Oragnisers have confirmed that the Peckham Festival 2022 will still be going ahead as planned, as this free event gives the community a chance to come together. They will be observing the minute’s silence at 8pm on Sunday 18th September.
Peckham Festival 2022 returns with a long weekend of art, performances and activities celebrating the diversity and creativity of Peckham. Free art and culture will be accessible to all, with two of the main sites located at Copeland Park and Peckham Levels. The heartbeat of the festival is the family friendly Community Hub. Festival goers will have the chance to try new experiences and engage with local groups; free workshops on offer include Mbinga classes, screen printing and a Greta Thurnberg inspired teen theatre workshop.This year there will also be a health and well-being element offering free fitness and wellbeing classes including Hip Hop Yoga, Pilates, sleep & nutrition and sound healing.
The ‘Made in Peckham’, open spaces event will see over a hundred local artists open up their homes, workshops and studios, over two weekends this year, offering the public an intimate and unique insight into their work practices. The Art trail will take you from Victorian warehouses, under railway arches to residential streets. Art forms range from fine art to sculpture; jewellery; ceramics; photography; print and furniture design.
For more details, check out the official website.Organisers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.