Day 15 – Saturday, 13 April

Caravan Arts: Room with a View

Drop by the caravan for a mug of tea and experience a different kind of short stay – ‘Room with a view’ is an immersive, subversive installation that plays on attitudes towards migration in the complicated times of post-referendum Britain. With drop in creative workshops taking place outside the caravan for all ages. This project has been created in collaboration with AFRIL (Action for Refugees in Lewisham) Helping Hands Foodbank

Caravan Arts works with artists, local communities & places to create temporary, site-specific & immersive works within & around the 13ft space of a 1969 Ace Globetrotter

Find the caravan outside St Catherine’s Church from 11-6pm with workshops on the hour and on the half hour. For more information see www.caravanarts.co.uk

Instagram: @caravan.arts

St Catherine’s Churchyard

Free (but donation for tea and art activity)

11:00am – 6:00pm

Joytribe Well-being Festival

Dance, Laugh, Release, Play, Family Fun!!

Workshops and free/cheap taster sessions in Hula Hooping, Aromatherapy, Yoga, Pilates, Healing, Nutrition, Massage, Feldenkrais Awareness Movement, TRE Trauma Release, Counselling, Psychotherapy, Personal Training, Contemplative Reflection Space, Meditation and more! (subject to change).

Dance like you have never danced before… Really…? Yes, bring your family along for Conscious Clubbing at St Catherine’s, dance like no-one is watching in a safe and caring environment, followed by an epic mindfulness sound bath. Find out what the hype is about!

Connecting therapists and practitioners with the community for well-being, health and joy.

12pm Opening circle in Narthex
3-4pm Conscious Clubbing at St Catherine’s (free)
12.15-4.45 Workshops and taster sessions
4.55 Closing Circle in Narthex

If you would like to volunteer contact info@joytribe.me

Full programme information at www.joytribe.me
Food served from the canteen from the new Hill Station Vegan menu.
Bring cash for food, workshops and taster sessions. Join the Joytribe community Facebook & Instagram @joytribeparties.
For more information see www.joytribe.me

St Catherine’s Church and Telegraph Hill Centre

12:00pm – 5:00pm

Orísun: Spring

Identity. Depression. Sexuality. Childlessness. Joy. Pain. Spring II is an anthology of monologues centred around “Spring” in all its incarnations. Set in a converted motorbike garage with a raw, architectural quality, we will take you on an immersive emotional journey. A theatre experience like no other. Some tickets will be available on the door

hARTslane Studios
17 Harts Lane, SE14 5UP

£10(£8)

2:30pm – 3:30pm

Booking

Acoustic Anarchy – a Folk, Punk and Alternative Acoustic night at waterintobeer

Acoustic Anarchy is a monthly acoustic music night at Telegraph Hill beer shop/bar waterintobeer where folk, punk and alternative musicians from around the country perform. April’s special for the Telegraph Hill Festival features the following:

Musicians of Bremen
Nick Doyne-Ditmas
S&M
Martin Howard

waterintobeer
Unit 2, Mantle Court, SE4 2EW

Free

7:00pm – 10:00pm

Orísun: Spring

Identity. Depression. Sexuality. Childlessness. Joy. Pain. Spring II is an anthology of monologues centred around “Spring” in all its incarnations. Set in a converted motorbike garage with a raw, architectural quality, we will take you on an immersive emotional journey. A theatre experience like no other. Some tickets will be available on the door

hARTslane Studios
17 Harts Lane, SE14 5UP

£10(£8)

7:00pm – 8:00pm

Telegraph Hill Festival 2019 – 25th Anniversary Spectacular

Join us for an evening of entertainment in the heart of Telegraph Hill to celebrate the past, present and future of the Telegraph Hill Festival in its 25th year.

As darkness falls you will see the beautiful Lower Park, illuminated and transformed, as it has never been seen before. Timed tickets will allow you to enter the park on Erlanger Road and follow a magical trail including music, performance, art, film, poetry and sensory installations. Your journey will last approximately 1 hour and take you through the natural beauty of the landscape, some festival favourites and the amazing diversity of local talent.

The trail will end at the top of the park where. There will be a bar providing refreshments in the Churchyard/Narthex.

Telegraph Hill Lower Park and Kitto Road.
Entry from the Erlanger/Arbuthnot north-western gate. 

FREE but booking recommended. If you don’t book we will try to fit you in. Please note, this event is not suited for people with limited mobility as it does involve promenade performances in the park.

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8:30pm – 10:30pm