Category Archives: Poetry

Have a proper Beano at Upper Norwood Library this summer

At Upper Norwood Library, there is a wide range of often Beano-themed activities being staged over the summer, beginning from July 14 and running until September 15, as part of the Summer Reading Challenge. All activities are free for all … Continue reading

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Countdown begins to week-long Crystal Palace Festival

With one month to go until the start of the 2018 Crystal Palace Festival, the organisers have announced the acts for their free event in the park, plus some new venues this year for the week-long celebration of local culture. … Continue reading

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Poetic Insight: Violence, at Project B, Apr 24

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Coulsdon community show it was not, oh, such a lovely war

Our veteran arts correspondent, BELLA BARTOCK, takes a trip down memory lane and discovers an impressive new work There was something quite poignant about entering the Coulsdon Community Centre on Barrie Close on the night after its destruction had been … Continue reading

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Stereo MC’s and Polarbear announced as Festival headliners

The Crystal Palace Festival returns in June  with one of the biggest free cultural events in south London. Festival events will take place across the Crystal Palace area from June 11 to 17 with the free Crystal Palace park event … Continue reading

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Poetic Insight: Existence, at Project B, Mar 27

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A 1918 centenary performance with lessons for today

Theatre-goers turning up at Coulsdon Community Centre from Saturday might be entitled to ask themselves what they can expect from the local Theatre Workshop’s latest production. 1918: When The Guns Fell Silent is not a play, but there is drama. … Continue reading

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