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Get together and create - Mosaic Making with Gazelli House
Aug
15
6:00 PM18:00

Get together and create - Mosaic Making with Gazelli House

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Spend the evening exploring your creative side with like-minded people in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Hosted by creative Naomi Hutton, each of our Get Together & Create evenings focuses on a different artistic technique or craft. Naomi will be on hand to teach you new techniques, help you out and share her expert tips. 

This month Gazelli House’s in-house creative Naomi Hutton will show you how to escape the stresses of modern life and bring focus to the mind through the ancient art of mosaic making.

All art materials will be provided and you’ll leave with your own handmade mosaic.

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ABOUT GAZELLI HOUSE

A wellness space nestled in the heart of South Kensington’s Walton Street, Gazelli House offers an immersive and extensive experience, created to energise, engage and enlighten. Where treatments go beyond the treatment room, to heal and inspire through the senses. Gazelli House is a home that gathers together like-minded people, challenging guests to stretch intellect and imagination with thought provoking events and wellbeing concepts. Centred throughout this three-tiered townhouse, Gazelli offers guests the tools to enrich every aspect of their wellbeing, from skincare and massage to nutrition and mindfulness.


The Merit Club members receive a %10 discount off this event.


Date: THURSDAY, 15th AUGUST, 6:00PM – 8:00PM

Venue details:  GAZELLI HOUSE, 174 WALTON STREET, SW3 2JL

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The Science of Banknotes
Jul
16
7:00 PM19:00

The Science of Banknotes

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Hosted by The Royal institution

In November 2018, the Bank of England asked the public to nominate a scientist to be the next face of the £50 note. Join us to explore how science will be celebrated on the final note in the first series to be issued on polymer. Sarah John, Chief Cashier, will then explore the modern science needed to stay one step ahead of banknote fraud.

The talk will be 45 minutes long to allow time for attendees to explore exhibit items bought by the Bank of England. 


About the Speaker

Sarah John joined the Bank of England as a graduate from Cambridge in 1999. She has undertaken a wide variety of roles in relation to monetary policy, financial stability and markets – most recently as Head of Sterling Markets Division. As Chief Cashier and Director of Notes, Sarah is responsible for the production of high quality, secure notes which the public can use with confidence.


Timings

The doors will open at approximately 6.30pm, with a prompt start at 7.00pm.

Latecomers will be admitted to the gallery.


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Date: Tuesday, 16th July 2019

Location: The Royal Institution of Great Britain, 21 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4BS

Investment: Members pay ££12.80


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ExpeRience: The science of music
Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

ExpeRience: The science of music

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Hosted by The Royal institution

The Royal Institution is alive with the sound of music.

Start the evening with physicist and musician Mark Lewney as he explores if physics and neuroscience really can explain music. Then wander around in our building and take part in hands-on activities and science demonstrations. Delve into auditory hallucinations and DNA sonification, discover how to make music using fruit and fire, and sing your heart out in our pop-up karaoke tent. You'll then be able to capture your memories of the evening using the Momentous photo booth Gif Booth for free.  

 This event is strictly for those aged 18 and older. 

What to expect?

The doors will open at approximately 6.30pm, with a prompt start at 7.00pm. There will be time for questions after the talk.

Latecomers will be admitted to the gallery.

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Date: 10th July 2019

Location: The Royal Institution of Great Britain, 21 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4BS

Investment: £10 ( £6 saving )


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Glitter Lettering Workshop
May
15
6:30 PM18:30

Glitter Lettering Workshop

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Glitter, typography, girl power slogans and cocktails. What more do you really need?! 

Enjoy a fun workshop with illustrator Salome Papadopoullos where you will be able to make your own custom A2 glitter word art, and while you create your glitter sign you'll get to sip on a FREE yummy cocktail! 

No creative ability necessary, everyone is welcome! All materials provided. 


