Not only are Wac Arts opening the show at this years Hampstead Christmas Fair but the students will be showcasing their performing arts and media talent on their very own Wac Arts stage! Expect spine tingling, toe tapping performances bursting with the young people’s extraordinary talent. There will be adrenalin fuelled afro dance, stunning solo and duet singers, Wac Arts Band playing Jazz and Blues, Urban Street Dance Crew led by Leroy (formally from Britain’s got talent fame, Flawless Dance Group) and even be an Ipad orchestra performing with live strings plus lots more. It is a chance to see what happens in the Old Town Hall on Haverstock Hill and to support the organisation that has been working hard for 37 years to empower young people through performing arts and media.
About the Fair from www.hampsteadvillagelondon.com:
This year Hampstead High Street will be turned into a magical winter wonderland Christmas scene with 90 stalls selling gifts, delicious international food and drink, a funfair, live music, a Christmas grotto, reindeer, a film show, children’s activities and lots more.
The festive Family fun kicks off with a free screening at the Hampstead Everyman Cinema of a children’s movie. There will also be fantastic musical acts on two main stages, fairground attractions including a Big Wheel, a Santa’s Grotto, reindeer, street music, face painting, hot and cold international food and stalls offering an array of Christmas gifts.
This year we are delighted to announce that BBC’s Fiona Bruce will be switching on the Hampstead Christmas lights.
Location: Hampstead High Street
When: Sunday 29th November from 12pm
Wac Arts Stage:
12pm – 5pm A variety of acts will entertain the crowd from all of Wac Arts Inclusive and Dynamic Programmes.
12.00pm-12.30pm – Wac Arts
12.40pm-1.10pm – The Hoochie Toots
1.15pm-1.40pm – Babs Savage
1.45pm-2.20pm – The Runner Brothers
2.30pm-3.05pm – Rock Choir
3.10pm-3.40pm – Mad Dog Bites
3.45pm-4.10pm – Ronnie Maurice
4.15pm-4.50pm – Bjorn Again
7.00pm – Performance of Handel’s ‘Messiah’ (Hampstead Parish Church)