The Gender Agenda Exhibition
Mar
8
to Apr 9
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The Gender Agenda Exhibition

Despite a history of art in which women are merely passive subjects, for several decades gender equality has remained one of the most relevant political art concerns of our time and continues to radically challenge social, cultural and political norms as they relate to who a man or a woman is.

The Gender Agenda explores the concept of fluidity and freedom with a display of images that may be disturbing and confrontational, but also challenging what constitutes sexual prejudice. It puts the spotlight on people’s duty to ‘perform’ gender in a way that meets or plays with social expectations of gender, sexuality and identity.

Opening Soirée ☞ 8th of March @6 to 9pm

W3 Gallery

185 High St, Acton, London W3 9DJ

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Pitzhanger Manor opening exhibition: Anish Kapoor
Mar
16
to Aug 18
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Pitzhanger Manor opening exhibition: Anish Kapoor

  • Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The newly restored Pitzhanger Gallery has marked its place as a major cultural venue, with the inaugural exhibition featuring a series of sculptures by Anish Kapoor.

Photographs can’t do this series of curving and disorientating mirrored sculptures justice. The clarity and immersive nature of the dizzying pieces, literally turn the newly restored setting on its head.

The Gallery was good before, it’s world-class now! Congratulations to everyone who’s been involved in the entire project. It really is a showstopper and has added yet another jewel to our mighty suburban Queen’s crown.

Anish Kapoor (b.1954 in Mumbai) has lived and worked in London since the early 1970s. One of the most influential sculptors of his generation, his invention of sculptural language and form has constantly challenged the way we view the world. Large-scale commissions include Marsyas (2002), for the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern, Cloud Gate (2004) in Chicago’s Millennium Park, Leviathan at the Grand Palais, as part of Monumenta (2011) and Orbit (2012) at the Queen Elizabeth Park London.

Anish Kapoor, 16 March 2019 – 18 August 2019, Pitzhanger Gallery

Tickets for Anish Kapoor will be on sale from February 2019.

Portrait of Anish Kapoor ©Philippe Chancel  Image source -  pitzhanger.org.uk/

Portrait of Anish Kapoor ©Philippe Chancel

Image source - pitzhanger.org.uk/

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Handmade in Ealing x Sipsmith chocolate pairing workshop
Mar
22
7:00 PM19:00

Handmade in Ealing x Sipsmith chocolate pairing workshop

Soane’s Kitchen present the latest in our series of exclusive events celebrating the best in artisan food and drink.

Join local chocolatier Lucy Savage from Handmade in Ealing Chocolate & Confectionery for an unforgettable evening experiencing the wonderful flavours and flavour combinations of chocolate and gin pairing with Sipsmith.

Paired with Lucy’s choice of single origin chocolate from around the world and her own handmade fine ganache bon bons, we guarantee you will discover tastes like no other.

Starting with a Sipsmith gin and tonic welcome drink and a range of canapés supplied by the Soane's Kichen team, you’ll then learn about the fascinating world of artisan chocolate before learning how to taste chocolate and understanding how it pairs well with gin. You’ll then roll your own gin truffles, adding typical gin botanical inclusions, which you’ll then package to take away. Lucy’s gin bon bons will available to buy at the end of the evening.

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The Spring 'In Cahoots' night market
Mar
23
to Mar 24

The Spring 'In Cahoots' night market

Come & join us again for our 7th "in cahoots" night market on Saturday 23rd March! From 4pm - 8pm (but feel free to stay longer and enjoy the tunes, bar & food until 9pm!)

There will be a great selection of 12 market stalls to browse and pick up some unique gifts including jewellery, art, candles, kids fashion, home accessories, and much more! As usual we will have some delicious street food on offer for you! The insanely good KILLA waffles & Pink Oven (Indian & Pakistani cuisine) will be there in, plus some homemade cakes and puddings by Let Em Eat Cake!

We have fantastic kids entertainment to keep your little ones busy - glitter tattoos, face painting plus 'Design It Yourself' will be holding workshops where your kids can design their own baseball caps with glitter and stencilling.

Disco Paradiso will be DJ'ing as always - bringing us a bit of disco and soul to sing & dance along to! Love those guys! Always creates a perfect atmosphere in the market! :)

We'd love to see you all so come on down, don't miss the fun, bring your family & friends and support our local event! :)

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Musical Bottomless Brunch at Soane's Kitchen
Mar
24
12:00 PM12:00

Musical Bottomless Brunch at Soane's Kitchen

Back by popular demand, Soane’s Kitchen are excited to welcome the The Big Sing gospel choir for another sell-out bottomless brunch.

