Panto time! Auditions Sep 12

Please spread the word, it’s Panto time again.   We’ve been hard at it, polishing puns, winkling in innuendo, and generally working up a lather . . . we think we’ve finally got it just right.   Now it’s the turn of lots of lovely people to make it come alive.   12th Sept, 7pm in the craft room at the Telegraph Hill Centre.

More details here

Please spread the word far and wide – this year, the Panto is a fundraiser for Telegraph Hill Centre and Bold Vision.

Freedom For Birth 7.30pm, 20th Sept

A group of local birth activists are putting on a showing of the film ‘Freedom for Birth’ at the Hill Station on 20th September . This is a campaigning documentary about human rights in childbirth, part of a worldwide screening (1000 showings!) all on the same day. Very powerful film with a very important message! Hope to have a good discussion afterwards too. See poster for more info Freedom for Birth poster

Save The Ivy House Pub

Local South East London residents are presently campaigning to save the Ivy House pub (Stuart Road, Nunhead, SE15). Read more about the group’s efforts to buy the freehold and rescue this iconic building here.

Also: Facebook group “savetheivyhouse” and “The  Ivy House Customer Survey“.

The Ivy House Pub

New Cross and Deptford Free Film Festival

Here are details of your chance to show a short film in the NEW CROSS & DEPTFORD FREE FILM FESTIVAL 2012

FREEDOM CELLS
The Old Police Station
Friday 27–Sunday 29 April 2012
Enter your film to be screened in the Freedom Cells, a free human rights film event during the New Cross and Deptford FREE FILM FESTIVAL 2012.
The theme for this event is ‘Freedom’ and we are looking for films which run no longer than 15 minutes. The theme can include freedom of expression, prisoners of conscience, political prisoners or simply expressions of what freedom means to you.
We are looking for short films by filmmakers, artists, poets, musicians, students and local residents to be screened throughout the weekend.
The films will be shown free to the public at The Old Police Station in New Cross and presented in the holding cells which we are adapting into small pop-up cinema spaces (www.theoldpolicestation.org).
It is free to submit as many films as you like and they will be screened free to the public.
Please send film links to,