Christchurch regatta & Carnival 2008 - Christchurch Quay

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Christchurch regatta & Carnival 2008 - Christchurch Quay

Post by mrix » Mon Aug 11, 2008 8:08 am

Saturday 16th August at the Quay

All times are for guidance only.
An entrance fee applies on Saturday only – details coming soon.


Midday onwards Alcohol bar opens - last orders at 10.00pm
12.10 pm Official opening ceremony with The Worshipful Mayor of Christchurch Carnival Queen & Princess
12.30 pm - 1.10 pm
FEARNE on main stage
1.15 pm - 1.30 pm Adam’s Axemen in main arena

1.35 pm - 2.15 pm
ALCHEMY on main stage
2.20 pm - 2.40 pm Adam’s Axemen in main arena
2.45 pm - 3.15 pm
STATION CLUB on main stage

3.20 pm Just Dance Salsa display at the bandstand
3.40 pm - 4.20 pm
SWAMPFISH on main stage
4.25 pm - 4.55 pm
SWING UNLIMITED at the bandstand
5.00 pm - 6.10 pm
BC SWEET on main stage
6.15 pm - 6.45 pm
SWING UNLIMITED at the bandstand
6.45 pm - 7.55 pm TARA'S SECRET on main stage

8.30 pm - 9.40 pm DR & THE MEDICS on main stage
10.00 pm - 10.20 pm Grand Firework display, 100 Years - a Centenary Celebration! Sponsored by Cookes Furniture, Christchurch


Food & refreshments on site with festival bar, rides, fun family side stalls, B. Coles funfair, games, craft, charity and trade stalls, N&N playgrounds with Hope FM and Fire FM on quay.
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Sunday 17th August at the Quay

All times are for guidance only.


Midday onwards Alcohol bar open - last orders at 5.00 pm
12.00 pm - 12.30 pm Kaleidoscope Dancers with ‘The Icing on the Cake’
12.30 pm - 1.00 pm MONKEYS UNCLE on main stage
1.00 pm - 1.30 pm Dance Troupe display in small arena (act TBC)
1.00 pm - 3.00 pm PDSA Dog show in bandstand arena
1.30 pm - 2.00 pm
JOHN DOUGLAS BAND on main stage
2.10 pm - 2.50 pm LOST AT SEA on main stage
3.30 pm - 4.00 pm
GDKR Karate display in bandstand arena
3.10 pm - 4.10 pm STATE OF UNDRESS on main stage
4.15pm - 4.45 pm
Service of Centenary Celebration with Reverend Canon Hugh Williams at the bandstand
4.50 pm - 5.35 pm
ROCKIN' THE JOINT on main stage
5:45 pm Close of event

Food & refreshments on site with festival bar, rides, fun family side stalls, B. Coles funfair, games, craft, charity and trade stalls, N&N playgrounds with Hope FM and Fire FM on quay.

NOTICES

THE COMMITTEE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE THE PROGRAMME OF EVENTS AT ANY TIME.

The committee is not responsible for individual charges made by traders on site.

B. Coles funfair rides ARE NOT included in any admission price made on gates.

Ivo the Clown
01202 473752

Ivo has won a few awards over the years and a lot of praise from local community associations for his work in the charity fundraising area. Christchurch Council in particular asks for his professional help in entertainment for many of their events each year.

Trusted by locals and holidaymakers alike, he is seen by many as the 'face of Christchurch fun' and we are happy to be welcoming him once again to Christchurch Regatta and Carnival week in 2007.

Seen along the carnival route and also during the following weekend, he will be entertaining the children and keeping them in order during our kiddies sports events and fancy dress parade.

Kaleidoscope Dancers
01202 422845

For a few years now, we have invited the Kaleidoscope Dancers down to the Quay to perform in the arena on the Sunday. Always colourful and always well supported, these girls and boys from the local area continue to entertain with a themed dance show, which this year is entitled A Garden Fantasy!

Girls and boys of all ages from 3 upwards show their love of dance and performing to the bustling crowds the congregate on the arena and these youngsters are a joy to watch!

Training at Ensbury Park, Parkstone and Mudeford, the Kaleidoscope Dancers can be seen visiting a variety of charity events and homes for the elderly during the year.

PDSA Dog Show

A dog show is always a big favourite with families, and with Christchurch is it no different!

This year, again helping to raise funds for the PDSA, the event will be hosted by Cindy Jerman and her colleagues who will judge the dogs as they perform for the crowds - or is that the owners performing for the crowds?!

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