Tango Night

** Correction to event time which will now run from 7-11pm**

Bold vision will be running an Argentinian themed fundraiser on the 16th of February. The fundraiser is to cover repair costs to the community space and the installation of disabled access, enable us to keep the Hill Station maintained and support our other activities.

Live performance from highly acclaimed Uruguayan Ana Karina Rossi (see http://www.anakarinarossi.com.uy/) just finished a series of performances in the Uruguayan National Theatre, the wonderful Ricardo Cinalli’s, more known for his paintings than his incredibly intuitive approach to playing tangos on piano. And to complete the trio, newly arrived from Sardinia, maestro Mauro Uselli, on flute, who has found in The Hill Station, a place to begin his way into the musical scene in London.

Anna: “I was born in Montevideo. Since very young I breathed tango in the streets of my city, during family gatherings, on the radio, and when listening to my father hum Discepolo and Gardel. Thanks to my father, I studied piano and received my first Steinway. My mother went along with me to take the admission exam at the Conservatory of Music. Mother waited even more impatiently than I for the jury’s decision. And it was then, at 14 years of age, that passing the exam allowed me to study music on an academic level. Singing has always been present in my life, but by the end of my teenage years, singing particularly meant tango; it soon grew wings and took me to discover the world. I realized then that tango had no frontiers, and through it, I can sing from the vast textures of life, with humour, with nostalgia, allowing dreams to walk their own paths, singing a tango to love, to pain, to hope, to friendship or solitude, to make memories live, and to inspire a longing for the future. Feeling tango in my soul and expressing it with my voice is today the best passport with which I travel, and like a bird, I take music here and there- the music of my motherland.


Link to full size poster









Sunday 16th of February 7-9pm 

** Correction to event time which will now run from 7-11pm**

Tickets $15 (Includes Argentinian food and wine)

Tickets are available now click image below to book


To buy tickets go to: http://tangolive.bpt.me/
Address: Catherine’s Church in Kitto Road, Telegraph Hill, SE14. Overlooking the park.

Ticket price includes glass of wine or soft drink and Argentine taster food.

Christmas Mysteries Dec 11 and Dec 14

Come and see the nativity!
A lively, witty and funny musical adaptation of the nativity from the traditional Medieval Mystery Plays.
A show with a real live stable, beautiful classical music and a story as old as the hills. Come and join Quartetto Lycra and The Bluebirds in this unique presentation of The Christmas Mysteries.

Wed Dec 11 7pm: Adults and older children mysteries
St Giles Church, 81 Camberwell Church St, Camberwell London SE5 8RB
Tickets £8 / £5, Bar available

Sat Dec 14 5pm: Special children’s performance
St Catherine’s Church, Pepys Rd,London SE14 5TY
Tickets £5 / £3, Light refreshments available

Sat Dec 14 8pm: Adults and older children
St Catherine’s Church, Pepys Rd,London SE14 5TY
Tickets £8 / £5, Bar Available

Tickets for all shows available online at:
Information on the show and about
The Bluebirds available from www.thebluebirds.org.uk
or call 07770 933 681

Open Mic Nov 27

Hello lovely Open-Mic Participants and Watchers

Once again we, Alex and Phil, are getting our creaky old bones prepared for some kind of middle-aged action at this week’s Open Mic Night, while our Kev is still bringing his youthful infectious enthusiasm for life to the other side of the world.

So why not come down to the old Telegraph at the Earl of Derby in Dennetts Road SE14 on Weds Nov 27 for an evening of music, spoken word, fun, frolics and the rest.

And please do consider the non-music option – like poetry, sketches, mime, magic, monologue – we’ll give most (legal) things a go.

Get there early to get on the list or to grab a prime seat… Starting at about 8.30pm-ish

Hope to see you there. Oh yes we do!

Phil xx 07973 540839

Al xx 07753 693364


Day of the Dead silent disco Nov 1st

Friday 1 November 2013 is Mexican Day of the Dead. To celebrate The Hill Station Café will be transformed into a Fabulously Fluorescent, Luminously Lovely, Ultra Violet, Psychedelic Silent Disco.

Don’t miss out! Strut your stuff at the only Mexican Day of the Dead Silent Disco in town!!

Tickets £15.00 in advance from www.brownpapertickets.com http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/477196

Your ticket includes:

  • Wireless headphones  – tune in & turn on
  • Competing DJ’s  – wig out to your fave raves
  • Free Deadly Cocktail  – there’ll be blood on the dance floor!
  • Entry into Special Day of the Dead raffle
  • Prizes for best dressed Senor and Senorita 

It’s a fancy dress thing – the more skulls the merrier (but of course you don’t have to).  The best dressed Senor and Senorita will be crowned “King and Queen of the Dead”. Everybody gets a free cocktail on arrival, and there’ll be lots of extra scary stuff too.

Proceeds go towards funding the New Cross & Deptford free film festival 2014. www.freefilmfestivals.org/

Cinetopia / New Cross + Deptford Free Film Festival

Wanted 2 Fundraiser Jun 21


Last year saw the first ‘Wanted’ a night of music to raise funds for a PA for Hill Station – around £400 was raised.   This year sees another push following the Solstice parade.

Wanted 2 starts at 7.30pm on Friday 21st June at Hill Station, there will be music, comedy, food (a BBQ), a raffle (with amazing prizes!) and a licensed bar.

Acts include:

  • Eliza & Pearl (Folk harmonies)
  • Open Road (Bluegrass and Country)
  • Dino (Singer/Songwriter)
  • Phil & Martin (Comedy/Sketches)
  • Paul & Maggie (Jazz)
  • Jon & Anna (Acoustic Pop)
  • Pagoda Sun (Acoustic Folk Pop)
  • The Pretty Boys (Winston, Lex and Ben – Eclectic and Surpising)

Tickets are £5 / £3 (concessions) – BOOK NOW!

Some asked – Why a PA?   The Festival PA is huge and heavy, is stored away at the furthest end of Telegraph Hill Centre and often in use (esp. during the Festival).   Having a Hill Station PA will ensure a simple ‘plug and play’ option throughout the year, but especially at Festival time.



RumBQ and Street Party May 26th

This is what team Trinity RumBQ say about this event in Telegraph Hill Park this sunny Sunday afternoon…

DJs confirmed so far:

Hylu & Jago
DJ Snuff
Ed West
Decks Ray Spex
powered by Unit 137 Sound System

Several more announcements to come… Watch this space…

This is a FAMILY FRIENDLY event, please bring your children, make the scene nice.

There will be food and drink on sale. Please support our food and bar, as that’s how we’re backing this event.

All the artists are playing for free. It’s a family affair, a community happening. LOVE, every time.

Some HEAT this time round please Missa British Wedda. All prayers for sunshine appreciated and no doubt noted.