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[ SE1 Direct ]     

Issue 55 | 19 October 2001

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

* News & Events

* Quick Snippets

* In the London SE1 Forum


[ News & Events ]

Find out about all the exciting Made in Southwark
events brought to you by Southwark Festival at
There's too much going on to mention it all here. Lots
of great half-term events for children.

Look out for a private fireworks display tonight at 8pm
near Tower Bridge, or watch it on the Livesights
ThamesCam at

Today, Saturday 20 & Apple Day Sunday 21 October
Friday 12 noon-6pm; Saturday 9am-4pm; Sunday 12noon-5pm
A three day event to celebrate English apples and other
foods that are in season or at their peak in the

Sat 20 October
JUMBLE SALE in aid of the St George the Martyr Borough
High Street Restoration Fund
11am at St Jude's School, Colnbrook Street

Saturday 20 October
WINE, WOMEN & SONG: Sacred and secular music from the
7.30pm at St John's Waterloo; Programmes 7 at the door
New Renaissance Voices, directed by Bruce Saunders
In aid of the Waterloo Breakaway Charity for Homeless

Monday 22 and Wednesday 24 October
BABY LOVE: daytime play for children at the National
11.30am and 2pm in the Olivier stalls foyer
A Japanese play about sibling rivalry and how to
overcome it, performed by Himawari Theatre. For further
details contact the National information line on 020
7452 3400.

Wednesday 24 October
6.30pm at Waterloo Action Centre, 14 Baylis Road 

Wednesday 24 October
SACRED SPACE with John Constable and friends
Meet 7.15pm, starts 7.30pm from Southwark Cathedral
(West Door) 5 (conc 3) Bookings: 020 7403 7400
John Constable and friends present poems, songs and
local legends from The Southwark Mysteries. The
performance begins with a brief tour of Southwark
Cathedral. Constable's narration links other sacred
sites around Bankside with its 2000-year 'Secret

Thursday 25 October
PROMOTING NEW WRITERS at the Calder Bookshop 
6.30pm at Calder , 51 The Cut
David Applefield, editor of the Paris-based literary
magazine 'Frank', and Michael March, director of the
Prague Writers' Festival, will discuss how they create
interest in new international writers. They will also
be reading from their own work. Admission will be 3
(1 concessions) which will include wine.

Thursday 25 October
7.30pm at Christ Church, Blackfriars Road
Speakers to include Jeremy Corbyn MP. Meeting organised
by Southbank Against the War.


[ Quick snippets ]

Royal Pharmaceutical Society to close museum service

Topping out at Waterloo Millennium Green Youth Centre

New river service for Waterloo Millennium Pier

National and RSC square up for theatre quiz


[ In the London SE1 Forum ]

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

Guy Fawkes Night

Homophbic abuse in Bermondsey

Research about South Bank

Tate Tower: what's the latest?

Cleaner and car parking

Bagels and jam factory

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