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Summer Feast!

 

Summer Feast! In the most fabulous summer for a generation, who needs to go away? Come to Summer Feast, hang out on the grass, eat something delicious, listen to live music, watch the kids play and celebrate community living in our lovely neighbourhood.

St Luke’s Church, Knights Hill
12.30pm Learn to Uke Choir
Feast are excited to welcome back a chorus of singers and brightly coloured ukuleles will be your soundtrack to the summer!
Learn to Uke

1.30pm Steve and the Hats
Bringing a little bit of country and blues to Feast, Steve and the Hats return.
Steve and the Hats

2pm – 3pm Fest Norwood Hour
A variety of musicians join Feast for an hour celebrating the inaugural Fest Norwood.

2.30pm DJ Martin Grover
Artist and Feast stall owner, Martin Grover returns to play vinyl instead of painting them.
Martin Grover

2.30pm PoetrySlabs
Shared reading of poetry by Dorothy Parker and Don Marquis!
PoetrySlabs@Feast

3.30pm Zero Carbon Band
New to Feast, ZCB are an acoustic, fun and green band of friends who like playing songs – some upcycled and some original!
The Zero Carbon Band

Artisans’ Market, Chatsworth Way
10am-12.30pm DJ Luke Plowden and DJ Lawrence
Feast stalwarts return to spin the tunes in the Artisans’ Market.

Family Hub, Devane Way
11am-4pm Rock 926fm
Feast regulars from London’s leading soul music station return.
Rock 926FM

1-3pm Wingit
West Norwood’s Got Talent aka Wingit is Feast’s monthly open mic performance space for under 21s.
Wingit

West Norwood Feast

The first Sunday of the month, April through to December, is Feast day in West Norwood. For the past seven years, this is the day when 5000+ locals take to the streets to enjoy their very own volunteer-powered street market festival.

West Norwood Feast is a community event built around 100 market stalls over five sites along the high street. It is run almost entirely by local volunteers who book the stalls and organise a full programme of free children’s activities and live entertainment. It is a farmer’s market, a craft fair, a flea market and a street food hub all rolled into one, yet the goal has always been to provide an experience that was wider than that.

Each monthly Feast is themed by volunteers who organise free community engaging events in addition to the core market activity. These range from talks on Caribbean cuisine for Black History month, a fashion show showcasing local talent and retail, art trails up and down the high street, to a Sports Feast that featured all the local organisations that promote active lifestyles.

Added to this, volunteers organise a full schedule of entertainment at each Feast (from brass bands to live DJs), an open mic performance space for young people and plenty of fun and creative children’s activities (from sports days to mural making).


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