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Sherlock Jr - A night of silent film and a church organ at St John's Notting Hill, 5/5/17...

The excellent, etheral sounds of St John’s Church organ will be returning for the next St. John’s Notting Hill Film Night – and this time the game is afoot… 149 more words

Kensington

IWD 2017: Women in Advertising at the Museum of Brands...

To coincide with International Women’s Day 2017, the North Kensington-based Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising are launching a series of talks, films and workshops focused on women in advertising. 141 more words

Norland

Mothers of the borough! Stretch, dance and de-stress with Wonderful 'Womb'man...

Mothers of the borough! Are you looking to get active? If so, local resident Emmanuelle Marcel has created a series of dance classes tailored for ‘womb’men and mums at… 261 more words

Borough-wide

A St John's Church performance and more, as Kensington Singers raise money for Glass Door...

Join the borough-based Kensington Singers for an evening of community choir at St John’s Notting Hill (W11 2NN) on Monday, 5 December and help raise money for Glass Door Homeless charity. 135 more words

Kensington

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

Borough-wide

CLLL: Gearing up for Carnival with the Notting Hill Nurseries Carnival 2016...

With support from the Dalgarno and Golborne Councillors through City Living, Local Life, the Children and Parents Carnival Association held the 31st annual Notting Hill Nurseries Carnival in August. 295 more words

Golborne

The Portobello Film Festival turns 21! 1 - 18 September, 2016

The fantastic, free and independent Portobello Film Festival returns in September to North Kensington to celebrate it’s 21st birthday!

Although it may be a little older, the ‘wild child’ of film festivals is showing no signs of moving away from the ethos of… 152 more words

Golborne