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TITAN THE ROBOT


INTERNATIONAL SUPERSTAR! 3.00pm – Arena, Sandpit Field Quite literally the BIGGEST entertainer on the planet and he just loves to sing and dance! Don’t miss him - he’s massive and very, very funny! 5.00pm – Arena, Sandpit Field He’s BIG and BACK FOR MORE! Don’t miss a second chance to see the BIG guy, talking, singing and dancing -a fabulous entertainer. 8.00pm – Shore Road Your last chance to see this GREAT entertainer singing and dancing before the firework display. Full details page 29


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER White Swan


SWANAGE LINEDANCERS 2.00pm to 3.30pm - Seafront Back again this year to entertain and introduce you to some new dance routines set to wonderful Country and Western music. Come along and enjoy a fun filled session of line dancing, music and maybe some disorganised dodgem style formation dancing on the seafront! See ‘Music in the Marquee’ on pages 34 & 35


MUSIC IN THE MARQUEE BANQUET OF SOUND 8.00pm to 8.45pm - Sandpit Field Banquet of Sound combed the sand, gathered the flotsam of late night jam sessions, festival antics and first loves to


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concoct a beautiful blend of rum-soaked blues, hand-sewn folk and crunchy jazz... this exciting band will have you dancing the night away!


See ‘Music in the Marquee’ on pages 34 & 35


BRAND NEW EVENT! FUN BEACH RACE Registration from 6.00pm for 6.30pm start - Mowlem Beach


If you are up for a fun challenge this event is for you! The start and finish will be on beach by the Mowlem Theatre. Entries taken on the day and limited to 200 people. Entry Fee: £3.00 per person. Taking advantage of a low tide you will set out along Swanage beach navigating around the Banjo Pier, the Swanage Bay groins amongst other obstacles. Although it should be low water prepare to get your feet wet in this exciting new event!


The emphasis is on fun - the first person across the line in each category will receive a prize, but the event will not be a formally timed event. Fancy dress welcomed. Make sure you’re there to cheer these hardy competitors on!


MUSIC IN THE MARQUEE RAT RACE 9.00pm to 11.00pm with break for Fireworks - Sandpit Field Rat Race is a nine-piece Dorset-based Ska band that has been entertaining audiences all over the country playing


Jamaican Two-Tone and original tunes. Pork Pie hats and Two-Tone suits are the order of the night and make sure you’ve polished up your ‘Skank’ moves! See ‘Music in the Marquee’ on pages 34 & 35


FIREWORKS DISPLAY 9.45pm approximately - Seafront These stunning evening displays are always one of the highlights of Carnival week as Pains Fireworks provides the last of this year’s three Fireworks Spectaculars. The display will be fired from the jetty in the centre of the bay, so make your way to the many vantage points around the bay - the Seafront, Sandpit Field, Downs or near the Quay, and await a thrilling time!


DON’T FORGET - to bring lots of loose change when you come tonight! Our volunteers will be among the crowd collecting for the benefiting charities. NB If weather conditions prohibit tonight’s display taking place, it will be rearranged for tomorrow evening. Full details page 19


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER La Trattoria, Curiosity, Fortes Ice Cream, Swanage Coastal Park, Harrow House, Swanage Town Council and all of the other stores, hoteliers and businesses who help to fund these spectacular occasions


See you all again next year…


July 29th to August 5th Mark your diary now!


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