The Telegraph Hill Festival 2012, 13th March - 1st April

The programme for the 2012 Telegraph Hill Festival is now available via the festival website. For those not familiar with the Festival, the organisers explain:

Now in its 18th year the festival brings together thousands of local residents to celebrate home- grown arts, creativity and engagement. One of the highlights each year is our Community Show which involves over 200 local children, young people and adults. The 2012 programme is the biggest and most varied ever with nearly 100 events packed into 2 weeks. 


The Festival bleeds into the Telegraph Hill Open Studios event, which runs on the weekend of March 31st and features 22 venues. Please use this thread to share your recommendations.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I really enjoy the Open Studios, but which bright spark decided to do a map with the South at the top?

Anonymous said...

hold it up the other way big boy

Tamsin said...

Depends if you live in the area and travel to and from New Cross Gate. It is fairly natural to stand at the bottom of the hill - the A2 - and look upwards as if you had a large page of atlas in front of you. Why I perennially get muddled north-south, east-west, Kent-Surrey.

But agreed - it was the first comment that someone else made when they saw the draft which is why we have at least put in a simple compass rose to clarify matters a bit.

You will be glad to know that the suggested winding route starts from the Brockley end.

Anonymous said...

Brockley purchase mentioned in the Guardian today (1-3-12)

Tamsin said...

Most people within the area that they are delivered to (from Brockley Cross and the railway line through Honor Oak up to the New Cross/Queens Road and from Millmark Grove and Barriedale across to the borough boundary) should have had a hard copy of the programme through their doors. If you haven't please get in touch through the website or post here.

There have been the inevitable problems with blocks of flats without external letter-boxes, etc.

Tamsin said...

Wanted for this afternoon - a cellist for the Musical Instrument Taster Session. We have the loan of a cello but no-one to show it off. Anyone free between 2 and 5pm please come along to St. Catherine's church to share you enthusiam in a happy cacophany as kids try out what various instruments feel like to play.

Tamsin said...

Any cellists? Pulling this to the top again - ruthless manipulation, but the need is great.

It will be a happy cacaphony - having left the vicar cheerfully playing on the drum kit she kindly assembled from the bits I brought over I am now thinking that it was possibly not a good idea to borrow that from a friend as well as the cello...

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