The big day

Dan Woodley, who is demonstrating his sculpting skills at Images in Frames on Saturday

It’s the biggest day ever for the Wanstead Fringe today, following what has undoubtedly been its biggest week.

The Jumble Trail kicks off with more than 100 stalls around Wanstead (see the live updated map at including a central starting point at the Corner House car park on the High Street.

It will be worth stopping by Images in Frames, next door to Tesco’s, to see sculptor Dan Woodley demonstrate his skills. A Wanstead resident, he is by day a sculptor for Madame Tussauds and will be showing what it takes to create a likeness – in this case, of his son Henry.

Tonight’s Kinema show is completely sold out [STOP PRESS – MORE TICKETS JUST RELEASED], but there are still things to see – including one for all the family.

The Railway Children musical has two performances today – 3pm and 7pm – and one on Sunday at 3pm. Tickets are still available online and on the door.

We Must Throw the Cows Down the Ravine has a performance tonight following a hugely successful show on Friday night. Tickets are here or again on the door.

More tickets have been released for the children’s comedy gig on Saturday afternoon – Bam Bam, star of BGT, is on Saturday afternoon. Tickets here.

And of course there’s the Wanstead Festival on Sunday with the forecast looking great. But for the time being, here are some more scenes from the past couple of days: