What’s on at the Club tomorrow
Tomorrow will be Round 2 of the PDI Competition to be judged by Steve Lawrenson.
Thursday 2 November is a presentation by Mike Farley LRPS entitled “On Photography”
Thursday 9 November is a Members’ Evening, which will be split into two; Julie Langman will show some of her work and there will also be images from the recent Northumberland trip. It is also hand in for Round 2 of the Colour Print Competition.
Thursday 16 November is Round 2 of the Colour Print Competition to be judged by June Sharp.
Next Club Outing- Saturday 28 October
Will be to visit Folkestone where their Triennial is taking place. Those going to Folkestone by train should meet at Bromley South Station at 8:30 am. We will take the 8.39 train, which arrives at Folkestone at 10:21 with a change at Ashford International. Those travelling independently should meet us at Folkestone Central Station at 10:30. Steve will lead a tour of the Triennial exhibits, which will add to the town’s regular photogenic opportunities. Please let him know if you are joining us. For more info take a look at their website. www.folkestonetriennial.org.uk.
Christmas Dinner – Thursday 14 December at 7:30pm
We will be having our Christmas dinner this year at Assos Restaurant, which is at 226 High Street, Bromley (quite close to the cinema). The cost per person is £20 and a £10 deposit will be required by the end of October. Paul and Madeleine will collect names and deposits at the Club over the next few weeks. They will also need menu choices by the end of October.
To those who scored a 20 for Round 1 of the Mono Print Competition.
Improvers: “Folkestone Solitude” by Chris Murray
Advanced: “White Steps and Gate” by Betty Deshmuhk
What’s on soon
Paddington’s Pop-Up London – 23 October to 3 December 2017
Five fun installations featuring Michael Bond’s much-loved bear are appearing at iconic landmarks and attractions across London. Pack your marmalade sandwiches and set out to meet the world’s favourite Peruvian explorer, sharing your photos along the way using #PaddingtonsPopUp for the chance to win cool prizes. The pop-up book installations can be found at Paddington Station, Peter’s Hill (near St Paul’s Cathedral), Bankside/Tate Modern, More London and Peninsula Square.
Day of the Dead Event – Saturday 28 October
Frances Forrest who is the Bromley BID Manager (Business Improvement District) is wondering whether anyone from the Camera Club might be interested in taking some shots at Bromley’s Day of the Dead event this Saturday in Market Square from about 1:30pm to about 9:00pm.
Close ups of excited faces from the crowds, with signed consent forms (which we’d provide) so we can use the photographs in our publicity, and of the mariachi band, pumpkin carving/painting, orchestra, fire eaters and finally our team of four branded Night Ambassadors at 21.00 hours.
They could pay reasonable expenses and would give credit for any images they use.
Festival of Fire and Light at Wembley Park – Saturday 28 October – Free
Inspired by two different traditions – a very British celebration, Guy Fawkes Night, and a South Asian one, Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights. Historically Brent has paid host to both and Festival of Fire and Light brings the two traditions together over a one-day event, that will feature the Tastes of Asia Food Market, a lantern and carnival processions as well as street theatre and music. The day will see the awesome Mobile Homme by Transe Express, collaborating with London’s finest, the Dhol Academy with a spectacular firework finale that will light up the night sky over Wembley Stadium. Find out more by visiting the London Mela website
Halloween events in London
See a scarier side to London this Halloween, with our guide to the spookiest things to do in the capital on and around 31 October. From haunted venues and bone-chilling attractions, to special Halloween tours and gripping family events plan your Halloween in London with our roundup of gory ideas and horrifying activities.
Regent Street Motor Show – Saturday 4 November 1:30 – 4:00 pm – Free
The Regent Street Motor Show is the largest free-to-view motor show in the UK, showcasing an impressive 125 years of motoring history. Celebrating the earliest days of motoring with the pre-1905 veteran cars on display as part of the EFG International Concours d’Elegance. On the day of the Show, Regent Street will be closed to through traffic from Oxford Circus to Piccadilly Circus.
And don’t forget the clocks go back one hour overnight this coming Saturday/Sunday.
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