As the summer hots up, so are the plans for the Big Arts Day.
This free festival, on Saturday 14 July at Lydiard Park, is set to be bigger and better than ever – and is a MUST SEE for anyone wanting a great day out in Swindon.
For children, watch out for Tiny the Dinosaur, a life-like Stegosaurus, or have a 1930s-style seaside snapshot taken with three puppets who have jumped out of their sepia photograph.
There will be dry-land synchronized swimming display, superb mime and robotics, Grannies on revved -up shopping trolleys, Giant Lobsters and interactive multi- sensory Love Machines.
The Finale features a unique urban circus show, The Search for Swindon’s Soul. Can Eurus the Lord of the East Winds find the soul of Swindon? Can he capture its spirit in a machine? Will it all end in disaster? Festival goers can play on the machine during the day, telling stories and helping Eurus with his quest over at the Urban Circus Zone.