#Festivalcast: Meet Abs Tripp

In this episode Artistic Director of the Waterloo Festival, Euchar Gravina speaks to artist Abs Tripp about her involvement in the festival, her local connection and some of the upcoming events including ‘Heartwood’ and ‘To Sing Again’.

Festivalcast, the Waterloo Festival's podcast series, is brought to you by Morley Radio.

This podcast is brought to you in collaboration with Morley Radio (at Morley College).


Morley College London is the capital’s largest adult educator, with campuses on both sides of the Thames. Our Waterloo Centre is founded on over 130 years of history of transforming the lives of Londoners through education. We deliver a vast range of specialist short courses in the arts, social sciences and more, as well as courses that lead to qualifications including some at degree-level. We are proud too of our contribution to the cultural fabric of the area through our extensive range of lectures, concerts, workshops, and exhibitions. The Centre has recently benefited from major works improving accessibility to our foyer and student support services; the current phase of works will culminate in the summer with the reopening of the Morley Gallery after more than year of refurbishments. More information at: http://morleycollege.ac.uk/