Llandogo 2014

A Feast of Food, Fire and Flame!
May 11  2014  
Produced and directed by Desperate Men and the Festival Team with And Now Pyrotechnics, Articulture,
Savoy Youth Theatre and the community of Llandogo.

Ratty mingled with villagers at the daytime picnic and hid in the shadows. from Judge Wild Boar and the badgers. Crowds enjoyed their picnics in the meadow and watched a unique event as tightrope walker Christopher Bull, the Great Bulzini walked across the River Wye. The crowds listened to live music and the giant fish made another appearance.

In the evening over 500 people enjoyed the illuminated torch procession down to the river.

Flaming torches lit up the riverbank and illuminated boats that flowed down the River Wye. Ratty escaped Badger, Mink and Judge Wild Boar by  hitching a ride further down the river to events at Brockweir, Tintern and Chepstow.

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