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Special Guest hosted by Plantain Papers

WHEN: Tuesday 23 April, 7:00pm – 10:00pmWHERE: The Ministry, SE1 1DNCOST: £10.50. Tickets available here. Other audience members are invited to share anything from their party trick, to act, to declare love or anything. The stage is theirs. If you make it along you’re promised an unpredictable and fun evening. Get tickets here.

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The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Based on the short story by F Scott Fitzgerald, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button tells the story of a man born in unusual circumstances. Despite appearances, Benjamin is not nearing the end of his life – but instead, is just beginning it. He longs for freedom and adventure but is instead trapped inside a body in which he doesn’t …

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Illuminated Spring at Elephant Park

The clocks have gone forward and we’re all stretching from our winter hibernation into British Summer Time – so we’ve collaborated with the great creative team at Emergency Exit Arts to put on a spring spectacular for all Elephant and Castle residents. To celebrate the changing of the seasons, growth, change and new life, everyone is welcome to visit a …

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Celebrate Japan with South Social Film Festival

WHEN: 18.00 – 22.30, Saturday 6 April 2019WHERE: Moving Pictures Cinema, 42 Newington Causeway, London, SE1 6DRCOST: Film and music £20 | Concessions £15 | Film, music and food £30 South Social Film Festival is London’s home for international independent films. This April it is celebrating Japan with a special event at the Moving Pictures Cinema, located within Mercato Metropolitano, …

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Award-winning play, The Rubenstein Kiss, at Southwark Playhouse

WHEN: Thursday 14 March 2019 to Saturday 13 April 2019WHERE: Southwark Playhouse, 77-85 Newington Causeway, SE1 6BDCOST: £22 per ticket | £18 concessions Head to Southwark Playhouse between Thursday 14 March and Sunday 13 April to see a new production of acclaimed drama The Rubenstein Kiss, a play by James Phillips. The production tells the story of the Rubensteins, a deeply …

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ZARA outdoor theatre – art goes alfresco

WHEN: Friday 10 and Saturday 11 May 2019, 8pm to 10.15pmWHERE: Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park, Lambeth Road, London SE1 6HZCOST: £8 each or £28 for four people If you’re searching for something a little different, look no further! For two days in May, Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park will be transformed into a huge outdoor theatre for the whole family to …

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Draper Together – inspiring children in Elephant & Castle

The two-hour sessions, held every Saturday from 3pm, are backed by Southwark Council and are hosted by tutors with experience in a range of arts including animation, dance and singing. Draper Together’s aim is to bring different communities and groups together through events and activities – building “a stronger community through social regeneration… and acting as a bridge between the …

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Hej Monthly Quiz

Fancy yourself a Quiz Master or a black-belt of general knowledge? Hej Roastery in Elephant and Castle hosts a quiz night on the first Monday of every month.  Team sizes are limited to 6 people, so bring 5 of your friends and take part. With cash, coffee and merchandise prizes up for grabs, it’s not to be missed. Hej Roastery …

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Barrel and Blues @ Diogenes The Dog

A vibrant night of acoustic Blues, led by Artie and Jake Zaitz (prominant musicians at both Scarfes Bar and Ronnie Scotts). Music starts at 7pm and wraps up towards 9pm in the cellars. The space is an intimate and cosy spot for live music and wine lovers. Diogenes the Dog is an independant wine bar in Elephant and Castle, offering …