Issue 3. Up Your Street

Up Your Street.         Issue 3

Tues 19th  Jan free 6.45-9pm “Sapphire” (1959) screening at  Chapel Cinema in Bethnal Green
                        Old Ford Road from the station at Bethnal green or the 254 bus stop from Hackney then walk  a couple of blocks up to St Margaret’s.
                         free 3-5pm Open School East in De Beauvoir, posher Hackney at the old Rose Lipman building. Called “Hackney Stream” this is a seniors’ group for radio programme making and other digital joys, visits, monthly tea dances, etc.
Wed 20th   Jan £4 POSH Club Stoke Newington noon -3pm for a nice filling tea and cabaret. Been yet? Book ahead on 07938985644 with a lady called H.
Thurs 21st Jan free 10.15-11.15 am Coffee and cake reading group club at Hackney Central Library.A very informal group for men and women and we’ll discuss Harper Lee’s other book. Lydia hosts.
                           free      11-5pm Open School East and an introduction to a new art project about suffragettes, feminism, and community activism techniques with artist Prender. Workshops follow. Email OSE for a place
Fri 22nd     Jan free Look out for @50WalthamForest celebrational textile art from Sba Shaikh at Leyton Library.
Eastside Community Heritage is looking for Jewish stories of migration to Essex and East London at 326 High Road Ilford.
Feb 1-29 Stratford Picture House exhibition of paintings by Gillian Lawrence recording the EU Refugee Crisis 2015 with flat50arts
Feb 2-29 Hackney Central Library exhibition of paintings by Gillian Lawrence entitled “At the Swim” depicting swimmers with disabilities, mature women and others in the changing rooms.
A framed art work I bought with a lottery win

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