Day 10 – Monday, 8 April
Bubbles and Slime
An opportunity to make giant bubbles you can stand inside and slime you just won’t be able to put down. Have fun and learn the science behind these activities and take home your own slime. For children 8 to 12 years old.
2:00pm – 3:30pm
Ballet and Street Dance Taster Sessions
Big & Small
For children born in 2016, late 2015 and older children who prefer dancing with an adult. A fun class with parents, nannies or anyone keen to join their little dancers. Baby siblings welcome to come along.
Pre-schoolers (intended as Academic Year before reception). The first approach to ballet technique in a creative and imaginative style.
Reception children and school year 1. A definite development from the former stage and preparation to more demanding ballet technique.
Music, energy and great moves! Children from reception to school year 1.
Adding style and challenge to choreographies. Children from school year 2 to year 4 (beginners).
3:30pm – 5:10pm
From the Domesday Book to Doodlebugs
A chance to talk to Raymond Thatcher, author of a new history of New Cross, over a glass of wine – and to buy his book. Raymond has lived in Telegraph Hill for many years and his knowledge of the area, from Saxon times to the present day, is unsurpassed. Whether you have newly moved here or are a long-time resident, you’ll find much to surprise and interest you.
6:30pm – 10:00pm
Kettlebells Class (Level 1)
Full body workout with focus on strength, cardio and flexibility. Beginners welcome, but some gym-based experience with weight training and average level of fitness required. Class is no impact but relatively high intensity. You must bring a mat or towel for this class. http://www.fit-me-training.co.uk
Bookings – firstname.lastname@example.org
6:55pm – 7:45pm
Murder Me Too – Interactive Murder Mystery
To celebrate the Festival’s Silver Jubilee, Murder Me Too by Susan Edwards is a reworking of the first ever Festival Murder Mystery written in 2002, updated and revised for 2019 with never-before-seen material.
It is May 6th, 1913. War is in the offing, women campaign for the vote and Dr Bernard Gladstone, Freudian psychoanalyst, finds his authority challenged at home and professionally. When the church burns down after a suffragettes meeting, the household is thrown into turmoil…Watch events leading up to a murder in this intimate site-specific interactive promenade performance then, guided by the detective, interrogate the suspects over a glass of wine to apprehend the perpetrator. No previous experience needed!
The performance involves a short walk and standing throughout so may not be suitable for people with limited mobility.
8:00pm – 9:30pm
London African Gospel Choir
A spectacular evening of soulful vocals and African gospel featuring the London African Gospel Choir in the beautiful surroundings of St Catherine’s Church.
8:00pm – 9:30pm
Doors open at 7:30pm