The Temple explores the history of Wanstead Park through the Roman, Regency and Victorian periods to the present day. The Temple has: a history of the Park's Roman Villa, told through mosaics and other items from our museum collection a tale of Regency romance gone wrong, fit to rival the best period drama statues which … Continue reading "Open weekend at the Temple"
Celebrated musicians-turned-lockdown ‘buskers’, Lucy Crowe and Joe Walters kept Wanstead alive with music throughout the pandemic. They will be performing a mix of old and new, celebrating music for being music and avoiding the temptation to pigeonhole performers and the sounds they make. Raising funds for Haven House, hear Joe and Lucy on the steps … Continue reading "Fanfare to the Fringe"
For star gazers of all ages, this evening will include an introduction on telescopes and astronomy, and a chance for children to make their own rockets. It will also celebrate Wanstead's unique place in the history of understanding space - with a talk about the life and work of astronomer James Pound, who is … Continue reading "The Stars from Wanstead"
This eye-opening play, which is coming to the Wanstead Fringe directly from playing in Edinburgh, is written by Wanstead local Marissa Landy and is based on her real-life experiences of working in the ambulance service. Adam (played by Tafadzwa Phillip Madubeko) and Riss (played by Marissa Landy) are crewmates and they invite you to join … Continue reading "A Non-Emergency (9 Sept)"