What’s on Clubwise.
The public vote at the Annual Exhibition resulted in a 3-way tie for the most popular image.
Peter Salmon and his Awesome Orchid – 4 votes
Czech Conroy and his Rose Sawfly Larvae – 4 votes
and Steve Jones’ Three Against One – 4 votes.
What’s on this weekend and soon
Geffrye Museum Almshouse Tours – Saturday 3 June –11:00am – 3:00pm
136 Kingsland Road, London, London E2 8EA – Cost: £4
Visit one of the Geffrye’s 18th-century almshouses, which has been fully restored to its original condition, offering a rare glimpse into the lives of London’s poor and elderly in former times.
Timed entries are at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. No need to book just turn up on the day.
Open Weekend at Wandsworth Prison Museum – Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 June – 10:00am – 5:00pm (Closed each day for lunch 1-2pm) – Free
The museum has re-opened in a brand new building.
New displays cover the prison’s 166-year history, telling the story of residents including Oscar Wilde, Ronnie Biggs, the Acid Bath Murderer, conscientious objectors, spies and traitors.
Flotilla of Hot Air Balloons over London (Victoria Dock) – Sunday 4, Sunday 11, Sunday 18 or Sunday 25 June – 5:00am – 8:00am
The Lord Mayor’s personal hot air balloon, accompanied by up to 50 others is set to stage an early morning lift-off from London City Airport. The lift off will be early in the morning, on one of four June Sunday mornings – if weather permits. You won’t see much from City Airport itself as the buildings are in the way, so the best views will probably be from the other side of the docks, either around Royal Albert or a bit further to the east at Cyprus DLR stations.
London Bridge City Summer Festival 2017 Highlights
Get involved in a jam-packed programme of events, which takes place across three locations between London Bridge and Tower Bridge.
Sit down for a film screening under the stars. Cheer on your favourite teams with live sports broadcasts. Bring the family together for workshops and shows. Enjoy a taste of Mexico from Taco Revolution at the London Riviera. Plus, enjoy fun fitness events, quizzes, live music and much more.
Events take place at the outdoor amphitheatre The Scoop, with the river as backdrop at The Pier and in the architectural gem that is Hay’s Galleria.
Learn the tricks of the circus trade at fun family workshops hosted by Albert & Friends Instant Circus.
Don your spandex and stretch to the sounds of disco favourites from the likes of Diana Ross, Chic and The Jackson Five at Disco Yoga. 17 June.
St. Christopher’s Food Festival, Wild West Fair and Dog Show at Green Street Green. Three great events in one! – Saturday 10 June – 11:00am to 4:00pm
This event will feature a wonderful array of street and artisan foods for sale, fun-filled western-style entertainment and, an ever-popular dog show.
There will be western-themed games such as a rodeo bull, ‘tin-can alley’ and ‘cactus’ hoopla. There will also be a bouncy castle assault course, pony rides, and entertainment in the central arena all day, including Lindy Hop dancing and a magic show.
Register on the day to parade your perfect pooch in the Dog Show from 3pm!
Last year a record number of over 5,000 people enjoyed the Wild West themed fun and the fantastic food on offer.
The Crystal Palace Overground Festival – Monday 12 to Sunday 18 June all around the Crystal Palace area. 90% of the events during this family friendly arts and culture festival are FREE; including the big park event now in Crystal Palace Park on 17 June with 10,000 festival revellers expected.
Highlights of the 2017 programme include:
– A favourite band of the 90s, 00s and now, Morcheeba headline the main stage on 17 June – don’t miss the dulcet tones of Skye Edwards. It’s all part of the process!
– Lemn Sissay, the official poet for the London Olympics, headlines the Spoken Word & Comedy Tent on 17 June
– Kianja, a finalist in the Mayor’s GIGs competition and guest artist with the Jazz Warriors, headlines the Youth Takeover Stage on 17 June
– Dr Alex Paterson of The Orb presents Kompact Sounds and Balearic Beats with Nancy Noise and DJ Dadaist on 16 June
– Temujin Gill and Sunanda Biswas, from the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony creative team, perform and invite you to throwdown (dance) on 17 June in the park
– Sian Evans (Kosheen) and long-term writing partner Ron McElroy (DJ Fresh) perform new work and their substantial back catalogue on 17 June.
There’s tons more to see and do with events all week from 12 – 18 June including; live music, theatre, visual arts and crafts, spoken word, comedy, storytelling, community activities, sports, amazing food and drink, vintage shopping plus much much more! Free entry for all on 17 June – see the full programme at crystalpalacefestival.org
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