Welcome to this weeks bulletin.
Below are highlights of What’s On at the Precinct this week and a snap shot of what’s coming up in April and a sneak peak at May!
Wednesday 26th April, 6:30-8:30pm
In January of this year India’s capital Dehli made history. The capital banned disposal plastic including cutlery, bags and cups. At the Precinct we have been working with artist Mariliis since 2016 to recycle plastic carrier bags into beautiful pieces of art. During her fortnightly workshops Mariliis will guide you through the process from selecting your bag to crocheting and weaving. No previous experience needed, materials will be provided. Children are welcome to attend but must bring an adult. For more information please email Mariliis firstname.lastname@example.org
Mending With Pico
Thursday 27th April, 7-9pm
Instead of throwing away an item of clothing because it needs repair, bring it along to Mending with Pico. Isobel will be on hand to help and will have few bits and pieces available. All skill levels welcome. For more information or to let us know you are coming, please do get in touch: email@example.com
Saturday 29th April, 10-11am
Saturday morning’s were made for cinema! This months film: A caterpillar grows up into a beautiful butterfly (can you guess the film). Children must be accompanied by an adult. To find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Craft Club
Saturday 29th April, 1-4pm
Love to make and craft but never get the time? Come along to our monthly craft club. Bring your own projects, join one of ours or bring a skill to share. All are welcome at the craft club. This month: we will be upcycling magazines into beautiful paper flowers. To find out more email email@example.com
Camden Carers Collective- ‘Connections’ Exhibition and Trade Schools
We are pleased to announce we will be collaborating with Camden Carers Collective run by Camden Carers Service to curate an exhibition and programme of Trade Schools. ‘Connections’ opens on Friday 5th May from 5pm onwards. You are warmly welcome to join us for the opening night. From Saturday 6th-Sunday 14th May artists from Camden Carer’s Collective will be leading a number of Trade School Workshops from the Community Hub at the Precinct. Full details of Trade Schools can be found on our website.
Limehouse Books and Films
Saturday 6th May, 10:30-12pm
Meet kindred book lovers in a local Book Club. May’s Book: Where my heart used to by Sebastian Faulks. To find out more about the book group please visit their meet up page
Seafoxes & Friends
Saturday 6th May 6-11pm
East London music and art band, the Seafoxes, host an evening fundraiser for the charity Girls Rock in the Yurt cafe. Band artist Karolina will be painting work inspired by the music during the family friendly evening and her art will be available to buy, with all proceeds going to the charity. Seafoxes will be performing alongside Hattie Whitehead and Akiko Nozaki. Book your tickets here
Have a great week
The Precinct Team