Maiden lane Community Centre, in conjunction with Westminster Kingsway College and Camden Community Radio, set up a formal weekly evening class in radio sound editing. Some of its students have recorded, produced and edited the features in this magazine programme.
Spare Tyre Theatre Company by Vicky Lee Vicky Lee
Poetry of Norway by Lucy Waterhouse
Arise TV – the African AlJazeera by Mainga Bhima
Mainga reflects on the place of Choral Singing in her life – Hanna
Who Plays Squash at Maiden Lane Community Centre – Roberta
Presented by: DJ Rudeboy P. Tosh
The class re starts Monday 15th April. Follow the links to MLCC and CCRadio below to find out more or email email@example.com
Lucy Waterhouse talks with local photographer and poet Angela Inglis about the two books she has published. ‘King’s Cross: A Sense of Place’ traces the stories of local people who resisted some of the proposed schemes. ‘Railwaylands – Catching St Pancras and King’s Cross’ records places that are no more as well as the transformation in progress.
Edited by: Lucy Waterhouse
Camden People’s Theatre is now recruiting to the programme for its Festival Sprint 2013. It is also accepting applications for the ‘Starting Blocks’ programme which suppports lone performers and theatre groups in developing performance of their work. Closing date is Friday 23rd November 2012.
Camden People’s Theatre is at 58 Hampstead Road, NW1
Read by: Angela Inglis
Recorded & edited by: Marian Larragy
Although the English Romanic painter, Constable, is associated with Suffolk, he actually lived for some time in Hampstead and was inspired by views of the village and the Heath. Marking the 200th anniversary of his first visit to the area, Rebecca Lodge and Ashley Hannebrink are curating the Constable and accompanying exhibition, ‘Imaging and Imagining Hampstead Heath’, at Burgh House. Seven original works have been loaned by the Victoria and Albert Museum and the associated exhibition is supplemented by a series of talks and walks.
Tom Boyle talked with the Curators at Burgh House & Hampstead Museum, which is at: New End Square, London, NW3 1LT
Opening times: 12-5pm – Wednesday to Friday and Sunday. FREE entry. Duration: 10 October to 7 April. Email: info@BurghHouse.org.uk, Tel: 0207 431 0144
Package by: Tom Boyle
Black lesbian feminist poet Audre Lorde framed political struggle for a generation of women in Europe and USA. It is difficult to overestimate her legacy. To mark twentieth anniversary of her death, Fringe Film Festival 2012 screened ‘Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years 1984- 1992’. The response to the film highlighted the importance of Lorde’s legacy. Denise O’Connor and Betiel Baraki have captured some of the atmosphere for us.
Presented by: Betiel Baraki
Interviews by: Denise O’Connor
Reading of her own introduction: Sarah Ahmed
‘A Litany for Survival’ read by: Sarah Ahmed