Enjoy an inexpensive lunch in friendly surroundings.
Coming events CAGS
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Join SLG members at 7.45pm in Putney for John Webster’s electrifying revenge tragedy about rage, resistance and a deadly lust for power.
Merton are putting on some free LGBT+Films. Please support this valuable initiative!
Lunch at Mcdermott’s Fish and Chip Restaurant, Forestdale Shopping Centre, CR0 9AS. Meet at 11:30 at East Croydon Tram Stop to travel to the restaurant. Parking is available nearby. The restaurant opens at 12:00 and is VERY POPULAR so we need to arrive promptly!
Lunch at Fairfield Hall's Foyer, East Croydon, with Free Concert at 1.05 pm: Gildas Quartet perform string quartets by Mozart & Janacek. https://www.fairfield.co.uk/whats-on/lmp-lunchtime-concert-gildas-quartet/ Let Louis know you're coming, and we’ll save a seat for you: firstname.lastname@example.org Concert lasts 50 mins.
Project Adorno present Brontë Beat, a performance collage weaving the facts of their lives with the myths of their fiction. Comprising original songs, film, ambient sounds and spoken word, it explores the multi-faceted world of the Brontës through an electro-pop lens – from their early dabblings in “scribblemania” to the success of their novels and the fascinating history of their all too brief lives. The piece also includes interview extracts from people connected to the literature, landscape and places associated with the Brontë story. All welcome, no charge.
Join SLG to see Shakespeare’s Richard III set in the nineteen-thirties. Presented by the Southside Players at Chestnut Grove Academy, 45 Chestnut Grove, Balham, SW12 8JZ. Tickets £12 concs £9.
7.00 for 7.30pm Aldgate Revd Jide Macaulay taks about his work with the House of Rainbow and the Kaleidoscope Trust. Meet at St Botolph's church close to Aldgate Tube station
Merton are putting on some free diversity films. Please support this valuable initiative!
Malcolm in West Norwood has kindly offered to host a party, provided that we bring the food and drink to share, so there will be no admission charge.This always results in an interesting array of food, but never the same, amazingly. Bring enough of the same thing that fills the plate (or tin), such as cakes, salad, fruit, bread, cheese, meats, crisps, pate, or trifle. The party is open to all members, so a carton of drink and some crackers is enough for our less well off members. Please contact Malcolm in advance to let him know that you will be coming and what food you intend to bring.