A Community Festival is being planned on Saturday 19 November to celebrate the 150th anniversary of St Mary’s church.
The Festival had originally been planned for September, but was postponed due to the death of Queen Elizabeth, and also the sad loss of Cornelius Koundouris, who worked at St Mary’s.
The rescheduled event is open to everyone of all faiths and none. There will be food, music and entertainment from around the world to celebrate both the anniversary and St Mary’s place at the heart of Primrose Hill’s diverse community. Lined up is an Italian Tarantella, Ukranian songs, a Turkish belly dancer, British clog dancing, a South African dancing troupe as well as a local pop band. There will be food from more than 20 different countries as well as wine and soft drinks, and St Mary’s locally brewed beer.
Saturday 19 November, 6-9pm
Entry is £2 and children go free.
The Parish Church of St Mary-the-Virgin, Elsworthy Road, London, NW3 3DJ.