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Free event: Computer skills with Digital Draper

Want to learn more about your computer? Unsure on how to get started, or want to grow your knowledge? Then Digital Draper is the place for you. One of the many events community group Draper Together puts on from its hub at Draper Hall, Digital Draper helps Elephant and Castle residents with their tech on a weekly basis.  It is …

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Free trial street dance classes for children

WHEN: Every Friday, 6pm – 7.30pmWHERE: 29a Amelia street, SE17 3PYCOST: Varied – first class is free, booking required Street dance style specialist Upside Down Dance Academy is giving children and young people aged six to 118 the chance to learn how to dance while building their confidence by competing, performing and making new friends. Held on Fridays in Elephant …

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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 …

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Event Now Passed: The London Spanish Book & Zine Fair

The London Spanish Book and Zine Fair is the first fair of its kind in the United Kingdom showcasing books and fanzines in Spanish. LSBF aims to generate a place for promotion and recognition of literature written in Spanish (bilingual/English) generating new links between authors, publishers and new audiences in the UK while at the same time serving as a …

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Event Now Passed: Bee Urban at Lambeth Open Art Weekend

The exhibition is bringing together artists who are inspired by the natural world and the life of the honey bee. There will also be a live observation hive present so everyone can take a peek, buy local honey and candles. The artwork will be for sale at affordable prices with money raised being split between the artist, and also support …

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Event Now Passed: South Social Celebrates China

South Social Film Festival is a hub for diversity, inclusion and emerging talents. This time they are partnering with the Chinese Visual Festival to celebrate a very complex country, China. The evening will comprise of networking and getting to know other enthusiasts. A dance performance by Lucia Tong of Pangea Arts. A film screening of ‘Dead Pigs’ – a picture …

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Event Now Passed: EMERGENCE

London College of Communication’s Design School staff and students are collaborating with their partners to present exhibitions and events from the 14th of September to the 16th of October. These events are to explore the role of design in achieving goals of sustainable production and consumption, biodiversity, inclusiveness, social cohesion and environmental sustainability. Emergence refers to individual parts of a …

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Event Now Passed: ‘Albion in Flames’

The Albion Mill was the world’s first steam-powered flour mill and London’s first great wonder of the Industrial Revolution. Since the middle of the 18th century London’s population had grown from three quarters of a million to well over one million people and they needed bread The Albion, which was situated at the south of Blackfriars Bridge, quickly became the …