Season of Celebration at St Paul's Church Finishes on a Lighter Note

Comedy night in Grove Park brings We Are 150 Festival to an end

A display at the flower show at St. Paul's Church


Celebrating 150 Years of Music in Grove Park

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Parishioners of St. Paul's Church have been enjoying a prolonged celebration of the 150th anniversary of the church's foundation over the last few weeks.

The 'We Are 150' festival saw a series of concerts, a poetry reading, a history talk and festival services

This Saturday (25 June) there was a flower festival and the activities come to an end with a comedy evening next Sunday (3 July) with rising young stars from London.

The evening will showcase some of the newest young London stand-ups in St Paul's Garden. You can book a table and bring your own picnic.

Teddy bear's picnic features in flower show
Teddy bear's picnic features in flower show

The MCs will be Flora Barker and Jack Short, with sets by Emily T, Robert Preston, Doug Groves and Lily Webb. Tableware and cutlery will be provided and there will be a bar, and the whole event will be under cover, in case of wet weather.

This event will not be suitable for children; a table seats 8, individual tickets are available if preferred but will still be for places at a group table; the bar will operate on cards only.

Tickets cost £12 plus booking fee and can be bought online.


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June 26, 2022

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