The End Of The Road: more line-up additions announced

The Literary line up includes Woodstock reports, Fall memoirs and more

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End Of The Road have announced the line-up for the Literary stage at this year’s festival.

It includes Brix Smith Start discussing her turbulent years with The Fall and former Uncut writer Barney Hoskyns reading from his new book on Woodstock.

The line-up is:

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Vincent Thurkettle
Nina Lyon
Travis Elborough
Sally Bayley
Darren Hayman
Roddy Wombe
Cathi Unsworth
Barney Hoskyns

They join the festival’s musical bill who include Teenage Fanclub, Thurston Moore, Savages and Scritti Politti.

This year’s headliners are Joanna Newsom, Animal Collective and Bat For Lashes.

On the Comedy line-up, meanwhile Stewart Lee will be joined by Arthur Smith, Josie Long, Bridget Christie, Andy Zaltzman, John Finnemore and Hardeep Singh Kohli.

The festival takes place between September 2 – 4 at its ususal home in Larmer Tree Gardens.

Uncut will be hosting events in the Tipi Tent Stage again this year; check back here for updates.

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You can find more details about tickets and the line-up at the festival’s website.

The July 2016 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring our cover story on Prince, plus Carole King, Paul Simon, case/lang/viers, Laurie Anderson, 10CC, Wilko Johnson, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Steve Gunn, Ryan Adams, Lift To Experience, David Bowie and more plus 40 pages of reviews and our free 15-track CD

Uncut: the spiritual home of great rock music.

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