Guests will enjoy a delicious two-course brunch with bottomless prosecco whilst listening to a background gospel choir singing some of the best nineties, noughties and current chart hits within Pitzhanger Manor’s stunning walled garden.

On the menu: a selection of pastries, homemade granola with seasonal compote, smashed avo on sourdough toast and poached eggs on sourdough with smoked salmon and bottomless prosecco, of course!

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Sunday pop-up at W7 Emporium
Mar
31
12:30 PM12:30

Sunday pop-up at W7 Emporium

We are very pleased to announce the much loved former Red Lion (Ealing) and Six Bells (Brentford) Sunday roast is returning!

Our new venue for pop up roasts is the wonderful W7 emporium, Hanwell. w7emporium

We so far have three dates booked in which will be Sunday March 3rd, followed by Mother’s Day and Easter Sunday.

Expect the usual fantastic Sunday roasts, all freshly made with real homemade gravy, unique homemade nut roast and a selection of the best cuts of meats inside a beautiful local venue!

Special treats and surprises will follow for all the mums out there and Easter egg hunts for the children come Easter Sunday.

We will work on a booking only basis and due to the nature of the pop up will have to be cash only to begin with.

We look forward to seeing some of the regular faces! Please help spread the word!

facebook.com/Sunday-pop-up-W7-Emporium-560720381060487/

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Blind Wine Quiz
Apr
2
7:30 PM19:30

Blind Wine Quiz

We’re kicking off our 6th season of events with our favourite quiz. Our blind wine quiz is so much fun & you do not need to be an expert, just enjoy wine - it’s a multiple choice wine tasting! However, for those of you that wish to test your knowledge, expect some curve-balls, a few classic favourites & some unexpected gems!

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Gin-spired supper with Sipsmith at Soane's Kitchen
Apr
4
7:15 PM19:15

Gin-spired supper with Sipsmith at Soane's Kitchen

Join us at Soane’s Kitchen to sample Sipsmith’s range of gins and hear the story of two great friends, who in 2007 embarked on a mission to bring gin of uncompromising quality and character back to the city where it first earned its name.

We will be creating a delicious 3-course gin-spired menu, each course paired with one of Sipsmith's fabulous gins. Sandy will teach you all about the gins and why they work so well with the dishes we will be presenting to you.

So come on over to our beautiful restaurant, situated within the walled garden of Pitzhanger Manor where light fills the room and enjoy an evening of beautiful British food and British gin at their best.

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Sugar and Spice Flea Market
Apr
6
11:00 AM11:00

Sugar and Spice Flea Market

Sugar and Spice flea market is an exciting west London market showcasing makers and collectors.

Stalls include vintage homeware, collectable books, fashion, jewellery, handmade gifts, artisan chocolate and lots more. Complete with a tearoom serving cakes and savouries. Dogs are very welcome too. A great day out for all the family.

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Macrame Plant Hanger Masterclass at Soane's Kitchen
Apr
9
6:30 PM18:30
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Macrame Plant Hanger Masterclass at Soane's Kitchen

Bring some creativity into your life and join us at Soane’s Kitchen for a special macrame masterclass and learn how to make a beautiful plant hanger for your home.

Macrame artist Isabella will teach you everything you need to make a gorgeous plant holder to take home; plus you’ll enjoy a refreshing welcome drink and delicious canapés to fuel your creations.

Whether you’re a knot newbie or macrame master, Isabella will be on hand to show you the processes step-by-step; all materials are provided. Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment!

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Easter wreath masterclass with Rebel Rebel Flowers
Apr
11
6:30 PM18:30

Easter wreath masterclass with Rebel Rebel Flowers

Join us at Soane's Kitchen for a beautiful Easter themed floral wreath masterclass with the team behind the well known florist, Rebel Rebel. Before the workshop begins, you will enjoy a refreshing welcome drink followed by delicious canapés.

You will be making beautiful and fresh Easter wreaths with a range of all of the season’s goodies. We will construct it from scratch with a circular base of the most interesting twigs and vines such as textured clematis vines or dogwood in all its glorious colours and witch hazel.

