Travelling to Noisily : IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Dear Noisily Family,  With just 3 weeks to the day till we open the gates to Coney Woods, we want to share some essential information with you about the leanest and greenest ways you can make tracks to Noisily Festival of Music & Arts for our 8th birthday party this July. CRUCIAL INFORMATION ON CAR […]

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Art & Human Connection

A recent survey of several hundred thousand people from all over the United States showed that around 40% of American’s identify as lonely, a figure which give or take would most likely apply to most of the developed nations around the world. In a time where the majority of people spend a great deal of […]

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Gender Equality at Noisily, one year on. #BalanceforBetter

Maia Snow, 8th March 2019 Today is International Women’s Day, a time to highlight ongoing gender inequality in all of its forms, as well as an opportunity to acknowledge the ways in which this inequality is being recognised and resisted. This year, the theme of the IWD campaign is #BalanceforBetter, with a focus on raising […]

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My Cause UK Stewarding Applications are OPEN

Noisily joined forces with the miraculous My Cause UK a couple of years ago, and what a relationship it has been! Through our partnership we have raised £4,000 raised for charities our volunteers have chosen such as Mind, Psy-Care UK, Rethink Mental Illness, WWF, War Child, Water Aid & many more. The highest donation of […]

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2019 Performance Applications are Open

Calling all performers! Our 2019 applications are open and we’re looking for a merry band of pilgrims to join the hoard of Noisily dreamweavers who are already part of the family! So if you are performing artist working across disciplines including physical, musical or immersive theatre, acrobatics, aerial arts, magic and cabaret, then you are […]

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Pat Demarcq: The Man Behind the Designs

How long have you been working with Noisily, and how did you get involved? Since the 2014 edition. I’d known James and Chris for a long time and we had all been involved in the underground party scene since the late 90s, back when I was a small boy 😉   They both joined Noisily a […]

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Race in Electronic Music & Festival Culture

10-13 minute read Ahead of our 2018 event I discussed gender inequality in the festival industry, and why in a position of cultural influence it is our responsibility to promote equality through the medium of our online content, at the festival itself through discussion, and in the musical programming on our stages. Broadly speaking, diversity […]

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The Noisily Community Needs You!

Dear Friends and Family, We all love the socks of each other at Noisily, correct? Great! Glad we’re all in the same forest of agreement there then. Community will be the single most important factor in our survival as humans, and the need for connection is built into our DNA since that time ages ago […]

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Noisily’s Future Threatened by Chinese Yogurt Takeover

In the latest of a string of aggressive investment initiatives, global superpower China has made yet another pseudo-industrial move, which many are labelling a smokescreen for clear underlying political aspirations in the counties of the South of England; namely Sussex, Wiltshire, Devon, Somerset and Cornwall. The multi-billion dollar hostile takeover of the dairy industry is […]

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Ignite Your Inner Activist

When someone utters the word activist, what springs to mind for you? Do you think of angry students marching against the hike in university fees, hurling fire extinguishers from rooftops in the process? Or maybe placard wielding anti-Trumpists taking to the streets to protest against the world’s most powerful sociopath come to mind, and rightly […]

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