In a Field by a Bridge is a brand new FREE summer festival coming to Potters Fields Park and St. John’s Churchyard, featuring a jam packed line-up set to inspire sustainable living and celebrate community action! About the festival In a field, a community park beside an international landmark In a Field by a Bridge is a weekend festival taking place on 22nd and 23rd July. The line-up will feature live performances, interactive workshops, film screenings, architectural tours, activities for all the family and so much more. Where is it? Just a short walk from London Bridge station along the riverfront, the festival will take place across two sites. Potters Fields Park (Tooley St, London, SE1 2QX) and St. John’s Churchyard (Fair Street, London SE1 2LD) Who’ll be there Keith Brymer Jones and Clayground mass participatory clay workshop celebrating the history of pottery-making in the area Social enterprise Beyond Food community Feast in a Field Programme of workshops, talks & walks curated by London National Park City and its network of park rangers Topical talks programme with headline panellists Local businesses & resident involvement Film screenings Suitcase Sale Designers and makers market Street food & drink Workshops Music & entertainment on a pedal-powered stage. Check out what’s on FIND OUT MORE In a Field by a Bridge is produced by HemingwayDesign, in partnership with Team London Bridge and Potters Fields Park Management Trust.
(image from Honeyland / Ljubo Stefanov) Pop-Up Eco-Films are free community films about ecosystems, climate change, and sustainability. Various venues around London Bridge will be hosting informal, friendly and thought-provoking film nights completely free to the public. From 25–28 October films will be screened at London Bridge Hive, Guy’s Chapel, The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Kino Bermondsey. At each screening there will be related, local London Bridge projects showing ways you can get involved and sharing some of their ideas and experiences. Honeyland (2019 / Certificate 12A) – book here Ljubomir Stefanov & Tamara Kotevska Running time: 85 Minutes Venue: London Bridge Hive, 1 Melior Place, SE1 3SZ Date: Fri 25 Oct, 6.30pm The Serengeti Rules (2018) – book here Running time: 84 Minutes Venue: Guy’s Chapel, St Thomas Street, SE1 Date: Sat 26 Oct, 5.30pm Into the Okavango (2018) – book here National Geographic Documentary Films Running time: 88 Minutes Venue: Old Operating Theatre Museum, 9a St Thomas Street, SE1 9RY Date: Sat 26 Oct, 6.30pm Eating Up Easter (2018) – book here Running time: 70 Minutes Venue: Old Operating Theatre Museum, 9a St Thomas Street, SE1 9RY Date: Sun 27 Oct, 6.30pm Blue (2017) – book here Running time: 80 Minutes Venue: Kino Bermondsey, 10 Bermondsey Square, SE1 3UN Date: Mon 28 Oct, 6.30pm To book all films click here. Commissioned by Team London Bridge.