We are bringing everyone’s favourite small festival to London’s South Bank, for a very special one-off party. Expect live music, workshops, festival antics and incredible street food offerings from award-winning restaurant Carousel London.
19th May – 3pm-12am
Oasis Farm Waterloo – 18Carlisle Lane, SE1 7LG London, United Kingdom
This is a fundraiser to support the amazing work that Jamie’s Farm does to support young people. You will be helping to create life changing experiences and spaces – such as this incredible new city farm in the heart of the city.
And we have invited some of our all time favourite Cock & Bull Festival acts:
Get ready to dance! Soukous kings Kasai Masai bring their infectious Congolese beats to the party. They have played at every C&B and get better and better.
Pete The Temp
Loop station artist, street performer, activist and spoken word artist. Quite simply our favourite festival soul.
‘With fire in his belly, expert performance skills and a keen sense of mischief, he’s poetry’s answer to Mark Thomas.’ (Chortle)
Creative workshops encouraging the exploration of sound, noise and music.
“The School of Noise is one of those ideas that you just KNOW is right: bringing back a sense of wonder & accessibility to music-making. Music is organised noise & organising noise is fun! – Jarvis Cocker
We have partnered with award-winning restaurant Carousel to provide a range of mouth watering street food stalls for you to buy food from. They have created a real buzz with their dining experiences and roster of incredible chefs, we are very lucky to have them supporting Jamie’s Farm.
‘Some of the greatest cooking I’ve tasted this year’ Grace Dent, Evening Standard.
Oasis Farm Waterloo
Working alongside the charity Oasis, Jamie’s Farm has transformed a former wasteland on Royal street and Carlisle Lane into a thriving and productive half an acre, with the help of young people who have visited our countryside farms and others from the local community.
The farm features a sow and piglets from our Bath farm, lambs, chickens and guinea pigs. Retired potato crates grow kilos of fruit and veg from aubergines to tayberries, and an aquaponics system uses tilapia fish to grow salad leaves and educate visitors. We have an enormous timber framed barn, available to hire for events, and a serene walled garden for more reflective discussions.
Jamie’s Farm is a youth charity, based in Box, Wiltshire. Since 2005 the charity has impacted 4,700 disadvantaged young people who visit one of their farms for a week long visit that combines ‘Farming, Family and Therapy.’ Their carefully crafted programme mixes practical jobs around the farm with therapeutic support to help vulnerable young people to re-engage with their education to see their futures in a new light.
Early bird tickets are just £15 and kids under 5 go for free! Get your tickets here