The 'NEW' Game Fair Theatre
It's not all pizzazz and spectacle in the Game Fair Theatre this year. Every day kicks off with a serious one-hour debate, starting at 10am, with panels talking about the rural issues of the moment.
Day#1, Friday 28 July: Breakfast means Breakfast. Politicians and pundits discuss whether a post-Brexit Government should repeal the 1981 Wildlife & Countryside Act. It's the iconic environmentalists' act - the first European Directive to become law in the UK - but does it pull its weight in 2017? And what could replace it?
Day#2, Saturday 29 July: Working countryside vs Tellytubby Land. What is the BBC's problem with Field Sports? our national broadcaster paints a picture of a countryside where shooting and hunting sports are controversial instead of enjoyable. Broadcasters get together to discuss how this has happened and what can we do about it.
Day#3, Sunday 30 July: Nicola's hatred of heather. Why does Nicola Sturgeon hate the Scottish countryside? Taxing shoots, annihilating deer, licensing airguns and banning visiting shooters - the SNP hates what goes on outside Edinburgh and Glasgow, and wants to stop it. We bring together a panel of Scottish politicians, including the SNP, and rural heroes to discuss how the SNP can recapture hearts and minds in the Highlands. Could such an attitude come to Westminster?
Entry to the Game Fair Theatre is included in your Game Fair entrance ticket.
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