Time: December 13, 2013 from 7:30pm to 11pm
Location: behind Bruce Grove station
Street: Moorefield Road N17 6PY
Website or Map: http://goo.gl/maps/oLHWe
Event Tag: wccc, winter warmer, wards corner, bruce grove
Posted By: pamish
Latest Activity: Dec 8, 2013
The days are getting shorter, the nights colder and your breath lingers in the air. Winter is here and this means only one thing, the WCC Winter Warmer is back!
We’re seriously heating things up this year with a selection of the most fabulous performers, unmissable raffle prizes and the return of Mrs. Patel’s much sought after cooking.
So open your diary and save the date now, because this year’s Winter Warmer is not to be missed!
Friday 13th December
7:30pm – 11pm
North London Community House, 22 Moorefield Rd, N17 6PY
Entry £5 (£4 conc)
The Balkanoes: Back by popular demand following a stunning performance at the Migrant Solidarity benefit. A danceable blend of Balkan Folk and timeless classics.https://www.youtube.com/user/thebalkanoes
Shop Floor Sessions: London based performers collective of skilled multi-instrumentalists intricately fusing jazz, hip-hop and poetry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQmS87Sn0f8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iHlaHxvTpc
Brémond: Synth and Saxophone duo bringing a beat to move your heart and your feet. www.bremondmusic.com
Pete the Temp: Performer, activist and all round rabble rouser blending poetry, music and politics. www.petethetemp.co.uk
Mawaan Rizwan: A lively and interactive stand-up comedian and burgeoning youtube sensation. Facebook.com/MalumTV
Chico Carino: lyrical spoken word performer who has written a piece on regeneration and urban development especially for the Winter Warmer
The WCC have been very busy this year. In the summer we took Haringey Counil to court for a 2nd time where we unjustly had our challenge refused.. We’ve been supporting Our Tottenham, addressing the issues with the Councils regeneration plans that put profit before local people. Last but by no means least we’ve been developing a response to these plans and the Community Plan for Wards Corner has recently been submitted to the Council.
The support for the campaign has been amazing and we have managed to raise £7k so far, almost half of our target. However to cover our legal costs and to be able continue the vital work we do at Wards Corner and the rest of Tottenham, we need to raise a further £11k. Its easy to donate to the campaign, just follow the link below.
And join us on the 13th for some Fun Raising!
Wards Corner Community Coalition
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