The sound of music in Wanstead

This year’s Wanstead Fringe has hugely increased the amount of music on offer, with eight recitals and concerts, many featuring local performers or composers.

It starts with the annual celebration of local acoustic singers upstairs in the Bull, featuring Ali MacQueen, Thomas Caulfield, Chloe Juliette, Jane Lowery and Zac Hurst.

It then takes a different turn with international opera star Lucy Crowe and husband Joe Walters curating an evening of classical, folk and experimental music with a range of local musicians.

Events continue right up until the end of September, concluding with a concert by local composer Simone Spagnolo with Low Strings Drama, a combination of “chamber music and mystery drama soundtrack”, and then on the last day of the Fringe, Dark Isle – a new musical written by Wanstead actor and writer Katherine Tripp.

3 thoughts on “The sound of music in Wanstead”

  1. Some great things on offer but the details and dates are so difficult to find. The colours are so awful it makes reading confusing as the font is so small! Can you please consider those that have visual problems? All we would like is the venue and details clearly shown in black and white!

    Thank you

    1. If you find some pages difficult, there are free extensions in various browsers to change to high contrast which replaces hard to see text on colours.

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