Events archive

Other-ing: Apples and Bananas – 28-30 July 2017

Apples & Bananas – Exhibition and special events 28th- 30th July 2017
The Hive, 260-264 Kingsland Road, London, E8 4DG
Private View Fri 28th July 2017, 18.00 – 23.00
All welcome – free

Sensing Movement: A Dance, Health and Wellbeing Symposium, Dublin – 28 July 2017

This one-day symposium will focus on connection, community and sustainable dance and health practice, supporting health practitioners, movers, teachers, students and those searching to connect in new ways through the moving body.

RUA RED,

South Dublin Arts Centre, Blessington Road

Dublin 24 Tallaght, Ireland

 

Propose a session, Clinks Annual Conference – deadline 5 July 2017

Clinks members are invited to propose a session for this year’s conference, focused on “Resilience: responding to adversity and change in the criminal justice system”.

Clinks is inviting you to explore, examine and celebrate the resilience of voluntary organisations in the criminal justice system.

Sound Minds Summer Breeze, Battersea – 15 July 2017

A lazy afternoon of reggae, rock, hip hop, blues and surprises from Sound Minds (free admission).

When: Saturday 15 July, 15:00-18:00

Where: The Candlemaker, at 136 Battersea High St. SW11 3JR (close to Sound Minds)

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First "Relaxed Prom", London – 29 July 2017

The "relaxed prom" at the Royal Albert Hall will be a concert suitable for children and adults with autism, sensory and communication impairments and learning disabilities, as well as individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind and partially sighted.

Free Survivors Poetry workshops, Wembley – 22 May-31 July 2017

Free workshops led by award-winning poets for people experiencing mental health difficulties who would like support to express themselves through poetry.

When: Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 2pm

Where: Chalkhill Community Centre, HA9 9FX

Travel expenses will be paid, and refreshments and materials provided.

To register for a free place, contact

Volunteer with Greenwich and Docklands International Festival – 23 June-8 July 2017

GDIF is looking for volunteers for its outdoor theatre and performing arts festival, for a range of tasks such as fundraising, collecting audience feedback, spreading awareness of the festival, helping in the box office, setting-up performance zones, and meeting and greeting the artists.

Call for contributions, international community and participatory dance conference – deadline 10 May 2017

People Dancing is calling for contributions to its second international conference for community and participatory dance, in a variety of formats across presentation, practical and performance areas.

The Glasgow 2017 Conference will focus on three themes:

Creative Industries Federation international conference – 12 July 2017

Speakers at the first CIF conference will include senior politicians, creative leaders, scientists and economists:

Women in recovery drama group and social activities, Fulham – from 24 April 2017

Outside Edge Theatre Company and FIRM (Fun In Recovery Management) are running regular drop-in workshops for women recovering from addiction. The groups will meet weekly on Mondays from 4-8pm in Fulham.

From 4-6pm Outside Edge will run a drama workshop which will be a safe and friendly session to develop new skills; no experience of drama is necessary.

BLACK Artists Directory and networking events – 1 and 28 April 2017

The Women’s Community Forum is collating a directory of UK’s black, asian, ethnic minority, and refugee artists for inclusion in the re-designed Women’s Community Forum website, to strengthen and raise the profile of the community of black artists.

National Alliance for Musicians in Healthcare conference – 10 July 2017

The first national conference for the National Alliance of Musicians in Healthcare will be held at Royal Brompton Hospital, Sydney Street, London SW3 on Monday 10 July 2017, 11:00-18:00, supported by Arts Council England.

A cabinet of rarities: the curious collections of Sir Thomas Browne - from 30 January 2017 to 27 July 2017

A new exhibition and season of events at the Royal College of Physicians will mark the life of one of Britain's most important, but least known, intellectual figures.