Day 4 – Tuesday, 2 April

Messy Play for Parents and the Under 5s – 9.30 to 10.25 aM

Do you want to end back pain and improve core strength, posture and well-being? Pilates can help, so come and try it soon.

Booking essential – to confirm a place, email

Telegraph Hill Centre, Narthex



(Doors open at 9.20am)

Baby Bounce – 11 am to 12 noon

All welcome at this regular weekly session where under-5s enjoy rhymes, songs and stories. Come and enjoy yourself with baby in tow!

New Cross Learning, SE14 6AS (next to Iceland)


11:00 am-12:00 noon

Cultures on the Catwalk – Fashion Show – 7 to 9pm

The Festival’s first fashion show of different designers with a multi–cultural twist1

We introduce designers who have been more or less influenced by their cultural background and use cultural heritage for creation of their collections.

We celebrate diversity and our models are also of diverse cultural backgrounds, ages, shapes and abilities.

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



Film Screening of The Boat That Rocked (2009) – 7 to 9pm

Comedy about a band of rogue DJs that captivated Britain, playing the music that defined a generation and standing up to a government that wanted classical music, and nothing else, on the airwaves.

Join JOY- Just Older Youth at this monthly film club.

Refreshments available at the interval.

Hill Station



Classics on the Hill – 7.30 to 10.30pm

One of the most popular events in the Festival.

International classical musicians living locally get together to play for you. Stripped back and beautiful – pure sound, pure pleasure!

Come early food available (doors open at 6.45pm): Artisanal pasta from Peppeckish Italian home cooking. Choice of two pasta dishes, at least one vegetarian.

St Catherine’s Church


(Doors open at 6.45pm)

£10 (5)

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Telegraph Community Choir Concert – 8 to 9pm

Lovely tunes and harmonies sung by the Telegraph Community Choir, in their popular contribution to the festival.

Shanties, folk, pop, world songs to make you tingle, cry and laugh.

The Telegraph, Dennett’s Road, SE14 5LW (Downstairs)