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ewe

Posted by on Jul 13, 2021 in Arts and Events, Live Performance | Comments Off on ewe

ewe

Wednesday 21 July, Doors 7pm ewe live with support from Anna Byrne & a special guest in support of Play For Progress Presented by: Hearts + Minds A night of acoustic music from folk trio ewe, with support from Lily Lyons and Anna Byrne. We’ll be raising money for Play for Progress, a charity that taps into the healing power of music, the arts, play, and creative therapies to build healthy and resilient relationships that support and amplify the voices of unaccompanied refugees and asylum-seekers.As a rough guide, doors open 7pm, support 7.30pm, headline act...

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GREENFALL TOWER MEMORIAL

Posted by on Jun 5, 2020 in Arts and Events, Live Performance, Uncategorized | Comments Off on GREENFALL TOWER MEMORIAL

GREENFALL TOWER MEMORIAL

Church bells to ring across London to mark 3rd anniversary of tragedy at Grenfell Tower  Church bells across London will ring 72 times to at 6pm on Sunday, 14th June to mark the third anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire, in a coordinated effort to ensure the victims of the tragedy continue to be remembered.  Over 80 churches across the Capital, including St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and Southwark Cathedral will join the bell ringing, as will St Clement Notting Dale, the parish in which Grenfell Tower stands.  The 72 rings will mark the...

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ST JOHN’S CAROL SERVICE, with LUMEN CHAMBER CHOIR. Sunday 8 December, 5pm

Posted by on Dec 4, 2019 in Arts and Events, Live Performance, Worship | Comments Off on ST JOHN’S CAROL SERVICE, with LUMEN CHAMBER CHOIR. Sunday 8 December, 5pm

ST JOHN’S CAROL SERVICE, with LUMEN CHAMBER CHOIR. Sunday 8 December, 5pm

Come and join us to sing Carols, listen to Lumen Choir, and hear the Christmas story. All welcome!

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ST JOHN’S SUMMER GALA WITH THE GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA , Saturday 20 July, 4.30 – 7.30pm

Posted by on Jul 18, 2019 in Arts and Events, Live Performance, Music | Comments Off on ST JOHN’S SUMMER GALA WITH THE GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA , Saturday 20 July, 4.30 – 7.30pm

ST JOHN’S SUMMER GALA WITH THE GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA , Saturday 20 July, 4.30 – 7.30pm

Following the series of explorations into the musical diversity found in this area we are combining with the Grand Union Orchestra for our Summer Special: music, workshops, food and drink in and outside St John on Bethnal Green. Come along and join in! Here’s what the Grand Union Orchestra did here earlier this year: The Grand Union Orchestra is the acknowledged pioneer and leading exponent of cross-cultural music-making in the UK. Once memorably described as ‘making cultural diversity an art-form’ – and more recently commended for its ‘practical idealism’!...

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GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – SOUNDING BETHNAL GREEN, 1 & 15 Feb, 1 & 15 March, 5 April – 6.45-9pm

Posted by on Feb 25, 2019 in Arts and Events, Live Performance, Music | Comments Off on GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – SOUNDING BETHNAL GREEN, 1 & 15 Feb, 1 & 15 March, 5 April – 6.45-9pm

GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – SOUNDING BETHNAL GREEN, 1 & 15 Feb, 1 & 15 March, 5 April – 6.45-9pm

The Grand Union Orchestra is the acknowledged pioneer and leading exponent of cross-cultural music-making in the UK. Once memorably described as ‘making cultural diversity an art-form’ – and more recently commended for its ‘practical idealism’! – it continues to blaze a trail unrivalled by any other organisation. Sounding Bethnal Green is a development of Trading Roots, re-imagined for a series of events on the first and third Friday of each month at St John’s, to bring to the attention of local residents the extraordinary variety of people and...

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GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – WHAT THE RIVER BRINGS

Posted by on Jun 19, 2018 in Arts and Events, Live Performance, Music | Comments Off on GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – WHAT THE RIVER BRINGS

GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – WHAT THE RIVER BRINGS

Saturday 14 July, 7.30pm What the River Brings celebrates the waves of migration that have shaped East London over the centuries, and continue to do so today. With music composed and arranged by Tony Haynes, it is performed by people from those communities who have settled here – descendants of immigrants, or themselves from far-off places. It tells of their experience and the stories of the East End past and present, through music and songs that conjure up the mystery of rivers and the sea, the hope and hardship of journeys, the hazards and hostility faced and overcome. Great port cities...

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