CRYSTAL PALACE FESTIVAL: UP IN THE PALACE…….JUNE 11th to 17th

Up the Palace Programme: 11–17 June 2018 

All sorts of events. London Mozart Players play Crystal Palace station, there’s a Crystal Palace quiz, loads of events at the Attic arts festival in Upper Norwood library, music events everywhere and a talk on Blondin – twice.

Crystal Palace area, Triangle, Gipsy Hill, Anerley, Penge

Monday 11 June – Up the Palace

London Mozart Players in The Community

Funded by the Arts Council and Croydon council, the LMP visit three care homes to entertain the residents, bringing the Festival to places and people it might not otherwise reach.

Tuesday 12 June – Up the Palace

CRYSTAL PALACE QUIZ AT WESTOW HOUSE…

11:00, 13:00 and 15:00 London Mozart Players: Storytime at the Farm

Capel Manor Farm

Discover woodwind, brass and strings instruments and share in the joy and fun of music making, as the LMP take you on an interactive musical journey featuring your favourite animals and nursery rhymes. Concerts are 40 minutes long. Suitable for 0-6 years. Free entry.

19:15 – 21:00 Blondin: The Daredevil of the Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace Museum

Illustrated talk by Richard Watkins. The life and feats of the Crystal Palace’s most famous performer. Blondin was one of the greatest superstars of the Victorian age. He thrilled and stunned millions worldwide with his death-defying high wire acts; making his first appearance in Great Britain at the Crystal Palace. This talk explores Blondin’s extraordinary performances and his roller coaster life! Followed by hot drinks and biscuits. Tickets £5 – book by phone 07434 975 582, email info@crystalpalacemuseum.org.uk or from the museum.

19:30 – 21:00 White Rabbit Red Rabbit – Inua Ellams

The Attic Arts Club, Upstairs @ Upper Norwood Library

With no rehearsals, no director, a different actor each show, and a script waiting in a sealed envelope on stage, internationally acclaimed White Rabbit Red Rabbit by Iranian writer Nassim Soleimanpour is an audacious theatrical experiment and a potent reminder of the transgressive and transformative power of theatre. Born in Nigeria, Inua Ellams is an award- winning poet, playwright and performer. Tickets £12.50/£10 concessions from http://www.atticartsclub.com

20:00 – 22:00 A Celebration of People and Places

Gipsy Hill Tavern

Ruth Padel launches her sparkling new collection Emerald. Nick Alldridge fascinates with fearful Finnish legends and performance poet Lauren Kaye entrances. Local heroes Lindy, Rick, Francesca and Amorel bring you music, poetry and storytelling. Produced by Beyond Words Poetry London. Tickets £5 on the door.

20:00 – 23:00 Crystal Palace Quiz

Westow House

Who knows Crystal Palace the best? We’ll have a very special quiz dedicated to the village we call home. Some great creative rounds, a few complimentary drinks and good times!

20:30 – 22:30 Ungoverned Tongue

Numidie

An evening of spoken word accompanied by a live, responsive, ambient soundscape.

Hosted by Steven Rogers with Tim Free, Woody, Zelda Rhiando, Corinne Jean-Jaques, Julian Daniel, Mishi and Kia Matanky-Becker. Music by Dan Auty. Free entry.

Wednesday 13 June – Up the Palace

THE HISTORY OF FOOTBALL IN CRYSTAL PALACE PARK…MAKE YOUR OWN POM POM HEADBAND AT LEONIE ON WESTOW STREET…

London Mozart Players in The Community

Continuing our reaching out into the community to bring amazing arts, culture and heritage to all, we are teaming up with the LMP and Katie Rose to produce three singing workshops and performances for local community groups – The Hive at St. John the Evangelist Church supports those with mental health issues, Barnardos provides low cost children’s activities and Compassionate Neighbours supports people with dementia and their carers.

18:30 – 21:00 Make your own pom pom headband

Lowie

Learn how to use a pom pom maker and make your own headband. Perfect for the beginning of the festival season or any summer parties you have coming up! We have plenty of colours of yarns to create your design with different colour combinations and sizes. Includes your very own Pom Pom Maker which will you get to keep so you can carry on your obsession at home! Also includes a glass of bubbly and all materials! Tickets £38 from https://bit.ly/2JT2DA1

19:00 – 20:10 Orpheus – The Flanagan Collective and Gobbledigook

The Attic Arts Club, Upstairs @ the Upper Norwood Library

A tale of Ancient Gods and late night Karaoke. This international award-winning company are back with a new modern telling of Orpheus and the Underworld. A tale of impossible, death defying love, told through spoken word and soaring live music. The Flanagan Collective weave a world of dive bars and side streets and ancient gods. Tickets £15/£10 concessions from http://www.atticartsclub.com

19:00 – 20:30 Crystal Palace Transition Town Choir Festival Sing

Upper Norwood Library Hub

Join the choir for a special summery sing – come ready to raise your voice and lift your spirits!

