Saturday, 26 June 2010

Tudor Barn Summer Arts Festival 24-27 June

There is so much going on locally that it would be easy to keep entertained all summer at London's free arts festivals. So I make no apology about going overboard on the 'what's-ons' at the moment, especially after the politics-fest earlier in the year.

So here are details about an Eltham event, much of it free, in one of my home town's beautiful and historic settings - sadly I couldn't get round to posting it earlier, so there's only tomorrow left to go...

"Local artists and arts organisations are taking part in a Summer Arts Festival at the Tudor Barn in Well Hall Pleasaunce between 24-27 June.

The event launches on the evening of Thursday 24 June with the Wine Tasting Club, which includes a three course meal with wine. This is followed on the Friday evening with a Gala Night of Jazz and Poetry featuring Gill Manly, London's greatest jazz Diva. Tickets for both these events can be obtained by telephoning the Tudor Barn on 0845 459 2351.

Over the weekend of 26/27 June the Tudor Barn will host exhibits of some of the finest artists within SE London, including art, sculpture, embroidery, flowers, music, dance, workshops and design. Entry is free.

In addition there will be musical performances in the park between 2-4pm on the Sunday afternoon by pop/rock band "Beer Pressure".

For full details of the Arts Festival visit

You can check out my other local happenings at Eltham/Greenwich Events and Places.

(Also sadly this Eltham event clashes tomorrow with the Woolwich Mela and my nephew-in-law's birthday party and the England vs. Germany match ...another busy day then)

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