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Issue 12 | 10 July 2000

An email update from the Bankside Press team

Apologies for the long interval since our last mailing
- we've been busy moving in to our new office. Now that
we've got one phone line up and running we're able to
send out this bulletin!

>> T H I S   W E E K

[ Little Dorritt Park ]

Wednesday 12 July sees the official opening of the
Little Dorrit Park (off Borough High Street), one of
the green areas to benefit from the Bankside Open
Spaces Programme. The event (3-6pm) features face
painting, children's games, activities and


[ Davina's Landed at the Union Theatre ]

A 25th birthday. Six friends huddled together to share
the stories that made up their day. In all their
stories there is one recurring theme. A girl. A girl
they all know. A girl who disappeared two years ago to
the day and whose name no-one dares mention.



[ Generator exhibition at London College of Printing ]

Generator is the title of the exhibition for students
completing the Enterprise Management in the Creative
Arts (EMCA) one-year certificate course at The London
College of Printing, Elephant and Castle. The
exhibition will show the work of 15 artists from a
diverse range of creative backgrounds including	film,
fashion and costume, dance, community workshops,
cartooning, glass design, greeting cards, ceramics and
fine art.



[ Medical lectures ]

Two of SE1's medical museums have lectures on Wednesday
12 July. At the Florence Nightingale Museum Dr Louise
Selanders from Michigan State University highlights how
much modern nursing owes to Florence Nightingale's
innovative philosophies, whilst at the Old Operating
Theatre Dr Ann Dally will look at how gynaecology
became a medical speciality during the 19th century and
how experiments on women's bodies have contributed to
the advancement of surgery.



[ Force Fields at the Hayward ]

Opening on Thursday at the Hayward Gallery, this
remarkable exhibition brings together 40 pioneering
artists whose work uses movement, energy, space and



[ Southwark's Girls' Choir makes its debut ]

Southwark Cathedral's new Girls' Choir makes its debut
at Evensong on Thursday at 5.30pm. 


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