Croftfest will be on Saturday 24 September 2016

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Brockley Max was on from Friday 27 May till Saturday 4 June 2016. Watch oun for next year’s programme (Friday 26 May – Saturday 3 June, tbc)! Full information will be found on

St Hilda’s hosted four events:

Community Hair Brush Choir  (Undercroft)
Dust off your vocal cords and join our Community Hair Brush Choir. No audition necessary! Songs we all know and love from ABBA and Mama Mia arranged for stripped back a cappella entertainment. Free. Children and all ages welcome.

Saturday 28 May 2016, 1.30pm – 5.30pm. Public performance: 4.45pm.

The Story Sessions: Asylum (Church)

Arachne Press presents authors and poets reading work on the theme of Asylum – safety and refuge,including stories from the Refugees Welcome anthology. You are invited to join in with ‘flash from the floor’ 100 words on the theme. Free (refreshments available)

Saturday 28 May 2016, 3.30pm – 6pm

The Three Cajun Pigs (Church)

A lively retelling of the classic tale set in South Louisiana with rhyme, song and dancing. With plenty of chance for participation, the audience will help the three sibling pigs teach the cheeky alligator a lesson! Free (suitable for 3-7 year-olds). Download a flyer (pdf) from this link: Cajun Pigs Brockley max poster final

Tuesday 31 May 2016, 11am and 2pm

Ryoku classical piano performance (Church)

Ryoku treats Brockley Max-goers to a classical music repertoire. Includes Rameau, Ravel and Chopin piano solos and a viola sonata composed by Rebecca Clarke. Free (children welcome).

Tuesday 31 May 2016,  5pm – 6.30pm