An evening of music, dance, poetry, jazz, food and drink as part of the Waterloo Festival.
The Gary Crosby Quartet will end the evening with a performance of John Coltrane's A Love Supreme which will start at about 10pm
Before then, throughout the evening in different locations in the church and crypt you will discover other performers.
Pianist Walter Fabeck will accompany a silent film of the 1951 Festival of Britain.
Singer/songwriter Shanon Shah will perform favourites old and new.
Poetry collective Southwark Stanza will perform Titfer Tat - poetry from under their hats.
The Rye Poets collective will perform pieces from their collection the tie.
Pianist Virginia Thorn will play pieces both well known and surprising.
There will be a prize for the most stylish costume and most stylish hat.
A cold buffet, alcoholic and soft drinks will be available for additional purchase.
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