Forest Recycling are giving away free paint this Saturday, there’s live music, theatre, a new art exhibition and next week a charity market at O’Neills. And lots more going on in Leytonstone. Please pass the message on! Until 13 April … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Charity, Crafts, Festivals, Free time, Leytonstone, Market, Theatre
Tagged A Separate Peace, Alison Chaplin, Carne Griffiths, Charity Market, David Mamet, Food and drink, Glengarry Glen Ross, Haven House Children’s Hospice, Joan Greening, O'Neills, Plough and Harrow, Red Lion, Slate Gallery, The Book Club of Little Witterington, The Stone Space, Tom Stoppard, Woodhouse Players
Comics, comedy, community garden, live music, art and theatre and more. Here’s a round up of some of what’s happening in Leytonstone in the next week or so. Please share! Saturday 23 February, 2.30pm-4.30pm Comic Lab at Leytonstone Library Find out … Continue reading
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Tagged 491 Community Garden, cartoons, comedy, Comics, E11 Market, East Side Jazz Club, Leytonstone Library, Luna Lounge, O'Neills, The Birkbeck Tavern, The Heathcote Arms, The North Star, The Plough and Harrow, The Red Lion, The Stone Space, Wake Up And Smell The Flowers, What's Cookin', Woodhouse Players
Run a workshop for Leytonstone Arts Trail Leytonstone Arts Trail is inviting groups or individuals to apply to run workshops as part of this year’s Arts Trail. The deadline is Thursday 28 February 2013. Details are on their website: Leytonstone … Continue reading
Posted in Leytonstone, Free time, Art, Festivals, Theatre
Tagged Woodhouse Players, Transition Leytonstone, The Stone Space, Leytonstone Arts Trail, Leytonstone Festival, E11 Market, Bird boxes, Recycled paint, Forest Recycling project
The Plough and Harrow turns into a music venue this weekend with its Venue Launch Party on Saturday. There’s also live music at The Crown on Saturday evening and this Saturday is also due to see the opening of the … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Film and cinema, Free time, Leytonstone, Market
Tagged 36 Quai des Orfèvres, A Separate Peace, E11 Market, Glengarry Glen Ross, Leytonstone Film Club, Leytonstone Library, Leytonstone Pop Up Cinema, Reside, Sir Alfred Hitchcock, The Book Club of Little Witterington, The Plough and Harrow, The Stone Space, Welsh Church Hall, Woodhouse Players
The nights are darker but there’s plenty going on in Leytonstone to lighten the mood in the next week or so. Thursday 1 November, 20:00 until 21:45 Live classical music and tower tour St John’s Church, Church Lane Leytonstone, E11 … Continue reading
Tagged A voyage around my father, Bonfire Night, Community Garden, Composting Workshop, Draughtproofing workshop, Fireworks, Jazz, Leytonstone Festival, Leytonstone Film Club, Raised Beds Workshop, St John's Church, Star of India, The Stone Space, Transition Leytonstone, Transition Walthamstow, Waltham Forest, Woodhouse Players
There’s a lively weekend on offer in Leytonstone with free comedy at the Luna Lounge Annual Laughter Zone, St John’s Michaelmas Fair which is open to the whole community, Light Up Langthorne Park on Saturday evening, Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning … Continue reading
Woodhouse Players present “Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet)” by Ann-Marie MacDonald Welsh Church Hall 879 High Road Leytonstone E11 1HR Fri 21 September 8pm Sat 22 September 2.30 and 8pm Fri 28 September 8pm Sat 29 September 2.30 and 8pm … Continue reading
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If the Olympics is not your thing and you’ve chosen to stay in Leytonstone rather than risk sunburn and heat fatigue from somewhere abroad, here are a few suggestions to keep yourself occupied. Hire a boat on Hollow Ponds, pop … Continue reading
Tagged Big6, Forest Film Fest, Godiva Awakes, Hollow Ponds, International Peace Quilts, Raj against the machine, St John's Church, Summer Daze, The Stone Space, William Morris Gallery, Woodhouse Players
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Festival and Arts Trail It’s the last weekend of Leytonstone Festival and Leytonstone Arts Trail and there’s still a packed programme of Festival events and art appearing all over the area, not just in the 16 venues taking part but also … Continue reading
Tagged Alan Davies, Cann Hall and Harrow Green Baptist Church, Carlton House, Leytonstone Arts Trail, Leytonstone Festival, Leytonstone Underground Station, Norlington Road Studios, Olympic Torch, Salvation Army Hall, St John's Church, The Holly Tree, The North Star, The Red Lion, The Sheepwalk, The Stone Space, The Welsh Church Hall, Woodhouse Players
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After last weekend’s revellery, this weekend there are opportunties to enjoy the cultural side of life in Leytonstone. Charity concert with international cellist Alexander Baillie Leytonstone based charity Carefree Kids are putting on a concert at Forest School on Saturday … Continue reading
Tagged Alexander Baillie, Art, Carefree Kids, Cello, Honour, Jeff Cox, John Thwaites, Leytonstone Museum, Museum, Music, The Stone Space, Theatre, Woodhouse Players
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If trekking into town to stand at the back of the crowds failing to see any of the Jubilee celebrations doesn’t take your fancy, or perhaps you’re staging a republican boycott, there’s plenty to do in Leytonstone this weekend, and … Continue reading
Tagged Bank Holiday, Birkbeck Tavern, Free Time, Hollow Ponds, Leytonstone Film Club, Lionheart market, Luna Lounge, Queen's Jubilee, Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel, St John's Church, Stonespace, The Red Lion, Woodhouse Players
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Book now for Woodhouse Player’s latest production ‘Honour’ by Joanna Murray Smith. What is loyalty? Isn’t it just resistance to change? First produced in Melbourne in 1995, then at the National Theatre in 2003, reviews described as this play as … Continue reading
Woodhouse Players Open auditions for “Honour” by Joanna Murray Smith Saturday 25 February at 2pm, and Tuesday 28 February from 8pm Welsh Church Hall, 879 Leytonstone High Road, E11 1HR Spring Double Bill Bed by Jim Cartwright TrueFM by Andy Harker Fri 9 and … Continue reading