£7/£5 concessions – drop in.

19:00 – 21:00 Football before the World Cup – The History of Football in Crystal Palace Park

Penge Entrance, Crystal Palace Park

Learn of the park’s unique place in football history on this Norwood Society guided walk with Stuart Hibberd. Discover the lives of the men who played there in the 1860s and 1870s and their part in the formation of the Football Association and the creation of the FA Cup. Visit the site of twenty FA Cup finals, England-Scotland internationals and the birthplace of the Crystal Palace football club in 1905. Free but donations to the Norwood Society welcome.

19:30 – 21:30 Pronoun Trouble with Ben Moor

The Bookseller Crow

While watching a lecture about Chuck Jones cartoons, Ben’s thoughts drift in various directions. Pronoun Trouble combines a fact-adjacent lecture about three great films with tons of other topics that sometimes come to mind. It has been described as hilarious, clever, surreal and very silly. Ben Moor is an actor, writer and comedian and a stalwart of the Edinburgh Fringe. TV appearances include The IT Crowd, Knowing Me, Knowing You and Men Behaving Badly. Tickets £5 from http://www.booksellercrow.com or on the door.

20:00 – 22:00 Fascinating Rhythm Jazz Band

The White Hart

A fine mix of Jazz, Latin and old Standards plus a few originals. Our seventh year playing for the Festival, but our first at the White Hart – admission is free, so just turn up and enjoy some fine music.

21:00 – 22:00 Jen Brister – Meaningless (WIP)

The Attic Arts Club, Upstairs @ the Upper Norwood Library

Ever wanted to know the meaning of life? No, neither has Jen, she’s too busy trying to stop her twins from using her shoes as a toilet. Still we’re only on this planet for a finite time, wouldn’t it be good to find a bit of meaning in your existence? Join Jen as she clutches at straws trying to make sense of it all. The star of Live at the Apollo, The Now Show and Live at the Comedy Store is back with a brand new show. “Blisteringly funny” The List. Tickets £12.50/£10 concessions from http://www.atticartsclub.com

Thursday 14 June – Up the Palace

BLONDIN AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE MUSEUM, BIRDMAN IN COOPERS YARD…..

10:00 – 12:00 Drumming For Well-Being Session

St Hugh’s Community Centre

Feeling like you want to be a little spontaneous and meet others in the community? Why not pop along to our group drumming meditation at St Hugh’s. A fun relaxed drumming workshop, to help you unwind, relax and have some fun, followed by healthy snacks and community chats. No experience necessary and hand drums provided. Free entry – donations welcome.

10:30 – 13:30 The Best Start Garden Party

St John the Evangelist Church

For parents, babies and toddlers. Come and try out the community projects set up with the help of your ABCD / Best Start community builder Jenny. What project ideas would you like to contribute to your community? Contact abcdstjohns@gmail.com for more information.

  • Learn to sew with Anesu
  • Young Bards music workshop
  • Make your own wood planter with Noreen
  • Stage Show Stories workshop
  • Beauty treatments with Beatrice
  • Henna, facepainting and refreshments

Free entry.

11:00, 12:30 and 14:00 Half Moon Theatre presents Leaf

The Attic Arts Club @ Upper Norwood Library

Join us as we tell the life story of a very special leaf in this warm, intimate and playful new piece for under 3s inspired by nature and the seasons. Framed within an evocative soundscape, this is the perfect introduction to theatre for the very young. Run time – 25 minutes followed by an interactive free-play session where the children are invited to explore the tactile world of Leaf. A Tam Tam Theatre Production. Tickets £8 per adult and child from http://www.atticartsclub.com

14:00 – 16:00 Art Session for Older People

Kingswood Community Shop

Feeling like you want to be a little spontaneous and meet others in the community? Why not pop along to our group drumming meditation at St Hugh’s Community Centre. A fun, relaxed drumming workshop to help you unwind, relax and have some fun, followed by healthy snacks and community chats. No experience necessary and hand drums provided. Free entry – donations welcome. 

