Ealing's streets come to life with the Summer Fringe

Dates for your diary from July 9th - August 14th

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Ealing's streets will come to life with music, dance, food and South Asian arts as part of this year's Ealing Summer Festival.


From country music to continental shopping, the Ealing Summer Fringe takes the entertainment beyond the boundaries of the main festival and into the pubs, shops and open spaces of Ealing.




Look out for a series of performances in the Ealing Broadway Centre Square, every weekend throughout the festival period.


09/10 July - Classical Music

16/17 July - Country & Bluegrass

23/24 July - Summer Salsa

30/31 July - Jazz and Blues

6/7 August - Blues and Swing

13/14 August - South Asian arts


The French Gourmet Market

Ealing Green, W5

9am - 9pm

29 - 31 July

Enjoy the unique experience of French market shopping - a gastronomic paradise of tastes, smells, sights and sounds. Genuine French regional producers sell wines, cheeses, breads, pastries, smoked meats and much more, as a little piece of the Continent comes to Ealing.


The Jazz Fringe

at The Drayton Court, The Avenue, West Ealing W13 8PH

Look out for a series of gigs at The Drayton Court in West Ealing to get you in the festival mood. Sponsored by Fullers.



Sunday 3 July 3pm - 6pm

Jon ‘T-Bone’ Taylor’s Bop Brothers featuring Earl Green

An afternoon of blues with jazz and soul.


Sunday 17 July 3pm - 6pm

The Guv’nors & Keith Waithe

Anything can happen as Blues favourites The Guv’nors join forces with brilliant jazz flautist Keith Waithe. Expect a sonic collision of funk, jazz, blues and world grooves.


Monday 25 July 8pm - 11pm

‘Back to the Roots’ with Jazz Junction and special guests.

A nostalgic reminder of how Ealing’s pubs gave birth to the jazz festival over twenty years ago.


For general information please call 020 8825 6640 or log on to www.ealing.gov.uk/ealingsummer


June 27th 2005