FINAL FESTIVAL WEEKEND ROUNDS UP TWO WEEKS OF FABULOUS FUN WITH A JAM PACKED SCHEDULE OF FUN AND FROLICS
As we lead up to the final festival weekend (19/20 May) there is still a whole lot more to enjoy across the whole borough…here are just a few highlights:
It’s Carnival time! Award winning Flagz Mas Band bring a spectacular day of carnival to York Gardens on Sunday 20 May with live PA’s, Steel Pan, music and a costume showcase. Free entry, 1-6pm.
Theatre collective, Fragility, have a fantastic, cutting-edge programme, with plenty of shows lined up for the final week of the festival, including Lobster Quadrille’s hilarious ‘Carabet’ on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 May, and ‘Mirrored Me’ on Friday 18 and Saturday 19 May, based on Edgar Allan Poe’s play ‘William Wilson’.
Pump House Gallery’s bright blue and yellow Pavilion is back on the gallery forecourt. Join in the free family fun on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 May both inside and outside the gallery. There will be poetry workshops, spoken word, collage, dressing up, play and drawing.
On Sunday 20 May, Hazelfest is back on the green at the Hazelhurst Estate in Tooting. Free fun with a festival vibe including street art and installations, balloon modelling on stilts (!), giant bubbles and music. Help decorate the estate with murals and mosaics!
On Saturday 19 May and Sunday 20 May, join Ruzha Ruhza for an African drumming and dance weekend. Learn rhythmic African drumming techniques and dance improvisation skills in exciting workshops open to young people aged 10-15.
This is just a taster of the fun packed schedule we’ve got in store. To see what else is on and for more information about the events above please see wandsworthartsfringe.com
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