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Those railway line works

The Overground Line from Barking to Gospel Oak has been closed for months while the line is being electrified, which will bring it into the same system as the rest of the London Overground. 64 more words


WATCH: Two Potato - an oral history of children's play in North Kensington

Following on from its packed-out premiere at the Gate Theatre earlier this month, digital:works‘ latest local documentary – Two Potato – is out now for your viewing pleasure… 55 more words


There's still time left to trek the Portobello Toddy Trail...

With the Christmas countdown well and truly underway, what better time than to wander the streets of Portobello and take part in the Portobello Cafe Society… 223 more words


Community Reporters: I Call My Brothers at the Gate Theatre...

A big Thank You to our Community Reporter, Stan Moorcroft for his review of the Gate Theatre’s I Call My Brothers…

What happens when fear and paranoia become as suffocating and pervasive as hunger or pain? 370 more words


Coming up at the Lacey: Brian Ord and Val Close's 'HOUSE & HOTEL', 22-26 November

Culture Vultures! Notting Hill’s Lacey Contemporary’s next exhibition is coming to their 8 Clarendon Cross (W11 4AP) gallery from 22-26 November.

Brian Ord and Val Close’s HOUSE & HOTEL will explore new works and developments by the artists as they investigate the interiors and exteriors of the traditional style homes we live in. 138 more words


YES! Youth Employment Skills available in Kensington and Chelsea with Let Me Play

Aged 16 –24?
Let Me Play have a programme of support for young people 16 –24  looking to progress into education, traineeships or apprenticeships avaliable now in Kensington and Chelsea. 130 more words


Film: Watch Hitchcock's The Lodger with a church organ accompaniment at St. John's Notting Hill, 14/10

Join St. John’s Notting Hill for the next in their series of classic silent film complemented by their restored organ.

As the nights draw in, October sees Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘ 133 more words