Festival promises to be a beauty!
ARE you a bathing beauty?
The sixth Bathing Beauties Festival, celebrating the unique beauty, culture, architecture and history of the Lincolnshire coast – will take place this weekend from today until Sunday.
The festival which includes art, poetry and beach hut galleries; promises to be fun for all the family, with activities in Mablethorpe, Sutton-son-Sea and Sandilands.
The festival will be launched at Sutton-son-Sea under the Colonnade today, from 7pm to 9pm.
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There will be stalls, a poetry reading from Dave Wood, vintage teatime, a musical performance from Allcock and Brown and Delphine film showing.
Tomorrow, the festival will move to Mablethorpe, where the Beautiful Beach Hut judging will take place at 11am, with the prize giving at 6pm.
On the main stage will be blues artists The Dave Simpson Trio, Shades and No Relevance.
Along the prom will be Spin Art Bikes and Odalisque Dance Workshops from 1pm and there will also be a continental market, from 10am to 10pm.
You can create a spin art painting to take home, by peddling a special bike and taking turns to drip paint onto your paper, before watching as a kaleidoscope of colour brings life to your painting.
Into the night there will be a parade from 6.45pm, starting from Queens Park walking to the Central pullover.
On the Saturday, there will also be a lot going on at Sutton-on-Sea along the prom.
The Amazing Dog Bike will entertain from 11am to 1pm and Two Eccentric Gents will be performing at 2pm.
The Dog bike is a small theatre which is ridden by a robotic humanoid dog rider, who pedals along and stops – allowing members of the public to operate the two performing dogs using crank handles and switches.
On Sunday, September 16, at Mablethorpe, on the main stage will be folk singers The Shiznitz at 11am to 11.45am and acoustic musician Josh Davie will perform at 2pm to 3pm.
Beach huts will come alive at Mablethorpe with crafters and artists showing their work from 10am to 4pm.
There will be a beach party at Sandilands on Sunday from 2pm.