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Power of Summer 2017 Festival

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This year, London has a new attraction: Battersea Power Station’s awesome Power of Summer Festival.

All the way through from 22 July to 1 September, there will be something excellent to see, do, enjoy and experience every single day at the newly-opened circus west village. There will be swing, hip hop, buskers, rappers, DJs, beatboxing, singing, spinning, comedy, poetry, parties, kites, trampolines, theatre, nail bars, gin bars, beaches, boxing, hula hoops, jazz, flower power, rhinos, slapstick, silliness, scooters, roller disco, yoga, zumba, bokwa, workouts, popups, drop-ins and chillouts. Come on down and feel the power!

Power of Ping! / Ping! Pong Power

For the pros and the first timer, family tournaments, destress after a day in the office, take part in unusual challenges ping! pong is here for the entire summer. Sporting fun for all. Saturday challenges and coaching each week!

Cinema Club

Sunday evening screenings in the Village Hall (Sun 30, 7pm)

Battersea Power Station Community Choir – 3pm

Battersea Power Station community choir liven up Circus West Village with a medley of their favourite tracks and some classic tunes. After seeing them perform you will want to join them too!

The choir meets weekly at the Rose Community Centre and are rehearsed by Sam Evans. To date they have performed across the borough, at the Southbank Centre and were one of the choirs invited to sing at the opening of the Ned. Guaranteed to lift your spirits.

Swing Patrol

On the afternoon of Sunday July 23rd the Battersea Power Station will swing into life as part of the grand opening of the Power of Summer Festival. Free taster lessons, social dancing and impromptu performances from swing patrol as well as live music from the the Mississippi swamp dogs jazz band.


Address:
Battersea Power Station
Circus West Village,
London
SW11 8AB

Nearest train/tube:
Battersea Park Station/Queenstown Road

Start date/time: 22/07/2017
End date/time: 01/09/2017


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