Free music concert of piano works by Beethoven,Chopin and Rachmaninov. Meet Tom by the church entrance steps about 12:15 to gain early admission for 1pm start. Programme lasts one hour and lunch can be taken afterwards nearby.
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Meet at East Croydon Station to take the 10.37 train towards Tattenham Corner, getting off at Chipstead. We will then make the five minute walk to the Holly Lane car park, where we will meet anyone travelling to the walk by car. We should be there just after 11.00 am, and will wait until 11.15 am for anyone who has told me that they are definitely coming. From there we will take a leisurely walk over Park Downs, which offers splendid views of Banstead Wood on the other side of the valley, before heading into Kingswood, where there is a pub close to the station.
'Love, Loss and the Night', with Peter in Shirley. 8.00 p.m.
A compilation of vocal and instrumental jazz records evoking the themes of love, loss and the night. £2.00
Representatives of the main political parties will present their case and answer questions in advance of next year's General Election.
Catch the 10:37 Tattenham Corner train from E.Croydon to Kingswood station and we start just after 11 am. (We will wait 15 mins for people who have told us they are definitely coming.) Leisurely 4 mile country stroll. Pub in Merstham to finish with about 1pm onwards.
Black History Month Closing Night. 'Rage and Desire' presents the film “Finding Home”. 7pm - 9pm (doors open 6.30pm for food & wine). Has involved members of Rainbows Across Borders and their Chorus will be performing on the night. Shows the lives of BME migrant, refugee and asylum seekers, which gives voice to lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people who have made Southwark their home, offering future role models. More info. and to book tickets https://rage-and-desires-presents-finding-home.eventbrite
Party at Peter’s House, South Croydon. Starting at 19.30, finishing at 23.00. Door charge £3, and bring a bottle.
Day out with Steve to see this free exhibition. Meet at the entrance at 11am.
Play based on George Orwell's novel about a repressed young woman and her progress back to respectability following a nervous breakdown and destitution. Features SLG member Bill Boyd. Presented by the Southside Players.Tickets cost £10.00, or £7.50 for concessions.Book by calling 07914 657 524. or online at www.southsideplayers.org.uk/tickets.
The Bus, a play about two teenage boys coming to terms with their sexuality, community and impending adulthood in a religious small town in America.