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Late Bloom Arts Festival

10 August - 13 August


Roof Garden

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For the third year the Late Bloom Arts Festival returns to the Crossrail Place Roof Garden.
Expect a weekend of family fun and performances by budding artists
Theatre, Dance, Music and Spoken Word

Thursday 10th August

Sunday Jazz Assembly 7PM
Songs performed can go from crowd pleasers like Girl from Ipanema and Why don’t you do right to forgotten classics like Cherokee.
Carmina Bernhardt: performs Greenery, a solo show 8PM
Blooming Ludus: 
 Salt & Vinegar DIY Summer Extravaganza 8:30PM
Light-hearted and just a bit cheeky, the song repertoire of Salt & Vinegar follows these fun-loving fish as they attempt to navigate the changing world around them. @BloomingLudus

Friday 11th August

Band for Life 6:30PM
Band For Life is an innovative project based on the therapeutic effects of music run by Tower Hamlets Methodist Circuit. 
Urban Interface Dance 7:30PM
Urban Interface is a professional dance company delivering cutting edge hip hop theatre and fusing contemporary with no limitations.
Jessica Mance & Samantha Flemming: Of Seagulls and Men 7:40PM
A vibrant and tongue-in-cheek parody of Homer’s Iliad in which the men battle a family of Seagulls for control of a seaside town.
Swati Seshadri: Bharathanatyam (Classical South Indian Dance) 8PM
The performance takes the audience on a resplendent journey through the wonders of Indian culture.

Saturday 12th August

Piedad Seiquer: Ellas, a solo dance performance 1:45PM & 4PM
ELLAS is a work in progress investigating the figure of a woman. It’s not only the story of one woman but many women.
Blooming Ludus:  Salt & Vinegar DIY Summer Extravaganza 2PM
Light-hearted and just a bit cheeky, the song repertoire of Salt & Vinegar follows these fun-loving fish as they attempt to navigate the changing world around them. @BloomingLudus
Jessica Mance & Samantha Flemming: Of Seagulls and Men 2:30PM
A vibrant and tongue-in-cheek parody of Homer’s Iliad in which the men battle a family of Seagulls for control of a seaside town. 
Tango E14: performance and workshop 3PM
Tango E14¬†teach and dance Argentine Tango at Saint John’s Community¬†Centre,¬†37 Glengall Grove
E14 3NE on Saturday afternoons from 1 – 5 pm.
Peter Burke 4:30PM
Stand up comedy
Embrace Dance 4:45PM
Break-dancing from Tower Hamlets locals
Un:Hurd: Live musical showcase 5PM
The showcase will involve local artists from East and Central London, each performing 4 of their own, original, tracks.

Sunday 13th August

And So My Garden Grows: A family workshop 10AM
Cast your eye on the strawberry trees, ferns and other plants brought on ships to London’s Docklands from faraway lands. Then, create your own mini garden with real seeds that will sprout and grow.
Nylah 12:30PM
I use my songs to move and inspire people with words and melodies that are uplifting. I make positive music for people to enjoy and relate to.
Genio 1:15PM
People are people; a song about being one among all. We all are together in our world, no matter colours and creed etc.
Piedad Seiquer: Ellas, a solo dance performance 1:45PM & 4PM
RedBeard : Beatboxing 2:15PM
Human beatboxer with over five years of professional performance experience
Grace Mason 3PM
Talented pre-teen and #Bloom regular, Grace will be performing a range of songs.
Aneesa’ Marie¬†3:30PM
Aneesa’ will be performing live music.

More acts to be confirmed

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Dates: 10 August - 13 August

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Roof Garden

Crossrail Place, North Dock, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AR United Kingdom
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