With a Glastonbury-shaped hole in our summer, The Face team reminisce on the best sets from the last 50 years.
Since entering the grime scene, the rapper has skyrocketed to stardom, pissing off right-wing politicians and fighting for the rights of the British public along the way.
Daisy Jones’ contribution to Glastonbury 50 – the new book celebrating five decades of the festival – is a tribute to its late-night antics, the clubs and stages that make the site’s southwest corner come alive after dark.
One week, one mood: Moya Lothian-Mclean’s deep-dive into the feel of the week.
Stella Meltdown, Cassandra, Hairy Rose, and Mahatma Candy spill the tea on Glastonbury’s most debauched corner.