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Issue 43 | 4 May 2001

An email update from the Bankside Press team

>> I N   T H I S   B U L L E T I N 
* What's on this week

* Hic! The Entire History of Wine - Abridged

* SE1 in the news

* Southwark Mysteries update

* This week in the London SE1 Forum


[ What's on this week ]

From Friday 4 May:
Communicating Design - new exhibition at the Design
Museum exploring the use of design to communicaste
information about products, companies or ideas. See

Saturday 5 May:
Cantamus - concert of early music at Southwark
Cathedral - see

Saturday 5 May:
Organon - concert of organ music at St George's
Cathedral - see

Sunday 6 May:
The Surgeon, the Cadaver and the Resurrectionist -
lecture at the Old Operating Theatre, Museum and Herb
Garret - see

Until Sunday 6 May:
Argentina Architecture 1880-2004 - exhibition at
[email protected] - see

Wednesday 9 May:
Southwark Childcare First - Jobs and Training Fair at
the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, 10am-5pm - find
out about opportunities for working with 0-16 year olds
in Southwark and meet novelist Malorie Blackman -
details from 020 7525 5043/234

Wednesday 9 May:
Piano recital at St George the Martyr Borough High
Street in aid of the church restoration fund - see

Until Saturday 12 May:
The River Walk - paintings of the Thames riverside by
Rutger Jan Bredewold at the Tom Blau Gallery - see


[ Hic! The Entire History of Wine - Abridged ]

The Wine Wharf wine bar in Stoney Street, part of the
Vinopolis complex, will next week provide the setting
for three performances of Julian Curry's one man show
Hic! The Entire History of Wine - Abridged, described
as "a light-hearted history of wine and wine-making". 

Julian Curry's television credits include Rumpole of
the Bailey and Kavanagh QC.

Performances start at 7.30pm on Tuesday 8, Thursday 10
and Friday 11 May, and tickets are 20 from 0870 241


[ SE1 in the news ]

The London Television Centre was evacuated on Friday
morning due to a bomb threat - full story on Ananova:


[ Southwark Mysteries update ]

SE1-based poet and playwright John Constable will be
performing again on Saturday: 

Crow's Nest @ The Den of Enlightenment 
Imperial Gardens, 299 Camberwell New Road, SE5 
11pm-6am 10 (concs 6)

John Constable (aka John Crow) conducts a visionary
voyage to the heart of the Den of Enlightenment,
performing shamanic raps and ritual dramas from The
Southwark Mysteries. 

The secret history of Southwark - as revealed by The
Goose, a medieval whore of The Liberty, her bones
unearthed when the Jubilee Line Extension dug up the
Crossbones graveyard. A vision of healing and
transformation - the Spirit in the flesh, the Sacred in
the profane, Eternity in time...


The Southwark Mysteries, published last year by Oberon,
is available from


[ This week in the London SE1 Forum ]

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

Building over green space at the Bricklayers Arms

May Day in SE1

Coronet Cinema at Elephant - plans get the go-ahead

Bridget Jones's Diary - spot the SE1 locations

Pub in Hercules Road

Nice pub being forced to closed down in SE16

Bermondsey Market

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