Stage Performers

                                       Life Arts: Woodbridge Mind Body Spirit Festival 2019

Wayne McHugh

Wayne McHugh

Performing Saturday at 11am & 1.40pm

Wayne McHugh

Wayne has been working as a Spiritual Medium, Intuitive Teacher and Life Speaker for many years, channelling and sharing his inspiration with many people through his Clairvoyance, Workshops, Music, Healing and Art.

He will be sharing his music including the beautiful angelic infused tones of ‘The Angel Song’ taken from his debut album ‘Angel Eyes’.  This song has a touching story from one of his many enlightening spiritual experiences he encountered whilst working as a Paramedic.

Lesley Curtis

Performing both days at 12pm, 2.40pm & 4.10pm – Stand 15

Lesley Curtis

Lesley Curtis is an established Singer/Songwriter, Recording Artist, Author, Reiki Master, Spirit Talker & Trance Medium performing her unique mix of music and inspirational themes.

She Brings the Rain

Performing Saturday at 1pm & 3.10pm

She Brings the Rain

Ruth and Jim are accomplished musicians used to performing 'live' at gigs - vocals, violin, bass and guitar.

Performing Sunday at 3.10pm – Stand 44

Wooden Roots

Traditional djembe & dundun performed by duo Marcus and Gemma Brown. They teach classes at Rendlesham.

Paul King at Life Arts mind body spirit festival

Bard of he Heath

Performing Sunday at 11am & 1pm – Stand 45

Bards of the Heath

John Goodluck first turned professional in March 1971 after having founded & run the Ipswich Traditional Folk Music Club for many years. This led to his successful solo career in Folk Clubs, Theatre, Radio & T.V and Recording Studios. He went on to form the popular ceilidh band ‘Trunkles’ which toured the UK & Europe. Now singing and performing occasional gigs around East Anglia with his new group Bards of the Heath. Otherwise can be heard playing in his bird-friendly garden at Martlesham Heath or on board his Sailfish boat on the river Deben. John and his partner Jo are currently writing their own material which is being played in local venues with Bards of the Heath.

Sunday 3.50pm

Closing Ceremony: Chris Cozens and Keith Goodwin