We will demonstrate how to add a selection of fresh lovely things like spring bulbs, vibrant green mosses, spring foliages, blossoms and herbs like rosemary and a choice of dried items such as feathers, little eggs, cones and anything else that’s suitable to the time of year.

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FoxMarketW7
Apr
13
1:00 PM13:00

FoxMarketW7

Handmade and vintage shopping brought to you by some of the best local designers, makers and collectors.

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Seedlip non-alcoholic cocktail class at Soane's Kitchen
Apr
17
7:00 PM19:00

Seedlip non-alcoholic cocktail class at Soane's Kitchen

The worlds first non-alcoholic spirit brand Seedlip and Soane's Kitchen are teaming up to put on a fab night of delicious canapés with a special cocktail workshop.

Seedlip, the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit, will host a non-alcoholic cocktail masterclass at Soane's Kitchen. You will hear all about the Seedlip story, whilst sipping on a Seedlip and tonic and enjoying canapés whilst learning how to make your very own shrub to take home and create your own cocktails.

eventbrite.co.uk/e/seedlip-masterclass-with-soanes-kitchen-tickets-54910703392?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

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Sunday pop-up at W7 Emporium
Apr
21
12:30 PM12:30

Sunday pop-up at W7 Emporium

We are very pleased to announce the much loved former Red Lion (Ealing) and Six Bells (Brentford) Sunday roast is returning!

Our new venue for pop up roasts is the wonderful W7 emporium, Hanwell. w7emporium

We so far have three dates booked in which will be Sunday March 3rd, followed by Mother’s Day and Easter Sunday.

Expect the usual fantastic Sunday roasts, all freshly made with real homemade gravy, unique homemade nut roast and a selection of the best cuts of meats inside a beautiful local venue!

Special treats and surprises will follow for all the mums out there and Easter egg hunts for the children come Easter Sunday.

We will work on a booking only basis and due to the nature of the pop up will have to be cash only to begin with.

We look forward to seeing some of the regular faces! Please help spread the word!

facebook.com/Sunday-pop-up-W7-Emporium-560720381060487/

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Ealing Repair cafe: Clothes Repair & Making
Apr
29
7:30 PM19:30

Ealing Repair cafe: Clothes Repair & Making

Lucy and Mary will be at Northfield Community Centre from 7.30 until 10 for a make do and mend clothing and textile evening.

Come and share a cuppa and bring repair projects, alterations, clothes or fabric for inspiration and advice. Last time we made button holes, repaired lot of holes by patching and sewing.

Please bring along some small change (depending on how many turn up up to a suggested 2.50 pound donation) to cover hire of room and tea and coffee.

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T.S Eliot
May
1
7:30 PM19:30

T.S Eliot

Not just for Eliot fans!

This will be a night of poetry, conversation & wine, but there will be some audience participation - in the form of a soundtrack. We’re asking each of you to choose a track based around the 4 elements that our hosts for the evening can perform over… & because you’re trusted to do such a good job at choosing a track, we’re including a glass of wine with your ticket price.

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Switchback charity supper club at Soane's Kitchen
May
2
7:15 PM19:15

Switchback charity supper club at Soane's Kitchen

Soane’s Kitchen have teamed up with rehabilitation charity Switchback for a fantastic evening of delicious food, created and prepped by young men from the Switchback programme.

Our exciting supper club collaboration with Switchback gives young prison-leavers the opportunity to gain invaluable work experience whilst showcasing their culinary talent.

As you know, Social Pantry is proud to employ ex-offenders and supports young offenders’ rehabilitation. Why not be a part of this and join us at Soane’s Kitchen for a unique evening and enjoy a stunning 3-course dinner with a social conscience.

About Switchback

Without skills and work experience, nationally, 49% of people leaving prison reoffend within a year, but for Switchback Trainees this figure is just 8%. FACT.

Social Pantry plays a valuable role in changing the lives of these young men, providing them with opportunities to be part of society and live a life without crime.

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Inside the Amazon
May
7
7:30 PM19:30

Inside the Amazon

This will be an enlightening & truly fascinating evening. Anthropologist & documentary film maker Dr. Howard Reid talks us through his two years living in the Brazilian Amazon, the people, his studies & the politics.

