Up Your Street. Issue 17

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Tues 10th May free   6.30pm for 6.45pm. Chapel Cinema St Margarets Old Ford Road.E2  “The Jazz Singer” (1927). Take your own crisps.

Wed 11th May free 11-1 Tate Britain Soapbox for over 60s discussing art and wotnot. Great chance to appreciate class art hung on a prestigious wall. Cuppa too.

Thurs 12th May free 6.30-7.45 pm.  Workshop for Anti university facilitators at Hackney Museum.

Fri 13th May free last few days at Bow Arts in Bow to see art by residents of Notting Hill called Dolly Mixture. Ends 18th May,
                        This is super heroes day.

Sun 15th May free Some Up Your Street subscribers off to see a lovely concert at The Tower Of London with The Connaught Singers.
                          free noon-6pm Crown Gate at Victoria Park bandstand music and entertainment.

Thurs 19th May and tomorrow. Free Dilston Grove senior art school. Brilliant workshops with Jean Campbell and free lookabouts at major on- site exhibitions,
Phone Bridget Virden, Learning Manager.
+44 (0)20 7237 1230

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Issue 1. 2016. Up Your Street

                               Up Your Street   Issue 1  2016
Tues 5th Jan    £5    1.30-4pm Tea dance at  Leyton Great Hall at Old Leyton Town Hall. You can book at Eventbrite.
                          free 6.45pm Chapel Cinema Bethnal Green (direction : St. Margaret’s in Ford Road) Screening “The Proud Valley”.
Wed  6th Jan     free 10.30-12 Art for all, (monthly sessions) “Introduction to Islamic Art using geometric designs” at North Chingford Library . Hosted by Hassan Vawda and other artists. You can book at Eventbrite.
Sat  9th Jan      free   11-4pm  William Morris Gallery. Using plant dye to colour film. No need to book.                                     free         7.30pm starts with a shared buffet. News from Nowhere Club at Epicentre West Street E11

“Hounds Off!:
The People’s Campaign against Hunting
Speaker: Joe Hashman

Joe joined the Hunt Saboteurs Association in 1982. He worked for the League Against Cruel Sports & since 2006 has remained part of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) Enforcement Team. Integral to many groundbreaking investigations, exposés & prosecutions, he has also defended his anti-hunting beliefs successfully in the European Court of Human Rights & various domestic legal arenas. He is the founder of Hounds Off (www.houndsoff.co.uk ).”

 

Mon 11th Jan    £5 1.30-1.30pm Stratford Old Town Hall. Newham residents go for £3. There’s cake, raffles and live music of course. Be aware for Valentine’s and St George’s Day tea dances all over in February