Porsche Centre Reading is proud to announce the sponsorship of the Gap Arts Festival. Launched in 2014, the Arts and Literature Festival is held in the beautiful villages of Goring and Streatley and showcases an exciting mix of emerging young talent and nationally acclaimed acts.
This year, the festival will take place from the 15-19 June with an array of music, art, dance, theatre, comedy, literary performances, workshops, talks and demonstrations. To add to the spectacle, there are many fringe events and performances on show in the surrounding clubs and pubs of Goring and Streatley. Headline acts include Cara Dillon, Luke Wright, Lucy Worsley, Isy Suttie and the Atea Wind Quintet. The full line up has now been announced here.
As one of the headline sponsors, Porsche Centre Reading is delighted to support a truly unique festival that attracts a diverse audience across Berkshire, Oxfordshire and further afield.
Sean Wilson, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Reading, said “We are excited to support such a great event that not only enriches the culture of the community, but attracts a wide audience to our local villages.”
The Goring and Streatley Festival launched in 2014 and was an outstanding success with an array of talent providing something for everyone. With the 2016 event, the extravaganza looks set to become a highlight of the festival calendar.
Find out more http://www.thegapfestival.org.
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