Fete Day is a creative production company producing arts, cultural and heritage projects across the UK.
The Interactive Science Salon
The Interactive Science Salon was originally held as part of the Gravity Fields Festival supported by a National Lottery grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. We are now planning a tour of the interactive globe for 2019 and 2020. The Science Salon created exhibitions about Sir Joseph Banks who accompanied Captain Cook on the HMS Endeavour to Australia, and other Lincolnshire philosophers of the era.
The Greenham Cold War Experience
Further performances of the Greenham Cold War Experience are planned for May 2019. Details will be made available here. Journey through time and experience the Decontamination Suite, Peace Camp and Control Tower at Greenham Common in specially commissioned immersive theatre scenes. The Greenham Cold War Experience is commissioned by the Greenham Trust
Flowers, Floats and Walks
Flowers Floats and Walks was a 2018 project involving hundreds of people from Grantham and South Lincolnshire who created flower installations and took part in processions and walks, as part of the Gravity Fields Festival 2018 and was supported by a National Lottery grant from the Big Lottery Fund.
Greenham: One Hundred Years of War and Peace
A unique and exciting, large-scale outdoor community event will be held on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th September 2017 at Greenham Common. Internationally acclaimed artists will be involved in the event and everyone is invited to take part. Greenham: 100 Years of War and Peace is a professionally led event project which is inviting hundreds of people from the local community to take part.
BBC Lincoln 16 - Green Fields Beyond
On Friday 15 and Saturday 16 July 2016 Lincoln hosted two days of outdoor arts events to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
Engineering Steep Hill
Engineering Steep Hill examined the heritage of Lincoln's history of tank manufacture through a series of talks and exhibitions by local historians and volunteers, and by offering the opportunity for volunteers to work alongside professional media teams on the Lincoln 16 project
Through the Lens: Oxfordshire and the First World War
An Exhibition exploring life in Oxfordshire during the First World War as seen through the eyes of young people living in the county today.
Alice’s Day is a city wide celebration of Oxford’s links with Charles Dodgson and the Alice in Wonderland story.
Steep Hill Stories
As part of Lincoln’s Great Magna Carta, Steep Hill came alive with entertaining tales from the time of Magna Carta and its impact around the world.
Lincolnshire's Age of Scientific Discovery
A project focused on the life and times of Sir Isaac Newton in Grantham and South Kesteven, where he was born at Woolsthorpe Manor in 1643.