“This is of course a pretty radical departure from the ‘official’ versions of national history but is unquestionably true. We should remember that a little over 500 years ago the WHOLE of the Americas –North, Central and South – were in indigenous hands"

Howard is an anthropologist and award-winning Documentary film maker. He lived with nomadic forest people in the Brazilian Amazon from 1974-76 and on completing his PhD in 1979 he joined BBC Bristol as a researcher for an anthropological film series. He received EMMY honors for his work on the BBC/PBS TV Series The Story of English and a Golden Gate Award for his film about the Tuareg of the Sahara. In all he has made more than 30 documentary films and written 6 best-selling non-fiction books. He is currently Chair of the RAI Film Committee.

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Brentford Festival
Sep
1
12:00 PM12:00

Brentford Festival

'Always held on the first Sunday in September in Blondin Park, this popular event is free to enter and is a community engagement day for all the family.'

brentfordfestival.org.uk

facebook.com/BrentfordFestival/
https://twitter.com/BrentfordFest

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BEAT (Art Trail) 1st weekend
Sep
6
to Sep 8
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BEAT (Art Trail) 1st weekend

'We are Ealing’s first ever Art Trail. Our main event takes place over two consecutive weekends in September each year and enables the general public to see and buy some of the unique artwork being created by local artists right on their doorstep.'

6th-th and 13th-15th September.

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BEAT (Art Trail) 2nd weekend
Sep
13
to Sep 15
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BEAT (Art Trail) 2nd weekend

'We are Ealing’s first ever Art Trail. Our main event takes place over two consecutive weekends in September each year and enables the general public to see and buy some of the unique artwork being created by local artists right on their doorstep.'

6th-8th and 13th-15th September.

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Ealing Half Marathon 2019
Sep
29
9:00 AM09:00

Ealing Half Marathon 2019

Our aim is simple, to organise and manage a fully road closed mass participation race to raise a surplus which is ploughed back into community projects.

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Exclusive preview of Beatrice von Tresckow's SS19 collection
Mar
21
7:30 PM19:30

Exclusive preview of Beatrice von Tresckow's SS19 collection

Soane‘s Kitchen is teaming up with the wonderful duo, Beatrice & Fredi behind the beautiful brand, Beatrice von Tresckow, to invite you to an exclusive preview of their SS19 collection where you will be treated to an evening of welcome fizz, delicious canapés and entertainment.

Beatrice von Tresckow, and Berlin based daughter Fredi, showcase their colourful and ageless SS19 collection. Building on 25 years of designer experience, this collection looks to the future with their sumptuous, elegant, and opulent range.

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Ealing Farmers Market
Mar
16
9:00 AM09:00

Ealing Farmers Market

  • Leeland Road London, England, W13 9HH United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

From 9am-1pm every Saturday, Leeland Road in West Ealing is closed to traffic and transformed into a bustling marketplace, where fresh produce takes centre stage.

Coming direct from farms and makers, the colourful selection includes fruit, vegetables, salads, meat, eggs, cheese, juice, hot beverages, preserves and bread. Aside from this great range of produce, you can also speak to the traders who will share their production processes and passion for home grown products. Another great reason to shop locally.

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Ealing Repair cafe: Clothes Repair & Making
Mar
14
7:30 PM19:30

Ealing Repair cafe: Clothes Repair & Making

Ealing Repair Cafe for Clothes is booked for Thursday, 14 March.

Lucy and Mary will be at Northfield Community Centre from 7.30 until 10 for a make do and mend clothing and textile evening.

Come and share a cuppa and bring repair projects, alterations, clothes or fabric for inspiration and advice. Last time we made button holes, repaired lot of holes by patching and sewing.

Please bring along some small change (depending on how many turn up up to a suggested 2.50 pound donation) to cover hire of room and tea and coffee.

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Sugar and Spice Pop Up Flea Market
Mar
14
5:00 PM17:00

Sugar and Spice Pop Up Flea Market

Come along and enjoy a glass of wine and shop local. Stalls to include vintage homeware and gifts, jewellery, artisan chocolate, candles and lots more.

Held at the wonderful Moon and Maybe cafe in Ealing. Free entry.

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Lino Print workshop
Mar
9
2:00 PM14:00
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Lino Print workshop

Come and join me Claire for a lino print workshop. This is a beginners lesson and by the end of our time together you will have carved up an amazing piece of artwork onto lino and made an amazing print on a tote bag.

Please bring any inspirations along with you to draw or help yourself to my temp plate.

