A record 22,000 people flocked to Wandle Park this weekend for two mass celebrations of diversity – Croydon PrideFest and Croydon Mela.The first event in this major entertainment double-bill, Croydon PrideFest 2019, was - as promised – bigger, better and more diverse than ever. An estimated 10,000 people headed to Wandle Park for PrideFest on Saturday 13 July – double last year - with around 1,000 people joining this year's parade through the town centre.
Young dancers and musicians have been invited to audition this weekend for an exciting new project, which will culminate in a live performance at Croydon’s newly-refurbished world-class arts centre, Fairfield Halls.
A fantastic programme of free entertainment in the town centre gets under way this weekend when students from the borough’s world-famous performing arts school take to the streets and public spaces.
The second annual Croydon International Mela takes place from 1-8pm on Sunday 15 July.
This summer promises a feast of entertainment with Street Live, a new programme of live outdoor entertainment on Croydon’s High Street with an eclectic mix of acts.
Parents looking to give their primary-aged children’s literacy skills a fun-filled boost are invited bring them to an interactive dance performance and a talk from an award-winning author in Croydon next week.
The free performance literacy project is […]
Ambition Festival is over and has proved that Croydon is open for business when it comes to music, dance and comedy.
The town was taken over for four days and the thousands who attended were spoilt for choice […]