Performance – STOMP at the Ambassador’s Theatre – Thursday 2nd November - £13
We have a limited number of very good stalls seats for the Smash-hit musical ‘Stomp’ at the Ambassador’s Theatre. ‘Stomp’ is an exhilarating theatrical phenomenon, renowned for banging dustbin lids and other ‘found’ materials to create amazing rhythms, with very impressive choreography and plenty of humour. Tickets are £13 each, and are available from the Zebra office.
If you would like tickets, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, stating your full name, address and the number of tickets you require.
The Association takes its recycling responsibilities seriously, and we are pleased that most residents do as well.
However, we do need to remind everyone of a few processes that make the system work more effectively:
Please crush any cardboard boxes before putting them in the recycling bins. This saves space.
Thank you for your co-operation.
The work to the stairwells at 30 Chalcot Crescent has been completed, with new décor and flooring, sensor lights and upgraded entry phone and fire alarm systems.
We will be programming works to the common areas of 34 Chalcot Crescent for next year.
The roof works at Jeannine House, W1 are almost complete, and we have started repair and redecoration work to the windows and stone work. We anticipate this will take about a month, depending on the weather.
After a final survey and clean, we will then remove the scaffolding.
From 20 October
Delve into divination and ponder the peculiarities of potions in a journey to where magic and myth began. This much anticipated exhibition draws for the British Library’s distinguished collection to unveil rare books, manuscripts and magical objects and to capture the traditions of folklore and magic which are at the heart of the Harry Potter stories.
As summer slips away and the landscape comes alive with its fiery hues, the Royal Botanic Gardens will celebrate this inspiring season with both a brand new festival and stunning exhibition. From this weekend, 16 diverse and organic works of art by four different artists will be dotted around the wilder parts of Kew’s Arboretum, sitting amongst some of its spectacular heritage trees and wide-reaching vistas.