Date:  15th May 2019

Location:  9 Caledonian Road N1 9DX

Investment: £35 per person

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Commune-all Sustainable Futures Rave
Apr
26
7:30 PM19:30

Commune-all Sustainable Futures Rave

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HOSTED BY The Curtain

Workshops and a panel focusing on sustainability and what we can do as individuals to tackle climate change in fashion with Commune East and special guests.

Commune East 

CommuneEAST WAS FOUNDED ENERGETICALLY BY LEANNE ELLIOTT YOUNG AND RICHARD NICOLL AT ART BASEL MIAMI IN 2015, BIRTHED AS A SPACE FOR QUESTIONING, COLLABORATION, EXCHANGE AND FUSION THROUGH ACTIONS IN A VIEW TO CREATING A HOLISTIC UTOPIAN SENSORY OUTPUT.

THEY WORK AS MODULE STUDIO THAT DRAFTS STRATEGIC GLOBAL IRL AND URL PARTNERSHIPS, BOTH  INCUBATING RELATIONSHIPS, CONVERSATIONS AND TALENT.


Date:  Fri 26th April 2019

Location:  The Curtain, 45 Curtain rd, EC2A 3PT

Investment: Free for Members

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Flower Crown Workshop
Apr
21
12:00 PM12:00

Flower Crown Workshop

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HOSTED BY The Curtain

We know you love yourselves some floral crafts, so celebrate Easter with Grace & Thorn, and a fabulous flower crown workshop!

Grace & Thorn

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After 10 years working in recruitment, Nik Southern founded Grace & Thorn in 2011. Opening her tiny floral studio onto East London’s busy Kingsland Road, her philosophy was simple: help people in the city live a greener life. Drawing on the worlds of art and fashion rather than traditional florist designs, Grace & Thorn plays with unique combinations of textures and patterns so no two pieces are ever the same. An asymmetrical style, focus on foliage, wicked pots and DIY classes (Macrame, anyone?) has attracted a cult following across London. Grace & Thorn now has roots in Hackney with clients all over the UK


Date:  Sun 21st April 2019

Location:  The Curtain, 45 Curtain rd, EC2A 3PT

Investment: Free for Members

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#identitychats: Let's talk about Family
Apr
15
7:15 PM19:15

#identitychats: Let's talk about Family

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HOSTED BY The Curtain

An evening of facilitated conversation, focusing on the meaning of the word family in 2019, and how our family relationships can shape our identity.


Date:  Mon 15th April 2019

Location:  The Curtain, 45 Curtain rd, EC2A 3PT

Investment: Free for Members

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Girls Can Do Anything
Apr
10
7:00 PM19:00

Girls Can Do Anything

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HOSTED BY Library Club

Throw away the rule book – female voices from the sidelines: BAME publishers and authors making a difference with guest speakers author Tola Okogwu (author of Daddy Do My Hair), Alison Coward (author of Effective Workshops) and Naomi Shakespeare (Together Kid's Literary Festival - the UK's first BAME Children's Literary Festival)

Discussion and panel talk. How do we make books more diverse? You're heard that a thousand times over, right? Well, they're going to highlight the BAME publishers and authors who have got their seat at the table and are making some serious changes. They'll discuss what they're doing, what you can do, and how far this industry has to to before there's more action, less talk. 

Girls Can Do Anything as part of London'a Big Read 2019. Led by author Abiola Bello (finalist for London's Big Read 2019, London Book Fair Trailblazer 2018 winner,  and co-founder of The Author School)

What to expect?

A series of free events aimed at empowering writers to create dynamic, strong and well rounded female protagonists or female voices in their writing. Covering everything from how to get into the publishing industry, getting your voice heard and becoming a writer whilst juggling different careers with special guest speakers!


Date:  10th April 2019

Location:  Library, 112 St Martin's Ln, London WC2N 4BD

Investment: Free for Members

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FIRMDALE ART WALKS AT HAYMARKET HOTEL
Mar
16
10:30 AM10:30

FIRMDALE ART WALKS AT HAYMARKET HOTEL

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HOSTED BY HAYMARKET HOTEL

Firmdale Hotels are giving art enthusiasts a guided tour of Haymarket Hotel. Find out how to collect and successfully hang art, making it fun and interesting within a living space.

