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[ SE1 Direct ]     

Issue 80 | 6 May 2002

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

* SE1 News and Events

* SE1 news from around the Web

* In the London SE1 Forum


[ SE1 News and Events ]

Tuesday 7 May
7pm at Southwark Local Studies Library, 211 Borough
High Street; free
An introduction to the Southwark Local Studies Library
collection and the library's services with some of the
more unusual and interesting items on display.

Tuesday 7, Thursday 9 & Saturday 11 May -
2-5pm at Florence Nightingale Museum, 2 Lambeth Palace
Road; Mon-Fri 10am-5pm (Sat & Sun 11.30am-4.30pm);
£4.80 (conc £3.60)
A close look at nursing at St Thoması Hospital and in
the local community through film footage. St Thoması
Hospital was moved to its current site and opened in
1871, Florence Nightingale was involved in planning the
design of the new building.

Tuesday 7 to Thursday 9 May
11.30am at Museum of Garden History, Lambeth Road; free
Free tour of museum for local residents as part of
Local History Week.

Thursday 9 May
6.30pm at the Calder Bookshop, 51 The Cut; £3 (conc £1)
One of this countryıs foremost contemporary playwrights
leads a discussion on the nature and meaning of his
work, with actors and directors who have worked on his
plays, and readings by Ian McDiarmid and Julia Tarnoky.

Thursday 9 May 
7pm at the Franklin-Wilkins Building, 150 Stamford St
Meeting for residents.

Thursday 9 to Saturday 11 May
10am-6pm (Thu 8pm); The Old Vic, The Cut
Information on more than 40 proposed projects in the
area are available in this exhibition organised by the
South Bank Employers' Group and the Waterloo Project

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[ SE1 news from around the Web ]

Every week we trawl the web for news stories and
features on SE1 people, places and organisations.

Arts-based radio station launches in SE1 (Guardian)

Frogmore to split County Hall roundabout site?

Thriller on the river - the new City Hall (Observer)

Review of live music at Southwark station (Guardian)

Southwark Cathedral memorial service for Ben Hollioake

Modernism's twin peaks: Matisse Picasso at Tate Modern

Champor-Champor in the Evening Standard

Seen an interesting SE1-related article? Let us know by
emailing [email protected] and we'll link to it

[ In the London SE1 Forum ]

Some of the topics raised in recent discussions on our
forum at

- Aga Khan's plans
- Tai Chi
- Clubbing
- St John's Churchyard regeneration
- Where to hold a party?
- Looking for Doctor Faustus on video
- SE1 Hair and Beauty, Bermondsey Street
- Live Music?
- May day marches
- Need Nail Salon
- Riverside Bus

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events on offer at the South Bank Centre, the Royal
National Theatre and the National Film Theatre that we
do not have the resources to cover in our publications.
Check out these websites for full details of what's on:

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