Day 11 – Tuesday, 9 April

“Mend It with Mo” Children’s Special SORRY, CANCELLED

Bring your broken items and watch Mo work his repair magic (and maybe learn a bit yourself). School holiday special – your toys can live again!

Telegraph Hill Centre, Narthex

FREE

11:00am – 1:00pm

Leaf Art – Creating Unique Art with Clay and Leaves

Create your own unique leaf art using clay and découpage. This workshop produces fabulous results that make a delightful gift or a beautiful keepsake. For children 8 to 12 years old.

Besson Street Community Garden, Besson Street, SE14 5AS

FREE

1:30pm – 3:30pm

Register

Body Balance Day of Holistic Therapies

We would like to introduce different holistic therapies that support health and well-being , such as Aroma therapy, Ear Acupuncture, Phytopathology (herbal teas), Ayurveda, Massage, Reflexology, Reiki, Chanting and Sound Baths, Access Consciousness, Feng Shui, Theta Healing, Healing with minerals and gem stones, kinesio-taping and Biofeedback full body scan with the most modern Scio Biofeedback machine. 30 minutes treatments – trial of two methods are included in the £5 entry fee and the other methods can be booked for a discounted price.

The Rosemary Hungarian Restaurant
178 New Cross Road, SE14 5AA

£5

2:00pm – 7:00pm

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.

Meet in the Telegraph Hill Centre Foyer

£15 (£8)

7:30-9:00pm

Tai Chi Sword and Spear Demonstration

Combat or dancing? Come and see a demonstration of these beautiful “forms” and be guided through some “bare hand” moves.

Telegraph Hill Centre, Narthex

FREE

7:00pm – 8:00pm

Breathe 8 to 8.45pm

Stillness, mindfulness, and contemplation in a sacred space; Breathe is a 45 minute service, which transcends spiritual traditions. It is rooted in Christian contemplative practice and draws on ancient and contemporary wisdom from around the world. We aim to provide a space for you to just be, to pause and reflect, and to connect to your inner self, to the universe and to the Divine (if that’s your thing). Everyone is welcome to join us for 45 minutes of music, silence, candlelight and a short meditative reflection. We’d love to see you. No need to book, just turn up.

St Catherine’s Church

Free

8pm – 8:45pm

Jazz Jam

A music jam session. Participants can bring their own instruments and join in, improvising music. Some basic percussion will also be provided and vocal improvisation will also be encouraged.

The Hill Station

Free

8:00pm – 10:00pm 

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.

Meet in the Telegraph Hill Centre Foyer

£15 (£8)

9:00pm – 10:30pm