What’s on Soon
Partial Lunar Eclipse – Tonight
The moon will start to become visible over the horizon from 9pm, but the eclipse will not be visible at that time as it’s too close to the horizon. Realistically it’ll be visible from 10pm, and the maximum extent of the eclipse is due at 10:30pm.
During the eclipse, the moon will appear redder than normal.
It will completely finish by midnight. (The next total lunar eclipse visible in the UK is in 2022)
The Moon Festival – Friday 19 to Friday 26 July
This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s giant leap for mankind and there’s no better way to celebrate than at this lunar love in. The Moon Festival is a seven-night celebration with art exhibitions, live music, lectures, moonlit film screenings, night food markets, street parties and more. Look out for a keynote speech by author Margaret Atwood, a talk on the covens of witches up and down the country that worship the moon, a carnivalesque opening street party and lunar fiesta at Royal Museums Greenwich. More info at https://moonfestival.co.uk/events/
Open Rooftops: Coq d’Argent Restaurant & Bar (No 1 Poultry, E3 5GH)– Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July -12:00noon – 8:00 pm
The rooftop garden, originally designed by Arabella Lennox-Boyd, takes its inspiration from Corbusier’s Fifth Elevation, bold and formal. It sits high above the noise of the City, surrounded by a secret garden.
Lambeth Country Show (Brockwell Park, SE24 0PA) – Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July – 12noon – 8:00pm
You can expect all the attractions of a traditional country show plus much more too. Horticultural shows, sheep and owl displays, home grown vegetable and flower competitions, an abundance of craft and food stalls and our very own on site farm will be there for all to enjoy.
Music always plays a big part of the show too, featuring a mix of dub, Afro-beat, disco, jazz, folk, ska and soul. The Village Green stage will showcase an eclectic mix of local talent playing acoustic folk, choir, soul and pop, along with steel orchestras and samba bands. Our Main Stage hosts an array of local and international talent with funk, soul, disco and well known hits on Saturday. Sunday hosts Roots Day with ska, dub and reggae acts from across the globe.
Pettswoodstock Music Festival – Saturday 3 August – from 12 noon
Petts Wood Memorial Hall and Gardens. Advance tickets available at website £12.00 – at the door on the day £15.00
Seven Sisters Camera Club Members’ Exhibition – 3 and 4 August 2019 – 10.00am – 4:00pm
Displays, Camera Advice, Equipment, Marrutt Trade Stands, Refreshments, Free entry
St John’s Hall, Meads Street, Eastbourne, BN20 7QL
SINWAP (Society of International Nature &Wildlife Photographers) – photo competitions
Our Colourful World Photography Competition – Free to enter.
We invite all photographers to get involved and enter this month’s ‘Our Colourful World’ photography competition.
We would love to see all kinds of images depicting the colour that mother nature provides us across the globe. Whether it be the Aurora Borealis in the night sky or stunning bright wildlife. Enter here: http://sinwp.com/col-wor19/
A Traveller’s Tale Photography Competition – Free to enter.
In this competition we would love to see what you have captured whilst on your travels, whether it be the Taj Mahal, The Great Wall of China to the bustling streets of modern city life. Anything that shows the natural and man-made objects that cover this planet.
Enter here: http://sittp.com/tale19/
SINWP Bird Photographer of the Year Competition 2019 – Donation required.
We encourage you to enter this exciting photo competition and help raise vital funds for The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB).
The winner of the competition will win over £1000 worth of photographic prizes, as well as the prestigious SINWP Bird Photographer of the Year Trophy and Certificate.
The Bird Photographer of the Year in aid of RSPB competition is proudly supported by Aaduki Multimedia Insurance, PermaJet, The Societies of Photographers, SIM, Cotswold Mounts, LandscapePro and Theimagefile. Enter here: http://sinwp.com/bird/
PAGB e-News No. 233
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