Happy Spring Break time to do those little unwelcome jobs/Culture consultation until April 24th

All will be considered equally when Lambeth gets the opportunity to collate and reflect on the feedback. By midnight April 24th you can still send your views :
Freepost RSYJ- KJAK-HUTC
Room 113
Brixton SW2 1RWo
Email: culture2020@lambeth.gov.uk
http://www.lambeth.gpv.uk/culture2020consultation
Other ways to be involved
Dates for your diary Saturday 1th April Waterloo Library ‘Borrow a book day’ Mass take out planned.
Wednesday May 20th Friends of Tate Library Brixton
Chance to meet local writers /poet/performers Sophie Herxheimer and Ravinder Randhawa who will give a talk on their work and importance Lambeth Libraries have had on their work and life and a post consultation feedback and social evening at Tate Library Brixton 7-9pm

Local talented people are busy and thank us for support

Football project social: JERRY DAMMERS (The Specials), WILL BANKHEAD and CHIEF COMMANDER YAAAAAABA

And we have a NEW venue in central Brixton…”Number 6″, Somerleyton Road, SW9 8ND – opposite Brixton market

and a TENNER (yes ONLY £!0) into the tin all of which will go directly to the fantastic Brixton ESHA* footy club for young people in the area.SATURDAY 9th MAY!

Kickstarter campaign

Antonio Ribiero  Thanks  supporters

Over the last week we trebled the number of supporters for our project. Whilst I am pleased at the way things have gone so far, there is still A LOT more we need to do in order to reach our target of £10K. So today, I had a light bulb moment: we have now entered into election mode and the themes of our film, I believe, strike a chord with many in the UK.

The housing crisis, immigration and mental health are dominant themes. I have lived in South East London for almost twenty-years and I have seen so many things changing, unfortunately for the worse: the rise in house prices, rents going sky-high for those who cannot afford to buy, a shortage of nursery and school places and a general lack of support for families who just happen to fall through the net.

http://www.e-s-h-a.co.uk/

News from Sixteen Feet and Brixton Community Base Coding sessions for 7+year olds

 First Draft –  2 free workshops happening at the Library next month.
http://www.sixteenfeet.co.uk/portfolio/first-draft-2015/ Screenplay writing competition or 2-5 characters, a special under 25 prize also. Great selection of winners last year.
To book you can either go to Eventbrite or info@sixteenfeet.co.uk

FIRST DRAFT – Guidelines

Provides an opportunity for aspiring and emerging writers to showcase new work. We welcome submissions from anyone who lives, works or studies in Lambeth.

There is a category for young writers of 21 and under.

The selected pieces will be rehearsed with a professional cast and director and staged as part of the Lambeth Readers and writers Festival on 5th and 6th June 2015 in the Brixton Tate Library.

  • Plays should be between 10-20 minutes duration.
  • Cast size should be between 2-5
  • Your piece must not have been previously staged or published.

Please submit your work in a pdf or word format to: info@sixteenfeet.co.uk

  • Include a short synopsis of the play (50 words).
  • Please make sure the pages are numbered.
  • Please complete an entry form which we will use for monitoring purposes only.

Writers deadline:  Midnight Thursday 23rd April 2015

Good Luck!

Download Entry Form  < Here >

Contact: Caroline Funnell on 07958 448690 or Jen Davis on 07718 254997

Also a reminder that Brixton Coder Dojo has a session on 4th April at Brixton Community Base – free programming for 7+ and families – again book on Eventbrite or info@brixtoncommunitybase.org
Happy Easter
Caroline Sixteen Feet