Day 13 – Thursday, 22 March

Drama Workshop for Local Young People

Young people between the ages of 11-16 are invited to take part in this fresh and exciting Drama workshop, run by Haberdashers’ Aske’s Company in Residence.  Working in the Aske’s Drama studio, get together with people your age to explore a current issue in a new and creative way.  Make local contacts and share your work at the end of the afternoon.

Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham College – Jerningham Road site

FREE, but please book – c.mcilwain@haaf.org.uk

4:00-6:00pm

Shakespeare – from Reading to Performance

Many of the history’s greatest speeches have been consigned to sound bites. We all know the words “I have a dream”, “the lady’s not for turning” and “we shall fight on the beaches” but have we heard the speech that made those words immortal? Do we know the context in which those famous orators spoke? Over the course of the evening five speeches will be performed live. Each will be paired with a beer by our very own beer expert, Tim Livesey, and preceded by music of the era and a short introduction to the context in which these great speeches were delivered.

Meet in the Telegraph Hill Playclub, Lower Park
(separate entrance off Erlanger Road)

7:30-9:30pm £5 (£2.50)
(Includes a glass of wine)

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Telegraph Community Choir Sings

Telegraph Community Choir, based at Telegraph pub, Dennetts Road, we have weekly rehearsals- see webpage: southeastlondonchoir.com. We sing shanties, folk-songs, songs written for choirs, world traditional songs, rounds, pop songs. Lovely harmonies and great arrangements of our songs are guaranteed. Our aim is to have fun, laugh and make beautiful music and great friendships. We are a mixed adult non-audition choir. Our concert for the festival is always pretty full, so please get there on time, and order your food. Great local beers are served too. No need to book.

The Telegraph, Dennett’s Road, SE14 5LW

FREE

7:45-9:00pm