Friday, 29 June – Friday, 06 July 2012 12 noon – 11pm
Albert & Friends Instant Circus
All the fun of the fair
Founded by the London International Youth Circus Festival in 2004, featuring cutting edge circus performances by emerging young artists from around the world
(Israel, Russia, Australia, Europe and the UK) bringing a programme full of colour, skill and daring to the London circus scene.
130, HOXTON STREET, London, Hackney, N1 6SH.
12 noon – 11pm
Saturday 30th June from 12 midday to 7pm
Praxis New Voices Festival 2012
The festival is a celebration of the area’s diverse cultures and communities with music and dance from around the globe, discussion and debate, children’s activities in the gardens and the Museum of Childhood, food and craft stalls, and much more.
The charity Praxis Community Projects created the first festival five years ago to promote the work they do providing support, guidance and training for vulnerable migrants across London.
Venue: Museum Gardens, Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9PA and is free of charge
Sunday July 1
Brockley Open Studio
Moira Tait firstname.lastname@example.org Message: Enjoy Brockley Open Studios on 1st July and have High Tea at the Talbot with a choice of tea served on bone china, jams made from locally foraged fruit, savouries and delicious cakes. Booking essential. The menu for High Tea at the Talbot includes cucumber sandwiches on caraway seed bread, Scotch quail egg with wild pear chutney, choux swan filled with summer fruit jam, strawberries & cream, Victoria sponge with wild plum & ginger jam, flourless chocolate cake, and elderflower & rasperry jelly with a lavender shortbread.
Extreme Action, Extraordinary day
Elizabeth Streb has been described as the Evel Keneval of dance. Free running, acrobatics, circus and gymnastic all this will be taking place around London The actual locations are being kept secret but stay in touch with the action by following @london2012fest
Free for all the family
Sunday Ist July- 15th July
Capital Age Festival at The Albany Deptford
Proving that when you get to a certain age you don’t put on your comforty slippers and drink horlicks. If you are anything like this lot you will be dancing, acting and generally having the time of your life.
Perfomances, workshops and exhibitions
There will be a special performande by Sadler’s Wells Company of Elders
Tickets cost £7.00 / £3.00 Concession
or £10.00 both performances
2.30pm and 6.00pm
Sunday 1st July
Family Fund Day
Five hours of fantastic fun and creativity in the wonderful setting of Home Park. Music and dance acts will perform on the main stage throughout the afternoon, while elsewhere on the site there will be storytelling, free arts activities, children’s games, street performance, theatre, puppetry, walkabout acts as well as a funfair and food stalls offering great food from around the world.
Sydenham Community Radio will also be there look out for them.
Wednesday 3rd July
The Multicultural Politic RELAUNCH event
What does multiculturalism mean today?
Venue: Small Hall cinema, Richard Hoggart building (main building), Goldsmiths College, New Cross, London, SE14 6NW