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Stonehenge 2012 Summer Solstice+Bouncy Castle tour.

Stonehenge 2012 Sunrise at 4am – Summer Solstice – 20th – 21st July 2012.

A British Artist called Jeremy Deller has produced a life-size copy of Stonehenge as a bouncy castle construction.

Stonehenge is a wonderful place, but is owned by the Crown and access to it is very restricted. This Stone-circle is however for the people. Jolly good too…

-JB-)

The “Stonhenge Bouncy Castle” (AKA Sacrilege) is currenlty touring the UK & here are the tour dates.

  • 21 June – Carmarthenshire, Wales
  • 24 June – Redruth, Cornwall
  • 26 June – Exeter, Devon
  • 29 June – Marlborough, Wiltshire
  • 7 July – Flag Fen, Peterborough
  • 11th July – Wakefield, Yorkshire
  • 15 July – Gateshead
  • 20 July – Fishermead, Milton Keynes
  • 21/22 July – Greenwich, London
  • 25 July – Brent, London
  • 28 July – Westminster, London
  • 29 July – Sutton, London
  • 31 July – Ravenscourt Park, London
  • 1 August – Hampstead Heath, London
  • 2 August – Clapham Common, London
  • 4 August – Southwark, London
  • 5 August – HIllingdon, London
  • 7 August – Newham, London
  • 9 August – Crystal Palace, London
  • 10 August – Alexandra Palace, London
  • 11th August – Christchurch Green, London
  • 12 August – Lee Valley Park, London
  • 18 August – College Green, Bristol
  • 26 August – Belfast
  • 9 September – Preston

Pictures from Redruth

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3 Responses to Stonehenge 2012 Summer Solstice+Bouncy Castle tour.

  1. Jonathon Blakeley June 23, 2012 at 5:49 pm #

    The Sacrilege “Stonehenge Bouncy Castle” comes to Redruth Cornwall tomorrow. We are off for a bounce or two. I will Report back tomorow with pictures.

  2. who_me June 23, 2012 at 6:17 pm #

    that video looked cold and rainy. hope there’s better weather for the cornwall event. :)

  3. Ariadna Theokopoulos June 23, 2012 at 6:45 pm #

    Wonderful Jonathon. Have a great trip/time there and get pictures.
    These solstices are a zero sum game: summer solstice in the northern hemisphere–winter solstice down below. Pity the Australians and the south-South Americans. But have a great time anyway…

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