What’s on at the Club tonight
Glyn Bareham will be presenting his “An Alternative View”. It is also hand in for Round 2 of the Colour Print competition.
Next week (20 November) is Round 2 of the Colour Print Competition to be judged by John Nathan.
What’s on this Weekend
When it comes to London’s traditional events, this is one of the biggies, referenced in Pepys’s diaries and in works by Canaletto and Hogarth. Given that in 2015 it will celebrate its 800th year, you can be sure we’re in for something even more spectacular than usual. The procession will fill the three-and-a-half mile stretch between Bank and Aldwych from 11am until around 2.30pm as more than 7,000 performers from all over the world fill the streets with marching, music, dance, acrobatics, colourful costumes, horses and plenty more besides. A river pageant will set off near Westminster Bridge at 8.30am, floating downriver to pass through Tower Bridge at 9.25am, and a spectacular riverside fireworks display will take place at 5.15pm. From 3pm City of London Guides will be leading free walking tours to keep the crowds entertained in the lull between procession and fireworks.
Audio Visual Competition to be judged Gerald Kitiyakara LRPS – Saturday 14 November at Hailsham Civic Community Hall, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham BN27 2AX. Doors open 9:30am for 10:00am start. Tickets cost £8.50 for both observer and entrant tickets with Tea/Coffee/Biscuits/Programme. Free Parking.
Eyeskate at the London Eye – Opens 14 November
Winter’s here so it’s time to wrap up warm and get your skates on! Eyeskate at the London Eye is one of the first festive ice rinks to open in the capital this season. Situated on the festive South Bank and overlooked by one of London’s most iconic landmarks, this open-air ice rink has plenty of wow-factor.
PAGB Advisory day – Sunday 15 November at Detling Village Hall, Maidstone. As mentioned in an earlier Newsletter there were only 50 spaces available, but if you’re keen to attend do email Jane Puncher for more information via email@example.com.
Bromley’s big Christmas light switch-on – Sunday 15 November 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Kick-starting with giant stilt walking Christmas belles and bouncing elves, 1,000 free goodie bags to giveaway (subject to availability), entertainment from local dance group N1 Dance and Lighthouse Chapel International Choir, your chance to win £1000 intu gift card from giant Confetti Cannons and a dramatic entrance from Santa. To top this all off Strictly Come Dancing winner and TV star Tom Chambers will be switching on the Christmas lights at 4pm!
to those members scoring a 20 in Round 2 of the PDI Competition
Preliminary/Intermediate – “Dressed to thrill” by Horst Schlewinski, “The Tackle” by David Soars and “Rock Anemone” by Paul Tipping
Advanced – “Taking the Rough With the Smooth” by Vera Stevens, “Smoking Break” and “In line for Autumn” by Paul Lehane, “Lighting the Way” by Paul Whitmarsh, “High Heels” by Bob McCoy, “Diwali Greetings” by Peter Ergis and “Light from Yonder Window” by Betty Deshmukh.
It’s not too late to reserve your place for the Club’s Christmas Dinner at Cow & Pig. If you would like to join us please sign your name on the list on the Noticeboard at the Club.