We jumped the gun last month when we announced that Up the Line, the local Remembrance Day celebration, would be returning this year, following a stunning event in 2009. The event did not secure the Arts Council funding the organisers hoped for. However, in a Capra-esque twist, the good people of Brockley have pulled together to put the show on regardless.
Organiser John Mckiernan writes:
Following on from the hugely successful 2009 event we will be presenting a bigger and more beautiful evening performance of ‘Up The Line’ in Brockley and
Poets, musicians, dancers, soundscape, film and a lantern procession with children will begin their performance at the sound of a single Scottish piper along a one and half kilometre path running through the cemetery.
Monuments to those who were injured during the conflict and subsequently died in
We do hope you can make it along to this free unique event with entry anytime from until . The wheelchair and pram accessible path will take between 55-70 minutes to walk so please dress appropriately, wear sturdy shoes and bring a torch.
Enter from junction of
Exit Ladywell Gate SE13 7HY
Arrive anytime between last entry
Lantern Procession by children
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Platform-7 and Moonbow Events, in association with London Borough of Lewisham and the Friends of Brockley and