18:00 – 20:00 Friends of Westow Park Annual Children and Family Sports Extravaganza 

Westow Park

Back by popular demand. Children’s races from aged 4–14, Tug of War, football, boules and much more. Prizes for winners!! Community sport clubs to meet and try out. Bring a picnic to make this a family evening. Free entry.

19:00 – 20:10 Orpheus – The Flanagan Collective and Gobbledigook

The Attic Arts Club, Upstairs @ the Upper Norwood Library

A tale of Ancient Gods and late night Karaoke. This international award-winning company are back with a new modern telling of Orpheus and the Underworld. A tale of impossible, death defying love, told through spoken word and soaring live music. The Flanagan Collective weave a world of dive bars and side streets and ancient gods. Tickets £15/£10 concessions from http://www.atticartsclub.com

19:00 – 00:00 Gipsy Hill Tap Takeover 

Westow House

Gipsy Hill Brewery Company take over the taps at Westow House. Six kegs and five casks pouring. We’ll also have a few brewers to talk to while sampling the best beer in the neighbourhood. Free entry.

19:00 – 23:00 Sounds from the Hill

Gipsy Hill Tavern

An evening of acoustic music, poetry and spoken word with Armorel Weston, T.A.Wright, Brother G and the Trouble, M, Francesca la Nave and others. Free entry.

19:15 – 21:00 Blondin: The Daredevil of the Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace Museum

Illustrated talk by Richard Watkins. The life and feats of the Crystal Palace’s most famous performer. Blondin was one of the greatest superstars of the Victorian age. He thrilled and stunned millions world-wide with his death-defying high wire acts; making his first appearance in Great Britain at the Crystal Palace. This talk explores Blondin’s extraordinary performances and his roller coaster life! Followed by hot drinks and biscuits. Tickets £5 – book by phone 07434 975 582, email info@crystalpalacemuseum.org.uk or from the museum.

19:30 – 21:30 Folkloric Inspiration with Zoe Gilbert and Kerry Andrew

Bookseller Crow

Kerry Andrew is a South London-based musician and writer. She has a PhD in Composition and has won four British Composer Awards. As a composer, she specialises in experimental vocal and choral music, music-theatre and community music. She performs with award-winning Juice Vocal Ensemble and with her alt-folk band You Are Wolf. Swansong is her debut novel. Zoe Gilbert’s first novel, Folk, was published in February 2018. Tickets £3 from http://www.booksellercrow.com or on the door.

19:30 – 00:00 The Electric Palace presents Birdman

Coopers Yard

Former cinema superhero Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton) is mounting an ambitious Broadway production that he hopes will breathe new life into his stagnant career. It’s risky, but he hopes that his creative gamble will prove that he’s a real artist and not just a washed-up movie star. As opening night approaches, a castmate is injured, forcing Riggan to hire an actor (Edward Norton) who is guaranteed to shake things up. Meanwhile, Riggan must deal with his girlfriend, daughter and ex-wife. Produced by the Crystal Palace international Film Festival. Tickets £10 plus booking fee http://www.tickettailor.com/events/cpiff/160399

20:00 – 23:00 Quite Franckly

Domali Bar & Kitchen

A gathering of local and travelling musicians, poets and various joy spreading beings. 
Everyone is welcome to share their music, words and jokes on the Shure-Ly Open DynamiC MicrOphOne.

21:00 – 23:30 Comedy Night

The White Hart

21:00 – 23:00 Eva Von Schnippisch and Ze Haus of Pleasure

The Attic Arts Club, Upstairs @ the Upper Norwood Library

With her über quick wit, razor sharp tongue, and armed with her small but mighty ‘Kraut-Rock-ulele’ Eva will entertain and delight. A night of high-calibre Weimar-inspired Cabaret, musicians and war-time japery – the perfect mix of flamboyancy and intrigue, dancing and decadence. Not to be missed. Tickets £15/£10 concessions from http://www.atticartsclub.com

21:30 – 23:00 Nicola Sipprell Singing Live

The Sparrowhawk Pub

Hailing from south London, Nicola is a versatile vocalist, lending her soulful tone to a variety of genres. A multifaceted musician, playing the violin, piano and guitar. She has gained radio support from BBC Radio 1xtra with her original material. Free entry.

