This Sunday is a Historic Feast! We will be celebrating our local history, while eating delicious food, listening to great bands and hanging out together.

Entertainment Schedule at a glance

11.00–16.00 ROCK 926.FM DJS

13.00–15.00 WiNGiT, West Norwood’s Got Talent

ALL DAY FREE CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES

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10.00–12.30 DJ Lawrence & DJ Luke Plowden

13.30 STEVE & THE HATS (BAND)

14.30 DJ MARTIN GROVER

FREE CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES

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12.30 big sing CHOIR

13.00 Selfolk Orchestra

14.00 The Like Minded Fools

15.00 Corazon Cuestino

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ALL Day heart & soul records

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12.00–2.00 OUT OF THE WOOD Radio Show with dj food & Pete williams - A LIVE RADIO SHOW BROADCASTING ON WEST NORWOOD'S VERY OWN RADIO STATION WNBC.LONDON

The Book and Record Bar Directions 

The Portico kitchen is open! Run by volunteers and selling healthy vegetarian and vegan delights

This month’s ‘History’ themed stalls and free activities at Family Hub

What’s West Norwood’s connection to the old London Bridge? or to the Golden Hinde, Sir Francis Drake’s ship that sailed around the world in 1580? Who put the hi-fi in “Hi-di-hi campers”?

All will be revealed if you lift your eyes as you walk about Feast and look out for our ‘blue plaques’. Take a self-guided walk around Norwood Rd, High St and Knights Hill, and look out for the two dozen blue plaques strategically placed around the neighbourhood. You will pick up insights into 500 years of West Norwood’s history!

And to get you in the heritage festival mood there will be a tour around Norwood Cemetery on Sunday afternoon, 2.30pm.

The free children’s play activities will be themed around family history and the Earth’s history – expect to colour in a family tree or help out with an erupting volcano!

And any budding artists can get on stage from 1-3pm at their very own open mic performance space, Wingit (AKA West Norwood’s Got Talent)!

Artisans’ Market

Local artists Martin Grover, Julia Mckenzie and Adam Hemus will be there at Artisans this month. Pipkin and Co Homewares are returning and there will be painted wooden signs by the very aptly named It’s A Good Sign.

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Family Hub

We have the 2018 British Charcuterie Award winners Perenilli Salami at the Family Hub again this Sunday! Be sure to sample some of their delicious salamis!

Jayne Williams Designs will also be there with her exclusive and original handmade jewellery in silver, gold, semi-precious stones and resin.

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Fresh ‘n’ green

There’s a new seller at Fresh n Green this month; KIMCHI AND RADISH. They will be selling homemade Korean kimchi and fermented chilli sauces in jars.

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Food Fair

The Stitch is a local community sewing group in West Norwood who will be on the community stall showing some different items they have learned how to make.

Tartiflette will be back for the first time in months, and be sure to catch a bite from those Slingin’ Po’Boys, the chaps at Curry Cook House or KoMex Kitchen & Pochi!

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Retro Village

The hangout stall returns with its water refills, board games, Sunday papers, Bookcrossing zone and with Heartandsoul Records playing all day and selling vinyl from all decades.

There’s a new trader, Clobber & Sprout who sell a range of beautiful vintage clothes, mainly from the 60s and 70s, male and female. They are of a very high quality and a lot of the pieces are handmade. Alongside this they also sell beautiful hand arranged seasonal flower bouquets.

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Other local events on Feast Market day – and beyond!

Long time Feast trader and local bistro Reggae Britannia get a feature in Feast’s #WeNo Insiders’ Guide!

 

Further @ Portico Gallery Sep 15 7.30pm

Further returns to its spiritual home at the Portico Gallery for a night of Light, Sound & Design.

Markey Funk flys in from Jerusalem to present his take on the heavy fuzz and psych sounds coming from his Delights record label.

DJ Food brings his AV ode to Boards of Canada – O Is For Orange – to the big screens with exclusive visual extras.

The Karminsky Experience Inc. grace the decks with their selection of swinging library, soundtrack and beatnik grooves and an exclusive premier of thier new VR glasses, beautifully illustrated by Dry British, lets you view their new 360 degree film!

And just when you think you’ve heard it all, Pete Williams pulls out those special audio treats he’s been hoarding for just this occasion, all accompanied by the sensory overload of the Further slide, oil and video projectionsDelicious food will be available from Pimento ’62 Catering and a fully licensed bar.

For more info and tickets https://further.london/

Sweet Carolina café opening

Long time Feast traders Sweet Carolina are opening a café in West Norwood! (where Cul de Sac is at the moment).

Lambeth Heritage Festival

September is Lambeth Heritage Festival – dozens and dozens of free
history events held around the borough.

September is Lambeth Heritage Festival – dozens and dozens of free
history events held around the borough. Pick up a guide at Feast, a
local library, or online here.

Screen 25 in South Norwood

Here’s what’s showing this month at Screen 25 in South Norwood.

Out of the Wood Radio Show

From 12–2pm. Out of the Wood Radio Show a two hour show broadcast live from The Book and record Bar, hosted by West Norwood’s very own radio station WNBC.LONDON

Pop into the shop or listen live on http://wnbc.london

Family Hub

The Family Hub has a mix
of food and craft stalls,
free kids activities amd
affordable kids lunchbags!
 

Family Hub

48 Devane Way, West Norwood, London SE27 0DF, UK

Retro Village

Retro Village has relocated to the Family Hub for 1 April Feast

Retro Village

84B Knight's Hill, West Norwood, London SE27 0JD, UK

Fresh 'n' Green

A variety of stalls with the emphasis
on good quality fresh produce
(meat, fruit & veg, cheese, olives)
sourced from local producers where
possible. We also feature fresh juices,
pickles and preserves, teas from
around the world, plants and flowers
and fresh popcorn, as well as a 
children’s book stall.

Fresh 'n' Green

292 Norwood Rd, West Norwood, London SE27 9AF, UK

Artisans

The Artisans’ market is a buzz of creativity
and excitement. Here you’ll find artists
demonstrating their craft, offering workshops
and selling their wares, which could be anything
from handmade pottery, jewellery, T-shirts, toys,
bags, candles and knick-knacks to stunning
photography and art.

Artisans

studiotrap custom tattoos, 2h Chatsworth Way, West Norwood, London SE27 9HR, UK

Food Fair

Whether you’re a keen foodie,
committed to local produce, or
simply fancy a bite to eat, the
Food Market will satisfy your
cravings. Live music and
performances too!

Food Fair

16 Knight's Hill, West Norwood, London SE27 0HY, UK

“The area’s crowning achievement, and a testament to the community spirit in the neighbourhood, is the West Norwood Feast. This hugely popular event held on the first Sunday of the month, from April through to December, is more than just another street market.”

Anthea Masey

Article 24.05.17, The Evening Standard