Address Reminder

September 26, 2018

It seems that people are still occasionally using our old web address which was stolen some time back.

There are a few pages from our site still visible at that address, plus some links to a gambling site. We are considering taking legal action to get those pages taken down.

Any suggestions or help in dealing with this problem would be much appreciated. Email us at the main contact address on the website.

And the reminder is:     Please use    fairsarchive.org    not     fairsarchive.org.uk

 

Thankyou….:)

 

 

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September 2018

September 22, 2018

First of all many thanks to the organisers and crews of The Weird and Wonderful Wood Fair, FolkEast and Maui Waui for having the yurt exhibition attend once again.

All three turned out to be as good if not better than last year. FolkEast in particular is growing into a rather lovely festival with a great atmosphere as is Maui Waui, who again partnered  us with the  marvelous Foolhardy Circus.

 

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We now have a calendar to offer for 2019. It’s a new idea for us and a way to share a few popular images from the galleries.

Laid out in bi-monthly pages with six photos chosen for their evocative qualities rather than their chronology, all printed on good quality A4 paper.

For more details visit the shop.

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May 2018

November 9, 2017

Ok time to mark your calendars …and to get those photos you’ve been promising to lend us out of the loft…

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The Fairs Archive have teamed up with Andy from Hare and Tabor and a t shirt has been produced using some of the distinctive art work from the pool of original graphics in The Archive. A percentage goes to The Archive expenses fund.

It is a rather fine looking garment and is available in two colours, grey/green or oatmeal/brown here:  http://www.hareandtabor.co.uk/store/p82/Albion.html

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There is, apparently, according to legend, a mysterious fourth poster in the faux-woodcut series for Barsham ’74. It’s rumoured to feature either an elephant or a bear.

Up to now it has remained completely elusive, but maybe someone could at least confirm there is a fourth or even better, reveal that they have a copy languishing in an attic? If so, it would fabulous to reunite them as a set. We only need to borrow it for a short while to take a a good scan, although if you want to donate it, it would go to a safe home.

Contact us through the website, (where there are also pictures of the new t-shirts in the shop). – fairsarchive.org

 

 

 

 

 

 


Optimism

April 30, 2017

Firstly, many apologies to anyone vainly trying to access our website, despite the optimism of the previous post, we are still having problems. Hopefully they will be resolved soon..

A belated thanks to Cally and all for the warm welcome to the Folk East benefit at The Cut on the 1st April. A lovely evening was had by all.

Meanwhile, here are the dates where the exhibition will be popping up in 2017. (And they’re all getting better every year) :

 

 

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Hopefully we’ll see you there…

Much love from The Archive.

(Here’s a small mix of pics from previous years)..:

 

 

 

 

 


Hooray…!

February 19, 2017

Just to let you know, the website is finally back online.

So change your bookmarks and links, the new address is –

fairsarchive.org

Thank you for your patience…:)

 

 


Apologies…

December 15, 2016

You might have noticed that the website is and has been unavailable for some time. This is due to a technical glitch related to the domain name. Hopefully it will be back soon…


Black Bart has left the field – R.I.P. Paddy Fletcher

October 10, 2016

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One thing that made the fairs fairs, rather than festivals, was the dominance of theatre and Incubus were the first among many fine troupes who brought street theatre to the fields of East Anglia. And Paddy was the constant, the writer and the director and the finest and funniest foul mouthed beggar, goblin and alien punk to be found in those fair fields.

He will be missed.