varied textile and art
processes.
A weaver by trade, Lindsey has
sidestepped into the world of felt
making – creating a range of work
that defies description.
Classic stories, familiar to all and
suitable for all ages from 4 upwards
e.g. Little Red Riding Hood and
Rapunzel... told in a dramatic,
interactive style, encouraging
audience members to become part of
YMCA Productions
‘Play in a Day’
YMCA
10am–4pm
See Saturday opposite
SUNDAY
13:00
14:00
15:00
16:00
10:00
11:00
12:00
13:00
Art Drop-in Age 12 yrs & under
Art Drop-in Age 12 yrs & under
The Cloud Collector Age 10 yrs & younger
The Cloud Collector Age 10 yrs & younger
YMCA Play in a Day Ages 4-7 & 8-12 yrs
Ocean Peace Totems Age 5-16 yrs
Origami Sea Creatures Age 7+
Coastline felting Age 7+
Origami Sea Creatures Age 7+
Coastline felting Age 7+
Street Theatre with Ian All ages
Story readings Age 4+
Story readings Age 4+
Ocean Peace Totems Age 5-16 yrs
Trash Percussion Age 5 yrs+
15:00
16:00
Art Drop-in Age 12 yrs & under
Art Drop-in Age 12 yrs & under
Ocean Peace Totems Age 5-16 yrs
14:00
Ocean Peace Totems Age 5-16 yrs
Trash Percussion Age 5 yrs+
The Giving Tree Age 4-11 yrs
Street Theatre with Ian All ages
14
Co a s tiv al 2 0 16 : L E V I A T H A N
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Animated Objects Theatre Company in association with Coastival Present:
FESTIVAL
The Song of Leviathan
Spa sun court
Friday 6.30–7.30pm
Free but ticket required
All ages
Full access
The Song of Leviathan
Masterclass and Displays
Spa sun court
Saturday
The Voyage of Leviathan
South Bay
Saturday 1.30pm
Free
All ages
Open access; public spaces
Free
All ages
Full access
Featuring a host of giant
On Saturday, a whole programme of
community arts will be on offer as part
of ‘The Song of Leviathan’:
puppets, live music, a
procession on the beach,
online shadow
puppetry and a huge
Try giant Puppetry
for Yourself
community cast, this is
performance on an epic
scale. You’ll not want
to miss a single moment of
this moving story of
heroism, treachery and
adventure from the
company that brought the
dramatic Orpheus the
Mariner to Coastival in 2014.
Here is a brief guide to
where you can get close to
the action, and what you can
expect to experience over
A puppetry masterclass with artistic
director, Lee Threadgold
Set in the inspiring location of the Spa
Complex’s magical Sun Court, behold
the story of the great mechanical
whale Leviathan and the young couple
who set sail upon the mighty oceans.
Prepare yourselves for a visual
spectacle, with enchanting live music
from Raven, and a whole host of
illuminated giant creatures. This
performance is suitable for audiences
of all ages.
This is a free activity, but places are
strictly limited. The tickets for this
event will be available from January
11th. Check coastival.com for details.
the weekend.
Spa Sun Court Suite
10.30-11.15am
Please advise us when you
book your tickets if you have
any access requirements, or if
you would like to access
either the signing or the
audio description.
Selfies in the Seaside Tradition
Spa Sun Court Suite
Saturday
10.30am-12.30pm & 1.30-3.30pm
The Sun Court will also be playing host
to a number of peep-through boards,
featuring scenes from the show. Come
along and capture your
heroic side on
your phone or
camera, then...
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Get up close and personal with some
of the puppets.
Spa Sun Court & Sun Court Suite
10.30am-12.30pm
We will also have a number of giant
puppets on display in the Sun Court
and the Sun Court Suite between 10.30
and 12.30 on Saturday morning.
Meet the Creatures
Puppets hit the streets!
Spa, Town Centre & South Bay
11.20am-12.30pm
Learn all about the design and
operation of some of our giant
puppets in a masterclass with Lee
Threadgold, artistic director of
Animated Objects Theatre Company.
Lee will take you through some of the
design features of the puppets and
show you the techniques of how to
manipulate them in performance.
There will then be the opportunity to
have a go yourselves with some of the
creatures from the show.
Be Part of the Adventure
There will be sign language
interpretation on the Friday
evening performance, and
audio description available
for both performances in the
Sun Court. We will also be
producing relaxed
performance documentation
and access details for the Sun
Court venue which will be
available online in the week
prior to the festival.
Display of Giant Creatures
from the production
This is a free activity, but places are
strictly limited. The tickets for this
event will be available from January
11th. Check coastival.com for details.
A number of our giant creatures will
be taking to the streets on the
Saturday morning. Look out for them
on walkabout in the town centre,
along the South Bay, and
around the Spa giving a taster of what
you’ll see on ‘The Voyage of Leviathan’
in the afternoon.
The whole cast of puppets in
procession, South Bay Beach - there
will be markers on the beach to
indicate the route!
Join us for ‘The Voyage of
Leviathan’, as the cast take to the
beach for a procession featuring a
whole host of giant puppets and
characters from the show in an
explosion of music and colour, as the
story is told against the dramatic
backdrop of the North Sea.