Friday 15 June – Up the Palace

…DIGITAL SOUL ALLDAYER AT THE ROYAL ALBERT…LONDON MOZART PLAYERS PLAY CRYSTAL PALACE STATION…

11:00, 12:30 and 14:00 Half Moon Theatre presents Leaf

The Attic Arts Club @ Upper Norwood Library

Join us as we tell the life story of a very special leaf in this warm, intimate and playful new piece for under 3s inspired by nature and the seasons. Framed within an evocative soundscape, this is the perfect introduction to theatre for the very young. Run time – 25 minutes followed by an interactive free-play session where the children are invited to explore the tactile world of Leaf. A Tam Tam Theatre Production. Tickets £8 per adult and child from http://www.atticartsclub.com

19:00 – 20:10 Orpheus – The Flanagan Collective and Gobbledigook

The Attic Arts Club, Upstairs @ the Upper Norwood Library

A tale of Ancient Gods and late night Karaoke. This international award winning company are back with a new modern telling of Orpheus and the Underworld. A tale of impossible, death defying love, told through spoken word and soaring live music. The Flanagan Collective weave a world of dive bars and side streets and ancient gods. Tickets £15/£10 concessions from http://www.atticartsclub.com

19:30 – 23:00 The Spoken Word Express

Antenna Studios Gallery

The Spoken Word Express has pulled in again to Crystal Palace! In it’s fifth year in Antenna Gallery where it sells out each year, we welcome back this eclectic gathering of spoken word, music and a few surprises. A blinding line-up of feature acts, very special guests, and brilliant local talent, hosted by local award-winning poet Joe Duggan “lyrical, haunting and witty” The Irish Times. It’s a great way to kick off the festival weekend. Some local talent slots available, email joeduggan215@hotmail.com for more info. No wheelchair access. Tickets £12 from http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/spoken-word-express-tickets-45247534594 

20:00 – 23:00 Crystal Song Session

The White Hart

Live music with south London’s favourite Lethbridge Owen and more. Free entry.

21:00 – 02:00 Rockarolla!

Westow House

Westow House favourites The Boom Boom Booms will be taking the stage with special guests The Rocket Dogs. Expect some solid rock and roll with a Rockabilly twist. Free entry.

21:00 – 01:00 Eva Von Schnippisch and Ze Haus of Pleasure

The Attic Arts Club, Upstairs @ the Upper Norwood Library

With her über quick wit, razor sharp tongue, and armed with her small but mighty ‘Kraut-Rock-ulele’ Eva will entertain and delight. A night of high-calibre Weimar-inspired Cabaret, musicians and war-time japery – the perfect mix of flamboyancy and intrigue, dancing and decadence. Not to be missed. 21:00 – 23:00 cabaret, dancing til 01:00. Tickets £15/£10 concessions from http://www.atticartsclub.com

21:30 – 23:00 Cat Sings Live

The Sparrowhawk Pub

Free entry.

22:00 – 01:00 Beats and Drumrolls

Domali Bar & Kitchen

Expect some surprise guests for this night of musical collaboration.Saturday 16 June – Up the Palace

10:00 – 17:00 Exhibition: What is an Icon?

All Saints’ Church

An exhibition that explores the meaning of the word icon, religious and secular. Icon originally had a specific religious meaning but now may refer to a famous person or object or to a graphic symbol. The exhibition shows a range of visual artists responses to these possibilities.

11:00 – 17:00 Methodist Market

Upper Norwood Methodist Church

Various stalls and presentation of the North-West Family History Society

12:00 – 02:00 CityLife: Deep, Soulful and Discofied House

The Alma

Enjoy the beach vibes with our outside bar and BBQ as City Life returns for two days of sun drenched House Music and welcomes internationally renowned DJ and producer Rasmus Faber from Sweden and one of globe’s hottest female talents DJs Jess Bays from Defected Records and D-Vine Sounds. DancersHip, Danny Lambert, Junior, Peter Borg (Mi-Soul) Plus Live Saxophone also feature. Headliner Rasmus Faber: 16:00 onwards. Free entry.

12:00 – 20:00 Digitalsoul All Dayer

The Albert  

The soulful house London collective Digitalsoul present Paul Trouble Anderson, Sy Sez, Jimmy Read, Mathew Charles, Robbie Charles and resident DJs. Raising money for Cancer Research. Free entry.

12:00 – 03:00 A Slice of Summer

Westow House

We’re having an all day event to celebrate the sunshine. We’ll have a barbeque on the go, an outside bar and plenty of DJs. DJ Oliver Sudden hosts the Vintage Fly Selectors in the garden from 3pm til 10pm, Funk, Soul, Reggae, Easy Vibes DJ X-Kutz from 10pm – 3am, Hip Hop, R&B with just a touch of D&B. Beer specials all day and big smiles! Free entry.

