Saturday 9th June
11.00 Fancy Dress and Grand Opening
Theme: Peter Rabbit and friends Meet at 10.30 in Parish Hall
11.30 Brent Jazz Orchestra with Beverley Stone
17 piece band playing pieces from Duke Ellington to Woody Herman
12.15 Arts Ed Extra Saturday skills academy for 4 – 18 year olds.
The West End comes to Greendays
1.30 Zoku族 Tribal
American Tribal-style Bellydance troupe Improvisational dance
2.00 Learn to Swim
Three-piece Indie Pop Band
3.15 Dan Raza
Five-piece Classic Rock band
Sunday 10th June
10.30 Mass On the Green St Michael’s brass
Precher: The very reverend Nicholas Frayling
12.00 Rock Choir
The Pioneering contemporary choir of the UK
12.30 Stagecoach Chiswick
A medley of dance, drama and songs from 'Peter Pan'
1.00 The Derivatives
West London’s cheesiest covers band
2.30 Four Day Hangover
A young energetic local indie/punk band
3.00 Strange Child
Indie rock band with soul, funk and jazz influences
3.30 The Guidelines
Original authentic material with a distinctly British feel #BritRock2
4.00 Bats of Ealing
Local Milkman’s band plays rock classics
Brent Jazz Orchestra is a 17-piece big band, playing jazz from Duke Ellington and Count Basie through to contemporary work by composers such as Lenny Niehaus and Gordon Goodwin. The band has been going for over twenty years under the musical direction of Jim Barton and before him Willlie Garnett. The band is based in Chiswick, rehearsing on Wednesday nights at the Chiswick Catholic Centre and playing gigs around west London.
East London born Beverley Stone has been immersed in popular music as long as she can remember, starting with the Great American songbook interpreted by the likes of Frank, Ella, Nat and Billie. Contemporary artists such as Carol King and Amy have also had major influences. After leaving her 9-5 job and taking on a singing engagement on the high seas, her deep love of singing and performing was discovered and her future mapped out. Since then she has travelled to many parts of the world, appeared on British television, and secured long term residencies at prestigious central London venues. Beverley has performed at some of the finest venues in the land including Ronnie Scotts, the 606 Club, Pizza Express Soho, Hideaway and The Forum and has worked with some of the country’s foremost musicians and producers. Her debut album Butterfly Rising is available to buy on iTunes and Amazon. www.beverleystone.net
Zoku族 is an American Tribal Style® (ATS®) belly dance troupe created and directed by Maho Beaumont. Maho, a FatChanceBellyDance® certified teacher with sister studio status,taught ATS® in London from 2010 to 2015 and has recently returned to Tokyo, Japan. In March 2015 Maho named her dance school and troupe Zoku族 (meaning troupe, tribe or family in Japanese). The current troupe members are Laura, Nening, Shelly and Charlotte and together they teach weekly Thursday evening classes at the studio in Chiswick Theatre Arts. Beginners are welcome and more information can be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org
Stagecoach Chiswick, has been helping young people to learn new skills and build creative courage for life through performance. The school runs every Friday and Saturday, catering for children as young as 4yrs old in Early Stages to 21yrs old in the Advanced Further Stages.
The BATS of Ealing are delighted to have been invited to close the show on the Bandstand again this year. This accomplished 5-piece plays a wide variety of rock, pop and funk classics, from Bowie to Blue Sky, McCartney to Maroon 5, Stevie Wonder to Walk The Moon. They will have you stomping your feet, singing out loud and dancing on the grass!
The BATS were formed in Ealing in 2002 by Bill on guitar, Alan (the Chiswick milkman) on drums/vocals, Terry on vocals/guitar and Stu on bass/vocals. Stu moved away and was succeeded on bass by Graham, while Mel now completes their sound on keys and sax. Of the many gigs at pubs, street parties, and private parties over the years, a recent highlight was closing Glastonbury festival with the crowd at the Fluffy Rock Cafe after Coldplay's headlining set.