Up Your Street issue 40

     icing cakes at 60+                             

Sat Oct 8th  free
( until Nov 2nd) Open The Gate, Stoke Newington Rd. Vannoni’s
15 year journey
in Africa photographing “ Mother Africa”.

                   free 12-5pm (to 5th
Nov) Christopher Crescent Gallery 21 Tudor Grove, E9

Olympian
Art Trust‘s exhibition of Bishop and Shaw-Town’s work.

                   free  2-6pm
Brady Arts Centre, 192 Hanbury St (by Whitechapel tube E1)
“Power Games” a tribute to the Black Power
Salute.

Stalls,
films, fashion, workshops. (7-10pm  for
£5 extra films, music .)

Sun Oct 9th   free
12-6pm Candid Arts Trust,
3 Torrens Place  EC1 (by Angel Islington)
Exhibition of graphics, photography, print
(Thanks to Zeb for that info)

Mon Oct 10th
free
       6-7pm Homerton Library.
Ghanaian music and dance with Abass Dodoo

                         free        St Joseph’s Hospice, Mare Street in Hackney “Care
Week”

Thurs Oct 13th free
5.30-7pm Stamford Hill Library.” S. African
Township songs”. Refreshments

 Fri      Oct 14th      £7    (half
money goes to Haven Hospice for Children)
7.30pm @

South
Woodford  Baptist Church, George Lane E18
(Central Line tube)  “Aida”

as in
modern day Egypt! (Repeat performance in Nov
in E11. Details in issue 41)

Sun   Oct 16th  free          1.30-4.30pm                                      “Draw Big Stokey”

Abney Park
Cemetery, N16 Tomb drawing, rubbing, techno-art .                                              

 

 

Mon Oct  17th £2 1.30-4.30pmTea Dance Stratford Old Town Hall E15

Tues Oct 18th
free
  6.30-7.30pm Stoke Newington
Library N16  Poetry Appreciation
discussing “Ten New Poets”
poems about  multi-cultural Britain.

free 8pm  Reading group @ The Mill Coppermill Lane E17 “Kingdom Come” by J G Ballard.

 Wed Oct 19th free    1-5pm
Weds to Sundays until Xmas. Bruce Castle Museum Lordship Lane N17

“Forgotten”. Positive images of youth by
Bandele

                         free
Original Gallery Hornsey Library,
N8 until 29th Oct. Arts exhibition
“I Am Thenublack”

                         fiver
6.30-9pm Centerprise Bookshop, 136 Kingsland Rd E8

Evening
of guests, the work of CLR James,
African British politics, music and poetry

Thurs Oct
20th free
   6-7.45pm Hackney Central Library.Time with
Poet John Prince. Refreshments.