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  • First day, Lincoln
    There will be a continuous flow of musicians on the outside stage all day and in the city centre street art will dominate the malls and pedestrian areas Todays line up includes John Pape Len Eye Mike Hall and Steve Cooper followed by the Free Spirit Dance Company then Double Take Strumming Steve Jackson Steve Skaith a Lincolnshire man now living in Brighton and who had heard about the Culture Trail via common friends in East Germany Then Dave Gibb The Ponys performed followed by Abi Moore and Neil O Grady The Free Spirit Dance Company performed between the music acts to round of a wonderful day of performing arts on the campus Patrick and Bob set themselves up ready to talk to classes of children from the Trent Valley and Cherry Willingham schools for a discussion on communication art and integration The children s primary disinterest in art soon dissolved to playful fascination when Patrick s art installations were found to be playable The first installation with megaphones and sponge hammers were a welcome opportunity for the more brave among the youngsters to show what they can do in terms of playful leadership The idea is to see if you can agree together on topics If so then you can simply go on with the debate and if not then the sponge hammers became the centre of communiation and you can hit each other The fact that the sponge cannot harm is also a symbolism for aggression release through playful means and it works Robert began his workshop with young dancers from the performing arts academy and Georgia Twynham a children s book author gave a wonderful workshop with children from the Heartsholme school Bob and Patrick s children from their debate went to join the dance workshop with

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=169:first-day-lincoln&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=en (2016-02-16)
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  • First day, Lincoln
    and beyond There will be a continuous flow of musicians on the outside stage all day and in the city centre street art will dominate the malls and pedestrian areas Todays line up includes John Pape Len Eye Mike Hall and Steve Cooper followed by the Free Spirit Dance Company then Double Take Strumming Steve Jackson Steve Skaith a Lincolnshire man now living in Brighton and who had heard about the Culture Trail via common friends in East Germany Then Dave Gibb The Ponys performed followed by Abi Moore and Neil O Grady The Free Spirit Dance Company performed between the music acts to round of a wonderful day of performing arts on the campus Patrick and Bob set themselves up ready to talk to classes of children from the Trent Valley and Cherry Willingham schools for a discussion on communication art and integration The children s primary disinterest in art soon dissolved to playful fascination when Patrick s art installations were found to be playable The first installation with megaphones and sponge hammers were a welcome opportunity for the more brave among the youngsters to show what they can do in terms of playful leadership The idea is to see if you can agree together on topics If so then you can simply go on with the debate and if not then the sponge hammers became the centre of communiation and you can hit each other The fact that the sponge cannot harm is also a symbolism for aggression release through playful means and it works Robert began his workshop with young dancers from the performing arts academy and Georgia Twynham a children s book author gave a wonderful workshop with children from the Heartsholme school Bob and Patrick s children from their debate went to join the dance

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=169:first-day-lincoln&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=es (2016-02-16)
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  • First day, Lincoln
    Lincolnshire and beyond There will be a continuous flow of musicians on the outside stage all day and in the city centre street art will dominate the malls and pedestrian areas Todays line up includes John Pape Len Eye Mike Hall and Steve Cooper followed by the Free Spirit Dance Company then Double Take Strumming Steve Jackson Steve Skaith a Lincolnshire man now living in Brighton and who had heard about the Culture Trail via common friends in East Germany Then Dave Gibb The Ponys performed followed by Abi Moore and Neil O Grady The Free Spirit Dance Company performed between the music acts to round of a wonderful day of performing arts on the campus Patrick and Bob set themselves up ready to talk to classes of children from the Trent Valley and Cherry Willingham schools for a discussion on communication art and integration The children s primary disinterest in art soon dissolved to playful fascination when Patrick s art installations were found to be playable The first installation with megaphones and sponge hammers were a welcome opportunity for the more brave among the youngsters to show what they can do in terms of playful leadership The idea is to see if you can agree together on topics If so then you can simply go on with the debate and if not then the sponge hammers became the centre of communiation and you can hit each other The fact that the sponge cannot harm is also a symbolism for aggression release through playful means and it works Robert began his workshop with young dancers from the performing arts academy and Georgia Twynham a children s book author gave a wonderful workshop with children from the Heartsholme school Bob and Patrick s children from their debate went to join the

