First ever spring arts festival for Colliers Wood
The first ever Spring Arts Festival is set to hit Colliers Wood later this month.
The month-long festival will start with a ukulele performance by the Colly Wood Dukes on April 23 at the Colliers Wood Community Centre.
Later in the week you can enjoy a sing a long night dedicated to the musical Oliver at the Donald Hope Library, before trying your hand at African drumming with master drummer Sebastian Uhurlu at St Joseph's Hall.
Local artists will have the chance to showcase their work at a pop up art gallery at the Johmard Centre and a photography competition based on the theme, "The best and the worst of Colliers Wood" will also take place with a prize of £150, donated by local estate agents Eddison White.
The celebrations will continue with a fabric workshop at the Johmard Centre followed by a cabaret night at St Josephs Hall in Park Road and poetry reading at the Donald Hope Library with a prize of £25.
The festival will finish with a concert by the Sangerstevne Concert who will be joined by the Colliers Wood Chorus at Christ Church on Friday, May 11.
Colliers Wood Spring Arts Festival; April 23 to May 11; makingcollierswoodhappy.org.uk; email@example.com; 07982 721 496