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Love Your High Street Leytonstone Saturday 8 June

Love Your High StreetSaturday 8 June 2013 is Love Your High Street Day in Leytonstone organised by the London Borough of Waltham Forest and E11 BID.

There will be a day of activities in Leytonstone Town Centre including a pop up Hitchcock cinema, silent disco, open day at St John’s Church and regular activities like the E11 Market.

Don’t miss the opportunity too to visit the Stone Space’s Star Walls exhibition which closes on 9 June and Woodhouse Players’ The Oedipus Plays on Friday 7 and Saturday 8 June.

Waltham Forest residents will also get vouchers to spend in local shops.

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Comics and comedy in Leytonstone this weekend

Cartoon graphicComics, 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 how to make your own comic strip with professional cartoonist Steve Marchant. The event is free but you need to book.

Leytonstone Library
6 Church Lane
Leytonstone
London, E11 1HG

Saturday 23 February

Laughter Zone at the Luna Lounge

The Luna Lounge’s regular monthly Laughter Zone is on this Saturday, and on Friday they are featuring Silver Hill — acoustic originals and classic covers.

See the Luna Lounge website for their regular programme of events.

Exhibitions at The Stone Space

Waiting – 21 February to 17 March 2013
Fixations – 21 March to 14 April

More information from: The Stone Space Gallery

Coming up next week

Tuesday 26 February

The East Side Jazz Club presents John Altman’s Big Band at The Heathcote Arms

More details:

A busy programme at the Plough and Harrow

Leytonstone’s newest music venue had a busy programme of events next week:

February

  • Thu 28: Jam Club present Best of Acoustic

March

  • Fri 1: Another Winter Productions presents Swinging For Mars + Summer Snowmen + Mary Do You Wanna
  • Sat 2: Artery —4 great alternative edgy guitar bands
  • Tue 5: Turn Off Your Television — Variety Open Mic
  • Fri 8: Gerry Byrne (Spectrum Radio) Irish Roadshow DJ session 
  • Sat 9: Get Ploughed Live —Prison Blues + Impossible Things + Loose Joints

Other regular events

Monday nights are Quiz Night at the Red Lion. See the Red Lion website for details of their regular and special events. What’s Cooking has music on Wednesday’s and the 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturday of the month and is now at the Birkbeck Tavern. There’s Live Music on Friday Nights at O’Neill’s and look out for dates for live music at The North Star Sessions.

Sat 2 Mar

491 Community Garden Wake Up And Smell The Flowers

Woodhouse Players Triple Bill

  • Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet
  • A Separate Peace by Tom Stoppard
  • The Book Club of Little Witterington by Joan Greening

Fri 8 and Sat 9 March 2013
Fri 15 and Sat 16 March 2013

Welsh Church Hall

More information and to book: Woodhouse Players website

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Calling artists and festival venues in Leytonstone

Graphic imageRun 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:

Put on an event for Leytonstone Festival

Leytonstone Festival is calling for proposals for this year’s event. If you want to put on an event as part of this year’s Leytonstone Festival you need to submit a proposal form before 26 April. More details on how to obtain the form and where to send it back from:

Transition Leytonstone

Transition Leytonstone is encouraging you all to put up a bird box for national Bird Box Week which started yesterday.

E11 Market

Have you visited the E11 Market which opened last week outside Matalan? Follow them on Twitter @E11 Market to find out the latest news.

Jobs at Organiclea

If you missed my post earlier this week, Organiclea have two jobs on offer.

Decorating time? Save money with recycled paint available in Leytonstone

If you have paint left over you don’t need, or you want to buy some cheap paint for decorating, Forest Recycling Project have reclaimed paint available for a suggested £1 litre. Their Leytonstone site is in Hainault Road. Check their website for the address and opening times and details of their other recycling work.

Website: Forest Recycling Project Where to Buy Paint

Coming up

As well as the events below don’t forget to check out the local pubs and Luna Lounge for regular music and comedy nights.

Exhibitions at The Stone Space

Waiting – 21 February to 17 March 2013
Fixations – 21 March to 14 April

More information from: The Stone Space Gallery Coming Next

Woodhouse Players Triple Bill

  • Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet
  • A Separate Peace by Tom Stoppard
  • The Book Club of Little Witterington by Joan Greening

Fri 8 and Sat 9 March 2013
Fri 15 and Sat 16 March 2013

Welsh Church Hall

More information and to book: Woodhouse Players website

New music venue opens this Saturday

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 E11 Market, outside Matalan.

Reside continues at the Stone Space and next Wednesday Leytonstone Film Club is screening the French film 36 Quai des Orfèvres.

Leytonstone doesn’t have a cinema, but the cinemas will be full from the end of this week with a new film about Sir Alfred Hitchcock, who was, of course, born in Leytonstone.

10 January–17 February 2013

Reside: at The Stone Space

The Stone SpaceOpen Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Check their website for eact times:

Saturday 2 February

E11 Market

Due to open for the first time Outside Matalan. Check their website for updates:

Saturday 2 February, 2.30pm

Heavy Metal, St John’s Church Bellringers

Website: St John’s Church

The Plough and Harrow

The Plough and Harrow

Saturday 2 February

Venue Launch Party

Plough and Harrow. Check their website and Facebook page for more details:

Wednesday 6 February

Screening of “36 Quai des Orfèvres”

Leytonstone LibraryDir: Olivier Marchal. (2004) France; 111 min (15).
Leytonstone Pop-Up Cinema, at Church Lane Library. Check their website for full details:
Website: www.leytonstonefilmclub.com


Looking ahead

Woodhouse Players

Book ahead for the next production from the Woodhouse Players, who are celebrating their 30th anniversary this year:

Triple Bill

  • Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet
  • A Separate Peace by Tom Stoppard
  • The Book Club of Little Witterington by Joan Greening

Fri 8 and Sat 9 March 2013
Fri 15 and Sat 16 March 2013
Welsh Church Hall
Website: www.woodhouseplayers.co.uk