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Tea & Birthday Cake at our 4th Birthday and AGM

In May we will be celebrating our 4th Birthday with tea and cake and our AGM.  We will be looking back at everything we’ve done over the past year and planning for new and exciting adventures ahead.  324 more words

Womens Institute

Weekly Photo Challenge: Prolific

We’re lucky to live within reasonable walking distance of a beautiful bluebell wood, and although I haven’t yet managed to visit there this year, these are old images from April 2015, April 2016, and April 2017 showing the profuse proliferation of bluebells year on year :-) 8 more words

Photography

Jazz or Classical Music Exam Route?

Nowadays a number of our students choose to do grade exams on their instrument. The exams are a more formal and official way of illustrating someone’s ability and level of playing a musical instrument – when someone asks about your ability to play, by telling them of the grade that you are at will give them a good idea. 364 more words

Educational Work

Brunch at Bristrotheque

Is there anything more quintessentially East London than having brunch in a converted warehouse?

Enter Bistrotechque – a restaurant in a converted warehouse hidden away in Dalston. 346 more words

London

In Spitalfields: The rise of London's premier weaving quarter

Where does the City of London end and the rest of the capital begin? The quick answer can of course be determined by tracing the boundary on maps – or in certain places painted bollards. 1,972 more words

Changing London

Hackney Empire

A much-loved East End theatre institution whose pantos have become the stuff of legend, but it also lends it arm to gigs (it was originally built as a music hall) and its Grade II-listed auditorium is a thing to behold! 151 more words

Live Music