Thanks to local sponsors and funders, the organising team of volunteers behind the Crystal Palace Overground Festival next month have announced a jam-packed programme of events.
The combined £18,000 sponsorship has contributed enormously to the programming of the various festival hubs that make up the four-day festival from June 26 to 29.
Fringe events include an open-air film screening of Richard Ayoade’s debut feature Submarine, a night of short-film fun with Random Acts artists such as Turner nominee David Shrigley, 12foot6, Phil Mulloy, and ex-Lemon Jelly filmmaker Fred Deakin, and a special film score performance and light show from analogue synthesizer group Metamono.
Noreen Meehan, the festival director, said: “Without the support of our sponsors and funders the Crystal Palace Overground Festival wouldn’t be the huge success it is today and we…
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