Musicians and Entertainers do a wonderful job adding to the atmosphere and life of the Gumeracha Medieval Fair.
We welcome all with a medieval and historical focus.
Singers, Musicians, Dancers, Jugglers, Puppeteers, Storytellers, Mime / Comedians, Troubadours, Pilgrims, Poets and anyone with a particular historically accurate re-enactement theme. For musicians, suitable instuments can include fiddles, lutes, harps, drums, cymbals, trumpets, dronepipes, bagpipes, flutes and pipes.
For this year we will be such entertainers as:
Opening Ceremony with Peramangk Custodian Isabelle Campbell
Celtic Singer & Harpist, Siobhan Owen
Welsh born Siobhan will take you on a reflective musical journey across the Celtic lands of Wales, Scotland and Ireland – and far beyond. You will be enchanted by sublime vocals and heavenly harp!
Greenwood Folk Music with Reg & Amanda Bettesworth
Greenwood performs instrumental Morris dance music from the Cotswolds, traditional English and Celtic folk melodies and lively country dance tunes, and medieval music from England, France and Spain.
Storytelling Guild of SA with Graham Ross
Punch & Judy Puppet Show with Keith Preston
Aboriginal elders – Inawinytji Williamson & Yariytji Heffernan
Gawler Irish Dancers – Tania Lockyer
Bardic Stories – Beverley Lane
Uilleann Piper – Jack Brennan & Bodhran Player – Elley
John Abbenante on Fiddle
Juggler & Non-Stop Tricks – Josh Croall
Phillippe the Juggler – Phillippe
Umbrella a’ Capella Choir – Lyndon Piddington
Children’s Drama/Stories – ElleyHassiohs
Lancashire Witches – Jill Mundy
Scott’s Highland Dancing – Sam Ferguson
Medieval Fairy – Marie Jeffries
Nava Ensemble – Maryam Mahzad
Christine Morphett with her harp
Steve Moore – Bagpipes and drums of the City of Playford
Tamarisque – Janet and Hugh Gordon & Rachel Johnston
Cloudhouse Bellydancers – Tia Luna
Wildwood Park Sanctuary – Sally Arnold
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