Saturday 15th July 2017
Thank you so much for joining us for this years DAGFEST! We loved having you back in Dagenham Village, with a brand new stage full of music, dance and poetry to street theatre, a super strong lady and a flamingo samba parade finale!
16th and 18th September 2017
We had such an exciting programme during 2017, we had a variety of performances, workshops and activities throughout the weekend. The festival weekend lead us into a day of walking through the borough, celebrating the river with our silk scroll created as part of our partnership on Kinetika's Silk River project.
Up and Coming Festivals for 2018
After a successful 2017 we are excited to be bringing you three festivals in 2018. As with all of our festivals and events the Cultural Connectors, local Barking and Dagenham people, will be making decisions about the festival programme and activities as well as volunteering at the events and some may even be proposing ideas themselves! Our steering groups are always open for new people to join and get involved so please do get in touch if you would like to find out how.
If you are interested in becoming a supporter, (by volunteering your time, through in-kind or financial support), of any of our ever growing festivals please contact Lindsey for more information.
Look out for paid and voluntary roles working on future festivals.
COMING IN JULY 2018
Do you want to help make some decisions for this years DAGFEST? Look out for our steering group meetings and feel free to get in touch by emailing email@example.com for more information.
COMING IN AUGUST 2018
Do you want to help the programming of this years Thamesfest? Look out for our steering group meetings and feel free to get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Coming in NOVEMBER 2018
Do you want to help make GLOW happen next year? Want to support and sponsor the project? Or get involved with programming the festival? Get in touch and email email@example.com for more information.
Photo credits: Anita Adeshina, Mark Sepple, Jimmy Lee photography