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We are really excited to have Nexus Institute of Creative Arts hosting our Tuesday night after-hours party! Nexus ICA are a Christian Higher Education provider that offer degrees in Popular Music & Worship, Songwriting and Event Technology. Join a talented group of their students for a great evening of live music where you can sing, dance and enjoy fellowship together.
It's Tim Vine and John Archer Live! Here's your chance to catch these two promising youngsters as they return to Spring Harvest for four nights of laughter. Expect Comedy, magic and mayhem for all. The perfect end to your day, and their careers. Once seen never forgotten. (And you will try.)
World Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker is a poet and a maths graduate. He writes about important stuff like hope, dinosaurs and German falafel-spoons. His latest collection ‘Unashamed’ was published with Burning Eye in 2022 and he has been sharing poems from it at every available opportunity ever since.
Paul Kerensa is a British Comedy Award-winning co-writer of TV and radio, including BBC's Miranda, Not Going Out, Top Gear, C4's TFI Friday, ITV's Royal Variety Performance and many more. He's toured with Bible Society, written several books, and is a frequent broadcaster on Radio 2's Pause For Thought, as well as hosting Sunday Breakfast on BBC Radio Sussex and Surrey.
Join Paul as he premier’s his unique new show – The First Religious Broadcast: Re-enacted!
101 years ago, Peckham’s Dr James Boon became Britain’s first religious broadcaster, transmitting an entire service INTO his church from miles away. For the first time in a century, Paul re-delivers his sermon and tells this amazing tale.
Tom Hartley Booth is an indie/folk/rock singer-songwriter from Norfolk known for his distinctive vocal style, vulnerable yet compelling songs, and textured acoustic guitar playing. Tom appeared as a contestant on ITV's 'The Voice UK 2022', progressing to the quarter-finals. In 2019 he released his debut album MY PEACE WILL COME, a collection of honest songs about hope, love and the passing of time.
Riverside Performing Arts is a theatre company passionate about using the performing arts in dynamic and innovative ways to serve the community by communicating Christian truths and values and addressing issues relevant to the various age groups in which we work. We lead performances and workshops in a variety of settings such as schools, youth and community groups, churches, festivals, and professional theatres.
They’ll be the resident theatre company and also doing an After Hours show.
Leah McFall is an artist from Northern Ireland who first appeared on our television screens in 2013 on BBC's The Voice UK. Leah went on to tour with Will.i.am and Jessie J and released her first independent record called 'INK' in 2017.
McFall released her first book in 2021 with SPCK publishing titled 'More Trust - Giving our dreams to the trustworthy one.' In 2022, Leah released her first worship EP called 'Outside the Lines' and has since been speaking and performing these songs at Christian conferences all around the UK.
Leah will be doing an afternoon special in Minehead and is part of After Hours in Skegness.