The rain held off for the final Sunday of the Bedford Park Festival, so the mini fete took place in the grounds of St Michael & All Angels Church and Open Gardens in Bedford Park happened as usual. Audiences delighted in being able to take part in live, in person events once more, after the virtual festival dictated by the pandemic in 2020.
Images above: Bedford Park Open Gardens, including Sir Donald Insall – the Patron of the Bedford Park Society and Nigel Woolner the President of the Bedford Park Society, sitting and enjoying the view; photographs courtesy of Peter Murray
Images above: Rosemary Ashe in the premiere of her one woman show ‘Adorable Dora’, celebrating the life of Dora Bryan; photographs Jim Cox
Images above: An evening with Phyllis Logan. Executive Director of the Chiswick Playhouse, Mark Perry, talks to actor Phyllis Logan, at the Chiswick Playhouse. Photographs – Jim Cox.
Images above: An evening with Torin Douglas. Executive Director of the Chiswick Playhouse, Mark Perry, talks to former BBC Media correspondent and Director of the Chiswick Book Festival, Torin Douglas, at the Chiswick Playhouse. Photographs – Jim Cox.
Images above: Soprano Millie Forrest concert; photographs, Bedford Park Festival
Images above: Mozart concert; photographs Bedford Park Festival
Images above: Junior bake-off; photographs Bedford Park Festival
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