March 20, 2017

Free & Cheap this week

FOOTPRINTS OF MEMORY: This exhibition at Amnesty International's Shoreditch offices is raising awareness of people — particularly students — who have disappeared in Mexico in recent years. It features 40 pairs of shoes worn by people when they were searching for their family members, and messages for the missing. Amnesty International (25 New Inn Yard, EC2A 3EA), free, just turn up, 20-31 March, 9am-6pm

#IAMYEZIDI: This photography exhibition portrays the hardships faced by Yezidi women in Iraq. Includes stories of women who have escaped slavery and rescued their children from ISIS captivity.Lacey Contemporary Gallery, free, just turn up, 21-26 March

THE BEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY: We always look forward to the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize as the benchmark of photography as art. The finalists' styles change dramatically every year, and this annual exhibition has included many impressive winners in the past. The Photographers' Gallery, £4 (free before noon), just turn up, until 11 June

ELECTRICITY: Been to Wellcome Collection's Electricity exhibition yet? It charts humanity's history of believing God created lightning, to the futuristic Masdar city in Abu Dhabi, via experiments with twitching frogs legs and the construction of the National Grid. Wellcome Collection, free, just turn up, until 25 June

March 20, 2017

Changes to Waste and Recycling process at Impala House, NW1.

Camden Council is changing the process for waste and recycling collection across the Borough.

This means that, in some cases, collection days change and the way you sort your rubbish will also alter.

The council have been putting literature through doors to inform residents. Please read this information so that the transition can occur as smoothly as possible.

We will be writing to all residents at Impala House next week with more details. The changed schedule and procedure will begin from 1st April.

March 8, 2017


Did you know that we have a guest room where family or friends can stay when they come to visit you? It’s located at Jerome House, South Kensington. It can be booked for between one and fourteen nights (longer by negotiation). It can accommodate two adults plus one adult or two children on the additional sofa bed.

It has a microwave, fridge/freezer TV, a desk, a large wardrobe and wi-fi. On the same floor the guests have use of the shower/toilets, the kitchen and the common room. The cost is £65 a night single, £85 per night double or £95 per night fully occupied.

To book please contact

March 8, 2017


We’ve got a few tickets left for:


 Tuesday 14 March 2017, 7.30PM

 A multi Tony Award-nominated show transferred from  Broadway, and directed by Olivier and Tony Award-winner John Tiffany (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two, Let the Right One In, Black Watch). This is Tennessee Williams’ heart-rending masterpiece.

Tickets are available at £13 each.

If you would like to book tickets for any of the above, please,Stating your name, full address and number of tickets you require.