Family Barn Dance on Sunday at Cecil Sharp House; Ukulele Cabaret in the Lincoln Lounge in Kings Cross; Kentish Town Pop Up Vintage Market is on Saturday 14th December at The Grafton Pub on Prince of Wales Road and the Monkey; Fourth Monkey Experimental Fringe 2013.
Script by: Sarah O’Brien
Read by: Freddy Chick & Marian Larragy
Edited by: Freddy Chick
Christmas market and concert in the Quad at UCL, Gower Street; XMAS cheer at the Irish Centre in Camden Square; Kenwood House re-opens with Gainsborough paintings and other goodies to see for free; Ska night at the Fiddler’s Elbow on Saturday 7th
Written, Read and Recorded by: Ann Carroll, Freddy Chick & Sarah O’Brien
The Hampstead XMAS Festival is in the High Street on Sunday 12 from noon to 5pm, with music stage from 3pm; Films for children at the Everyman from 10.30 followed by a treasure hunt. Punch and Judy are at Pentamenters Theatre at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Keats House hosts ‘Words of Winter.’ at 2pm- booking recommended, tel 020 7332 3868
Suggs – My Life Story is at The Garrick Theatre. The
Spoken Word Festival continues at the Roundhouse, featuring poetry slams, theatre and more, has cheap tickets for 16 to 25s and ‘The Roundhouse Poets Hit The Streets’ is FREE to listen to online. Photography exhibition, ‘Fractured London’ starts the following week at the Free Space Gallery at Queen’s Crescent GP Practice.
Written, Read and Recorded by:
Sarah O’Brien, Marian Larragy & Freddy Chick
‘Our Glass House’ is a performance based on real life testimony about how people deal with domestic violence, that is set in an actual house loaned by Camden Council, Tel 0844 77 1000; ‘Wasted’ is on at the Last Word Festival of spoken word, story telling and live performance’ at The Roundhouse; London Irish Film Festival runs from 20th-24th and is followed by the Feminist Festival from Sunday 24th. ‘Loudest Whisper’ is soliciting artwork for the open category of its LGBT History Month next February. Submissions close on 1st December. More details, tel 020 7918 8416.
Read by: Marita Hutson, Freddy Chick & Marian Larragy
Editing: Freddy Chick & Marian Larragy
Script: Marian Larragy
Amy’s 30 is on in Camden now. (You can also listen to the interview with the Amy Winehouse Foundation by clicking on the link to the right.) Camden Police are planning a day out with the local community at Kentish Town Police Station;
Housman’s Bookshop hosts the author of ‘Undercover: The true Story of Britain’s secret Police’ about the recently unearthed scandal. Camden Reggae Festival is lining up for 25th September.
Read & Recorded by: Lilly Almond & DJ Rudeboy P. Tosh
Edited by: Marian Larragy