Carl Barat and more for Festival No.6

Gold Panda, King Krule and The Whip among other new names...

Photographer:Sara Bowrey

Chris Eustace - 20 July 2012

Barat will be appear alongside an exclusive screening of Roger Sargent’s acclaimed Libertines' film 'There Are No Innocent Bystanders'. The singer will introduce the film, then afterwards hold a Q&A session and play acoustic versions of Libertines classics.

Gold Panda, King Krule, The Whip, Race Horses, Jape, The Early Years, Stealing Sheep, Mary Epworth , Splashh, Marika Nicholls, Roy Wilkinson, and The Kane Players are also new for the festival, which takes place in Portmeirion, Wales - famous for being the set of cult 60’s TV show ‘The Prisoner’ - from 14-16 September 2012.

New comedians have also been added with Simon Day, Phill Jupitus, Marcus Brigstocke, Andrew Maxwell, Andre Vincent, Tony Law, Benny Boot, Paul Myrehaug, Pete Cain, Ben Ven Der Velde, Carrie Quinlan, Wade McElwan, and Wes Packer all set to perform.

John Niven will read from his first thriller 'Cold Hands' on the Piazza Stage hosted by Stuart Maconie, and writers Caitlin Moran, Jan Morris and Ross Raisin, zoologist, filmmaker and writer Lucy Cooke are also confirmed, plus Richard Milward, Evie Wyld, Rob Chapman, Richard King, Rob Young, Roy Wilkinson, Mike Garry, Charlie Boyer and Elliott Roberts will also appear.

Don't Tell Stories is new for the Magical Woodlands Trail, where “a mix of troubadours, story tellers, poets, mystics, puppet mistresses and artists will bring the woods alive with performances, processions, installations, interactive poetry and song-writing experiences.”

The line-up also includes Theatre of Dolls, Propagating Dan, Ifoundsound, Joyful Joyous Tarot, We Make Hay, The Giant Picnic Blanket and Sara Hurley.

New Order, Primal Scream and Spiritualized are among the acts previously announced to play the event.

Click here for the full Festival No.6 line-up.

Last month we spoke with festival founder Gareth Cooper of Outgoing - read the feature on the festival by clicking here.

Festival No.6 tickets are on sale now, priced as follows:

Weekend Camping Ticket (Tier 2) '£129.00 + Booking Fee' 

Weekend Camping Ticket (Tier 3) '£139.00 + Booking Fee'

Young Persons Weekend Camping Ticket (11 years - 15 years) '£79.00 + Booking Fee'

Weekend Car Parking (Park & Ride) '£10.00 + Booking Fee'

Weekend Camper-van Pass '£75.00 + Booking Fee'

Adult Local Ticket Weekend Camping Ticket '£99.00 + Booking Fee'(Purchased from Portmeirion from May 15)

Young Persons Local Weekend Camping Ticket (11 years - 15 years)'£40.00 + Booking Fee' (Purchased from Portmeirion from May 15)

Click here to buy Festival No.6 tickets.


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