Saturday 18th March 2017, 6pm
As winter turns into spring and darkness turns into light, we celebrate a time of change and transformation.
Spring Waking, commissioned by Southwark Council, is a new dazzling event for East Dulwich. We are very excited to be co-producing this outdoor show with Output Arts, supported through GfA.
Spring Waking will feature a community procession led by a giant illuminated butterfly and moth designed by Tony Mason and a fantastic light-filled finale show with a specially composed song cycle from singer and musician, Bishi.
The procession has been designed by EEA associate artist Cristina Ottonello and a wonderful team of creative practitioners from EEA and Output Arts with choreographer Carlos Cortes and South London Samba. We will be involving schools, community groups and the general public in the making of personalised butterflies and moths that will symbolise a time of change.
To join the parade with your own personalised butterfly or moth come along to the following arts workshops (free):
Saturday 11th March – 1pm – 4pm East Dulwich Community Centre, SE22 9NL
Saturday 18th March – 11.30am – 2.30pm Goose Green Church, SE22 9AT
Procession starts from East Dulwich Community Centre, Darrell Rd, London SE22 9NL