Loy Krathong .Now we can ‘float our boats’ on the little lake below the Buddhapadipa temple, 14 Calonne Road, SW19 5HJ. (In Thailand this is an ancient Full Moon festival to mark the end of the rainy season.) Meet outside the main entrance of Wimbledon station 12 noon. Thai Snacks and / or optional lunch after at the Wibbas Down (Wetherspoons) pub near Wimbledon station / Theatre, around 2pm.
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Wetherspoons opposite Balham Station is the bi-monthly meeting point for all SLAGO members (South Lodon Gay Organisations). Come and join us for a drink and cheap meal.
Balham South London gay groups joint pub evening. Wetherspoons, the Moon Under Water, 194 Balham High Road,SW12 0BP (opposite tube and rail stations). Come and have a cheap meal and drink with a friendly crowd.
During October, both chairman David and newsletter editor Peter will pass a significant milestone. You are invited to help them celebrate at this late afternoon tea party at David's house. Bring £3 towards food. 10 minutes walk from East Croydon station.
Open to all members. Come along and help inspire the group to greater things. David's house in East Croydon, meeting lasts about 2 hours. Please be prompt.
SLG group's AGM 8.00pm Bread and Roses. The AGM is usually reasonably short, giving time to
socialise afterwards. The Bread and Roses pub is at 68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ, a turning off
Clapham High Street. (tubes: Clapham North and Clapham Common) or Clapham High St (Overground).
The artist JMW Turner designed this house for himself at 40 Sandycoombe Rd, TW1 2LR, ( dates from 1813 ). We have a Guided Tour arranged at 3pm, £6 admission, but we need numbers in advance, book by 30 September. Optional lunch at 1pm in the Crown pub 174 Richmond Rd, TW1 2NH [St Margarets Station]. Meet in the pub or else meet Basil outside Richmond Station at 12.30pm, Buses 490, H22, R68, R70 from Richmond run a regular service past the pub.
7.00 for 7.30pm Chris Barlow talks about Outings in Art (the name of his organisation) Meeting at St Botolph’s Church,very near Aldgate tube.
Alan Bennett's unusual double bill of one act plays (An Englishman Abroad and A Question of Attribution) about two of the most celebrated spies of modern times: Guy Burgess & Anthony Blunt. concs £10. Book by 3 Oct.
Wednesday 24 October PLAY: My Boy Jack 7.45pm Balham It tells the story of Rudyard Kipling and his grief for his son John who died in the First World War.Presented by the Southside Players at Chestnut Grove Academy, 45 Chestnut Grove, Balham, SW12 8JZ.Tickets £12 concs £9. To book, phone