Join us this Saturday 30th September for Southfields Harvest at St Barnabas Church.
What’s happening and who’s coming?
: The Rocky Head Brewery, Sue & John from Salt & Pepper
(cooking with as much local fruit and veg they can lay their hands on) and judging cakes too. The incomparable Southfields Sausage on the BBQ, lovely honey from industrious Southfields bees, gorgeous jams from Claire Lewis, apple juicing at the Abundance community fruit press (bring your own fruit), plus bottled SW18 juice to buy. Fairtrade tea, coffee and cake.
MEET: Jane Porter,
artist and illustrator; the Friends of Wimbledon Park
; growers from King George’s Park Allotments; the Southfields Grid Residents Association
; the Southfields Theatre Group
; the Rocky Head Brewery;
man of ideas, Leon Conrad
. Listen to local band, the Combine Harvesters
and Southfields Sings
MAKE: A magnificent vegetable monster (all materials supplied);
Print a harvest banner
with Jane Porter; pick up some knitting needles and get creative; knit a square or a woolly vegetable. Enter your cakes, jams and pickles in the Southfields Bake Off
Your apples, your allotment vegetables and your home baking.
Free to attend. Please use the entrance on Merton Road. For more information, please visit http://southfieldsharvest.weebly.com.
Join us at St Johns the Divine in Earlsfield on Saturday 23rd September at 7pm to hear Matthew Sear play Bach, Weiss and Barrios alongside his own compositions.
London-born musician Matthew Sear is a guitarist and composer noted for performances and compositions that borrow from a variety of musical traditions.
Tickets are £10 on the door, or £5 for concessions.
For more information on the venue, please visit wwww.stjohnsearlsfield.co.uk
For more information about Matthew, please visit www.matthewsearguitarist.co.uk
We will be holding our Christmas Fair on Saturday 3rd December, from 11.30am to 2.30pm. This family event offers plenty of festive fun, from our live entertainment, tombolas and raffles, kids activities and much more!
Southfields Harvest is coming to St Barnabas on Saturday 1st October, noon – 3pm. Join us for an afternoon of good food and drink, and a display of Southfields’ finest culinary talent (prizes will be given for showstopping cakes, jams and chutneys). Also includes music to set your feet tapping, craft beer, honey and produce, BBQ, apple juicing, cake, knitting and merriment.
To add to the excitement, the Big Draw festival will be coming to Southfields Harvest. Put your imagination to work to create the Great Big Southfields Combine Harvester with Southfields artist and illustrator, Jane Porter – a community event for young and old.
Entrance is free.
Following our first two concerts (Celebrating Women Composers and Music, Landscape and Myth in Scandinavia), we are delighted to announce a new concert into our summer series, to be held on Monday 20th June at 7.30pm.
The talented Iuventus Ensemble are set to deliver a passionate and warm performance of the Dohnanyi Serenade in C major, Opus 10 and Schubert Octet in F major, D803.
Tickets are £15 (£10 concessions / £5 for under 16s) on the door, and include complimentary refreshments in the interval. We hope that you can join us for this event.
Please also note that there will be two further concerts in the summer series:
To Warm Each Troubled Heart (Sunday 10th July, 6pm)
Oboist Julia White, cellist Mayda Narvey and guitarist Matthew Sear play an intimate and beguiling programme of Baroque and Spanish music with readings by Darris Golinski reflecting on the power of music to heal and restore. Tickets are £10 (£8 concessions / £5 for under 16s).
Jazz for a Summer Evening (Friday 5th August, 7.30pm)
Soprano Lene Sahlhodt and jazz pianist Chad Lelong join cellist Mayda Narvey in a summer cabaret of jazz, both standard and rather off the beaten track. With readings by Jazz FM presenter / performer, Bob Sinfield. Tickets are £10 (£8 concessions / £5 for under 16s).
Join us on Thursday 26th May (7.30pm) as violinist Miriam Kramer, Cellist Mayda Narvey and pianist Charis Hanning explore the work of women composers from the 12th Century mystic Hildegard von Bingen to contemporary American composer Deborah Netanel.
The evening also includes readings by women writers throughout the ages.
Tickets are available on the door at £10 (£8 for seniors, £5 for under 16s). All profits will be donated to Ibba Girls’ School.
“Evocative and haunting, distilled and poignant but ultimately uplifting. A honed and crafted clever piece of theatre.”
“de Deney’s latest performance combines poetry and virtuoso storytelling to create a poignant revisiting of the themes of war, love and loss.”
Join us at St Barnabas at 7.30pm on Saturday 30th January to watch ‘Between The Lines’, a passionate one man play about the war to end all wars written and performed by Simon de Deney (50mins).
A keeper of the graves in an old war cemetery is compelled to unravel a 100 year mystery. The play follows an underage soldier’s journey through the First World War as he struggles to deal with the impact of his choices on the people he loves most and his own sense of betrayal.
Tickets are available to purchase on the door for £10 (concessions available).
We sincerely hope that you can join us at this year’s Christmas Fair. There will be the usual range of stalls and good food at reasonable prices, and the chance for children to meet Father Christmas. This year we are particularly excited that the young magician, Eddie Farmer, will be joining us and performing live magic throughout the fair!
SATURDAY 28 NOVEMBER, 11.30AM – 2.30PM
It’s Christmas Fair time again! As with last year, profits will be going into our fundraising appeal coffers to improve our church buildings. This year we have the excitement of a young MAGICIAN, who will be performing at intervals throughout the event, plus, as always, delicious lunches provided by Ali / Sarah and the team.
Find out more about how you can help on the day.