The exhibition explores feminist activism through posters from Women’s Liberation Workshops in the borough and how the arts and especially theatre contributed to the local feminist scene. Ends 30th April 2019.
Until Tuesday 30th April. Windrush – Brent’s Pioneering Windrush Generation traces the arrival of Empire Windrush and explores Brent’s Carribean Heritage through the eyes of its residents. Using photographic portraits and unique stories collected from residents, it celebrates 70 years of the United Kingdom’s Caribbean Diaspora.
A free 6-week course by David Rosenberg focusing on London’s radical and rebellious writers, pamphleteers, journalists and activists whose words challenged the status quo in several arenas between 1840-1890 and their counterparts 100 years later between 1940-1990.
Two events celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the start of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the UK
Film Fans and collectors should head to this event, with a selection of quality stands loaded with film memorabilia, merchandise and collectables – Classics, Horror, Sci-fi, Cult – DVD – Blu-ray – VHS – Magazines – Books – Posters – Stills – Postcards – Cards – T Shirts – Autographs & Special Guest Signings…
Despite a widespread acceptance that we are living through a housing crisis, little seems to be being done to improve the living conditions of Londoners. George Turner discusses what is driving London’s housing market to dysfunction and reveals how the house building industry has managed to exploit the crisis in order to turn an enormous profit.
Lingua Diversa run lunchtime and evening courses from beginner to advanced level in: Spanish, Italian, French, German and Brazilian-Portuguese. The next term will start week beginning 29 April and last for 11 consecutive weeks.
What can Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677) teach us about how to manage the ferocious divisions of identity, culture, ideology, and faith that riddle our politics today? Come to this public lecture by world-renowned philosopher, Edwin Curley, Emeritus Professor at the University of Michigan.
Everyone thinks they know the real Winston Churchill. But now his biographer Andrew Roberts has uncovered new sources – including the private diaries of King George VI – that reveal this towering figure as we’ve never seen him before.
In this collection of pieces Shankland explores isolation, both physically and emotionally. ‘Moving On’ is a question not a given as figures and scenes are often static, seemingly disconnected from the environment or paused in daily routines that are hampered or impossible to achieve. All the while there is tension and buckling in the fabric reinforcing the idea of turmoil and conflict. As voyeurs we watch and wait.
WORKSHOP: Exploring Mindfulness and Voices Trainer: Andy Phee ABOUT THE WORKSHOP Exploring Mindfulness and Voices Using mindfulness practice to support others and ourselves A day of practice, exploration and reflection, suitable for hearing voices group facilitators, mental health workers and people living with voices or distressing beliefs. WORKSHOP CONTENT: The workshop…