As well as the usual stalls (cakes, plants, crafts, Punch and Judy, bouncy castle), there will be family games, sports, live music, drumming workshops and dance from local artists. Come along and see us there.
|Time||Group||Type of Music|
|1130 - 1150||Dads Aloud||Classic 50s, 60s and 70s R&B and rock n roll from local dads.|
|1155 - 1215||The Artie Fufkins||Grown up pop - think Crowded House.|
|1220 - 1240||The Lost Cavalry||Indie folk band - mellow sound. Local drummer.|
|1250 - 1310||Dorian and the Modes||Traditional Irish folk music from the Blythe Hill Tavern|
|1315 - 1335||Brockley Rise Singers||Choral a capella from Brockley Rise Centre|
|1340 - 1400||Frank and Annie||Rootsy folky blues duo|
|1405 - 1425||The Hankdogs featuring Piano||Local folk group - with Andy Hankdog, Nunhead's easycome acoustic legend.|
|1430 - 1450||Sucker||Festival stalwarts with a fun punky sound.|
|1500 - 1520||Sid Sings||Blues acoustic three piece band from Catford.|
|1530 - 1600||Nzinga Dance||African dance and drumming.|
|1600 - 1630||Brockley Ukelele Group||A mix of songs from punk to pop to hip hop is given the uke treatment.|
If you haven't been up already, go and look and try the new playground! Many months of planning and construction has finally come to fruition and there is now a brilliant new resource for children and parents to enjoy for many years to come. It is a fantastic addition to the Fields and is a major achievement which the Friends are delighted with.