Check out ‘Cabinets’, an art installation by Laura Bodo Lajber at the Kentish Town Health Centre’s Art Shed.
Lolie Ware’s one woman show, ‘Too Cool to Care’ will be a highlight of the Camden Fringe from 29th July.
Swing by the swing dance masterclass at the Pirate Castle on the 14th, courtesy of The Rhythms of Life Charity or go to Grange Park for the Kilburn Festival, 1pm-7pm on Sunday 14th.
Read by: Freddy Chick, Mainga Bhima, Marian Larragy
Edited by: Freddy Chick & Mainga Bhima
Medical Research Council celebrates 100 Years of work with a Family Fun Day on Saturday 29th June at University College London, Gower Street. There will be lab tours, hands-on activities games and exhibitions. Maiden Lane Community Centre has a BBQ and fun day for local residents on Saturday 29th. Book now to get a place on the Summer Play Scheme at Camden Square Play Centre, Call 020 7485 6827.
Read by: Vicki Battison
Editing: Marian Larragy
The weekend of 15th & 16th has the first ever (Emily) Wilding Festival at St George’s Church, Bloomsbury; Camden events for National Bike Festival all week; British Library seminar on impact of Social Media with Professors Helen Margetts and David Gauntlett; Open City Docs Festival comes ot Euston, Bloomsbury Theatre and University College. There is advance warning of the rooftop Bar-B-Q at Maiden Lane Community Centre on Saturday 29th June and news of the Summer Holiday PlayScheme at Camden Square which has breakfast club, extended day and core day for children aged 4 to 12 years of age. APPLY NOW at Maiden Lane Community Centre.
Read by: Freddy Chick, Mainga Bhima & Marian Larragy
Research: Mainga Bhima & Freddy Chick
Editing: Marian Larragy
This week there’s a MacMillan Rock’n’Roll fundraiser at The Enterprise; an adaptation of Aristophanes’ Women in Parliament at th Theatro Technis; a production of Britten’s Noah’s Flood at Union Chapel and the Camden Challenge project is looking for your ideas to improve life in Camden.
Read by: Marian Larragy, DJ Tosh, Lucy Waterhouse, Mainga Bhima, Joseph Hughes and Freddie Chick
Edited by: Mainga Bhima and Lucy Waterhouse
Find out how the Metropolitan Police are planning to use Tasers, meet the new Borough Commander and hear how crime and anti social behaviour are being reduced. Survivor of Institutional abuse in Ireland, Mary Lodato will be talking about the road to recovering her who self, at the Feminist Library on Sunday 19th May; The Festival of Asian Literature comes to a close at Asia House with a conversation between Maya Jaggi and Tan Twan Eng. ‘How Can Art?’ youth sessions are taking place at the Camden Arts Centre .
Read by: Mainga Bhima, Marian Larragy & DJ P.Tosh
Research & Editing: Mainga Bhima