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Sydenham Arts Festival – Wednesday July 13


 Free Film Show

Thumbnail image for Wednesday 13th July – Free Film ShowThe Italian Job, preceded by Live Music For one night only, Sydenham Arts Festival will transform Mayow Park into an open-air cinema and music venue. Following 2009’s screening of The Bride of Frankenstein and last year’s Fantastic Mr Fox, this year film fans will see the original 1969 version of the classic British crime caper.7.30pm – Talent Explosion! Sydenham’s Stars of Tomorrow. Vote for the ‘best of the best’. Ages 8–20yrs. To audition please email:
8.30pm –  Live Music — bring a picnic!
9.20pm – Short films made by local film-makers
9.40pm – Matthew Sweet introduces the main feature,
The Italian Job.
11.15pm (approx) – Finish

 Late Night Cello

Thumbnail image for Wednesday 13th July – Late Night CelloLeading British cellist and Sydenham resident Katherine Jenkinson performs a recital of works for solo cello including J.S.Bach’s First Suite and the Second Suite by former Sydenham composer Thomas Hyde. Teas and coffee will be available at the venue before and after the concert. Suitable for all ages.Date: Wednesday 13th July (Note -this is a date-change)
Start time: 8pm
Finish time: 9pm
Venue: St Philip the Apostle Church – 122 Wells Park Road, Sydenham SE26 6AS

Tickets: £7 (£5 concessions)
Categories: MUSIC

 Bird Radio

Thumbnail image for Wednesday 13th July – Bird RadioBird Radio is the solo show of Mikey Kirkpatrick, a composer and multi-instrumentalist who “…loops flutes, bones, a red kick drum suitcase and his own very un-ethereal vocals to create an intensely curious mash-up between electronic music and traditional folk tales.Date: Wednesday 13th July
Start time: 8pm
Finish time:
Venue: The Hob Upstairs – 7 Devonshire Rd, Forest Hill SE23 3HE

Tickets: £8 (£6 concessions)
Categories: MUSIC

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