Day 15 – Saturday, 24 March
Using body weight exercises. Expect lots of squats, lunges, push-ups and burpies in this non-military bootcamp class. No experience necessary but some basic level of fitness is required. Class is a mixture of cardio, strength and conditioning training, with elements of high impact, so if you suffer from injury options will be given. Class must be booked in advance only few spaces available. Please do not just show up as your place will not be accepted without booking the class in advance.
FREE, but please book email@example.com
Free Ballet and Street Dance Classes for Kids!
SRDance would like to invite you all to join in our fun, friendly & best of all FREE Ballet & Street Dance Classes for Kids at The Barnes Wallis Community Centre!
- 9:45-10:15am Twinkle Tots Ballet (2-4years)
- 10:15-10:45am Primary Ballet (5-7years)
- 10:45-11:30am Standard 2 Ballet (8years+)
- 11:30am-12:30pm STREET DANCE (4years+)
FREE – book your free trial class today by emailing Miss Steph
Lingotot Foreign Languages for Kids Launch Event
Come and have fun learning Spanish with Lingotot! A Spanish class for babies/children from birth to 11 years. The session includes singing, dancing, games, craft and stories all in Spanish. Hello, my name is Lou and I am launching a new children’s language business, offering Spanish, French, German, Mandarin and Arabic classes to children from birth to age 11. It’s very exciting and to mark the occasion I’m throwing a launch party and would love for you to join me! It’s a free-to-attend event with fun and interactive games, songs and stories – all in Spanish and French. There will be some tasty treats, some great prizes and vouchers for discounted lessons. There may even be cake! I would love for you to come along and say hello, and introduce your children to the magic of language learning. For more information go to www.lingotot.com.
(entrance from St Catherine’s Drive)
Bags of Love
As part of a wider project, involving local children and charities to explore, create and connect within the community, the ‘Bags of Love’ workshops at Telegraph Hill Centre will facilitate the encounter of Syrian refugee children with local children. During the workshops, the children will explore common ground and will be guided into the process of creative making by decorating picture frames where to treasure an image of a loved memory or person. After meeting the refugee children and their families at the centre of the Lewisham Scheme for Syrian Refugee Families, to ask how the community could help, their feedback was that the best ‘gift’ was time spent together, to make friends and share.
Please arrive on time. If children wish to attend more than one session, they’re welcome!
(entrance from St Catherine’s Drive)
Local artists open up their studios and homes for special exhibitions. Many items will be for sale. A chance to buy original artwork at affordable prices. Follow links to some of the artists’ own websites.
Creating Conversations: Sharing and Listening Through the Arts
A series of workshops for all ages, exploring a range of themes around communication and community building. Participants will be able to engage with diverse techniques and art forms, ranging from movement and dance to drawing and crafts.
Woodland Folk Festival
Spend the afternoon in the delightful New Cross Gate Cutting (AKA Brockley Nature Reserve) listening to four fantastic folk and acoustic bands. Line up (timings approximate):
- 1:00pm – Grande Scheme – featuring Nick Gunner on lead vocals, with harmonies and percussions by Nancay Uyanneh. Musical backing by Freya Hellier on accordion and Les Back on acoustic guitar. Their repertoire draws on the English and Scots folk tradition and American blues.
- 2:00pm – The Coppergills – five local musicians with roots in Derry, Sweden, Yorkshire and Scotland, who draw on their classical, folk and pop past to wrap the songs they love in harmony.
- 3:00pm – South East London Folk Orchestra – The repertoire ranges from traditional English folk to tunes and songs from a little further afield, including France, Sweden and USA. These performances will take place outdoors, so please dress for all weather conditions, and feel free to bring a chair!
New Music and Film by Goldsmiths Saturday Music Club
Thirteen young people from Deptford’s Addey & Stanhope and Deptford Green schools present brand new live urban music and film developed at the Goldsmiths Saturday Music Club. The performance features original music created through live band and electronic music collaborations (piano, sax, drums, bass, vocals, rap and samplers) and site specific film, inspired by the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, the minimalist opera Satyagraha composed by Phillip Glass, and the stories and experiences of the young artists in the band.
HAYA Actors Showcase
The Hunt Academy for Yourng Actors present their annual Actors Showcase. Come and support our incredible local young talen as they perform monologues, duologues and small scenes from the great writers of stage and screen. “I was truly blown away by the abilities of the young actors. It was like watching professionals. Amazing talent!”. “I honestly cannot wait to watch the Showcase. It’s a highlight of my year.”
(Donations for costs, please)
50 Ways to Lose Your Liver
The “Funny Women Best Show Award” nominees return to the Telegraph Hill Festival with their brand new show. Join them as they spread their bingo wings to rise above the muffin top and orange peel of middle age. Freyja Westdal and Beth Hayward; 2 women, 1 Piano and a world of barely contained exasperation, proud residents of South London and as such members of the militant wing of the Liberal Metropolitan Elite. They’ve got 99 problems but 98 of them can be attributed to poor time keeping and a lack of self-control. Westdal and Hayward have performed at comedy venues and festivals and recently supported singer-songwriter Dean Freidman on his UK tour. They have also been commissioned to write song lyrics for the fabulous 4 poofs and a Piano. Come and see how the mayhem ensues. “Wry sharp comedy cabaret, with some singing and bit of smut!”
8:00-9:00pm £10 (£6)
(Doors open at 7:30pm)