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Don’t miss out on your opportunity to perform or host an event as part of the MAD for Brockwell Park 2013 season.
Applications need to be in by 4pm on the 1st February 2013. Click HERE for more information!
Would you like to be part of a lively community programme of Music, Art and Drama Events in Brockwell Park?
Brockwell Park Community Partners’ (BPCP) arts and events sub-committee is looking for local events to make up the MAD for Brockwell Park season between April and September 2013. BPCP is a small local charity that seeks to promote the park and encourage community involvement
In 2011, over 7000 people attended our 14 events. Taking part in MAD provides an excellent opportunity for you/your group to perform/run an interesting and entertaining event in the unique setting of Brockwell Park. We can offer small grants or assist you with the practicalities.
Why is it such a good opportunity?
- Both established and emerging artists can give back to their community
- MAD provides opportunities for artists to bring music, art, drama, dance or other to their local community while reaching new audiences and raising profiles.
- MAD provides new opportunities to perform within the beautiful open space of Brockwell Park.
What are we looking for?
- Amateur and professional acts which celebrate and do justice to Brockwell Park, our community and the surrounding area
- A diverse range of acts to appeal to and excite our diverse community
If you think you’ve got what we’re looking for click HERE!
This year there’s more than ever going on in Brockwell Park, and more than ever for Park-lovers to get involved in.
Help is always needed and we’ve found there are some areas where we particularly need specialist help, or a few more pairs of hands. So, in collaboration with Friends of Brockwell Park we are holding a ‘Volunteers Open Day’, where committee members from both organisations will be available to talk about a host of volunteer opportunities.
2pm on Saturday the 2nd June, Brockwell Hall
You are welcome to just drop in on the day, but if you do get a chance it would be great if you could email and let us know you may be coming along so we can make sure we have enough tea and cake! If you can’t make it but would still like to get involved, just drop us a line.
We are looking for marshals to help ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable ramble. The Walk starts from10.00 a.m. with people moving off at their own time over the next 2 hours or so and we have marshals at various stages until 3.30 pm.
Marshal points are at Belair Park, Sydenham Hill Woods, Dulwich Park, Ruskin Park and Brockwell Park (obviously).
Preferences will of course be accommodated where possible and no one will be on their own – friends and family are very welcome to keep you company as well! If you are keen you could do the whole 5 and half hours but we are only asking for 2 hours or so.
Depending on where you are you will be handing out walking guides; taking money; giving general safety advice, stamping cards as people pass the “checkpoint”, chatting and making friends with walkers and acting as a contact point in case of emergencies.
If you would like to be involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ re getting ready for a jam-packed season of events in the park. If you’re interested in helping out at events – whether it’s setting up, supervising or acting as a marshall – then let us know!