Wednesday, 11 July 2012

smashing time coming up

After a couple of weeks of intensive baking, we're handing over the floor to actor Gill Stoker at next week's meeting while we sit back and relax.  Gill will be giving us a 45 minute performance on the life of composer, suffragette and general firebrand Ethel Smythe.  We meet Ethel Smythe towards the end of her life when she is attempting to sort through a box of 'junk" with each item bringing back memories of her life and career. The action will be next Tuesday 17th July, as usual at St Margaret's House, 7.30pm for an 8pm start.  Tea and coffee will be available, but do feel free to bring along refreshments or a bottle to share.

We'll also be  trying a new venue for our coffee morning on Friday 20th July.  We'll be at the Carmelite Cafe in the Nunnery (Bow Arts) at 183 Bow Road E3 2SJ (opposite St Mary's Church).  We'll meet at 10.30 as usual.  You can walk to the Nunnery from Bow Road or Bow Church DLR (turn right along Bow Road) or buses 25, 405 and 225 all stop outside. Director Rosamund Murdoch will be coming along to our evening meeting, so you'll have an opportunity to find out a bit more about what's going on at the Nunnery too.

No smashing of windows please.

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