Only 10 places available.

Tickets are £25 which includes all tools and materials. Plus Tea & coffee provided.

To book a place please email me at cauvache@hotmail.com

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Meet the Artist - Bruce McLean
Mar
9
1:00 PM13:00
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Meet the Artist - Bruce McLean

Enjoy a rare afternoon in the company of celebrated British conceptual artist Bruce McLean this spring.

Hear him talk about the techniques and inspirations behind a stellar 50-year career - as well as his newest experimental prints and ceramics on show at For Arts Sake in Bruce McLean, 'Gardenworks'.

Head to the gallery from 1-5pm for the chance to meet an icon of the contemporary art world as well as an exclusive viewing of his vibrant and stunning new exhibition.

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Ealing Farmers Market
Mar
9
9:00 AM09:00

Ealing Farmers Market

  • Leeland Road London, England, W13 9HH United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

From 9am-1pm every Saturday, Leeland Road in West Ealing is closed to traffic and transformed into a bustling marketplace, where fresh produce takes centre stage.

Coming direct from farms and makers, the colourful selection includes fruit, vegetables, salads, meat, eggs, cheese, juice, hot beverages, preserves and bread. Aside from this great range of produce, you can also speak to the traders who will share their production processes and passion for home grown products. Another great reason to shop locally.

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Sherry supper with XECO at Soane's Kitchen
Mar
7
7:15 PM19:15

Sherry supper with XECO at Soane's Kitchen

Soane's Kitchen are teaming up with contemporary sherry brand, XECO, to bring you a delicious sherry-inspired menu.

Sherry... Isn’t that what grannies drink? Isn’t that what Uncle Monty drinks? Isn’t that what they put in trifle? Well yes but it's also the next big drinks trend to hit the UK so we're excited to welcome the experts from XECO to lead you down a tasty path of indulgence with welcome canapés followed by a three-course menu and refreshing, modern sherry pairings for each dish.

Who knows, perhaps that simple but highly sophisticated drink you’ve been looking for all your life - that next-level "She & T" that’s been eluding you each evening - has been under your nose the whole time?

Known for our sell out supper clubs, enjoy a fresh, seasonal and DELICIOUS dinner served with style and crisp sherry pairings. Whether you end up dancing on the table or just rolling home full, we'll make sure you have a great evening to remember! So what are you waiting for? Pull up a pew and join the table.

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Sunday pop-up at W7 Emporium
Mar
3
12:30 PM12:30

Sunday pop-up at W7 Emporium

We are very pleased to announce the much loved former Red Lion (Ealing) and Six Bells (Brentford) Sunday roast is returning!

Our new venue for pop up roasts is the wonderful W7 emporium, Hanwell. w7emporium

We so far have three dates booked in which will be Sunday March 3rd, followed by Mother’s Day and Easter Sunday.

Expect the usual fantastic Sunday roasts, all freshly made with real homemade gravy, unique homemade nut roast and a selection of the best cuts of meats inside a beautiful local venue!

Special treats and surprises will follow for all the mums out there and Easter egg hunts for the children come Easter Sunday.

We will work on a booking only basis and due to the nature of the pop up will have to be cash only to begin with.

We look forward to seeing some of the regular faces! Please help spread the word!

facebook.com/Sunday-pop-up-W7-Emporium-560720381060487/

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Ealing Farmers Market
Mar
2
9:00 AM09:00

Ealing Farmers Market

  • Leeland Road London, England, W13 9HH United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

From 9am-1pm every Saturday, Leeland Road in West Ealing is closed to traffic and transformed into a bustling marketplace, where fresh produce takes centre stage.

Coming direct from farms and makers, the colourful selection includes fruit, vegetables, salads, meat, eggs, cheese, juice, hot beverages, preserves and bread. Aside from this great range of produce, you can also speak to the traders who will share their production processes and passion for home grown products. Another great reason to shop locally.

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Black Tudors
Feb
28
7:30 PM19:30

Black Tudors

The stories of ten Africans and their paths through Tudor and Stuart England are traced in this fascinating new book, in which Dr Miranda Kaufmann uncovers a rich array of detail about their daily lives and how they were treated.

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Bruce McLean, 'Gardenworks'
Feb
28
to Mar 17
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Bruce McLean, 'Gardenworks'

Acclaimed British conceptual artist Bruce McLean presents an exciting new exhibition of ceramics and limited edition silkscreen works inspired by the shifting light, shapes and movement of his Spanish garden.

