Jarvis Cocker

Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker and celebrity gardener Sarah Raven headline Chatsworth Arts Festival

Jarvis Cocker, a figurehead for Brit pop and founder of Pulp, will be among the headliners at this weekend's Chatsworth Arts Festival.

Other big names include celebrity gardener Sarah Raven and Chineke! orchestra founder Chi-Chi Nwanoku. Here are several of the artists, makers and designers who will be involved in talks and performance from September 20 to 22. READ MORE: The Natterjacks play at Bluebell Wood fundraiser.

Sarah Raven is a gardener, roadcaster and writer.
Sarah Raven is a gardener, roadcaster and writer.
Joanne Buckley
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Chi-Chi Nwanoko is the founder and artistic director of the Chineke! Orchestra, the first professional and junior orchestras in Europe comprised mainly of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) musicians.
Chi-Chi Nwanoko is the founder and artistic director of the Chineke! Orchestra, the first professional and junior orchestras in Europe comprised mainly of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) musicians.
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Jarvis Cocker will discuss his upcoming book, This Book is a Song, and close the festival with a DJ set.
Jarvis Cocker will discuss his upcoming book, This Book is a Song, and close the festival with a DJ set.
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Mark Wallinger, winner of the Turner Prize.
Mark Wallinger, winner of the Turner Prize.
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