Friday 2 March 2018

The Big Half marathon on Sunday 4th ends in Greenwich with a festival

The Vitality Big Half is intended to be more for Londoners than the London Marathon is: some spaces have been reserved for residents of the boroughs it goes through - Tower Hamlets, Southwark, Lewisham and Greenwich. The Triangle and environs have some runners: Ellie Brown, Tom Webb, and Mike (the Cheese and Meat) Jones, among others.

It starts at 9am by the Tower of London, goes east to Canary Wharf, back to Tower Bridge, across it, and then down river, ending at the Cutty Sark. 

The Vitality Big Festival in Greenwich Park has food from around the world, young music acts from around the capital, 'come and try' sports sessions (including boxing, cricket, and basketball), local community workshops, fitness stalls, a Science Museum roadshow, a maze and ferris wheel. For the full list, see

The race route as it reaches Greenwich
The Big Festival map

The Vitality Big Festival Timetable

Food Demonstration Tent
Time Demonstration
11:00 Workshop: Greenwich Co-operative
12:00 Workshop: The Felix Project
13:00 Workshop: Katakata
14:00 Food experts Q&A

Music: The Big Stage

Time Artist/Group
11:00 Bantu Arts (African drumming)
11:15 Sherika Sherard (singer-songwriter)
11:30 Trinity Laban (dance)
11:50 Joel Grainger (Electro violin)
12:10 St Paul's School (drama)
12:30 Bantu Arts (African drumming)
12:35 Singology (gospel choir)
12:50 C-Harlie (singer-songwriter)
13:20 Academy Street Collective (dance)
13:40 Divided Soul (funk duo)
14:00 Simeon Hammond-Dallas (singer-songwriter)
14:20 Cyreez Lewis (singer-songwriter)
14:40 The Tailormade (band)

Music: The Little Stage
Time Artist/Group
11:00 Singology (gospel choir)
11:30 C-Harlie (singer-songwriter)
12:00 Divided Soul (funk duo)
12:30 Simeon Hammond-Dallas (singer-songwriter)
13:00 Cyreez Lewis (singer-songwriter)
13:30 The Tailormade (band)
14:00 Bantu Arts (African drumming)
14:15 Joel Grainger (electro violin)

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