As well as sculptural and pottery pieces, ‘Gardenworks’ will feature the Scottish-born artist’s newest monoprints with hand-painted and collage elements, alongside the original, one-off collaged sketches for his ceramics - which will be available for sale.

Collated from a decade of work originally provoked by the energy and colour of his wife Rosy’s carefully tended garden at the couple’s home in Menorca, these works burst with his trademark vibrant colour palette and wry humour.

“The garden is like a moving sculpture,” says McLean. “I sit and look at it – the light trickling through, the shapes and funny forms changing with the light, and as the wind moves stuff. That’s where it comes from. It’s not so much that the work is inspired by the garden as that it soaks into me.”

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Knitting Workshop
Feb
23
11:00 AM11:00
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Knitting Workshop

Learn to knit!

Come along for an introduction to knitting with Dani. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to learn but not known where to start. Or maybe you have half a scarf languishing in a cupboard and want to pick up your needles again. This will be a fun and friendly session, aimed at beginners and new knitters. You’ll come away knowing the basic stitches and being well on the way to knitting your own mug cosy to keep.

£10 with materials provided to take home
£7.50 if you’re bringing your own wool and needles (size 4mm-6mm)

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Ealing Farmers Market
Feb
23
9:00 AM09:00

Ealing Farmers Market

  • Leeland Road London, England, W13 9HH United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

From 9am-1pm every Saturday, Leeland Road in West Ealing is closed to traffic and transformed into a bustling marketplace, where fresh produce takes centre stage.

Coming direct from farms and makers, the colourful selection includes fruit, vegetables, salads, meat, eggs, cheese, juice, hot beverages, preserves and bread. Aside from this great range of produce, you can also speak to the traders who will share their production processes and passion for home grown products. Another great reason to shop locally.

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Yoga & brunch at Soane's Kitchen
Feb
23
8:30 AM08:30

Yoga & brunch at Soane's Kitchen

Soane's Kitchen are joining forces with brilliant yoga instructor Tori King to bring you a brand new series of invigorating yoga classes followed by a delicious breakfast made exclusively for guests. Come and join us for an uplifting and energising start to your weekend...

What's included?

  • 1 hour long Vinyasa Flow yoga work out

  • Fresh smoothie

  • Tea/ coffee

  • Homemade granola yoghurt pot

  • Avocado on toast with poached egg and feta

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George's Supper Club
Feb
22
7:15 PM19:15

George's Supper Club

Don’t miss the inaugural Supper Club hosted by George Hampson! With a seasonal plant based menu George has been inspired by the Soane's kitchen garden to create a variety of dishes to fire up your taste buds. The menu will be partnered by a handpicked wine list from which you and your guests can order from. You won’t be disappointed as you enjoy another unforgettable Friday night at Ealing’s newest and most exciting venue.

Tickets cost £45 per person and will include:

  • Signature Cocktail on arrival

  • Handmade Canapés

  • A delicious 3 course sharing style dinner, inspired by the Soane's walled kitchen garden

  • Tea & Petit Fours

  • DJ and dancing (on the tables?)

Book Now as places are limited!

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The Time Travel Club: 'Say Cheese!': Portraits from the past
Feb
21
10:30 AM10:30

The Time Travel Club: 'Say Cheese!': Portraits from the past

A picture is worth a thousand words...or so the saying goes. What can portraits from the past tell us about peoples' lives? Probe our archives to discover the stories behind the smiles. Then, star in your very own Victorian portrait, complete with a frame designed by you.

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Domesday in the Public Record
Feb
20
6:30 PM18:30

Domesday in the Public Record

Our earliest public record, Domesday, is a truly iconic document and has held a special place in the public imagination since it was written over 900 years ago.

Dr Jessica Nelson, Medieval Records Specialist at The National Archives, will focus on Domesday’s life over the past nine centuries; its uses, and anecdotes from its later life in the Public Record Office, all through the lens of our documents.

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Ealing Farmers Market
Feb
16
9:00 AM09:00

Ealing Farmers Market

  • Leeland Road London, England, W13 9HH United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

From 9am-1pm every Saturday, Leeland Road in West Ealing is closed to traffic and transformed into a bustling marketplace, where fresh produce takes centre stage.

