West Ealing Soundbite Returns

Free community festival in Dean Gardens 


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Dean Gardens sees the return of the West Ealing SoundBite Festival, a free food and music festival for all the family celebrating the rich diversity of the area on Saturday 8 September.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Follow the yellow brick road to the Soundbite festival to experience the magical story of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz performed by Ealing’s own theatre group A Wonderful Adventure.

A tornado leaves Dorothy and her dog Toto in an enchanted land, inhabited by witches, munchkins, and flying monkeys, but they need to find their way back home to Ealing.

She is sent on a wonderful adventure down the yellow brick road where she meets the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the cowardly Lion to find the Wizard of Oz with the power to make all of their dreams come true.   Come and join the wonderful adventure at 2pm and 4pm followed by a fun activity for children to participate.


This year’s live music starts at 1pm with Stephen Gray, Joe Card at 2pm, Luge at 3pm, Jump 66 at 4pm and closes with the powerful voice of Winnie and the Rockettes at 5pm.   Westside Radio DJs will provide music between the acts.

Find out more here

Children’s Activities

Donkey rides, face-painting, games, circus skills, Crazy Bikes and children’s cookery are just some of the activities on offer for younger children along with a climbing wall and football skills for older children and teenagers.


On the food front, The Forester pub bring their popular BBQ food, Waffle Stick put their spin on the Belgian classic and Tom’s ice cream van is ready and waiting.

Community stalls

Live West Ealing’ is a programme of improvements funded by Transport for London (TfL) and Ealing Council which aims to make streets safer, greener and more attractive by reducing levels of traffic and encouraging more walking, cycling and public transport use.  Make a point of visiting their stall to find out more about their plans and give them your views.

Alongside this are some of West Ealing’s most active community groups.  Aspire Academy have information on their tuition for 6-18 year olds; Ealing Soup Kitchen on their work for those needing a helping hand; the Welshore Hub with its range of activities for local residents such as legal advice, personal health and sewing club and you can relax after this by visiting the West London Massage stall.

Full details can be found at www.soundbitefestival.org/community

August 28th 2018

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