12:00 – 16:00 The Great (little) Exhibition 2018

Crystal Palace Park: Palace Terrace

The exhibition celebrates the 10th anniversary of The Paxton Corner, erected in 2008 in association with the Norwood Society and the Crystal Palace Museum. It tells the history of the PCPCP (Paxton’s Crystal Palace Corner Project) and the story of Joseph and his Amazing Crystal Palace. Just off Crystal Palace Park Parade by the bus station. By Great Exhibitions Ltd. supported by The Friends of Crystal Palace Park

12:00, 14:00 and 16:00 Gobbledigook – The Famous Five

The Attic Arts Club, Upstairs @ the Upper Norwood Library

Gobbledigook and Enid Blyton Entertainment present a beautiful re-telling of the classic Famous Five Adventures. Join Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy, (along with lashings of ginger beer) for the some of the most memorable moments of The Famous Five. Be part of it. Come and join in the adventure. Tickets£12/£8.50 concesssions from http://www.atticartsclub.com

14:00, 15:15 and 16:30 London Mozart Players: Recital Rush Hour

Crystal Palace Railway Station

It’s festival time, but don’t rush on by! Stop and listen on your way to the park, as the LMP wind players will be performing some light classics in the station concourse to get you in the mood for the festival park event. Free entry.

18:00 til late Live bands night

The White Hart

19:00 – 20:10 Orpheus – The Flanagan Collective and Gobbledigook

The Attic Arts Club, Upstairs @ the Upper Norwood Library

A tale of Ancient Gods and late night Karaoke. This international award winning company are back with a new modern telling of Orpheus and the Underworld. A tale of impossible, death defying love, told through spoken word and soaring live music. The Flanagan Collective weave a world of dive bars and side streets and ancient gods. Tickets £15/£10 concessions from http://www.atticartsclub.com

19:00 – 21:00 London Mozart Players Classical Takeover: Midsummer Serenade

St John the Evangelist Church

A summer’s evening of scintillating strings and strawberries with LMP, young players from Rockmount Primary, Cypress Junior and CMA, plus hugely talented young cellist Constantin Macherel. A simply scrumptious programme including Boccherini Cello Concerto in D, Moore Fiddler’s Hill, Rossini Une larme, Dvorak Serenade for Strings and Anderston’s joyous Fiddle Faddle. Tickets from £22.50 (priority), £15/£10 concessions – see website for full details, childrens’ tickets and early bird discount http://www.lmp.org

21:00 – 01:00 Attic Arts Club After Party

The Attic Arts Club, Upstairs @ the Upper Norwood Library

Are you ready to go home yet?? NO! Of course you’re not! What you need is an after-party! And where better than Crystal Palace’s newest and most exciting pop up venue. Open late. Come and dance and drink and adventure with us in the Attic Bar. Tickets £7.50 from http://www.atticartsclub.com

21:30 – 23:00 Two 5

The Sparrowhawk Pub

Crystal Palace’s very own Two 5 will be playing some whiskey-soaked, smoke-filled, rollicking ditties to please your guitar-starved ear holes. Free entry.

21:00 – 01:00 Festival After Party

Domali Bar & Kitchen

Our favourite DJs will help you dance the night away at our after party.

21:00 – 02:30 Official Festival After Party with DJ Food and Prime Cuts

The Paxton Gipsy Hill

It’s the hottest ticket in town! Don’t miss the inaugural Official Festival After Party with DJ Food, Prime Cuts of the Scratch Perverts and Hard Working Families!

After a fabulous day in the park beat the crowds of Crystal Palace Triangle and slip into The Exhibition Rooms for the coolest after party there is!

DJ Food will bring his bag of aural delights to the after party, from the funkiest floor fillers to the most unlikely oddities, all blended into one sonic soup.

Four times world champion DJ Prime Cuts will be carving through multiple genres applying hip hop techniques honed over a two decade career that has seen him play John Peel’s 60th birthday and support the Sex Pistols on tour. Expect lots of scratching from Hip Hop to Machine Funk.

Hardworking Families have been releasing some of the most exciting underground electronic music of the past two years spanning House, Deep Techno, Acid and most recently Electro. The team will be playing a set full of exclusive music produced in their local Crystal Palace studio.

