ULVERSTON's biggest festival is returning in full force this June, alongside a host of famous faces and musical talent.

Another Fine Fest is making its triumphant return to the Ulverston festival scene this June, showcasing a variety of comedians, poets, musical acts and more.

The festival, which is in its seventh year, will see window painting, art, live music, street theatre, DJs, circus skills, magic and interactive workshops on three outdoor stages across the weekend of June 21 and 22.

Festival director, Dave Crossley, said: "We're very excited about this year's event now that's it's just around the corner.

"We will be connecting with Furness Refugee support to offer drumming workshops and will be collecting stories and traditional folk tales with street theatre performer and story teller Gaz 'Gacko' Bridgens with a view to creating a brand new show for the festival.

"We'll also be working with the artist John Hall to deliver art therapy sessions to the patients at St Mary's Hospice, via the window painting element of our event.

"Also look out for our usual, community-led, spectacular daytime finale on the Saturday, which this year will have a 1920's theme."

The festival has already secured some headliners, including acts such as Troye Hawke who received the Best Comedy Award at Perth Fringe World in 2018.

On the street art side of things, the line up will include UK Illustration Champion 2017/18 - Si Mitchell - who has produced artwork for clients such as Green Day, BBC, E4 and the Premier League.

Musically, the event will feature live acts such as Delagrave who have performed at Kendal Calling in 2018 alongside Hacienda Classical, Catfish and the Bottlemen and The Libertines.

Mr Crossley added: "We would not be able to host such a vast spectrum of world class entertainment without the support of the public, local business and our partner venues.

"It was the wonderful public that brought this crazy little idea to life back in 2014, they truly believed in the dream."