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=169:first-day-lincoln&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=fr (2016-02-16)
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  • First day, Lincoln
    and beyond There will be a continuous flow of musicians on the outside stage all day and in the city centre street art will dominate the malls and pedestrian areas Todays line up includes John Pape Len Eye Mike Hall and Steve Cooper followed by the Free Spirit Dance Company then Double Take Strumming Steve Jackson Steve Skaith a Lincolnshire man now living in Brighton and who had heard about the Culture Trail via common friends in East Germany Then Dave Gibb The Ponys performed followed by Abi Moore and Neil O Grady The Free Spirit Dance Company performed between the music acts to round of a wonderful day of performing arts on the campus Patrick and Bob set themselves up ready to talk to classes of children from the Trent Valley and Cherry Willingham schools for a discussion on communication art and integration The children s primary disinterest in art soon dissolved to playful fascination when Patrick s art installations were found to be playable The first installation with megaphones and sponge hammers were a welcome opportunity for the more brave among the youngsters to show what they can do in terms of playful leadership The idea is to see if you can agree together on topics If so then you can simply go on with the debate and if not then the sponge hammers became the centre of communiation and you can hit each other The fact that the sponge cannot harm is also a symbolism for aggression release through playful means and it works Robert began his workshop with young dancers from the performing arts academy and Georgia Twynham a children s book author gave a wonderful workshop with children from the Heartsholme school Bob and Patrick s children from their debate went to join the dance

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=169:first-day-lincoln&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=ro (2016-02-16)
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  • First day, Lincoln
    stage all day and in the city centre street art will dominate the malls and pedestrian areas Todays line up includes John Pape Len Eye Mike Hall and Steve Cooper followed by the Free Spirit Dance Company then Double Take Strumming Steve Jackson Steve Skaith a Lincolnshire man now living in Brighton and who had heard about the Culture Trail via common friends in East Germany Then Dave Gibb The Ponys performed followed by Abi Moore and Neil O Grady The Free Spirit Dance Company performed between the music acts to round of a wonderful day of performing arts on the campus Patrick and Bob set themselves up ready to talk to classes of children from the Trent Valley and Cherry Willingham schools for a discussion on communication art and integration The children s primary disinterest in art soon dissolved to playful fascination when Patrick s art installations were found to be playable The first installation with megaphones and sponge hammers were a welcome opportunity for the more brave among the youngsters to show what they can do in terms of playful leadership The idea is to see if you can agree together on topics If so then you can simply go on with the debate and if not then the sponge hammers became the centre of communiation and you can hit each other The fact that the sponge cannot harm is also a symbolism for aggression release through playful means and it works Robert began his workshop with young dancers from the performing arts academy and Georgia Twynham a children s book author gave a wonderful workshop with children from the Heartsholme school Bob and Patrick s children from their debate went to join the dance workshop with Robert and the children from literature went to the Earthbound Misfits

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=169%3Afirst-day-lincoln&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=en (2016-02-16)
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  • Second day, Lincoln
    came other music acts The Mandarins Riverhead Ranters Ric Bob 59 Violets and Soul Summit kept everyones ears attentative and full of happy sounds The Mandarins rocked the Engine Shed with great cover songs and a big line up with five singers a sax player bass guitar keys and drums Outside a concert with audience participation on Thai instruments saw a wonderful gathering of children of all ages and their parents creating wonderful sounds from gongs and wooden xylophones and many other instruments foreign to our knowledge Then on came the Riverhead Ranters in the Engine Shed with some great Irish tunes with accordeon fiddle guitar and bodhran and cello player At 1 45pm the carnival began in the centre of Lincoln headed by Nikki McLusky professional dancer and daughter of Graham the organizer in Lincoln for the European House of Arts Culture Trail On the campus Just Rod Sue continued the music programme at 2pm then Steve Jackson the Love Boat Captains Tree House and to finish it off John Pape with Len Eye Mike Hall and Steve Cooper played absolutely fabulously to give their best to add to the festival The Free Spirit Dance Company continued their work around the music programme with some well choreographed pieces The outside programme finished at 6pm and at seven the doors to the Engine Shed s evening opened First on stage is a solo artist who made the trip extra to be with the Culture Trail 2010 in Lincoln Then Bob Bales and the Unbelievable World Band began Their musical journey through Irish and Breton rhythms under rock blues rock and folk rock sounds and beats with jazz blues and rock solos make a band sound that people will recognize again when they hear them They were then joined by After

