Local Festivals: One Tree Hill Festival & Hither Green Week
Two delightful local festivals in South-East London this week, we picked our best bits from One Tree Hill Festival & Hither Green Week including the Fairlawn Singers, a Morris Dancing lesson and a Bengal Buffet.
St Augustine’s is very excited to be launching the first One Tree Hill Festival. They hope this will be an annual event as a way of gathering together local creativity in SE23. They’ve joined forces with lots of local artists, musicians and organisations to bring you a really fantastic line up. Download the full programme here
Fairlawn Singers Present: Come and Sing! | Tuesday 22nd May 7.30pm | FREE (Collection)
The Fairlawn Singers invite you to join them for a fun sing along evening. Well known songs of all sorts are on the menu! With some special guest soloists and other surprises, this promises to be a great event. Come and Sing is led by the choir’s musical director, Alistair Digges, who plans to make the rafters ring at St Augustine’s. Come along and join the singing, or just to listen and enjoy.
Saturday 26th May 10am-4pm: Spring Fair | Saturday 26th May 10am-4pm:
A fun family event for all ages with community stalls, craft, plants, variety of foods, games, live music, community art show and judging of the junior art competition.
Flavours of Bengal | Wednesday 23rd May 2012 at Bengal Brasserie, Hither Green | £12
Traditional Bengali Buffet (not including drinks)
Traditional Live Music & Dancing
Morris Dancing Lesson at the Crystal Cave | Wednesday 23rd May at Crystal Cave, Hither Green Hall, St Swithun’s Road | FREE
The Hither Green Week ‘Festival pub’ will be open every night during Hither Green Week with some off the wall acts, open mic, blues jam, comedy and drop in artists, as well as good ale and wine at reasonable prices.
Pie and Mash Films | Friday 25 May 7.30pm | The Station Pub, Staplehurst Road | £3
P&M Films are a local film company known for their collection of gritty thought provoking British independent films and cutting edge documentaries.
They will be showing the award winning “Lunatic – Gangster Without a Gun” (awarded ‘Best International Feature’ at the New York International Film & Video Festival awards 25 June 2008.)
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