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The Great Get Together Bankside

This year, ‘The Great Get Together Bankside’ once again hits the streets of London on 23 June, 2019, taking place across the whole of Bankside.

Joining the Jo Cox Foundation’s nationwide celebration of inclusion, tolerance and social cohesion. London Borough of Southwark residents and business communities will be ‘Getting Back Together’ for the third fabulous, free street festival - coming together to share a common purpose.

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Activities include

Bankside ‘Bark Off’ Dog Show

Bankside ‘Bark Off’ Dog Show

Kids Zone

Kids Zone

Vintage Craft and Curios Market

Vintage Craft and Curios Market

Urban Village Fete with ‘Ultimate Bake Off’

Urban Village Fete with ‘Ultimate Bake Off’

Face Painting

Face Painting

Community Stalls

Community Stalls

Wacky Races

Wacky Races

Maypole Dancing

Maypole Dancing

Surrey Docks Farm

Surrey Docks Farm

Zorb Pool

Zorb Pool


Musical Performances

Alabama 3, Alda Dizdari String Quartet, Borough Music School, Borough Welsh Chapel Choir, Dana Immanuel & the Stolen Band, DEA Music Academy, Dog Roses, Emily Maher, Lizzie O’Connor, Lyle Zimmerman, Martha Gunn, Nightingales, Pandemonium Drummers, Joe Strouzer, Remi Banklyn, Rob Corcoran, Rupert Gillett, Smile, Softshell Crabs, South London Samba, The Swamp Stomp String Band, Street Orchestra Live, UDM Samba, Zoltan Bihari and many more.

Acrobatics

Castellers of London, Southwark Gymnasts.

Creative Activities

Art Academy, Bankside Futures, Rye Here Rye Now, Tate Modern.

DJs

Café Louie Louie, Camberwell Connection (Balamii Radio) Corsica Studios, Downbeat Melody, Jackal Wyfreid b2b Bongo Jefferson (Twinkat Soul), Madara Verde (SOAS Radio), MC Pinty.

Dance

Carragher Dance, Gay Men’s Dance Co, Silverfit, Superarts, Swing Patrol, Zoltan Bihari.

Comedy

Club Glitoris, Country Mile.

Food

Ceviche Classic, Comida Fest, Flavours of Naples, Hanoi Kitchen, Hilton Bankside, Kalimera, Mexicana, Mint Street Jerk.

Theatre

Elders Company, Half and Half, Migration Museum Project, Peoples Company, Southwark Playhouse, YoCo.


Supported by:

Africa Centre, Better Bankside, Beautiful Joe’s, Boot and Flogger, Borough Market, Burns Natural Food, ByBenji, Campbell-Healey, Cawston Press, citizenM Hotel, Concrete Communications, Fetch & Follow, Flat Iron Square, Forge Architects, Hiro+Wolf, Kitty Forbes Illustrations, Gentlemen Baristas, Great Portland Estates, Hilton Bankside, Illuminate Productions, Kalmars, Lily’s Kitchen, Live Group, Living Bankside, London Marathon Events, Lowline Entertainment Group, Most Precious Blood, OMEARA, Pooch & Mutt, Resonance FM, Rose & Crown, Southwark Cathedral, Southwark Council, SE1 Online, St George The Martyr, SuperGlad Music, Tails.com, Tate Modern, The Bridge, The Jo Cox Foundation, United St Saviour’s and many others.