So the fourth Wanstead Fringe went out in a blaze of glory with comedy, yoga, music workshops, acoustic sessions from Wanstead musicians and a sell-out attendance at the legendary Wanstead Kinema.
On behalf of the organisers, Wansteadium would like to thank everyone who took part, especially the Friends of the Wanstead Fringe (you can still join up, here), the restaurants who took part in Restaurant Week,Vision Redbridge Culture and Leisure, the London Borough of Redbridge and the NELFT NHS Foundation Trust for letting the Fringe use the Cherry Tree as an HQ; Petty Son and Prestwich for continued generous support.
The traditional Sesame Street-style roll call takes place at the bottom of this post, but before that here are some of the scenes from the closing stages of the Fringe.
The Wanstead Fringe 2016 was brought to you by the letters W, F, and by Ade Ward, Alison McCabe, Alistair MacQueen, Andy Richardson, Anya Lipska, Ben Kelly, Caroline Roberts, Chris Drew, Dan Clapton, Danielle Wilkinson, Dave Tulip, David Adshead, David Bird, Fabien Ecuvillon, Franck from Nice Croissant, Geoff Wilkinson, Giles Wilson, Hugh Muir, James Healey, Janice Hunte, Jenny Burbage, John and Jenny Wagstaff, Jon Fentiman, John Gilsenan, John Rogers, Kat Ibrahim, Kevin Murphy, Liz Adshead, Lizzie Ostrom, Lucinda Gosling, Luna Blaze, Lynsey Burke, Lynn Wilkinson, Marion Temple, Mark Foster, Maura Wilson, Maya Anaokar, Michelle Linaker, Mick Terry, Nick Affleck, Nick Bertram, Paul Affleck, Paul Drury-Bradey, Penny Wilson, Pete Black, The Recoupes, Rob Affleck, Rob Fearn, Ronnie Finch, Sherri-Lee Estabrook, Suzi Harnett, Tracey Adebowale-Jones, Vince McHale, Zoey Hiscock and Catherine Tylney-Long.
Restaurant Week was supported by Bombetta, The Lane, Sumo Fresh, Gezi Park, Luppolo, Provender, Piccolo, the Manor House, Purbani, and Long Horn. Thanks to all them for their support.