Sheffield's free community arts festival
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Location: Ponderosa

2016 community Stage

“Hosted by Trevor Tomlin & Yasmin Moxam (Sharrow Festival, Diversity Fest), the Community Stage celebrates the diversity of Sheffield, promoting peaceful co-operation between people of all genders, ethnicities, sexualities, ages and abilities.”

PITP 2016: Community Stage

12-12.40 Joey MacPhail

12.40-1 Rotherham African Drummers

1.20-2 Follow The Moon

2-2.20 Angelina Abel

2.40-3.20 Sushi

3.40-4.20 Black Mamba Fever

4.20-4.40 Nycha Dance

5-5.40 Braver Than Fiction

5.40-6 Bella Shimmy

6.20-7 Ryan Taylor Octofunk

7.20-8 Treebeard

We want to promote what Peace In The Park is all about and get the message out of our manifesto. 


Joey MacPhail

Rotherham African Drummers

Follow The Moon
Playing original folk & pop songs & tunes by Ceri Ashton. The line-up has gradually evolved and grown to the current 6 piece band featuring Kate – bass, Karen – Clarinet, Anna – fiddle, Chris – guitar, Paul – Bodhran as well as Ceri on vocals, fiddle, flute & whistle.

Black Mamba Fever
Bloody Rock ‘n’ Roll. A delicious band out of the depths of Sheffield. Four guys combined together to make a beautiful combination of aggressive rock and hip shaking melodies.

Heavy & funky with a SUSHI serving of drum & bass.

Nycha Dance

Braver Than Fiction
Dark, loungey swagger from the steel city of Sheffield, England

Bella Shimmy
Belly dance.

Ryan Taylor Octofunk

Angelina Abel
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5 piece folk rock band playing original, contemporary & traditional songs & tunes.

I’m delighted to be organising the Community Stage again for Peace In The Park 2016.
If you’re interested in performing on the Community Stage at Peace In The Park please email us directly at with a brief bio, photo, links to video/audio

2014 Community stage

community stage

The Community Stage, was organised by Trevor Tomlin (Sharrow Festival), and  was an inclusive, family and child friendly area with an art installation / exhibition and opportunities for children and adults to participate in workshops and performance.

We focused particularly on world and folk music along with activities, dance and spoken word performances that attracted a diverse audience.

The line up for the day was:

ACT START TIME (eg. 13.15) FINISH TIME (eg. 14.30)
Bleat Beat 12 12.20
Carol Robson 12.25 12.40
Mimi O’Malley & Glen McDougal 12.50 1.20
Early Cartographers 1.30 2.00
Angelina Abel 2.05 2.25
Unbeatable Energy 2.30 3.15
Beth Roche – Zumba workshop 3.20 4.00
Amorf 4.10 4.40
Son De America 4.45 5.05
Solana 5.15 5.45
Vexpression 5.50 6.10
Tandem 6.20 6.50
Sheffield University Samba Band 7.00 7.30
Brave New Storm 7.40 8.10
Bongo & The Soul Jar 8.20 9.00

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