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An exciting showcase of budding local artists

Join us for four days of drama, music, spoken word, dance and more, as we celebrate local talent from across the East End.

Family-friendly performances will be taking place Thursday 18 to Sunday 21 May, the Festival is free for all to attend with more acts to be confirmed.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Thursday 18 May
7pm – Jay Yule and Tommy Cattin – contemporary dance
7.30pm – Judah – pop/soul with some hip-hop influences.

Friday 19 May
7pm – Jessica Mance – sensitive and wholly novel
7.15pm – The Insider

Saturday 20 May
12noon – National Youth Jazz Orchestra London
1pm – Jessica Mance, Pioneer Dance and Pollyanna Choir
1.45pm – Newham Music
2.30pm – Shkembe Soup – live music and dance performance
3.30pm – Swati Seshadri – natya or dance yoga
4.30pm – Jay Yule and Tommy Cattin – contemporary dance

Sunday 21 May
12noon – Grace Mason – singing 5 songs which includes a range of R&B/Pop covers
12.30pm – Jay Yule and Tommy Cattin – contemporary dance
1pm – Embrace Dance
1.30pm – Ideachor Performance Group
2.30pm – Jay Yule and Tommy Cattin – contemporary dance
3pm – Ideachor Performance Group

For more information or to reserve a place at one of the events please visit www.space.org.uk to book your free tickets

Part of Bloom 2017 – A summer programme of festivals, performances, workshops, family shows and music

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