Up Your Street5 issue 27 and some Sky TV programmes.

Tues  July 19th.  free    2-4pm Bruce Castle Museum
                                “Reminiscence Café” led talk and participation
                            free  5.45pm but book with Hackney Society .
                               at the Hackney Museum. Film “Under The Cranes”
                                                              Michael Rosen attending too .
                        free  7.30pm Hackney Harmony  Summer Concert
                                    at Hackney City Farm (donations to Oxfam)
Wed  July 20th free  1.10-2pm Organ recital St John’s Church
                                                                        Stratford E15
                          free 7.45pm St John’s Church E11 Tony Regan
                                     dj and musician talks about HMV records.
Thurs July 21st £2     7pm for 7.15 Haringey Independent Cinema
                                     West Green Learning Centre, Tottenham
                                        Ken Loach’s“ Land and Freedom“
Sat      July 23rd free  1pm and all day at Stratford Circus
                         “Eastside Matsuri (Japanese Festival) sushi, flower,
                           and drumming workshops, and more.
Sun    July 24th free   (£5 donation) 11-6pm  gargoyle making (stone craft) at
                 Dalston Eastern Curve Garden but book via www.thekindest.org

                  Wear sturdy shoes.

Iceland is doing a good deal on Anchor Butter presently.
    No Ballroom dancing with Malcolm until July 25th.
       Songololo-feet textiles/recycling on Summer break.
Precious Lives jewellery and bead-making classes ended but I will give details soon of classes at The Centre For Better Health, Darnley Rd Hackney.

Programmes worth a look on Sky TV this coming week July 14th onwards 


Thomas Dolby on Vintage TV

“The Fugitive Kind” with Marlon Brando 1960  Tennessee Williams drama TCM

“Moby Dick”   2010 on Movies 24

Etta James  on Sky Arts2

Louisville Chorus on EWTN

The Triangle Factory True Movies 1

Imaginary Man  Ray Davies BBC 4

“Heaven and Hell”  True Movies 2

Gore Vidal’s Billy The Kid True Movies 2

Up Your Street5   an information-sharing service for seniors listing free events and activities in the 5 London 2012 boroughs.


issue 23

                             Up Your Street5  issue 23


Fri 17th June   £5     11-6pm Stone carving and making Gargoyles at

                               Dalston Eastern Curve Garden (opp Dalston Junction).

                               Book in advance at  http://www.thekindest.org

                              ( From Stratford get the train to Dalston Kingsland Rd station

                                                   then a 5 minute walk to the Junction.. easy)

Sat 18th June   free   12-3pm St  Joseph’s Hospice Summer fete. Mare St. Hackney

                            free   12-7pm African Market at Open The Gate  33 Stoke Newington Rd.

Sun 19th June    free    noon-5pm  open house at 19 Princelet St, Spitalfields E1

                                         an ancient Hugeneut weavers’ house.  No need to book.

Mon   20th June. free     6.30-8pm Homerton Library , Homerton High Street. Reading group

                                      “Bury Me Standing” about Gypsy life 1990s .

                               free  cancelled though due to poor weather. 8.15pm High Street Seniors , walking at dusk. Meet at

                                                 the main door of Homerton Library (W15 bus)

Tues    21st June.  cheap.  11-4pm   Downhills Community Café in Downhill’s

                                                  Iranian food, fresh at Lunch Club   (230 bus)  weekly

                                free 2-4pm Bruce Castle Museum . Reminiscence Club;

                                                                    artifact and story- led meeting.

Wed   22nd June. free  1-1.40pm  St John’s Church,Stratford E15.  Piano recital

Thurs  23rd June to Sunday. free ‘Walthamstow Memories’ ten year celebration.

                                    Book and register at  www. walthamstowmemories.net .

                                    Tours, music, Pump House Museum events, historical  films.

Thurs  23rd June free  5.30-7pm Clapton Library “African Roots” a meeting

                          to generate ideas for a major Hackney Museum exhibition.