West Norwood’s brand new fringe style Arts Festival ‘Fest Norwood’ starts on 3 August for 10 (hopefully) glorious sunny days (3 – 12 August 2018).
Inspired by the return of the South London Theatre to its Heritage Lottery funded refurbished home in the Old Fire Station, the Fest Norwood programme features a huge variety of events and activities, many of them free, and all of them showcasing the very best that inspires our West Norwood community – and everyone is welcome.
It’s not all arty!
The Norwood Forum has sponsored 12 festival events as part of its ‘Connecting the Community’ campaign (#connectingthecommunity), specifically those under the Wonder community project (see more info. below). All are free (except House of Bamboo – dance the night away for just £5 entry on the door!). From a special film spectacular by the West Norwood Free Film Festival at Volcano Coffee Works Cafe, to daily yoga at Portico Gallery, to a showcase Walking for Health lunchtime event, there will surely be something you would love to investigate.
Please visit the Fest Norwood website for the full programme details: www.festnorwood.com.
These are the Wonder-ful festival events sponsored by Norwood Forum:
1: West Norwood Free Film Festival: Phantom Thread
2: Station to Station: High Street Treasure Hunt
3: Norwood Forum: Digital Nor-Wood
4: Feast: West Norwood August Feast
5: SRA: Wonder-ful Afternoon Tea
7: House of Bamboo: Northern Soul dance night
8: Poetry Slabs/West Norwood Community Choir: In Our Time
9: Friends of West Norwood Cemetery: Guided Walk
10: Walking for Health/West Norwood Health and Leisure Centre: Guided Health Walk
11: The Stitch: Community Sewing Group
12: Portico Gallery: Free workshops including daily yoga and many more Portico workshops to follow!
What is Wonder?
WONDER is a health and wellbeing community project promoting creative and physical activities - both serious and fun. Supporting the people that want to run the events and the people who want to take part.
WONDER is a project led by local not-for-profit and community enabler Portico Gallery, local mental health charity SRA, the West Norwood/Tulse Hill BID: Station to Station and the volunteer powered monthly street market festival West Norwood FEAST.