Creative Director, Kit Kemp’s passion for art is present within the interior design of all Firmdale Hotels with famous artists juxtaposed beside up-and-coming ones.

What to expect?

Visitors will be guided through Kit’s personally chosen art collection, before journeying on an intimate walking tour to some of Mayfair and St James' most prestigious galleries, led by curator Olivia Paterson.

The walk will end back at the hotel, where guests can choose to enjoy a delicious three-course lunch or Afternoon Tea in Brumus Bar & Restaurant.

Walks last approximately 2.5 hours followed by lunch or Afternoon Tea. Each walking tour will operate with a maximum of 12 guests but a minimum number of 6 guests must book in order for the tour to go ahead.


Date:  16 March 2019

Location:  1 Suffolk Place London SW1Y 4HX

Investment: £99 per person, including walking tour and three-course lunch or afternoon tea

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Women by Women: pop-up portrait studio
Mar
8
11:00 AM11:00

Women by Women: pop-up portrait studio

  • 55 Duke Street London, England, W1K 5NR United Kingdom (map)
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HOSTED BY Appear Here

Celebrate International Women's Day with a free portrait from a leading photographer


Appear Here has teamed up with 3 incredible female photographers to open a pop-up portrait studio for International Women’s Day at 55 Duke Street

What to expect?

In collaboration with The Photocopy Club, Appear Here will be shooting the women of London and filling the space with their portraits.


Date: Fri, March 8, 2019, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM GMT

Location: 55 Duke Street, London

Investment: Free

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Sex, Love and Poetry: Nora Gomringer
Feb
14
7:15 PM19:15

Sex, Love and Poetry: Nora Gomringer

  • 96 Euston Road London, England, NW1 2DB United Kingdom (map)
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HOSTED BY The British Library

A high-octane night of poetry and performance

Nora Gomringer’s surreal but clear-sighted poetry presents a refreshing perspective on sex and relationships and her musings on families and couples often explore the latter’s inherent fault lines, while also offering a wider understanding of what love can mean: from self-love to an intense admiration to those writers who’ve gone before.

What to expect?

Appearing in conversation with her translator Annie Rutherford and fellow poet and performer Paula Varjack, Gomringer discusses her multi-medial and collaborative work, as well as casting a wry but warm eye over that adored and loathed beast: the love poem.


Date: Thu 14 Feb 2019, 19:15 - 20:30

Location:  Knowledge Centre
The British Library
96 Euston Road
London
NW1 2DB

Investment:  Full Price: £10.00
Member: £10.00
Senior 60+: £8.00
Student: £7.00
Registered Unemployed: £7.00
Under 18: £7.00

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Rosie Wilby presents: The Breakup Monologues
Feb
13
7:30 PM19:30

Rosie Wilby presents: The Breakup Monologues

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HOSTED BY Poplar Union

Rosie Wilby, is back at Poplar Union with her critically acclaimed live podcast, The Breakup Monologues. 

This podcast is part of the What’s Love Got To Do With It season and this night’s recording will be the second series finale

What to expect?

Rosie and acclaimed performer pals look back at their best and worst romantic breakup stories and discuss ghosting, divorce parties, open relationships and more. Tragedy plus time equals comedy, right?

Guests on the night include Guilty Feminist cohost and star of BBC2’s Motherland, Jessica Fostekew, journalist and author, Justin Myers, and Ariane Sherine, author of Talk Yourself Better. More to be announced!


Date:  Wed 13 February 2019

19:30 – 22:30 GMT

Location:  Poplar Union

2 Cotall Street

London

E14 6TL

Investment:  £9 / £7 conc. / £10 OTD 

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Bitch Lit: Talking to Women by Nell Dunn
Feb
7
6:30 PM18:30

Bitch Lit: Talking to Women by Nell Dunn

  • 82 Gower Street London, WC1E 6EQ United Kingdom (map)
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HOSTED BY Waterstones 

Bitch Lit is a monthly book club devoted to new feminist writing and cult classics by women.

