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CategoryArts and creative activities
31Wilton RoadAbbey WoodLondonSE2 9RH
The Abbey Arms Rock Pop Choir is a friendly bunch of fun loving adults that get together to sing great rock/ pop songs with a choir twist. We are very informal - no audition needed, just come and join in! You do not need any previous experience to join us, We sing from a lyric sheet. We DO NOT charge term fees. You just pay £4 when you attend and your first taster session is free. Rock and Pop examples of our songs include: Shirelles, Justin Bieber, The Script, Erasure, Sia, R.E.M., Foo Fighters, Ah-Ha, Beatles, Rolling Stones, Daft Punk, Abba, Elbow, Monkees, Bee…
Abbey Wood Community Group4 Knee HillLondonSE2 0YS
The Abbey Wood Community Group now has over 30 groups using the premises. The centre is open seven days a week, and an average of over 850 people come into the centre during any given week. Users range in age from under 5s to over 90s, and come from a large diversity of ethnic backgrounds. Abbey Wood Community Group Activities
The Woolwich CentreWellington StreetLondonSE18 6HQ
Enjoy. Create. Learn. Our weekly afternoon group for adults meets on Wednesdays from 1.30pm. Colouring, crafting, drawing, learn to stitch and sew. We'll provide everything you need. Throughout the year local artists and creators from the local community will also hold workshops.
2-6 Sherard RoadElthamLondonSE9 6EX
The Men's Shed concept originates from Australia and brings together older, isolated men in a space with which they are comfortable. They can socialise and carry out activities that bring benefit to the local community and charities. We are currently running our Men in Sheds project in the London Boroughs of Bromley and Greenwich. Sheds in Greenwich are located in Eltham and Woolwich Dockyard. Activities include recycling second-hand materials into gardening containers, trugs, bird tables and boxes. Men can meet up to use their existing skills, learn new skills,…
Unit 7a, Mellish Industrial EstateHarrington WayLondonSE18 5NR
AirCraft Circus Academy is a unique circus education and community space. We specialise in circus shows but also work with dance, theatre companies and individuals. AirCraft Circus Academy are committed to transforming ability and accessibility in circus arts within the UK running a range of circus and aerial performance classes and workshops for adults, children and SEND. Please see our website for further information.
Douglas Way.Deptford.LondonSE8 4AG
The Albany aims to provide: An artistic and community resource where diversity and creativity flourish. A space where new talent is nurtured and exposed to ideas from across the world. High quality creative experiences relating to the communities we serve. A creative centre for learning within the community, contributing to the cultural, social and economic benefit of South East London. Based in the heart of Deptford, the Albany is a performing arts centre with a history stretching back to the nineteenth century. Over the last few years, we have emerged as a new type of arts…
Avant-Gardening is a socially-engaged arts and environment project aimed at engaging all sectors of the community with environment, communication and sustainability issues through art, gardening and community engagement. Young and old alike will come together to unleash their creativity in thought-provoking but fun workshops and activities. Avant-Gardening aims to solicit the community's creative responses to their shared environment; the public spaces they interact in and their inter-personal relationships. Communities come together to rethink…
The Old BathsBathwayWoolwichSE18 6QX
Home of the Bathway Theatre Network, Bathway Theatre sees relationships formed between artists in the professional community and staff and students at the University of Greenwich. The public programme includes both student and professional productions. A current community project - What About Us - is working to embed the venue in the local community.
Better run a wide range of leisure services across the UK including the Royal Borough of Greenwich. We promote healthy and active lifestyles, giving communities access to facilities that help improve their health and happiness. It could be gyms, libraries, playgrounds, even huge, world-class venues: we have a great variety. To find out more please go to our website.