GooseFest 2022 Celebrates Live Music and Entertainment

A much-loved annual festival of entertainment and opulence promises a feast of live events.

The GooseFest 2022 festival of music and the arts runs for nine days from October 7-16.

Tickets for this year’s attractions, held at a mix of locations in and around Guestre, near the Jodrell Bank, go on sale on Monday, August 8.

World-renowned saxophonist Snake Davis will perform with his band.

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Pre hi-de-hi! Actor Jeffrey Holland plays comic legend Stan Laurel in the one man show ‘And this is my friend Mr. Laurel’.

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Bridgewater Hall organizer Jonathan Scott is giving a recital.

The Pipes, Fiddles, Liars and Voices of Katherine Tickell and her band The Darkening combine fiery Northumbrian music as part of their nationwide tour.

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An array of up-and-coming stand-up comedians promise plenty of laughs at the ever-popular Gossfest Buzz Comedy Night.

A weekend art exhibition will display 16 North West artists and a parish collection about the farming history of the village.

Children’s entertainer Gav Cross will put its own fun twist on some of the popular children’s stories.

Two workshops are being organized for budding painters.

Peak District artisan Terry Baker is hosting a pastel painting workshop in the beautiful countryside of The Orchards Farm.

Derbyshire landscape painter Susan McCall is running a guided art workshop in the vicinity of the farm and Bidley Dairy.

A Flower Festival of the Colors of Autumn is being staged by the Gustre Flower Club at St Luke’s Parish Church.

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Lunch will be served at The Sweatenham Arms with musical entertainment.

Musicians from the Royal Northern College of Music will entertain guests over afternoon tea at the Yellow Brook restaurant.

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An Abba tribute night will be accompanied by a Greek dinner.

For more information and to book visit goosfest.com

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