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=170:second-day-lincoln&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=de (2016-02-16)
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  • Second day, Lincoln
    came other music acts The Mandarins Riverhead Ranters Ric Bob 59 Violets and Soul Summit kept everyones ears attentative and full of happy sounds The Mandarins rocked the Engine Shed with great cover songs and a big line up with five singers a sax player bass guitar keys and drums Outside a concert with audience participation on Thai instruments saw a wonderful gathering of children of all ages and their parents creating wonderful sounds from gongs and wooden xylophones and many other instruments foreign to our knowledge Then on came the Riverhead Ranters in the Engine Shed with some great Irish tunes with accordeon fiddle guitar and bodhran and cello player At 1 45pm the carnival began in the centre of Lincoln headed by Nikki McLusky professional dancer and daughter of Graham the organizer in Lincoln for the European House of Arts Culture Trail On the campus Just Rod Sue continued the music programme at 2pm then Steve Jackson the Love Boat Captains Tree House and to finish it off John Pape with Len Eye Mike Hall and Steve Cooper played absolutely fabulously to give their best to add to the festival The Free Spirit Dance Company continued their work around the music programme with some well choreographed pieces The outside programme finished at 6pm and at seven the doors to the Engine Shed s evening opened First on stage is a solo artist who made the trip extra to be with the Culture Trail 2010 in Lincoln Then Bob Bales and the Unbelievable World Band began Their musical journey through Irish and Breton rhythms under rock blues rock and folk rock sounds and beats with jazz blues and rock solos make a band sound that people will recognize again when they hear them They were then joined by After

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=170:second-day-lincoln&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=en (2016-02-16)
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  • Second day, Lincoln
    and then came other music acts The Mandarins Riverhead Ranters Ric Bob 59 Violets and Soul Summit kept everyones ears attentative and full of happy sounds The Mandarins rocked the Engine Shed with great cover songs and a big line up with five singers a sax player bass guitar keys and drums Outside a concert with audience participation on Thai instruments saw a wonderful gathering of children of all ages and their parents creating wonderful sounds from gongs and wooden xylophones and many other instruments foreign to our knowledge Then on came the Riverhead Ranters in the Engine Shed with some great Irish tunes with accordeon fiddle guitar and bodhran and cello player At 1 45pm the carnival began in the centre of Lincoln headed by Nikki McLusky professional dancer and daughter of Graham the organizer in Lincoln for the European House of Arts Culture Trail On the campus Just Rod Sue continued the music programme at 2pm then Steve Jackson the Love Boat Captains Tree House and to finish it off John Pape with Len Eye Mike Hall and Steve Cooper played absolutely fabulously to give their best to add to the festival The Free Spirit Dance Company continued their work around the music programme with some well choreographed pieces The outside programme finished at 6pm and at seven the doors to the Engine Shed s evening opened First on stage is a solo artist who made the trip extra to be with the Culture Trail 2010 in Lincoln Then Bob Bales and the Unbelievable World Band began Their musical journey through Irish and Breton rhythms under rock blues rock and folk rock sounds and beats with jazz blues and rock solos make a band sound that people will recognize again when they hear them They were then joined

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=170:second-day-lincoln&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=es (2016-02-16)
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