Full bar until 2am

Tickets £12 plus booking fee 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/official-after-party-with-dj-food-prime-cuts-hardworking-families-tickets-45712778150?aff=efbeventtix

Sunday 17 June – Up the Palace

…CRAFT FAIR IN THE CRYSTAL PALACE SUBWAY…BAT WALK IN CRYSTAL PALACE PARK

10:00 – 16:00 Heritage Craft Fair

Crystal Palace Subway

Handmade Palace and the Friends of Crystal Palace subway invite you to a heritage craft fair in the subway. Assistance dogs only. The subway is not wheelchair accessible. Pushchairs, bicycles and scooters to be left at the surface. Suggested £2 entry fee www.cpsubway.org.uk

10:00 – 23:00 All Day Reggae Extravaganza

Walker Briggs

In celebration of the Festival, join us for an all-day reggae extravaganza! Featuring brunch and BBQ. Reggae, Rocksteady, Ska, Dancehall and Rubadub.  6 DJs. 1 Live Band. Horn, Decks and Effects. Outside bottle and cocktail bar with rum cocktail specials. Free entry.

12:00, 14:00 and 16:00 Gobbledigook – The Famous Five

The Attic Arts Club, Upstairs @ the Upper Norwood Library

Gobbledigook and Enid Blyton Entertainment present a beautiful re-telling of the classic Famous Five Adventures. Join Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy, (along with lashings of ginger beer) for the some of the most memorable moments of The Famous Five. Be part of it. Come and join in the adventure. Tickets£12/£8.50 concesssions from http://www.atticartsclub.com

12:00 til late CityLife: Deep, Soulful and Discofied House

The Alma

Enjoy the beach vibes with our outside bar and BBQ as City Life returns for two days of sun drenched House Music and welcomes internationally renowned DJ and producer Rasmus Faber from Sweden and one of globe’s hottest female talents DJs Jess Bays from Defected Records and D-Vine Sounds. DancersHip, Danny Lambert, Junior, Peter Borg (Mi-Soul) Plus Live Saxophone also feature. Headliner Rasmus Faber: 16:00 onwards. Free entry.

14:00 – 16:00

Whiskey Moon Face

Bambino

Come join us for a lovely Sunday afternoon at Bambino. Discover one of our favourite bands Whiskey Moon Face. They’ll be gracing us with their beautiful songs and extraordinary musicality. Check @andybambino for information on the day. Whiskey Moon Face are Louisa Jones – vocals, accordion, double bass, Ewan Bleach – clarinet, saxophone and Dakota Jim – double bass, accordion.

“…an alternative folk trio based around double bass, accordion and clarinet, led by the stunning vocals and hallucinatory lyrics of singer Louisa Jones…. a beautifully relapsed and wonderfully entertaining sound, A hugely original and sparingly talented band” – Rory Carlisle, New Roots.

Free entry.

15:00 – 16:00 Insert Title Here

St. John the Evangelist Church

We have revisited and recycled our pasts collaborating as a company of dancers and musicians. You are the audience, witnessing our dancing and playing. At the end we will ask you a question: can you name the performance? Supported by Arts Council England and Croydon Council. Tickets £4.78 from http://www.inserttitlehere.eventbrite.com. Under 18s are FREE – to book these tickets email gemma@slidedance.org.

15:00 – 20:00 Old Man Jazz

Westow House

Easy jazz to close the weekend and calm any headaches. Bring your Dad down for Father’s Day and he’ll get a free pint when buying any roast. He deserves it. Free entry.

16:00 – 18:00 Two 5

Bambino

Some whisky-soaked, smoke-filled, rollicking ditties to please your guitar-starved ear-holes. Enjoy it before it gets homogenised, pasteurised, sanitised, and covered in satan’s special sauce. Free entry.

19:00 – 22:30 A Night at the Opera

Domali Bar & Kitchen

Jane Harrington & friends present an evening of opera and jazz classics. 

19:15 – 19:45 Sergei Podobedov

Salvation Army Hall

Award-winning pianist and graduate of the Moscow Central School of Music, the Tchaikovsky Conservatory and the Royal College of Music, returns to the festival to play Mozart, Schubert, Liszt and more http://www.sergeipodobedov.com. Free entry.

21:00 – 22:30 Crystal Palace Park Bat Walk

Crystal Palace Park

Meeting at Crystal Palace Rail station. Crystal Palace Park once formed part of the ancient Great North Wood – a strip of coppice woodland and wood pasture that stretched from Deptford to Selhurst. To this day a wide range of wildlife makes its home in the park including ten of the UK’s 17 bat species! Join London Wildlife Trust to discover the bats of Crystal Palace Park and learn to identify them from their ultrasonic calls using bat detectors. Free entry.

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