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Boudica Festival 2018

Boudica Festival will showcase the best up and coming women in music.

Over the two day festival, join a weekend of music, films and exhibitions which celebrates inspirational female* and non-binary performers across the music industry. Saturday features specially curated live music set over two stages. We show the best up and coming female performers from a variety of genres, followed by DJs.

* The definition of female, in the context of this initiative, encompasses all those who identify as women

For more information and to buy tickets visit the following links:

Friday 5th October - Music Documentary Double bill - The Ballad of Shirley Collins & Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami

Saturday 6th October - Live Music & more - check back here for more artists as they are announced

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'The Ballad of Shirley Collins' Rated 12A

'Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami' Rated 15

Friday tickets: £7 Adv/£9 OTD

Saturday tickets:  £23 Advanced, £26 OTD

Some parental guidance necessary. Under 16s to be accompanied by an adult.

Announced Artists

Say Sue Me - a surf-inspired indie rock quartet from Busan, South Korea

“…your new favorite indie rock band from Korea!” MTV

 

Let's Eat Grandma - one of the most creative and exciting bands in the world right now

"Bold, intense pop that gets under the skin." - Guardian *****

 

NOVA TWINS -  all about that bass: the lurching, grinding, seismically distorted, FX-mangled sound that propels the music of this young London duo

"No matter what mood you're in, every single track is a banger and in this neo-feminist age of unapologetic dominance, members Amy Love and Georgia South ask all the questions and have all the answers". AfroPunk

 

Queen Zee & The Sasstones - “We've got no time for music, art or politics that are bland,”

"A force to be reckoned with." DIY

 

Spill Gold - they conjure up vivid, spiralling stories with their eerie, persistent songs

"Spill Gold urge you to lose yourself in dreams and pour out the best you’ve got, streaming and unrestrained. Let it out and get drenched bathing in it."

 

Mich Cota - Inspired by her countryside surroundings, she ingrains herself in nature

"She's an empowering new voice in music whose perspective we need." Paper

Savages (DJ Set) - Fay and Ayse will DJ music of all genres, by women

 

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