Category Archives: Art

‘This land is classist’: Croydon rapper seeks justice for Grenfell

A Croydon rapper has produced a track, Justice for Grenfell (See All The Links), which seeks to provide context to the tragedy in Kensington last month. Sense (real name Jenniah Brown), who grew up in West Croydon, often performs at … Continue reading

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Here’s to you Mrs Robinson: memories of the Summer of Love

It’s the Summer of Lurve at the David Lean Cinema, at least for a week or so at the end of next month, when the Save the David Lean Cinema Campaign’s regular screenings resume after a brief summer hiatus with … Continue reading

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Dick Barton and the Slaves of the Sultan, Jul 26-Aug 5

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The world of Beatrix Potter, Honeywood Museum, Oct 25

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Poetic Insight, Project B off Surrey Street, Jul 25

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CODA adds some swash and buckle to Gilbert & Sullivan

CODA will be performing around the bandstand in Wandle Park next week in their fourth annual outdoor production – a boisterous new production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic opera The Pirates of Penzance. The Pirates of Penzance is one of … Continue reading

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Save 20% off membership of Stanley’s Film Club this month

Stanley’s Film Club is offering a special 20 per cent discount on the price of all new memberships booked with the South Norwood-based weekly cinema during July. As they consolidate their programme with their regular weekly screenings – which in … Continue reading

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