The Sydenham Arts Festival 2012

Clive writes:

The Sydenham Arts Festival starts this Sunday, 1st July, with a fabulous Arts in the Park event at Home Park, Sydenham and runs for two weeks.

There are some great things happening as part of the festival, many of them free, and lots of great events for families including the Jungle Book performed in the open air (weather permitting) at Albion Millennium Green near Forest Hill station and a fairy tales concert from Brockley’s own Harmony Sinfonia.

We are fortunate to welcome Roger McGough on Saturday 14th July who will be reading from his latest work at Forest Hill School and there are several comedy nights at the Hob.

All the information about the festival is available at www.sydenhamartsfestival.co.uk where you can also book tickets.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow.. Brockley Central seems to be exploring pastures anew! First Purley Festival and now Sydenham!

Anonymous said...

Nick has to post regularly to keep the hits coming.

Brockley Nick said...

Yes, because if the hits fall below 50 per hour, the bus explodes.

We've always done stuff about other places nearby, and so much the better.

But this also features Brockley talent and Clive, one of the organisers, is a Brockley boy.

Anti-anon said...

Warning, this next post has no constructive point.

The last anon is so typical of the sad idiots who see sinister motive to this blog. Stupid, simpleminded, cynical fools. It's a blog with stuff in that the authors think may be interesting. Occasionally they express a definitive opinion. The comments are open to all, including the deluded conspiracist tendency....and still you complain! Still, it beats masturbation as a hobby.

Anonymous said...

come on Nick, no need to post anonymously!

Anonymous said...

Calm yourself, He DOES, as do ALL bloggers, that's how it works, you needs hits, to get advertising to make it worthwhile.

Brockley Nick said...

Haha, good one. Google ads income doesn't make it worthwhile - it's minuscule. I do this because... I enjoy it and I live here and want it to be as good as possible.

Anonymous said...

I thought Marx proved that all human behaviour is motivated by financial greed?

Brockley Nick said...

And Marx was right about everything.

Ironymous said...

Exactly, it's just the utopian communist revolution is... a couple of centuries late. But it's coming.

Anonymous said...

Marx didn't 'prove' that did he? It's his theory (and wrong).

Anonymous said...

Marx did nothing of the kind nor claimed to I don't believe. Now move on, the adults are talking.

Anonymous said...

Irony loses again.

Anonymous said...

Roger McGough!!!

Tamsin said...

Everyone's got to live somewhere - and the chap who is the main mover behind the Sydenham Festival who runs the Kirkdale bookshop has some good contacts.

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