Issue 45. Up Your Street

                             

                                        Autumn Upon Us

Fri 1st Nov free 4-9pm Light Nights (Sat and Sunday too) The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

                “As the nights start to draw in earlier, come along to explore the north of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in all its illuminated glory. A stunning celebration of light, based on the theme of Diwali, with soundscapes and light installations, as well as walkabout entertainment, food, drinks, and music.”004

Sat 2nd Nov free noon-2pm armchair exercise at Lea Bridge Library Community Room E10. Phone in advance except the library is shut on Fridays. Bring a bottle of water and wear comfy clothes.

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                         £5 cheapest. (Book in advance at www.wegottickets.com ). 7pm for 7.30pm

11th year of

A Season Of Bangla Drama

First night. Brady Arts Centre, Hanbury Street, Whitechapel E1. “The Consequence”, a play for adults.

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                        free 11am – 1pm   Artist Talk: Jem Finer’s “Spiegelei Junior ”             Meet at Timber Lodge,  no booking required

“Departing from the Timber Lodge at 11am, Martin Newth – artist, lecturer and Programme Director of BA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art, will be leading a walking and talking tour with Jem Finer   about his work Spiegelei    Junior, installed in the newly reopened Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The interactive talk will be centred on looking; most of Jem Finer’s work is focused on     inviting the viewer to look at landscapes in a new way, through means of several different apparatus’ such as the camera obscura. The talk will shed light on both the history and contemporary uses of the devices, as well as on questions that are raised through examples of Jem Finer’s previous projects, putting the sculptures in the Park into context. A great chance to  see the Park from a different perspective.”

The main entrance to the Park is just off Waterden Road and Westfield Avenue and then it is a 5minute walk to Timber Lodge across the Park. The Following map provides details of the route http://queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk/park-guide/information/park-map . The 588 bus runs from Stratford City to the Park entrance.

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Wed 6th Nov free  10-noon. Lloyd Park Sharing Heritage. Pigeon dovecotes or animation techniques. There is a planned programme of events. Plus cake and tea! Contact Ellie Mortimer at Lloyd Park to see if there’s room for any more participants.

Thurs 7th Nov free 10-noon Creative writing at Deep Clean Launderette in Beulah Road, E17. Fun and reminiscences. info@creativewrites.co.uk

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                             free 6-8.00pm Rich Mix Bethnal Green. E1. Opening Preview

NATURAL FLUX

The Brick Lane Gallery is proud to present NATURAL FLUX, a unique exploration of nature as contemporary art, through the medium of bonsai. This exhibition will liberate the often generalised ideas of Bonsai trees as a traditional practice, by placing the trees within an exhibition context, alongside contemporary media of art in one of London’s most well-known contemporary art spaces, The Brick Lane Gallery.

NATURAL FLUX is the continuation of an idea which dates back over 150 years in Japanese bonsai.

                                             free   Rich  Mix  E1.6-8pm  Gina Southgate “PRINTED PAINTED PLAYED “
Gina  paints  huge canvases of musicians at live gigs.
“It’s a collaborative exhibition of my Live Gig paintings  and ephemera  with supporting photographs from Andy Sheppard of lowlightphoto.
contributions  from Paul Bradshaw and Swifty, covers from Treader Label and Ashley Wales’s posters and films.

Fri 8th Nov  £25   A three day writing workshop (no experience required) at The     William Morris Gallery.     Details and application by submitting a 500 word plea at

thedrawingshed@gmail.com

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