With blue skies overhead (check out our Instagram pics of Clissold Park and Stoke Newington) we enter July, which brings with it our very first Edinburgh Fringe Festival preview – See-Through – a reality show that examines identity, validation and narcissism.
The Stoke Newington Early Music Festival is a celebration of music from the 16th to 18th centuries, from Elizabethan lute songs to Bach. This is the 24th year, making it one of the longest-established early music festivals in the country. We are delighted to be the venue for five of the festival concerts.
Mother Nature Science: Summer Camp 23 July – 24 August
Mother Nature Science is the ultimate holiday mix of education, fun and indoor and outdoor hands-on science experiments and activities! Every year the Mother Nature Science Camp inspires thousands of budding scientists, ages 5-12 years, during the Summer, Easter and Christmas school holidays. Please share this opportunity with any local parents you think might be interested.
Our Summer Get-Together is a chance to share a drink, nibbles, and ideas. If you are interested in volunteering at The OId Church, please drop in to find out more. For more information about the evening – email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you then!
Beautiful Thing 3-7 July, Greenwich+Docklands International Festival
This spectacular outdoor dance-theatre interpretation of Jonathan Harvey’s seminal play Beautiful Thing will be staged on and around the original south Thamesmead locations where the play (and 1996 Channel Four film) were set, marking the 50th anniversary of the first families moving in to this utopian riverside community.