What's on in London
September 27th 2009
Some events coming up in the next couple of months:
Good news for soup runs! On Wednesday 8th February the new London Soup Run Forum (which we have reported on from day one) are meeting again. A large number of runs and interested parties will be present, and we'll go along to see what's said.
A student conference on homelessness will be held on Saturday 18th February at Imperial College London, South Kensington. It aims to inform and educate students currently unaware of homelessness issues, and to foster best practice/ share ideas within student-run homelessness projects. Timetable for the day:1000-1100: Introduction, statistics and statutory provision; 1100-1230: Debate - ‚Äö?Ñ??This house believes that soup kitchens propagate street homelessness in London'; 1230-1330: Lunch; 1330-1500: Project talks and stalls/ networking/tea; 1500-1600: Conclusion: overview of recent developments and the way forward. Interested? Then get in touch with Sara at email@example.com.
Highlights of the Capital Arts programme are: Tues 07 Feb, 'Government Ministers: Truth or Spin?' NPG; Fri 10 Feb, 'Landscapes of Feeling' Wallace Collection; Tues 14 Feb, 'Colour: Josef Albers' Tate Modern; Fri 17 Feb, 'China: The Three Emperors' RA Tues 21 Feb, 'Tom Hunter: Photographs' National Gallery; Fri 24, 'Shadow Puppets' Theatre Museum. To book ahead for any of these e-mail CapitalArts@aol.com or call Jennifer Burnham on 07985 411 458.