After a bit of local politics on day three of the Wanstead Fringe (see last night’s report of the Evergreen Conundrum meeting), day four is definitely cultural.
Tonight at Aldersbrook Library there is a poetry event for people who love to read, hear and even write poetry. And also have a glass of wine while doing so, though this last bit is optional. The thriving poetry community in Aldersbrook will welcome any kindred spirits at Aldersbrook Library from 8pm tonight. More details here.
And meanwhile back at the Larder on Wanstead High Street there will be the first of the Fringe’s two acoustic gigs. Three acts are lined up for tonight – here is a sample of each of them to whet your appetite if you can come, and to compensate in some way if you can’t.
Good to see this tweet from Sunday night’s reggae/SKA/rare soul event at Bar Room Bar.
Thanks to all who came along last night to help us celebrate the Wanstead Fringe. Here's Mickey getting us started. pic.twitter.com/kuk6IMGnej
— Richard Corbyn (@bluerichard67) September 9, 2013