Category Archives: Special Events

Feast Christmas Lights, Sun 10 December 4pm-7pm!


Feast and St Luke’s come togeth­er once again for the last Feast event of the year! Come to Christ­mas Lights for an even­ing of food and fest­iv­it­ies from 4pm until 7pm.

Food & Drink!

Come hungry! There will be deli­cious hot street food from Feast favour­ites Lucknow2London selling their Brit­ish cuisine with an Indi­an twist, Original Fry Up Material with the best bur­gers in town,

Feast & St Luke’s church come togeth­er annu­ally to bring a volun­teer powered com­munity Christ­mas fair to West Nor­wood.

Creperie Anglaise (a firm favour­ite with the kids!) and Feast new­bies Route 66 with their infam­ously yummy burri­tos.

There will also be a bar out­side selling warm­ing mulled wine and cider from cel­lars of The Great North Wood…

Christmas Carols!

There will be carol singing from local choirs through­out the even­ing inside the church
4.20 Pram Chorus
5.00 Carol singing for every­one, led by local churches (please join in!)
6.20 Crystal Palace choir

Christmas Gifts!

Inside there’s a Christ­mas gift mar­ket with a won­der­ful selec­tion of local makers and artis­ans selling ori­gin­al art­works, unique home­ware items, hand­made jew­ellery and Christ­mas dec­or­a­tions. You can also ‘gift a gift’ of a Food­bank Christ­mas hamper for a local fam­ily.

Don’t miss your (almost) last chance to buy a pack of Feast Christ­mas cards and a bag (apart from Otter Cafe who stock them)

Fun for kids!

What child really likes Christ­mas shop­ping? We have free craft activ­it­ies (includ­ing mak­ing some­thing sparkly for your Christ­mas tree) to keep flag­ging little shop­pers happy.

And to top it all Fath­er Christ­mas will be there, ming­ling with the crowds and tak­ing orders for Christ­mas… What bet­ter way to kick off the fest­ive sea­son in West Nor­wood?

See you there — for the last Feast event of the year!

St Luke’s Church, Knight’s Hill, West Nor­wood SE27 0HS.

Sunday 10 Decem­ber


Free entry

Curious SE27 Art Trail

Curi­ous SE27 Art Trail

An excit­ing new pro­ject from Feast and Sta­tion to Sta­tion – show­cas­ing artists in local shops & ven­ues from Knight’s Hill to Tulse Hill
More inform­a­tion on the artists and their works can be found at the indi­vidu­al ven­ues
All dates 3rd–30th Septem­ber unless oth­er­wise stated

1 Rose­berys Auc­tion House
A cur­ated selec­tionof con­tem­por­ary art by South Lon­don-based artists.
18th–30th Septem­ber

2 Mad­dis­ons
Cass Kirchner’s atmo­spher­ic nar­rat­ive boxes made from found and lost objects from the past can be viewed in the win­dow.

3 Por­tico Gal­lery
Presents Chilean artist Rodrigo Luna.

4 Art & Craft
Draw­ings and paint­ings by Hugh Gilmour and ceram­ic sculp­tures by Jane Mil­lar.

5 Otter Trad­ing
Works on paper by Agnieszka Stando.

6 The Great North Wood, upstair­sres­taur­ant room
Bone china prin­ted plates by artist Robert Dawson.

7 The Book & Record Bar
Signs in Motion Prints, paint­ings and mobiles by Yair Meshoulam and Mar­tin Grover.

8 St Lukes Church
A selec­tion of large paint­ings by Curi­ous SE27 artists.

9 Flor­al Hall
Ceram­ic sculp­tures by Emma Fenelon.

10 Mosa­ic Work­shop
Come and view a vari­ety of mosa­ic art­works on dis­play at Mosa­ic Work­shop as well as lots of other mosa­ic mater­i­als on 3rd Septem­ber.

11 Bon Velo
Duncan McAfee is show­ing small sculp­tures and 2D works.

12 North­wood Estate Agents
Prints by Lucy Bain­bridge.

13 Knowles of Nor­wood
Local artist Tomas Stando will show his work in the lounge area of Knowles. PLUS Artists from Bain­bridge Stu­di­os show their work on the easels in a one-day event for FEAST on 3rd Septem­ber.

14 Beam­ish & McGlue
Julia McK­en­zie cre­ates paper cut poetry and laser cut gar­dens for the win­dows.

15 POP West Nor­wood
Marc Elmes cre­ates an art work for the win­dow. Open­ing 3rd Septem­ber.

16 The cir­cu­lar plant­ers on Nor­wood Road south of Elmcourt Road
Poetry Slabs presents: Man of Let­ters, A con­crete poetry work on the ground – just add water.

17 Lantana Estates, next to Tulse Hill Sta­tion
Paint­ings and tex­tile media art­works by Phil Dob­son and Jane Camp­bell.
Opens Monday 4th Septem­ber to 30th Septem­ber


West Norwood and Tulse Hill Food Week, 24th June — 2nd July

West Nor­wood and Tulse Hill’s third annu­al Food Week starts next week, from 24th June — 2nd July, cel­eb­rat­ing the cul­ture, diversity and cre­ativ­ity in our area.
Fea­tur­ing storytelling, art, live music, fam­ily-friendly events and much more.


Some of SE27’s favour­ite local pubs and res­taur­ants will be par­ti­cip­at­ing, plus pop-up events in more unusu­al ven­ues.


We will start off with The Great North Wood’s WoodFest, a two-day cel­eb­ra­tion of live music and good food, beer and cider, with activ­it­ies for kids, and a hogroast on Sunday.


You can choose between the very best of con­tem­por­ary Brit­ish food at Knowles of Nor­wood on Monday (Book here) or a styl­ish mod­ern Itali­an menu at The Garden on Tues­day (Book here)

Whilst Tulse Hill Hotel is bring­ing fish, chips, battered saveloy and deep fried Mars Bars to town for one night only.


On Wed­nes­day, Park Hall Busi­ness Centre are host­ing a unique storytelling event fea­tur­ing local food­ie busi­nesses and fea­tur­ing Indi­an street food from Lucknow 2 London, wine, loc­ally brewed beer and of course Vol­cano cof­fee. Book a free ticket here

POP West Norwood, the new hair salon on the high street, will be fea­tur­ing a local artist, Mr Dane, paint­ing their win­dows on Thursday — a one-off live art event not to be missed, free to drop in and watch him at work!

The Por­tico Gal­lery are put­ting on a fant­ast­ic com­munity meal for all the fam­ily on Fri­day, with arts and crafts and junk mod­el­ling for the kids in con­junc­tion with local artists. Book Here (free for chil­dren under 6)

There are two chances to sample some­thing new on Sat­urday — after­noon tea from Fran­gi­pani launch­ing a brand new menu, (Book here) and an Indi­an Feast with Bol­ly­wood sing­er at Vil­lage Masaleh.


Finally on Sunday we’ll wrap it all up with July Feast, and the L’Arche Sum­mer Fair at Goth­ic Lodge on Idmis­ton Road.


Whatever you are inter­ested in, there is bound to be some­thing for you — check our Eventbrite page for all the details in one place, and get book­ing!