The discussion on 7th February will be held on  Nell Dunn’s Talking To Women – a series of in-depth, far-ranging interviews with women – which was recently reissued by Silver Press. 

What to expect?

Waterstones promises an irreverent, fun discussion, which will be will be led by Waterstones Gower Street's Elizabeth Morris and literary critic Lucy Schole.


Date: Thursday 7th February 18:30

Location: Waterstones London - Gower Street , 82 Gower Street, London, WC1E 6EQ

Investment: Tickets are £8/6 (students) and include a glass of wine or soft drink. Books for next month's Bitch Lit will be on sale. 

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Brush and Bubbles
Jan
23
7:00 PM19:00

Brush and Bubbles

  • 35 Old Church Street London, England, SW3 5BS United Kingdom (map)
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HOSTED BY The Chelsea Pig (aka The Pig's Ear Pub)

Brush and Bubbles is an art class where you will create your own canvas painting with the step-by-step advice from our resident artist whilst sipping a glass of bubbly. 

Absolutely no experience necessary - just paint, drink and have fun!

What to expect?

-All art equipment (apron, easel, paints, paintbrushes plus a canvas that you get to take home with you in a Brush and Bubbles bag!)

-2 hour session with Brush and Bubble’s resident artist

-Glass of prosecco! (or a non-alcoholic drink if you prefer)


Date:  Wed 23 Jan 2019 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location:  The Chelsea Pig (aka The Pig's Ear Pub) 35 Old Church Street, Chelsea, SW3 5BS

Investment:  £ 40.00

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Reel Herstory: The Real Story of Reel Women - Documentary and Panel Discussion
Jan
12
6:30 PM18:30

Reel Herstory: The Real Story of Reel Women - Documentary and Panel Discussion

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HOSTED BY Kings Place

The documentary Reel Herstory: The Real Story of Reel Women, corrects the notion that women have been peripheral in film history

Reel Herstory: The Real Story of Reel Women (Alley Acker, 2014) is a documentary hosted by Jodie Foster which uses rare footage and exclusive interviews with filmmakers and corrects the notion that women have been peripheral in film history and restores them to their pioneering status.


What to expect?

The screening will be followed by a discussion between film critic and broadcaster, Anna Smith and independent scholar, Dr Tuna Erdem.


Date: Sat 12 Jan 2019, 6.30pm

Location: Hall Two, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG

Investment:  £14.50 + £3 booking fee

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VIETNAMESE CUISINE
Jan
11
9:00 AM09:00

VIETNAMESE CUISINE

  • 2125 Saint Anne's Court London, England, W1F 0BJ United Kingdom (map)
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HOSTED BY Good Housekeeping Institute

Learn to cook the Vietnamese way using a perfect balance of all the five flavours, all lifted with fresh herbs and citrus. The Vietnamese are know for serving the healthiest cuisine in the world. Their famous soup, Pho, might one of the most healing meals you will ever eat. Let us show you how to re-create three traditional dishes.

Lots of vegetables, little oil and the citrus fresh zing that accompanies a balance of sweet, salty, sour, bitter, and umami - Vietnamese food bursts with flavour, offering full palate satisfaction.

What to expect?

Good Housekeeping Triple-Tested Recipes: Summer Prawn Rolls, Beef Pho and Vietnamese Rice Salad.

The course includes practical tuition from GHI’s trusted cooks, recipes and ingredients, plus refreshments. Aprons and cooking equipment are provided for you to use on the day.

All food produced during the course is yours to take home.


Date: 11th January 2019, 9:00am–12:00pm

Location:  Good Housekeeping Institute, 21-25 St Anne’s Court, London, W1F 0BJ

Investment: £90

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