Local Talent Wanted for our upcoming festival


Local talent wanted

The Falcon Road Heritage Festival is offering local talent and young emerging artists the opportunity to perform.  This is a chance for you to have your talent put on show on one of the 2 proposed stages that are being erected on the festival site.
The Falcon Road Heritage Festival organiser’s are looking for local performance artists from all disciplines to take part throughout the day as part of a program of events.  Your work should be appropriate for a community festival expected to be attended by children and adults from a diverse background. This is your space to develop and experiment with new ideas, showing it to a diverse audience, giving you the opportunity to gauge your success or impact.  There is no remuneration available for performers but this opportunity can be promoted by you or others in order to ensure you gain publicity, if required.

Be part of an exciting day of performance and festivities.

The event will take place in Shillington Gardens, Este Road, Fownes Street, SW11 on Saturday 25th June, 12pm – 10:30pm. Each event will be scheduled and performances appropriately programmed to reach out to your intended audience throughout the day.

How to Apply:
Please send us a maximum of 500 words that answers the following:
What is the performance experience?
What art form are you working in and what happens in the performance?
Who is it for?
Tell us a bit about your audience
Where can we see an example of your performance?
What resources will you require? (Power supply, lighting, audio, etc)
Tell us a bit about the company/artists involved

Email your submission to [email protected] by Monday 16th May 2016, 12 noon.  Please put “Performing Artist for FRHF “as the subject line.

If You Are Selected:
We will write to you soon after the deadline to confirm your time slot and stage. We will also invite you to attend a selected performers meeting to be scheduled prior to the festival day.

Wow Mums Intergenerational Easter Lunch

Yesterday, the Wow Mums organised their annual Intergenerational Easter Lunch in Haven Lodge.

Before the lunch, the kids made some easter baskets.

Then it was time to fill those baskets with chocolate eggs. The children fill theirs and distributed the rest to the residents.

After all this excitement it was time to have lunch. Wow Mum Jeanette Wickham cooked her special lamb with roasted potatoes, green beans and courgettes.

It was nice to meet new Wow mum Lizzie, who just started a dyslexia support group in Wandsworth called Aspire2Inspire Dyslexia. So if anyone has dyslexia, visit her website www.a2idyslexia.co.uk and you can receive free help and advice to help you to achieve your full potential. Lizzie will attend our upcoming SEN Breakfast and have asked Donna to be a trustee and guest speaker for A2IDyslexia.

After lunch, it was nice to catch up with the residents over a delicious red velvet cake donated by Wow Mum Sandra Munoz-Alvarez from Keepsake Videos. Donna from Kambala RA talked to the residents about what is happening in the estate.

The kids went on to play in Haven lodge’s gated garden area

To finish the afternoon, the residents had a well deserved pampering session. It was a great day enjoyed by all.

Relaxing 🙂