Following the success of the Rock Choir last month, we have a bit more music for you this Sunday, thanks to our new Entertainments Coordinator, Tom.
At Retro Village:
12 noon — you may know Tawhid from the local Co-op, but the weekend checkout boy from Bangladesh is a Rock God in the making with his own take on Western pop and rock.
1.30pm — 2pm — Cornelius Crowly brings beautiful heartfelt folk songs of recovery, compassion and nurture for the child and adult in us all.
3pm — The Stroud Sisters, will be bringing their sublime vocal harmonies to end the day.
At the Artisans Market:
11am — 12.30pm — a chill out set from local DJ Joe Perro.
1.30pm — 3pm — an electro swing set from DJ and Vibemaster, DJ B-Fly.
On the steps of St. Luke’s Church
12.30pm — local indie and dance sensation Ric Testa with DJ Cookee.
There will be an eclectic cornucopia of vintage treasures at the Retro Village, more foodie treats at the Food Fair including new FEASTies, Viet Nom Nom. The Artisans Market will be showcasing the talent of local artists and makers and Fresh ‘n’ Green will be hosting fresh produce, including another new trader, the Little Greenwich Smokery.
There will be the usual free children’s arts and crafts activities at the Food Fair brought to West Norwood by South Lambeth Play Partners, as well as free bracelet making at each market hub.
The Lambeth Public Realm team will be at the Food Fair with their proposals for change to the urban environment in West Norwood. Come along at have your say.
Plus, we will be joined by volunteers from the South London Theatre with exciting news about the restoration of the Old Fire Station.
FEAST would not be possible without the amazing time and effort put in by our volunteers. If you would like to help out at FEAST or perhaps suggest an idea, please speak to a Hub Leader or get in touch via email@example.com.