East London Line storytelling events


Cherry writes:

We’ve just published a book Stations, www.arachnepress.com/books/stations which has a story for each station on the East London Line. We are organising free readings at each station to celebrate the launch.

Each event will feature stories inspired by the location, read by local authors. The most local events already planned include:





Canvas & Cream
18 London Road, Forest Hill, SE23 3HF
Wednesday 28th November 2012, 7-9pm
FREE
Peter Morgan (Forest Hill), Jacqueline Downs (Crystal Palace), Paula Read (Honor Oak), Joan Taylor-Rowan (Anerley), Andrew Blackman (Sydenham) read by Cherry Potts
Join us for stories of a strange don-like creature haunting a station, a local museum that houses more than exhibits, homelessness and home baking, a lesson on the birds and bees, and a missed chance at love.

Library Deptford Lounge
Giffin Street SE8 4RW
Thursday 29th November 2012 7-8.30pm
FREE (but booking required via Albany 020 8692 4446)
David Bausor (New Cross), Rosalind Stopps (Brockley), Paula Read (Honor Oak), Joan Taylor-Rowan (Anerley), Adrian Gantlope (Surrey Quays) , Ellie Stewart (Wapping), Bartle Sawbridge (Shadwell), Katy Darby (Shoreditch High Street)
Join us for a whirlwind tour of the Overground by way of a foreign student’s first taste of South London, a brief encounter at Brockley, homelessness and home baking, a lesson from the birds and bees, transience by the Thames, failing to learn from beetles and film makers in East London. 

Hills & Parkes Deli
49 Honor Oak Park SE23 1EA
Wednesday 5th December 2012 6pm
Paula Read (Honor Oak Park), Cherry Potts (Rotherhithe) plus others to be confirmed
Get your teeth into stories of homelessness and home baking, rats, tunnels and the invasion of King Canute 

St Hilda's Church Hall, Courtrai Road
Plus join Raise The Roof to learn and sing FOLK CAROLS with LESTER SIMPSON of  Coope Boyes & Simpson. Saturday 1st December 12.45-5.15, advanced booking required tickets £25
cheque: made payable to The Singing Body flat 6, 43 Lyncroft Gardens NW6 1LA

1 comments:

Mb said...

Brockley will feature the "Tale of Lou" it's a take on the emperors new cloths except when Lou points out that the ELL is useless he's stoned to death for his heresy.

I've bought 12 tickets.

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