Friday 1st June 2012 - Starts 6pm
Limited Friday tickets available on the door from 6pm Friday1st, Price: £10
Saturday all SOLD OUT
Sunday tickets available on the door from 12 Noon, Price: £10
For the 17th consecutive year, and our sixth at the fabulous rural location of Coombes, this popular festival will again bring sleepy Sussex to life in June 2012.
As usual the event is organised by the founders of Glastonwick, namely legendary local punk poet and musician Attila the Stockbroker and international cask beer advocate Alex Hall, with a little help from their friends.
As in previous years, we promise you a weekend of enormous quantities of delicious real ale (including many new brews as usual), farmhouse cider, perry, and top quality entertainment.
Frequent trains run to Shoreham from Brighton, Worthing (both only 10 minutes away by train) and other stations along the West Coastway Line. From there, jump on our special shuttle bus linking the festival with Shoreham Railway Station and The Duke of Wellington (plus one daily journey each way from Brighton – except Friday when the outward trip starts at Portslade to avoid rush hour traffic for timekeeping purposes).
Camping is offered on site for only £5 per night (Friday through Sunday this year). Note you MUST book in advance if you wish to camp on site.
All compered by Attila the Stockbroker.
The Piranhas 10.30pm – 11.30pm: Brighton legends in their first appearance at Glastonwick!
The Go Set 9.15pm – 10.15pm: A welcome return for Melbourne’s bagpipe-fuelled punk-folkers.
Patrik Fitzgerald 8.15pm – 9.00pm: The original acoustic punk poet, a huge inspiration!
The Meow Meows 7.15pm – 8.00pm: Dance your socks off ska-tastic!
Fractured 6.15pm – 7.00pm: Angular and witty.
Blyth Power 10.30pm – 11.30pm: Let the train take the strain with a mighty refrain.
The Sex Pirates 9.15pm – 10.15pm: Huge hits of Glastonwick ’11 and Ropetackle ’12, back again!
TV Smith 8.05pm – 9.00pm: Much loved and very clever ex-Adverts singer/songwriter.
Garden Gang 7.10pm – 7.50pm: Munich’s answer to The Sweet.
Laura Ward and the Risen Road 6.15pm – 6.55pm: Local heroes and Ropetackle favourites.
Tracey Curtis 5.20pm – 6.00pm: She’s back, great voice, fine songwriting.
Barnstormer 4.25pm – 5.05pm: First time ever at Glastonwick. Yes, really!
Rory Ellis 3.30pm – 4.10pm: Return of the gravel-voiced ex-boxer bluesman.
Zimbaremabwe 2.35pm – 3.15pm: The sounds of Zimbabwe from the streets of Brighton!
Amy Rhymebow 1.50pm – 2.20pm: A very clever and funny performance poet.
Flipron 12.55pm – 1.35pm: Loved ‘em at Glastonbury, booked ‘em for here.
The Bandana Collective 12.15pm – 12.40pm: Glastonwick regulars but first time on stage…
The Fish Brothers 10.15pm – 11.00pm: Victorian music hall, beer, and scatology!
Robb Johnson & The Irregulars 9.15pm – 10.00pm: One of our finest political songwriters.
Wob (Full band) 8.15pm – 9.00pm: Lovely, uplifting, and energetic.
Charred Hearts 7.15pm – 8.00pm: The Swindon Stooges.
Eastfield 6.15pm – 7.00pm: Let the train take the strain, again.
The Amber Herd 5.15pm – 6.00pm: Loved ‘em at Bearded Theory, booked ‘em for here.
John Otway 4.00pm – 5.00pm: The only performer booked EVERY year – and BLOODY RIGHT!
Captain Hotknives 3.15pm – 4.00pm: From Bradford – very, very surreal and funny.
Jonny Fluffypunk 2.30pm – 3.00pm: Another really clever and astute performance poet.
Verbal Warning 1.30pm – 2.15pm: Melody-sodden 1977 punk.
Ready Meal and Scratchcard 12.30pm – 1.15pm: Anal and Poggy.