Find a spot along the marked route
on South Bay beach, and watch the
story unfold as the whole company
passes by. Expect to see giant sea
creatures alongside magical beings,
and the wonders of the frozen north.
A visual spectacle on a grand scale.
Wrap up and join the adventure!
The Song of Leviathan
Spa sun court
Saturday 6-7pm
Free but ticket required
All ages
Full access
£10 Adults / £7 Concessions
All ages
Full access
An adaptation of the hugely popular
novel and film, retaining its gritty
charm and popular staying power.
Billy has problems at school and at
home: he’s neglected by his mother,
beaten by his brother and bullied on
all sides. He adopts a fledgling kestrel
and treats it with all the tenderness he
has never known. Slowly, he begins to
see for the first time what he could
achieve – if only he tried.
Beach Clean
South Bay Beach
Saturday
12noon–2pm
Free
All ages (children should be
accompanied by an adult)
Open access public space
Help make our coast a little bit more
beautiful. Join us for whatever time
you can spare to clean the South Bay.
A Personal Journey with ‘Riverbed Dive’
Coastival Music Café Night
SJT
Friday 5th
8.30pm
Spa Sun Court Suite
10-11am, 12noon-12.45pm & 2-3pm
See the Sun Court brought to life with
beautiful illuminations in the second
performance of the community-based
puppet spectacular.
Spa Sun Court Suite
10.30am-12.30pm & 1.30-3.30pm
Encounter a world of underwater
delights with Lempen Puppet Theatre
who will be performing ‘Riverbed
Dive’. With the aid of a giant diving
helmet they will take you to the deep
in a 3 minute shadow puppetry show
for one, (plus curious onlookers). Dive
to the riverbed without getting wet
and find out who lives there...
This is a free event to drop-in, but
please be aware that you may have to
wait a short while.
Stephen Joseph Theatre (SJT),
Westborough, YO11 1JW
The Spa Complex,
Seafront/South Bay, YO11 2HD
The Rotunda,
Vernon Road, YO11 2PS
THANKS
& CREDITS
Scarborough Art Gallery,
The Crescent, YO11 2PW
Wendy Holroyd, Michelle Watts,
Woodend, The Crescent, YO11 2PW
Christine Maloney, Helen Berry,
Coastival is organised by Create:
Jo Davis, Frankie Dixon,
Dean Road Depot (Prison),
Dean Road, YO12 7QS
Annie Hooper, Caroline Simpson,
Paul Beck.
Scarborough Indoor Pool,
Ryndle Crescent, YO12 6AQ
The Old Parcels Office,
Railway Station Car Park,
Westborough, YO11 1TU
Scarborough Library,
Vernon Road, YO11 2NN
Scarborough Sealife Centre,
Scalby Mills, YO12 6RP
YMCA, St. Thomas Street, YO11 1DY
Coastival would not happen
without a whole team of people
who give their time and expertise.
We are indebted to them all. Many
thanks go to our: partners in
programming , marketing team,
technical management,
volunteers, funders and sponsors,
all our partner venues, galleries
and their staff, all artists,
West Pier, YO11 1PD
performers and contributors.
Seafront/South Bay, YO11 1NU
Thanks to our patrons: Sir Alan
The Esplanade, YO11 2AG
and Lady Ayckbourn, Clare Teal,
Queen Victoria Statue (Town Hall),
St. Nicholas Street, YO11 2HG
Sir Ben Kingsley, Mark Richardson.
Phoenix Court Hotel,
8/9 Queen’s Parade, YO12 7JB
Be part of a masterpiece!
This is a drop-in session.
No need to book.
Scalby School Presents
Kes at the SJT
SJT
Thursday 11th 7.30pm
Friday 12th 7.30pm
Saturday 13th 2pm & 7.30pm
Theatre for One
Giant Colouring Seascape
If you’re one of those people who love
to spend time colouring, and would
like to get involved in a large scale
piece of art, we have a giant seascape
in the Sun Court Suite on Saturday
morning featuring every creature and
location from ‘The Song of Leviathan’.
Come along and drop-in to add your
own explosion of colour to the picture
- then take a closer look at some of
the giant creatures while you’re here!
All events take place in
February 2016
VENUES
This is a free activity, but places are
strictly limited. The tickets for this
event will be available from January
11th. Check coastival.com for details.
£7.50
All ages
Full access
Singer-songwriter Anna Shannon.
Support from Suzy Blu.
The Really Big Sing
Spa Grand Hall
Tuesday 23rd
2-2.30pm
Free but booking required
All ages
Full access
Enjoy the vocal delights of 600 singing
children from more than a dozen
primary and secondary schools in the
Scarborough, Whitby and surrounding
areas as they unite to take part in The
Really Big Sing.
St Martin On-The-Hill,
Craven Street, YO11 2BT
Grejczik Gallery,
Hanover Road, YO11 1LS
Hanover Studios,
3a Hanover Road, YO11 1LS
Byways,
Low Street, Scalby, YO13 0QW
Black Cat Open Studio, 6 Beck Lane,
Cloughton, YO13 OAY
Lupin Cafe,
29 Ramshill Road, YO11 2LW
Cresent Arts,
The Crescent, YO11 2PW
The Studio Gallery,
5 Belle Vue Parade, YO11 1SU
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