Issue 18. Up Your Street

                                                                                                         

                                                        

Fri 23rd Nov £5 6.45pm play “Londonee” at “A Season of Bangla Drama” in Brady Arts Centre     http://www.dramabangla.wordpress.com

 Sat 24th Nov free noon onwards.The Mill E17 Christmas Fair.

                           free 10.30-4pm Give and take sale with Forest Recycling Project at Mission Grove School, Buxton Rd E17 off Walthamstow Market.

Sun 25th Nov. free  11-1.30pm The Mill E17 Community breakfast with guest speaker Mary Katherine of Streelife Radio in Waltham Forest

free 11am Leyton Library High Rd E10. Leyton Gallery art  exhibition “Winter”

Mon 26th Nov £4  1pm Greenwich PictureHouse reminiscence Screening “Miracle on 34th Street” (1947).  96 mins long.Turn up or book on 0871 902 5732

Tues 27th Nov free 7-9pm  Meet photographer Duncan Holmes at The Mill E17

Thurs 29th Nov free                                 Tottenham Music Festival begins

free 7pm Hackney Historic Buildings hosts at the Round Chapel E5 Big Bold Brass Ensemble. Fabulous venue, great music and a warm welcome.

Fri 30th Nov free 10-2pm until Dec 2nd .”In and Out of Form ” exhibition at Darnley Gallery E9

Sat 1st Dec free 10-6pm. Glebe Road Studios 18 Glebe Rd E8.Ceramics to see and buy.

free 3-5pm “Drawing The Culture” award ceremony Tokarska Gallery Forest Rd E17

                      £5  8pm Camden Rock, 18 Kentish Town Road N1 (by Camden Tube Station).   John Arthur, The Walthamstow Bard, sings and plays guitar.

Sun 2nd Dec free 1-5pm Bruce Museum N17 Folk music.

11-5pm Glebe Road Studios 18 Glebe Rd E8 beautiful and functional ceramics to see and buy.

£3.50 ish      2-5pm Tea dance at Finsbury Town Hall Islington. Grand, friendly, eats and tea, demos, teaching. Dress up , up to you.

Wed 5th Dec free. 6.30pm Commonwealth Carol Concert at St Martins in the Field (tickets via Eventbrite)

Thurs 6th Dec free 6-9pm Salon 111 private opening party night. Phone Forman’s gallery in Fish Island for an invitation.

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Asda supports BBC Children In Need and in the advertising booklets on Asda’a counters there are money off coupons for eggs and butter.(Sounds like World War 2 rations!)

There are free weekend places available with the Legacy of the  Olympic Park bus tours. email mailer@springmail.co.uk

What’s to do? Up Your Street bulletin

Booking required now , or expression of interest
 The People’s Museum 306 High St E15 just by Stratford Station. 4 events
Mon 10th September, 2pm – Talk about living in the East End.
Mon 17th September, 6.30pm – Neil Fraser (Author, “Over the Border”).
Mon 1st October, 4pm – Talk about the Coloured Men’s Institute & Kamal Chunchie.
Wed 17th October, 6.30pm – Regeneration Debate.
All free Email claire@ech.org.uk
There is a nice cooking course re healthy living (Be interesting with the soaring cost of veg and fruit. Ah, sugar rules again)
5 weeks free in Hackney (Manor Gardens)  starting Wed 12th Sept 2pm -5pm Email siobhan@manorgardenscentre.org
£2.50 per session (I negotiated for this half price for OAPs!) HedgeHerbs 5 weeks  at 2 .30pm at The Mill E17 on Saturdays from 22nd Sept. Email hedgeherbs@gmail.com
 Radio course concentrating on healthy living for seniors on Tuesdays at 10.30 to 1.30pm free for 10 weeks starting Sept 25th. Waltham Forest College. Email who you are and why you want to join the course to info@ageukwalthamforest.org.uk
 Rosetta Arts and Birkbeck Uni art appreciation course.Free Prof.Lesley Topp. 6th Sept. 11am initial talk. Email to express interest
 East End Family History Society’s walk on Oct 7th meeting at Liverpool Street Station (exit 2 at 10am). Free. “Churches of Shoreditch”. Book with the society.
and same day last chance. Free. 4pm an art installation and drama at Poplar Business Centre E14 by Dennis Mcnulty. Book through Eventbrite