What’s on at the Club tomorrow
Tomorrow will be Round 2 of the Colour Print Competition to be judged by June Sharp.
Next Thursday (23 November) will be a presentation by Ian Brash and Pat Couder entitled “PIMS”.
Next week is also hand in for Round 2 of the Mono Prints Competition
To those scoring a 20 in Round 2 of the PDI Competition
Chris Murray”s “Orangery” and “Wall of Peace” and Cheryl Morris’ “Pure Gold”
Advanced: Paul Lehane’s “Crepuscular Rays” and “Railtracks”; Vera Stevens’ “Bookworm” and “Room with a View”; Czech Conroy’s “Crested Lark with Food” and Paul Whitmarsh’s “Chips n Dip”
What’s on Soon
The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2017 – Opening 16 November 2017
Tickets with donation: £6 (Concessions: £5)
The leading international competition, which celebrates and promotes the very best in contemporary portrait photography from around the world. The selected fifty-seven images in the exhibition, many of which will be on display for the first time, explore both traditional and contemporary approaches to the photographic portrait whilst capturing a range of characters, moods and locations.
Bromley Santa Dash – Sunday 19 November – 2:00pm
The Santa Dash is a fun, festive, family orientated event over a 2km course starting at Queensmead Recreation Ground and finishing on Bromley High Street. The 2017 Santa Dash is sure to be a highlight of the Bromley town centre Christmas parade and light switch-on.
Hamleys Toy Parade, Regent Street – Sunday 19 November 11:00 am – 4:30 pm
Hamleys annual parade will give families a chance to see their favourite toy characters in the Parade from 11am, with opportunities to meet from 1pm. Magic Radio will be joined by Basil Brush as they take to the stage as special guest hosts. Many more of the best loved characters from TV and Film will be parading along Regent Street, together with marching bands, dancers and toy vehicles.
Skylight – Rooftop on Tobacco Wharf, Wapping
London’s most imaginative rooftop destination will be transformed for the winter. Have a skate on London’s first rooftop ice rink, try your hand at ice hockey shooting, or sample street food, fondue and festive tipples with a blanket at this wintery rooftop playground. Entry to Skylight is free.
Harry Potter: A History of Magic – British Library, Euston on now and until 28 February 2018
Those who remember reading ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ when it was first published may well be aghast to discover that was a whopping 20 years ago – yes, the global phenomenon that is the Boy Who Lived is officially two decades old. The British Library are pulling out all the stops on this celebratory exhibition, modelling each room around a Hogwarts subject. Just don’t fall asleep in the Divination room.
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