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What's On in Camden, week beginning 9th April 2017

During the Easter school holidays, there are lots of things for children to do (most of them for free) at Camden Libraries, in Camley Gardens Natural Park, on Maiden Lane Estate and at Camden Lock. After Easter, classes start again. There is ESOL, IT, Digital camera use and lots more.

Package by: Catherine Carroll, Freddy Chick, Ikaba Koyi, Johanna Lynch, Lacky Ahmed , Marian Larragy and Violet MacDonald

# 2017-04-08 by CCRadio | Everything | What's On in Camden

What's On In Camden -- 19 March 2017

This week there’s news of Camden’s ever-increasing house prices; a chance to go see an exhibition by Danish artist Joachim Koester at the Camden Arts Centre; or why not visit the world-famous Acol Bridge Club on West End Lane?

Package by: Jo, Viola, Ikaba, Freddy

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What's On In Camden -- 5 March 2017

This week is International Women’s Day. There are events to celebrate taking place across Camden and the rest of London.

Package by: Viola, Violet Macdonald, Catherine Ann Carroll, Julia Gaulon, Joseph Hughes, Freddy Chick

# 2017-03-05 by camden | Everything | What's On in Camden

Spiritual healing, a way of life: firing up our self-healing powers

Ade Durojaiye talks about an event on Spiritual healing organised by The Servers Society, in connection with Women & Health, Camden.
The Servers Society is a school of thought founded in Athens, Greece in 1980. Its teachings focus on the well-being, harmony and balance that people have the potential to achieve in everyday life.
The president of the Servers Society, Mr Andrés Dritsas, will be giving a speech on “Spiritual healing, a way of life: firing up our self- healing powers”.
This event is Free from 3 -5 March, at Women and Heath, Camden.

Package by: Lacky Ahmed

# 2017-02-26 by camden | Everything | What's On in Camden

Whats On in Camden, week beginning 19th February 2017

‘Loudest Whispers’, the Camden LGBT history month exhibition, is at St Pancras Hospital, Irish LGBT lives are the focus at Gay’s The Word Bookshop on Monday, community safety the theme at Out4Coffee at 42 Beans Cafe on Wednesday at 11am while its “No Fats, No Blacks, No Fems’ is at 184 Royal College Street on Thursday. There is lot and lots more – see the Camden LBGT Forum brochure.
Also this week, Acting Gymnaseum are at Theatro Technis until 26th February, with four great plays – Romeo & Juliet, Lady Windermere’s Fan, Platonov and Three Sisters.
Theatro Technis is sixty years old and os extending into a planned new development on Crowndale Road.
Somers Town and St Pancras Area Action Group Wednesday 22nd at the Community Hall, 82 Godwin Court, Crowndale Road.

Package: Marian Larragy

# 2017-02-18 by CCRadio | Feed icon Comments (0) | Everything | What's On in Camden