Author Archive | Phil

Hinckley and Rugby Building Society – Festival 2011 sponsor

Hinckley and Rugby Building Society is very proud to sponsor The 2011 Hinckley Act Festival of Music this year and help to raise awareness of and support for Parkinson’s UK. Over the years the Society’s staff have helped to raise thousands of pounds for numerous charities and are always happy to get involved with the […]

Creative Vacances visit the Hinckley ACT

We welcome visitors, both performers and supporters, from far and wide to the Hinckley ACT.  They always receive a warm welcome and its always interesting to find out a bit about them. When Jenny and Chris Trotter came all the way from France to see a recent Kevin Demspey concert at the ACT, we were […]

Si Hayden video of Moondance

Si Hayden recorded live at the Hinckley ACT in Leicestershire. Si is one of our favourite artists at the ACT, so we thought we’d give you the opportunity to become fans as well. This track will be featured on the live album and DVD.

Thanks to SES Technical – making the Festival sound so good

The recent Hinckley ACT Festival of music was our biggest and best yet – thanks in no small part to Jeff Pallett and his wonderful team from SES Technical in Leicester. SES handled the lighting and sound for the concert main stage – and did such a good job, we promised to give them a […]

Festival profile – Lynn Goulbourn

Lynn Goulborn is one of the star performers at the Hinckley ACT Festival of music. She frequently appears with long time collaborator Steve Hicks. Hinckley ACT fans have enjoyed Lynn’s wonderful voice on more than one occasion. So we decided that it was high time to find out more about her. This is your chance […]

Rick Wakeman interviewed on BBC radio Leicester

Rick Wakeman, Yes keyboard wizard is top of the bill at the forthcoming Hinckley ACT Festival of Music. The Festival takes place on Sunday 29th May at the Sketchley Grange Hotel in Hinckley. BBC Radio Leicester interview – listen online Rick recently chatted to BBC Radio Leicester’s Chris Highton about the Festival, the importance of […]