Up Your Street Issue 1 2015

 Up Your Street  Issue 1 2015
Mon    5th Jan      £2 per session 1-3pm Open Art comprising beading, painting and drawing
                             at Centre for Better Health
                                 1a Darnley Rd Hackney 

Wed    7th Jan     free      "Stories of El Salvador" film and exhibition at Rich Mix E1(ongoing)

Sat      10th Jan   free 10.30-12.30 Book at Eventbrite for a 20 minute session. Taster session of Reflexology
Hale End Library E4

free Hackney Museum Last week of exhibition about the retired nurses

from the Caribbean.

                                                        The Museum is shut on Sundays and Mondays.


Mon     12th Jan £25 for 10 weeks/ Pay in advance .10-12noon Ceramics for beginners course.
                                       Centre For Better Health (see address above)

Wed    14th Jan free 7.30-9.30pm Union Chapel Highbury N1 Bach  interludes. Book at Eventbrite
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Thur     15th Jan free 6-9pm BowArts by Bow Church.Private View.no need to book.

Mary Barnes: Boo-Bah




Issue 1. Up Your Street. 2014

 

A rotten year gone
Prune back for new growth
Forward with all pistons
Into the fray. Stay true
In love and solidarity                Roger HuddleIMAG00648
 
 
 
 
 

 

 Wed 8th Jan £5     7.30pm Stratford East Singers show  with Byron Gold at Stratford Theatre Royal E.15

Thurs 9th Jan  £2.50 for Silver Screeners (Join on spot for free!) 1pm Hackney Picturehouse “Don’t Look Now” (1973). Cuppa tea too.

                                free  6-8.30pm  E17 Community Kitchen at Waltham Forest College              Forest Rd E17. Just bring yourself.

                                   free 7pm Rich Mix Bethnal Green E1 “Changing Spaces” preview of Jonathan O’Dea’s art.”Using recycled building  materials and found objects from  parks I created a  number of wall-mounted sculptures that explore regeneration and the  natural and industrial history of the area. (Lee Valley area)

Sat 11th Jan   10-11am  The Mill E17 Khyal arts – Indian Singing Classes

In these classes we sing in styles from North India,Pakistan and Bangladesh. We are open to all, regardless of ethnic or religious background. We are a mutually supportive class. Beginners are welcome, no previous musical experience needed.Info: khyal.arts@gmail.com

                              free 11-4pm                 Kim Dennis, who curated the photography show at The Mill E17 , is making a call out for budding photographers to participate in her workshop . Kim will give a preliminary talk, outlining the basics of street photography, and offer the opportunity of going on to central London after the market. Bring a packed lunch, meet your fellow enthusiasts, then head out to the High Street. So bring cameras – DSLR, film camera, a disposable, or your phone, a travel card if you want to continue in to Central London. Ask questions, wrap up warm and enjoy!2013-05-26 11.45.06                           up_your_street_2[1] (2)

Sat evening free 7 for 7.30pm News From Nowhere Club at the Epicentre West Street E11. A talk about the history of Working Men’s Clubs. Bring food to share please.

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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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Up Your Street issue 5

Up Your Street issue 5

Sat 9th Feb free Forest Recycling Project at Lauriston School, E8 12-3pm. Take your goods along at 11 am.

free noon-5pm  Launch of communities coming together at Elise Centre (old CLR Library at Dalston Junction)  Whole programme of events and activities: Stalls, Hackney Stream Radio, advice, African drumming.

Sun 10th Feb free 1.30-4.30pm Rich Mix E1 “From Bengal to Bethnal Green”.  Music, refreshments, discussions, family activities and fun. Grand Union Orchestra hosting.

Chinese New Year 2013. Year of The Snakesnake

    free 10-3pm Farmers Market at Station Road, Chingford E4

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Tues 12th Feb  Shrove Tuesday

Wed 13th Feb   £2.50  Stratford east PictureHouse London On Screen event 6pm.”Bronco Buffalo”. described as “Mod Poetry” and depicting Stratford east London in the 1970s.

£6 Bishopsgate Institute screening of “Under The Cranes”. a film accompanied by Michael Rosen’s poetry.

Thurs 14th Feb £5  11-5pm Valentine’s Mansion Ilford. Family activities around Valentine’s Day.

£2.50 1.30-4.30pm Valentine’s Tea-Dance just for seniors. Old Stratford Town Hall. E15. Raffle, tea and cake  included and jolly good company.

Fri 15th Feb free 2-4pm Hackney Archives, 24 Dalston Lane E8 Patrick Vernon. Info and booking:- enisuoha@tssa.org.uk This is a generous workshop using the finding of your own heritage as being the history of Hackney. It will be great.

Sat 16th Feb free 10-noon Mary Katherine Presents at www.streetliferadio.com. This is Mary Katherine’s regular Saturday magazine radio show where she lifts you up to good living using golden oldies, silver sounds and interviews with her guests. Listen for the tinkling of bells.

free Body Shop Launch in E17 TBC

free 11-1pm “Love Food, Hate Waste” workshop and become a Food Champion by attending! Volunteer Centre Hackney 5 Tyssen Street E8: Book in advance at info@vchackney.org

Mon 18th Feb free Poetry at Freeword, 60 Farrington Rd EC1 celebrating the launch of poetry by Laabi. Eventbrite have places via the Poetry Tranlastion Centre.

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Tickets for The One Taste Choir and other artists at St John At Hackney , Mare Street on March 2nd are for sale at www.wegottickets.com. They’re £10 or £20 for a bubbly VIP seat! This is a Sound:Check production for Music for Childhope charity.

Hackney Stream is a great place/internet radio to keep up to date with projects for seniors in Hackney. Use a search engine to get into the site then you are helped to navigate and enjoy.

Beydagi Food Centre 221 Lea Bridge Road E10. (formerly Koza). Excellent service, very popular, great veg. and fruit, meat and cheeses. Free on road parking outside; (almost a rarity). Up the road a bit towards Markhouse Rd is Dennis Chippy. Again great service and gorgeous cod on a china plate.

Next week Hackney Central Library reading groups provide some great community getting together via books.

It will be time for the Community Breakfast at The Mill.

BOOK now for a 5 week art course at £10 the course  with a different concessions fee at The Centre For Better Health 1a Darnley Rd Hackney. Email admin@ centreforbetterhealth.org.uk

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