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The Bermondsey Street Festival

The festival is a unique annual event celebrating the rich and diverse community around this unique street in SE1 and is organised by the volunteers of the Bermondsey Street Festival Association.

Festival attractions include over 200 art & craft and food stalls, the infamous dog show, fashion show, maypole dancing and performance stages bring a village fete vibe to the street.

Bermondsey Street Festival adapts to political, social and artistic change, its unique but broad theme of 'celebrating freedom and democracy through artistic innovation' allowing the key topics and artistic focus to reflect a changing environment.

Taking over two parks and a street with over 12,000 visitors, the very best food from restaurants in the area and a home grown south London Music stage. A truly local event that reaches out to the diversity of Bermondsey Street and the immediate area.

Date: Saturday 15 September 2018

Cost: £0

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Location: Bermondsey, Bermondsey St, London, SE1 3UW »



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