Telegraph Hill Festival 2015 had something for everyone over 16 days, three weekends, and more than 110 events. Guys & Dolls kicked off proceedings. There was more: a classical concert; comedy; interactive exhibits; classes; workshops; talks; literary events; theatre; open studios; art shows; performance art and music … As every year, events were organised by local volunteers and performers who donate their time and skills for free.
Telegraph Hill Centre Supports the Festival by foregoing rental income and donating the main part of the Centre months before, and during, the Festival.
Hill Station supports the Festival as a venue, giving proceeds from the bar for Festival events held there.
St Catherine’s Church Our local Church is a great supporter of the Festival, enabling it to start 21 years ago and also used as a venue during it.
Barnes Wallis Centre is a relative newcomer to the Festival and this year will be hosting some great dance events.
This Saturday & Sunday. More local artists than ever before open up their studios and homes for individual exhibitions. Many items will be for sale, so this is a chance to buy original artwork at affordable prices. Find out more.
A rip-roaring revival from last October! Come and enjoy the twists and turns, the highs and lows, Cavalier costumes, authentic text — all marinated in a blues/jazz heady concoction. Find out more.
dedicated to producing plays from the Americas largely unknown in the UK. Join them for this play-reading, exploring a story never before told on a London stage. Find out more.