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[ SE1 Direct ]    

Issue 39 | 30 March 2001

An email update from the Bankside Press team


Apologies for the extended interval since our last
email update. We hope to be able to resume our normal
schedule now, with bulletins every 7-10 days.

And congratulations to the winners of our Gladiator
competition in issue 38. The response was phenomenal -
thank you to everyone who entered the competition.
We're working on more exclusive competitions and offers
for our email subscribers, so watch this space. And if
your business or organisation would be interested in
running a promotion or competition for SE1 Direct's
subscribers, do get in touch with us.

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

* April issue of "in SE1"

* This weekend in SE1

* In the London SE1 Forums


[ April issue of "in SE1" ]

The April issue of our monthly what's on publication is
now available for download in Adobe Acrobat format
(PDF) at

Printed copies will be distributed through all the
usual channels next week.

There's a lot happening this month - here are some of
the highlight's from this month's issue:

- Nelson Mandela to visit Southwark
- Festival of Britain: 50 years on
- Shakespeare's Birthday
- Church launches consultation on Octavia Hill estates
- North Lambeth Library progress

Plus reviews of My Fair Lady at the National, Goya's
Drawings at the Hayward Gallery, Auberge Bar/Restaurant
in Waterloo and the Comedy Cavern at the Shakespeare

All that and more - see


[ This weekend in SE1 ]

If your plans for a weekend away from London have been
disrupted by the foot-and-mouth crisis, there's plenty
going on in SE1.

Why not visit the Museum of the River Thames, the final
installment of the Museum Of series at Oxo Tower Wharf?
See for details.

And the new visitors' centre and exhibition at
Southwark Cathedral is well worth a visit. See
for details. And check out the *March* issue of "in
SE1" for details of a special offer valid until

On Sunday a free exhibition opens in the foyer of the
Royal Festival Hall, celebrating the 50th birthday of
the world-famous concert and arts venue.


[ In the London SE1 Forums ]

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

- Does anyone know of a good cleaning agency?
- Best places for sunday lunch in SE1
- London Bridge Tower - why be afraid?
- Acorn Homes & Bermondsey
- Churches in Bermondsey
- Hot dog vendors on the South Bank
- Elephant and Castle regeneration
- The Drome goes and what do we get? Another car park 

To get involved, visit


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