Coming direct from farms and makers, the colourful selection includes fruit, vegetables, salads, meat, eggs, cheese, juice, hot beverages, preserves and bread. Aside from this great range of produce, you can also speak to the traders who will share their production processes and passion for home grown products. Another great reason to shop locally.

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Make a Soane's Kitchen Garden Candle
Feb
15
7:00 PM19:00
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Make a Soane's Kitchen Garden Candle

Make a Soane's Kitchen Garden Inspired Candle and enjoy some delicious canapés from Soane's Kitchen whilst sipping on a refreshing welcome cocktail.

The Workshop

The candle making workshop will last for 1.30 -2 hour and will be hosted by Lucy Heale, Founder of the The London Refinery and the team behind the beautiful restaurant Soane's Kitchen. You will be greeted with a refreshing welcome drink and some delicious canapés to set you up before the candle workshop begins.

Natural Fragrance and Candle Making

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Rival Queens: Kate Williams
Feb
14
7:30 PM19:30

Rival Queens: Kate Williams

Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots’ rivalry is one of history’s most famous family feuds. Delve into the extraordinary lives of these respective queens as told through Kate Williams’ book Rival Queens: The Betrayal of Mary, Queen of Scots.

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Alternative Valentines date night: pasta making masterclass
Feb
14
7:00 PM19:00

Alternative Valentines date night: pasta making masterclass

The perfect introduction to the art of pasta making with a love-themed masterclass at Soane's Kitchen.

Join us at Soane's Kitchen pasta making masterclass with the experts at Pasta Evangelists. In this Valentine's Day special, learn how to make two types of novelty, love-inspired pasta by hand, taught by our expert sfoglina Livia from Roma who has been making pasta since the age of four! Each guest will receive complimentary aperitivo and nibbles on arrival, as well as a box of our beautiful sauces & garnishes to take home for the ultimate romantic Valentine's feast. Now that's amore!

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Ealing Music and Film Festival 2019
Feb
13
to Feb 17

Ealing Music and Film Festival 2019

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Returning for its seventh year the acclaimed Ealing Music & Film Festival celebrates Ealing’s cultural heritage with a delightful array of music from classical to Jazz and blues alongside an eclectic film line up.

Free and paid for events will be happening across Ealing at venues including the University of West London, St Barnabas Church, The Brentham Club, St Mary’s Church and The MetFilm School.

The festival launches at lunchtime on 13th February with a free concert at St Mary’s Church, performed by renowned pianist Emilie Capulet and The Household Guards’ Wind Quintet, to include Poulenc’s vibrant Sextet. In the evening there's a free screening of films by the talented students of UWL and MetFilm School.

On 14th February at 7.30pm the London Mozart Players and violinist Tasmin Little will perform Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Roxanna Panufnik’s World Seasons and the music of Vivaldi, Elgar and Tchaikovsky at Weston Hall, University of West London.

On 15th February the Ealing Youth Orchestra, conductor Leon Gee and members of the London Mozart Players are joined at St Barnabas Church by 2018 BBC Young Musician of the Year, Lauren Zhang, to perform Prokofiev’s Second Piano Concerto; and more.

On the evening of 15th February, 7pm at University of West London, there'll be screening in association with Ealing Classic Cinema Club of the iconic Quadrophenia. The same evening at 8pm, we present in association with Ealing Eclectic Musicspace and Ealing Club CIC, a spectacular Jazz and Soul night with Louise Marshall and The Brethren at The Brentham Club, W5 1NP.

Saturday 16th February brings a keenly anticipated performance of Dvorak’s New World Symphony and Khachaturian’s Masquerade Suite by the West London Sinfonia and conductor Philip Hesketh; they are joined by local actor Christopher Kent as narrator in a hugely enjoyable murder mystery, Nathaniel Stookey’s The Composer is Dead.

The final day of the Festival, Sunday 17th February, brings two short afternoon concerts at the University of West London’s Weston Hall to round off the Festival. From 3-4pm the Love2sing Choir conducted by Elizabeth Lusty will perform a selection of popular songs, followed at 5pm by showcase performances by students from the London College of Music and its Junior College.

University of West London, Weston Hall, St Mary's Road, Ealing W5 5RF
St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, Ealing W5 1QG
The Brentham Club, 38a Meadvale Road, Ealing W5 1NP
St Mary’s Church, St Mary's Road, Ealing W5 5RH

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