HF ArtsFest Continues till June 14

Thursday's events music, tours, cartoons and exhibitions

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Hammersmith and Fulham's own arts festival, HF ArtsFest is now in full swing and continues throughout this week.

On Thursday, highlights include blues rock band The Family Rain at Bush Hall; a tribute to Edith Cavell at Charing Cross Hospital, The Art of Philip Webb a the William Morris Society, Simon Elinas Cartooning Live in Lyric Square; the Austin Forum presents an environmental sound sculpture, Pascal Colman: Presence (Not Presence) and tours of Blythe House.

There is also an exhibition of architects' and children's ideas for a Hammersmith Flyunder; a free watercolour taster at Fulham Palace; and a Paperbirds art and craft club for kids at Fulham's Whole Foods Market.

Events continuing throughout the ArtsFest include:

Theatre in the Square in Lyric Square
Exhibition of large works by artists Donal Ryan and Marcel Schreur at the Hepsibah Gallery
Exhibition by Swedish abstract colourist Lars Rylander at the Lisa Norris Gallery, New Kings Road
Programme of events at Hammersmith Library
Drop-in arts sessions at The Gate in Richford Street
Photography exhibition by Sam Deards at Fulham Reach Boat Club
Parsons Green walking tours
Masbro Centre Art Experience
Riverside and Ravenscourt walking tours
Hammersmith United Charities exhibition at The Cube, Hammersmith Town Hall
Pop-up exhibition - Commonwealth, Empire and Dominion Troops at Hammersmith Library
Still Waters photography exhibition by Angelika Spranger at Fulham Osteopaths, Fulham Road Exhibition of paintings by Jan Szczepkowski and Sylwester Stabryla, POSK Centre, King Street
Seeing Red, exhibition of paintings by Hazel Soan, The Gallery at Soan Studio, Crookham Road


You can see the full daily programme of events, including the visual arts, literature, music, the performing arts and film on the HF ArtsFest website.

June 10, 2015