What’s on at the Club tonight

Tonight is the Kerri Cup competition for prints taken during a Club Outing. Andy Smith will judge this competition.

Next week (17 March) is the Quiz Night. Test your knowledge in teams of 6. It is also the last date for handing in your images for our Annual Exhibition.

Download entry forms here: Entry_Forms_2016

The following week (24 March) there is no meeting.


What’s on this Weekend and soon

St. Patrick’s Day Parade – Sunday 13 March

Trafalgar Square is the setting for London’s official bash in celebration of Ireland’s patron saint. As it takes place on Sunday March 13, a sizeable proportion of the population (not all of them Irish by a long chalk) is set to be looking appropriately green till at least Thursday, which is when St Patrick’s Day actually falls. The parade will feature pageantry, floats, music and more. Leaving Piccadilly at midday, it’ll wind its way to the festival in Trafalgar Square, where sports clubs, marching bands and dance schools will entertain the crowds until 6:00pm. A food market will offer Irish beef stew cooked on ‘live fire’ by acclaimed Irish chef John Rellihan, lamb and potato shepherd’s pie from The Pie Cart, Irish brisket from Salt Beef Bros, and fried chicken in Kerrygold butter buns from Butchies.

South London Photographic / Camerafair – Sunday 13 March at Holiday Inn, Southwold Road, Bexley, DA5 1ND. Entry after 10:00am £3.00

KCPA Diamond Jubilee

This is taking place on Saturday 12 March at Detling Village Hall. Doors open at 3:30pm for the taking in of KCPA Exhibition Prints, and the judge’s commentary begins at 4:00pm. Entry is £2.50. The event is expected to finish around 7:00pm. The KCPA look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at the Diamond Jubilee event. You will also be able to purchase tickets there for the Exhibition Judging Weekend which is on 2 and 3 April.

“Strange and Familiar”: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers –16 March to 19 June at Barbican Art Gallery

Curated by the iconic British photographer Martin Parr, Strange and Familiar considers how international photographers from the 1930s onwards have captured the social, cultural and political identity of the UK. From social documentary and portraiture to street and architectural photography, the exhibition celebrates the work of leading photographers, including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Rineke Dijkstra, Robert Frank and Garry Winogrand. Bringing together compelling photographs and previously unseen bodies of work, Strange and Familiar presents a vibrant portrait of modern Britain.

“Mirage 2016” from 18 March to 17 April.

This is a special year for the group as Mirage was founded 25 years ago. A lot has happened in that time, membership has changed so have photographic styles but what has stood fast within the group is a commitment to photographic excellence. This can be seen in their latest exhibition being held at The Stables Gallery, Hall Place, Bourne Road, Bexley, Kent, DA5 1PQ, the gallery and visitors centre is open daily from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Admission is free and there is ample free parking. The exhibitors are Alan Barrett, Jack Bates, Trevor Crone, Paul Foley, Dave Mason, Polina Plotnikova, Cathy Roberts, Alan Thompson and Peter Watson.

The Photography Show from Saturday 19 to Tuesday 22 March at the NEC, Birmingham