Telegraph Hill Festival Launch Party

September 20th promises a feast for local liggers, with a cultural double-header.

If you're planning to visit the Tea Leaf Arts open day, why not trot up the hill to Cafe Orange, where the organisers of the Telegraph Hill Festival will be hosting a planning meeting for the next one?

Tabitha explains:

"If you have an idea for an event, exhibition, activity or performance that you would like to see represented in front of the broad community of Telegraph Hill, or you just want to be part of the community celebration in any capacity come along and get involved at the Telegraph Hill Festival Launch Party on Saturday 20 September 2008 at 3 p.m."

They promise "free refreshments" so the determined freeloader will be able to compare and contrast their offer with the tea and cake at the Gallery.

The Telegraph Hill Festival is a voluntary, not-for-profit organisation, which aims to promote local art. You can read a calendar of this year's events here.

3 comments:

Brockley Jon said...

Blimey, the Tea Leaf Gallery didn't even have windows last time I walked past, so 20th Sep should be quite a challenge! Still, good on 'em.

Sian said...

I pledge that our cakes will be better. PS we're not officially opening until end of October/beginning of November - the open day is just a chance for you to drop by and take a look at the space, drink some tea and sign up if you want to get more involved.

Anonymous said...

What's Telegraph Hill?

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