Late Summer and Autumn Activities at the Serpentine

Late Summer and Autumn Activities at the Serpentine

The Serpentine is packed full of exhibitions, architecture, sound commissions, family activities, outdoor art, talks, food, music and more, all to explore for free this summer and autumn. Discover the work of British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor in the highly acclaimed exhibition James Barnor: Accra/London at the Serpentine North Gallery until the 24th October. Then, from...

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The Coronet Theatre presents the world premiere of THE LODGER by Robert Holman – 10 September-9 October 2021

The Coronet Theatre presents the world premiere of THE LODGER by Robert Holman – 10 September-9 October 2021

“I can’t undo what’s been said. My world changed this morning. I hope for the better, but we’ll see in the future.” The World Premiere of a cathartic and acerbic new play by influential playwright Robert Holman, whose play A Breakfast of Eels was produced at The Coronet Theatre in 2015. The play...

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Democracy went to work

Democracy went to work

  Democracy went to work on June 18th this year at Chesham and Amersham. The Conservative party lost a 16,000 majority to the Lib Dems. The overwhelming reason for voters’ dissatisfaction with the government was not muddled Covid restrictions, not inadequate response to the climate crisis, nor behaviour incompatible with...

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Retreat: withdraw from the world to remember the world

Retreat: withdraw from the world to remember the world

Withdraw from the world so you can remember the world. Seek respite, silence, and the clarity that only aloneness can offer. Go find a sacred space where your experience of selfhood can expand without touching another’s, even for just twenty-four hours. What happens in this simple refuge, what unfurls in...

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History of the Anti-Vax Movement

History of the Anti-Vax Movement

The anti-vax movement has existed for as long as vaccines have. Vaccine sceptics exist across the globe; critiquing vaccine science and promoting not using them. It should be noted the group doesn’t include people who are exempt from vaccines for medical reasons. Vaccines trace their origins back to ancient China...

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Walk for Parkinson’s – Kensington Gardens

Walk for Parkinson’s – Kensington Gardens

Event Details:  Date: 22 August 2021 Time: Start 10:00 Location:  Kensington Gardens from the Physical Energy Statue About the event Join us for a Walk for Parkinson’s in the picturesque Kensington Gardens and help raise vital funds for people affected by Parkinson’s. Enjoy a beautiful summery August Sunday and take...

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A History of the Anti-Vax Movement

The anti-vax movement has existed for as long as vaccines have. Vaccine sceptics exist across the globe; critiquing vaccine science and promoting not using them. It should be noted the group doesn’t include people who are exempt from vaccines for medical reasons. Vaccines trace their origins back to ancient China...

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Where can I get vaccinated?

Where can I get vaccinated?

You can now go to several pharmacies to get your Coronavirus vaccination. These are the Medicine Chest, Bramley Chemist, Golborne Pharmacy and Bayswater Pharmacy. Find out how to book and what vaccine is available. You can also get vaccinated at the Science Museum, which is open 9am to 7pm, you can book...

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£3 toll could be introduced on Hammersmith Bridge

£3 toll could be introduced on Hammersmith Bridge

Motorists could be charged £3 to cross Hammersmith Bridge in order to pay for its repair. The 134-year-old cast-iron bridge was closed to all users in August 2020 after cracks in its structure worsened during a heat wave. Hammersmith and Fulham Council have now suggested a toll should be introduced...

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