Long Poem Magazine celebration hosted by Linda Black. 

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Sunday 27th January 7.30pm. £5/£4 according to pocket

Issue 20  marks ten years  of Long Poem Magazine. To celebrate this, poets Mark Waldron, Annie Freud, Jemma Borg, Joan Michelson, Siddhartha Bose and Maitreyabandhu read poems published in the magazine.

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2019 events

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Spark

Sunday 20th January – London launch of Spark: poems in response to Muriel Spark’s novels. Editors, Rob A Mackenzie and Louise Peterkin, asked 44 of today’s most exciting poets to write poems muriel_spark_1960inspired by Muriel Spark’s 22 novels (2 poets per novel). Rob, Louise, Anna Selby and Lisa Kelly will read some of their favourite poems from the anthology and also some of their own recent poems.

7.30pm 
Poets from the floor welcome.
Admission: £5/£4 (according to pocket)

Theatre, tea and talk

poster workshop and plays

Howard Fritz: Paintings

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Films to celebrate John Rety by Agnes Hay

Here is our next event – Hungarian Association of London

Agnes Hay Exhibition of new works in December

Private View. All welcome!

2pm 8th December

John Réty  (1930-2010) Birthday with films by Ágnes Háy

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Babelsprecht

Friday 23 November 6pm. Free.

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Posters, tea, theatre and talk

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1-6pm 3 December

Free, all welcome

In celebration of the spectacular suffrage placard processions we will be learning how to make linocuts to create posters for theatrical performances at Torriano Meeting House.

The New Factory of the Eccentric Actor and Sunrise Theatre group will be performing “How Women Won the Vote” by Cicely Hamilton and Christopher St John, “A Chat with Mrs Chicky” by Evelyn Glover, “The Maid and the Magistrate” by Graham Moffet and “The Apple” by Inez Bensusan on 18 December.

Come to a workshop to design and make posters for this theatrical spectacular.

Tea, cake, discussion

 

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Long Twilight

TORRIANO FILM SOCIETY:

A new era of avantgarde, experimental, very old and socially important films are being MV5BMzY4Mzg4YjYtMDk1ZS00NTE5LThhYzMtODU4YWNjNmY3Y2Y0XkEyXkFqcGdeQXVyMjA2MTA5NDU@._V1_shown at Torriano.

Hungarian Film Club – Hungarian Association of London

2pm Saturday 17 November 2018

Long Twilight, Attila Janisch, 1997

The story of an elderly woman’s almost supernatural journey back into her past. The elderly woman is a strong-willed professor who leaves her family one day to visit an old friend. But what starts out as a normal journey soon becomes a voyage into the unknown when she loses her way and boards a bus driven by an uncaring driver and filled with stone-faced apathetic passengers.

All welcome         FREE   Donation

for your diary 2pm Saturday 8 December: Animated Films and Videos by Agnes Hay including ‘In Memory of John Rety’

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