In April 2022, a YouGov poll found evidence of a dramatic loss of faith in the ability of British democracy to serve the interests of voters. 78% of us feel that politicians understand our lives either “fairly badly” or “very badly”. 25% believe that major donors to political parties are the group with most influence in shaping policy, with ourselves, the voters, down at 6%.
We loved having you all at the first-ever KITE - a curated journey of cutting-edge debate and a rich programme of ideas with spectacular musical performances closing each day.
We are sorry to announce that due to illness, TLC are cancelling the first part of their European tour. This unfortunately includes their performance at KITE Festival.
The Ideas programme will include even more world-renowned thinkers, respected activists, artists, and actors to its already thought-provoking 2022 line-up at Kirtlington Park this June.
KITE is excited to announce an additional set of world-renowned thinkers, global personalities, respected activists, and superstar musicians for its 2022 line-up.
Organised by an American manager, and Russian musician, Moscow Music Peace Festival was the Soviet Union’s first unfiltered experience of the freedom and abandon of rock & roll.
A human tragedy, and a seminal moment in British race relations. The fire that killed thirteen young black people at a house party in New Cross in 1981 was a turning point in British race politics.