Directed by Megan Broadmeadow, Ceri Rimmer and Jacqui Banks, celebrating mid-summer with a collaboration with local business people and artists who set up stalls along the path of the Labyrinth.  The audience could roam at will, spending the day listening to stories,  watching folk dances or browsing the stalls selling local produce.

This was the first instance of curating instillations along the Caerdroia rather than directing a performance and marked a turning point where the Labyrinth became more of an exhibition space for performance art.