• Hello everyone I am looking for a nice, and reasonable, venue for a Sunday Roast in a fortnights time. Is there anywhere that comes well recommended please?
  • IndianRaga Festival 2021 is a celebration of music and dance and a delightful experience for cultural aficionados. You can find all information and book a tickets on the website: https://indianraga.com/london/
  • For all vintage fashion lovers - over 60 of the very best dealers in vintage and antique fashion, textiles and accessories. Tickets booking via eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/frock-me-vintage-fashion-fair-tickets-146335153383?keep_tld=1
  • Really worth to see! 'Museum of the Moon is a touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram. Measuring seven metres in diameter, the moon features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface. At an approximate scale of 1:500,000, each centimetre of the internally lit spherical sculpture represents 5km of the moon’s surface. The Museum of the Moon will be presented both indoors and outdoors during the Festival, so altering the experience and interpretation of the artwork. As it travels from place to place, it gathers new musical compositions and an ongoing collection of personal responses, stories and mythologies, as well as highlighting the latest moon science.' You can find out more on the website: https://www.kcfestival.co.uk/programme/museum-of-the-moon-by-luke-jerram
  • All Points East Festival has become one of London's premier music festivals, each year bringing a rock, indie and alternative lineup to the capital's Victoria Park for a run of events. 2021 will see the festival return but in a slimmed down format as it takes over the east London park on the August bank holiday weekend. Jamie xx and Kano, Foals and Bombay Bicycle Club, and London Grammar and Jorja Smith have been confirmed as the three sets of headliners for this summer's edition. Definitely not-to be missed event! ;) https://www.allpointseastfestival.com/
  • The St Luke’s Mutual Aid Food Bank Club aims to help the local community who are finding current circumstances challenging. Access to fresh fruit and vegetables are key to stay healthy. By taking care of yourself, you can better take care of others. Many have been negatively affected by COVID-19, so your community have put efforts together to help you. Whether you have lost work, or are struggling to make ends meet, we are here for you. Join the club, stay healthy, and let's get through this together! St Luke’s Church and Mutual Aid have teamed together to provide Club members of the food bank, with access to healthy fresh fruits and vegetables through the winter season for an optional donation of £5.00 a visit. St Luke's Food Bank Club will take place every Tuesday from 12:00 - 14:00 at the Vestry at the back of the Church. For further information, and to register www.mutualaidkc.com/foodbank-club or email kcma.referrals@gmail.com We are aware that people don’t always need a fully subsidised shop and so if you are in a position to give an optional donation of £5.00. If you are unable to make an optional donation, please send an email to kcma.referrals@gmail.com and we will be happy to work with you.
  • Clap for Carers is set to return on Thursday night as the nation enters a third national lockdown. Annemarie Plas, the woman behind the Clap for Our Carers initiative has confirmed it will return at 8pm this Thursday. Although rather than just focusing on carers the message will be widened to Clap for Heroes to acknowledge everyone who has played their part through the pandemic, not just health workers.
  • Exploring its origins, adaptations and reinventions over 157 years, this immersive and theatrical show charts the evolution of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland from manuscript to a global phenomenon beloved by all ages. For more details and to book tickets, click here: https://www.vam.ac.uk/exhibitions/alice-curiouser-and-curiouser
  • Sing along with the radio! Join us on your doorsteps across the nation this Christmas to sing carols together and spread some much-needed cheer! Carols on the Doorstep started in Shropshire but is spreading far and wide as more local radio stations come on board. We have BBC London supporting the initative. Why not become a street co-ordinator and help us bring it to your roads and neighbourhoods? Similar to the Clap for Carers idea, I want to see roads, streets, neighbourhoods coming out of their front doors to sing some Christmas Cheer. Will you join in the fun?
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