£5 Sadler’s Wells Tickets Offer for The Ruggeds Wed 15 to Fri 17 Sept

This show is suitable for all ages and starts at 7.30mpm and last for 1 hour and 15 mins with no interval.

https://www.sadlerswells.com/whats-on/2021/breakin-convention-presents-the-ruggeds-between-us/

These £5 tickets are only for performances on Wed 15, Thu 16 and Fri 17th Sept.

To book you can call the Box Office on 020 7863 8000 or online and use the promo code HOLLAND. 

Please note that there is a £3 transaction fee for phone or online bookings

Caramel Rock Fashion and Creative Arts Education

Caramel Rock is a fashion and creative arts education charity based in Newham, London, providing training and opportunities. We have a strong belief in shaping our future leaders and therefore we offer, in every course, a personal development plan, as well as helping young people. It is also our mission to provide people with the knowledge and expertise of the working world, to help them form a solid foundation for a brighter future.

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Rah Rah is delighted to announce this year’s Christmas entertainment

 

 DICK WHITTINGTON (29th November 2021- 21st January 2022) 

Our ‘tried and tested’ pantomime, ‘Dick Whittington’, which has been loved by our audiences for over 20 years, is a traditional show with songs and dancing, guaranteed to have audiences laughing, singing and possibly even dancing! The cast comprises three professionally trained actors who have a wealth of experience performing in the community. The production will be brought directly into your Care Home or Centre and can be performed in any sized area for any size audience. The panto costs £175.00 on the 1st – 10th December and 3rd – 20th January, £200.00 from 11th – 30th December, £250 for all Saturdays and £300 on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.   Our normal time slots are 11am, 1.30pm, 4pm or 6.30pm.  Some additional travel costs for more distant venues may apply. 

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THE JINGLE BELL SINGERS (1st – 30th December 2021) 

A collection of ‘feel good’ Christmas songs performed by our ‘Christmas Carollers’ which can be performed in both inside or outside locations. The cost is £250.00 for an hour’s show. Some additional travel costs for more distant venues may apply. 

 

Rah Rah Theatre Company has been running for 20 years. So far, the company has produced and toured 50 highly successful shows to over 1000 different venues. We pride ourselves in writing and producing our own original material. All our productions are interactive and aim to encourage audiences to join in as much as possible, so as to create a memorable experience. We believe this to be why venues invite us back time and time again. Some of our regular clients include Chelsea Pensioners, Age Concern, Age UK, BUPA, Care UK, Sunrise and Senior Living, National Trust, Hallmark Care Homes, Rose Theatre, 10 different London councils and various NHS groups.  

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Warm Welcome Project

National Energy Action, the national fuel poverty charity, is offering extra support for expectant and young families, and those who work with them as part of their roles through the .

As part of the project, NEA is offering to deliver community advice sessions to build family’s resilience against fuel poverty as well as administering a crisis fund for families in need.

Moreover, professionals can access free accredited training for frontline staff to better understand the links between health and warmth and empower professionals to provide more effective support.

For more information or an informal chat, please contact molly.chambers@nea.org.uk

Funding for this project is provided via the Energy Savings Trust. NEA works with all individuals at risk of fuel poverty – for more information, please use the contact details above or visit our website”.

Sobus Space for Art Exhibitions

In support of the arts, Sobus is offering wall space in the communal areas of both our hubs and in our meeting rooms for art exhibition. If you would like to discuss the space and find out more, please contact carita.magnani@sobus.org.uk

Annual General Meetings (AGMs) 

For many September through to April is AGM season, where charities bring their members together to sign off and vote on particular issues, usually accounts and the election of trustees. Often referred to as AGM season. 

But only charities that are membership organisations will need to have AGMs. 

Even then it is only necessary to hold an AGM if your organisation is set up formally to have “voting members.” Your charity’s governing document – constitution should tell you this. It should also tell you when in the year to hold the AGM and how much notice you need to give. The notice period is usually three or four weeks. 

Your charity’s members can attend AGMs and other general meetings. The governing document should define who the members are. Sometimes they have to apply to join the charity, or they may qualify for membership automatically because they live in the local area. Read on

Sobus is also offering discounted room hire for your AGM. Please contact carita.magnani@sobus.org.uk

Living Medicine: FREE Weekly Plant Walks for Families in White City

Free weekly plant walks for families in White City to reveal the hidden science and medicine in plant foods.

Wednesdays 4.30-6pm from 15 Sept-27 Oct 2021

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£10 Theatre Tickets for NW Trilogy at KILN Theatre

See live theatre again at Kiln Theatre for their new production NW Trilogy (please see e-flyer here).

£10 tickets are available for all performances from Mon 6 to Sat 18 Sept.

To book you can call the Box Office on 0207 328 1000 (phonelines open Tue – Thu 12pm – 2pm) or online and use my promocode BID.