The Big Screen – more info

UPDATE: There’s a newer post about this event here.

The timetable for the Olympics “big screen” on Blackheath has been released:

27 July 7.30pm-12.30am
London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony

The Lewisham Big Screen will show live coverage of the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
27 July – 12 August
Live coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games

Watch live coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games on a big screen on Blackheath
28 July 12 noon-7pm
Lewisham Live

Music, dance and song from Lewisham’s talented young people
29 July 12 noon-10.30pm
Sing Out!

A day of song and music from choirs around the borough – and the BBC Singers
30 July 6-11pm
Blackheath Halls presents The Icarus Club

The Icarus Club – promoting and encouraging singer/songwriters and instrumentalists
31 July 2-4pm
21st Century Tea Dance

Positive Ageing Council and the Young Mayor present the 21st Century Tea Dance
1 August 1-5pm
PING! workshops

Music and sport – a London 2012 combination
2 August
Mayor’s Quiz Night

Quiz night in aid of the Mayor’s chosen charity – The Lavender Trust
4 August 12 noon-10.30pm
Super Saturday

Super Saturday – stalls, performers, entertainment galore
7 August
Big Dance

8 August 7-9.30pm
The Big Conversation

Join the Big Conversation – and find out what’s important to you
9 August 1-5pm
Southern Exposure PG Fim Marathon

26 films from 26 young directors
10 August 12 noon-10.30pm
Speakeasy

A day of stories, performance poets, readings and verse
11 August From 12 noon
Showtime

A day of street performances
12 August 7.30-10.30pm
London 2012 Closing Ceremony

See also: http://blackheathbugle.wordpress.com/2012/01/17/the-greatest-hyperbole-on-earth/

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5 Comments

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5 responses to “The Big Screen – more info

  1. Lewisham Big Screen are inviting performers to Apply to perform but are not paying any fees for doing so. I’m wondering if the organisers/ screen & tent techs lighting people etc are also doing it for free? Outrageous. Personally I’m boycotting it.

  2. Trog

    Looks like it’ll be a more fun than watching the Olympics!

  3. richard

    Is that lot PC enough?

  4. Adrian

    Interesting. I see that there is a quiz night for the Mayor’s chosen charity – The Lavender Trust. If this is THE MAYOR, how do they know the results of coming Thursday’s election to know what charity THE MAYOR will choose?

    I think we should be told!

  5. Ed Blackburn

    Will the big screen show the missile launches too?

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