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Greenwich Performs on Friday 4th - Sunday 13th October 2019
As Autumn draws closer, rising community arts festival Greenwich Performs has published a jam-packed programme of events guaranteed to keep the end-of-summer blues at bay.
A diverse cultural celebration of all that Greenwich has to offer, this year’s Greenwich Performs takes place between the 4th and 13th October and features a host of big-name stars. Notable appearances include Deaf Men Dancing at the Laban Theatre, as well as influential dance music legends, DJ duo Eton Messy.
The bumper autumn schedule blends classical, jazz and contemporary music, dance activities, music and lyric workshops, photography exhibitions, a vegan Oktoberfest in Greenwich Market and a community Fun Palace.
Musical highlights include acclaimed chamber choir, Canticum at the Queen’s House, Opera Prelude and Trinity Laban at the Painted Hall, a recital at The Fan Museum, and a special chamber concert at Morden College, and a finale performance from Stefan Bednarcyzk who performs his outstanding Flanders + Swann + Noel Coward Cabaret.
Daytime events include an exhibition of photographs representing the famous Meridian Line at The Greenwich Gallery, a Talk + Tour at the Ranger’s House, Greenwich Film screenings at The Cooperage, and The Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Garden Party and Autumn Fair. As part of The Autumn Fair, The Young Urban Arts Foundation will be bringing their Outreach Music Bus, an inspiring multimedia studio which provides an exciting space to inspire young people to build their confidence through music production, rap and vocal recording.
The festival opens with a bang on Friday 4th October with fireworks and songs from the Rock Choir at The Point, and an amazing Fun Palace of family activities spring up at Rothbury Hall, curated by Emergency Exit Arts. The final weekend plays host to an organ recital from Stephen Davies at All Saints Church, a vibrant, musical procession and a Jazz and Gin Crawl in some of Greenwich’s best-loved bars and pubs.
Greenwich Performs is supported by the Peter Harris Trust, The Trafalgar Tavern, The Greenwich Society and the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
To find out more, see the full event schedule and book tickets, please visit www.greenwichperforms.com
For more information and images, please contact Kathryn McDowell @ firstname.lastname@example.org
+44 203 287 9052
Music Genres: Choral, Classical, House, Jazz, Opera
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