Up Your Street. Issue 11

Tues 26th Mar   free 8pm Hackney Harmony singing show at Hackney City Farm. Donations to MERU charity. Bring food and refreshments to share.

                                free 6pm screening of “The Goddess”  then 8.30pm “Company Limited” at Wilton’s Music Hall, Celebrating the 42nd year of Bangladesh Independence.

Wed 27th Mar    free 6pm “The Goddess” and then at 8.30pm.”Two Daughters”  Wilton’s Music Hall by Cable Street E1.

Fri 29th Mar      free 3.15 for 4 pm. Bach’s “The People’s Passion” Union Chapel, Highbury.

Sat 30th Mar      free 10-5pm Geffrye Museum walled garden opens again. Beautiful.

                                 free 8pm Bonfire and fireworks Easter-eve vigil. St John At Hackney, Mare Street Hackney.

Sun 31st Mar       free 12noon -12 midnight. Open The Gate at The African Market i e stalls, family events and interests etc. until 7pm and then £7 in advance a  live gig, including Reggae, for Gambia. Happening at  The Rich Mix, Bethnal Green.

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APRIL Looking forward to Holding Time dance and the Huguenot Festival. Geffrye Museum Kingsland Rd Almshouse tours coming up free and £2.50. and Reminiscence Screenings at Hackney PictureHouse and the Ritzy for £2.50 and £1. See issue 12 of Up Your Street soon.

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Summer Issue No.1 of Up Your Street listings

Sunday July 8th free 12-4pm Vestry House Museum E17 garden party.

        All week “Soft” textiles exhibition at The Mill Coppermill Lane E17                            featuring    RAGWORKS
Tues July  10th £2.50 (recent price slash!) 12.40pm onwards.Silver Screen
                                        at Hackney PictureHouse feature films ;
                                 This week “Spiderman” etc. (repeats Thursdays).Tea and biscuits.
                         £2.50  noon onwards, Silver Screen at Stratford PictureHouse E15
                                 Feature films “Spiderman” etc .Tea and biscuits. (repeats Wednesdays).
                         free  1.30-3.30pm  with Capital Age Festival. Tate Modern
                                       workshop for seniors. Enquire/phone Tate Gallery.
Wed July 11th  free 2.30pm Rio Cinema Dalston. Start queuing at 1.30pm ! for
                          “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” with Judi Dench and Maggie Smith.
                                             Over 60s free and carers too. Cake and tea.
                         free 9.30-3pm One off sewing class at Priory Court Community Centre E17
Thurs July 12th free 7pm Whitechapel Gallery E1 “East End Abstract” photography
                                                              responses to the environment .
Fri July13th  free 6.30-8pm David Bailey in conversation with Tim Marlow
                          at Theatre Royal Stratford east (TRSE) Book through Eventbrite
                                                                             www.eventbrite.com
                      free Green Candle dance workshops x 2 for seniors at Oxford House
                                           Bethnal Green  and a performance at 4pm.Phone 02077397722
Sat  July 14th free  walks and art installations in Hoxton with the Black Cab Theatre Company
                                                         1, 2.30 and 4pm book with info@peeruk.org (their photos)peerukRadha at Hoxton
                       free   7.30pm Epicentre E11 News From Nowhere talk “Ruskin’s Legacy” .
                                                                               Please bring a dish to share.
Sun July 15th £1     Walthamstow Reservoirs walk with Radical History Group E17
                          Meet Ferry Inn on Ferry Lane at 2pm.
Tues 17th July free 11-noon Rosetta Arts Centre, Hamilton Rd , Stratford (West Ham station)  Informal introduction to a visual arts awareness course with Birkbeck University.
                       free but in a restaurant 8pm City Farm, Hackney.
                                                      Hackney Harmony Summer performance.
Wed July 18th free 7.30pm Community Choir concert at Walthamstow Assembly Hall  E17 (thanks to Norman M. for the info)
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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.