WEDNESDAY: DRUMMING COURSE STARTS AT THE PAXTON CENTRE (and lots, lots more)

It's been a Summer Scorcher of a programme at The Paxton Centre and Autumn is no exception! We are loving the new look exterior especially the local landmark mural which has received great reviews from our local community. What's on at The Paxton Centre Introduction to Pottery Every Monday, 29th October - 10th December This … Continue reading WEDNESDAY: DRUMMING COURSE STARTS AT THE PAXTON CENTRE (and lots, lots more)

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THURSDAY: AN EVENING WITH TWO NATURE WRITERS AT BOOKSELLER CROW

Thursday 20th September 7.30 Alys Fowler and Kate Bradbury in conversation. Cross-genre writing is one of the most exciting arenas currently being explored by writers such as Kate Bradbury and Alys Fowler. Both have written striking emotionally rich memoirs which explore multiple themes through their brilliant stories. Kate Bradbury is an award-winning author and journalist … Continue reading THURSDAY: AN EVENING WITH TWO NATURE WRITERS AT BOOKSELLER CROW

SATURDAY: LONDON MOZART PLAYERS LAUNCH 70th ANNIVERSARY SEASON – STARTS THIS SATURDAY

Vacations, Violins and Virtuozok – our 70th anniversary season launch! As we all kick back for the weekend, here's a little reminder about our 70th anniversary concert series launch at St John the Evangelist, our home in Upper Norwood, next weekend on Saturday 22ndSeptember. We are looking forward to welcoming all our supporters to this stunning church and we … Continue reading SATURDAY: LONDON MOZART PLAYERS LAUNCH 70th ANNIVERSARY SEASON – STARTS THIS SATURDAY

OPEN HOUSE AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM THIS WEEKEND (plus Max Wall movie, an evening with Barry Cryer and TV’s The Professionals revisited)

Max Wall Society September 21st Open House Weekend September 22nd An Evening with Barry Cryer September 22nd Misty Moon September 23rd The Max Wall Society presents; We Think The World of You (1988), Friday 21st September @ 7:30pm The Max Wall Society presents a screening of We Think the World of You, the 1988 film based on the novel by … Continue reading OPEN HOUSE AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM THIS WEEKEND (plus Max Wall movie, an evening with Barry Cryer and TV’s The Professionals revisited)

OCTOBER: AN AUDIENCE WITH AUTHOR CHRISTOPHER BOWDEN AT THE LIBRARY HUB

Lambeth Heritage Festival September 2018: Week Three highlights 16 – 22 Sept

Arts, culture and events Week three of the month-long Lambeth Heritage Festival features 100 years of Black music and 10 years of community film making, music hall stars and social revolution, botany on the Common and tours of some of Lambeth’s most iconic places. Lambeth’s Heritage Festival is bigger than ever this September, with over … Continue reading Lambeth Heritage Festival September 2018: Week Three highlights 16 – 22 Sept

CINEMA MUSEUM EVENTS (not only film screenings but also a charity art auction)

Haunted House of Horror September 16th Misty Moon September 16th Kennington Noir September 19th Lambeth & The NHS September 20th Screening of The Haunted House of Horror (1969), Sunday 16th September @ 6pm Shot in 1968 and released in 1969, The Dark, re-titled The Haunted House Of Horror (UK) and Horror House (US), went on to huge box offices grosses internationally, pre-empted … Continue reading CINEMA MUSEUM EVENTS (not only film screenings but also a charity art auction)

LAMBETH HERITAGE FESTIVAL WEEK TWO HIGHLIGHTS September 9th to September 16th

The second week of Lambeth’s month-long Heritage Festival highlights the country roots, circus and music hall, social housing and multicultural aspects of Lambeth’s history – and much more. Lambeth’s Heritage Festival is bigger than ever this September, with over 90 events. We’ve everything from 200 years of theatre to key sites in the history of … Continue reading LAMBETH HERITAGE FESTIVAL WEEK TWO HIGHLIGHTS September 9th to September 16th

SEPTEMBER AT THE BOOKSELLER CROW

It's an Indian summer here at the Crow and we keep the sultry evening vibe with an us versus them crime night followed by a drowsy sunset of an evening of memoirs that feature wild life and water. Thursday 13th September 7.30pm Join us for an evening of noir from Rod Reynolds and Amer Anwar in conversation … Continue reading SEPTEMBER AT THE BOOKSELLER CROW

DIVORCED, BEHEADED, DIED: AN AUDIENCE WITH KING HENRY VIII AT BRIDGE HOUSE THEATRE PENGE WEST

UPCOMING EVENTS AT BRIDGE HOUSE THEATRE PENGE WEST: SATURDAY 6TH OCTOBER - 3:30PM & 7:30PM - DIVORCED, BEHEADED, DIED: AN AUDIENCE WITH KING HENRY THE VIII The year is 1544 and King Henry, the Eighth of that name, is engaged upon Royal Progress about his Realm; and has halted here to afford his Loyal Subjects … Continue reading DIVORCED, BEHEADED, DIED: AN AUDIENCE WITH KING HENRY VIII AT BRIDGE HOUSE THEATRE PENGE WEST