Up Your Street5 Issue 5

Tues  Feb 1st    free  String Quartet. St Botolph’s without Bishopsgate. 1.05-1.55pm. Just turn up.

Thurs Feb 3rd    £4  7pm . Whitechapel Gallery film “Facade” 45 mins then Q&A. You need to book.

                             free  4-6pm      University of East London,  Stratford campus,

           Water Lane, E15.  Meet Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls. Presentations and talks.

Fri      Feb 4th     free   7pm. St. Paul’s Church, Burges Rd, East Ham. Opera and musical theatre treat. “The Food Of Love”.

Sat     Feb   5th    free       all weekend. Epicentre, Cathall Rd, Leytonstone. Winter Green Festival all about re cycling and the environment.

Green Winterfaith Festival

Transition Leytonstone in partnership with Arts Versa: www.artsversa.co.uk A celebration of food, hospitality, music and poetry for all people, of all faiths and no faith
The Epicentre, West Street, Leytonstone E11
Saturday 5th February 2011 2.30 – 10 pm
Sunday 6th February 2011 3 – 8 pm
This will be our winter seasonal food event, and much more! It will include a feast of food from different cultures, early seed-sowing for spring and summer, as well as poetry, music, story-telling, exhibitions, film, a book launch, stalls… 

Contact rosbedlow@hotmail.com

                               free    10-1pm cake decorating. Beckton Community Centre, Manor Way   E6 ( 2nd of 4 sessions).

                               free      2-5pm  developing Batik printing.  The Well Community Centre, Vicarage Lane . E6 (1st of 4 sessions).

                               free  3-5pm. Waltham Forest College, Forest Rd. E17 “Open Pool”

Sun     Feb   6th   free  2.15-4pm  Walk. meet Lea valley Ice Centre, Lea Bridge Rd, E10.

                              £ 5       11 a.m and 2 p.m . A one hour Limehouse Chinatown heritage walk . Meet at London Museum Docklands. You need to book. Ask the museum.

Advance info:-You need to book now for the free films and talks just for seniors at the  British Film Institute. On February 24th there’s an 11 a.m talk and show of archive material about British shipyards. In April a talk about Duke Ellington.

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