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[ SE1 Direct ]    

Issue 30 | 1 December 2000

An email update from the Bankside Press team

>> I N   T H I S   B U L L E T I N 

* in SE1 - December issue

* Lars Nittve at the Institut Francais

* Vauxhall Cross Scheme open evening

* Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood

* This week in the London SE1 Forums


[ in SE1 - December issue ]

It's December, and time for another issue of "in SE1",
our monthly printed guide to what's happening in the
SE1 area. Copies will be winging their way to
subscribers very shortly, with copies appearing in all
the usual outlets across the area over the next few

But why wait when you can download a copy right now


[ Lars Nittve at the Institut Francais ]

Those who have been following the phenomenal success of
Bankside's Tate Modern may be interested to hear the
director Lars Nittve talk about the seven months since
the opening of the landmark gallery. The event takes
place at the Institut Francais in SW7 on Tuesday 5
December. Call 020 7225 4800 for details.


[ Vauxhall Cross Scheme open evening ]

All local businesses and residents are invited to
attend a public open evening on Wednesday 6 December
from 6.30pm at Oval Cricket Ground, Kennington, Oval.
There will be a presentation at 7pm with a detailed
display of all parts of the scheme. You will be able to
meet representatives from the Project Team



[ Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood ]

Described as "a very silly pantomime with lots of songs
and nuns", Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood is on
at the New Arch Theatre underneath Waterloo station
between 6 and 9 December at 7.30pm. There's a matinee
at 3pm on Saturday. Box office 020 8543 8383. Tickets
should also be available on the door.

A map showing the location of this hidden theatre can
be found at


[ This week in the London SE1 Forums ]

Some of the topics raised in recent discussions on our
message boards:

- London Bridge Tower - the debate continues
- Save Borough Market campaign
- Hotel Druzhba in Southwark Bridge Road
- Empty buildings in London Road and Borough Road
- Elephant & Castle commuter consultation?
- Is it art? - part 2
- Living and working in Waterloo

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