Watermans Art Centre round-up
A SLAPSTICK show, an exhibition, workshops and classes are all coming to the Watermans Art Centre.
The Lazy Daisy Show by Slapstick
Theatre Company is a barrel of laughs for three to eight-year-olds which runs from today (Friday) until Sunday.
An exhibition of new work to mark Refugee Week and The Story of London has been created in response to the Mayor of London's call to explore stories of the capital. The display, called firstname.lastname@example.org, runs until July 25 and is free.
Every Saturday, children aged nine to 14 can enjoy Drama Zone with Kenn Michaels, a lively drama workshop using improvisation, mime storytelling, theatre games, voice and physical exercises. This runs until July 11.
Pandemonium is a music workshop for children and parents/carers led by Tamar Swade every Wednesday with lots of fun and games. [25cf] Bollywood and Bharatanatyam dance classes for juniors and adults are held on Sundays until July 26.
For details of all events and classes and to book sessions at Watermans, 40 High Street Brentford, call 020 8232 1010 or log on to www.watermans.org.uk .
what? Various events
where? Watermans Art Centre
when? June 12-July 26
AN EXHIBITION celebrating students' work in dance, music, fashion, art and media is showcased at Thames Valley University's Ealing campus next week.
The Faculty of the Arts' Summer Showcase of student talent is open to the public and free of charge. Visitors can tour an exhibition of their work and enjoy free live performances in the evenings, including a piano recital from final year TVU students, a fashion show film and a London College of Music event featuring soul, a trumpet trio and jazz quartet.
what? Summer showcase
where? St Mary's Road campus
when? June 17-18
Pub of the Year fest
A SMALL beer festival is being held at the Red Lion pub in Ealing which has just been awarded the West Middlesex Pub of the Year 2009 by the West Middlesex branch of CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale.
what? Small beer fest
where? Red Lion pub, Ealing
when? June 13-16
Delicious food to tickle summer palates
DELICIOUS food, enjoyable company and fine wine will excite diners hungry for a good time at the end of the month.
The tasting event at the Castlebar in Uxbridge Road, West Ealing, will feature five courses, each accompanied by a glass of wine, prepared and chosen by experts. As well as offering the chance to learn about combinations of flavours, the informal setting is the perfect way to meet new people. The seasonal menu consists of lighter bites for summer prepared from fresh ingredients.
what? Tasting event where? Castlebar,West Ealing
when? June 25, 7pm c
ost? £27.50 a head
contact: email@example.com; 0208 567 3819
Three days of jazz and world music
A THREE-DAY celebration of the best in jazz and world music is being presented at Riverside Studios.
Tunes in June, which runs from Thursday (18-20) to next Saturday boasts an array of acclaimed artists including the guitarist Antonio Forcione and the Filomena Campus Band, plus a unique Theatralia multimedia event with the legendary saxophonist Evan Parker.
Antonio Forcione is a London-based artist who has worked with top UK jazz musicians such as Guy Barker, Jean Toussaint and Byron Wallen. Antonio's soul-jazz and flamenco guitar melodies masterfully blend with African and
Latin rhythms to create a stirring and passionate experience.
The unique Theatralia multimedia event features legendary saxophone player Evan Parker and top UK free improvisers including Filomena Campus, Mark Sanders, Pat Thomas, John Edwards and Mark Sanders.
what? Jazz/world music festival
where? Riverside Studios
when? June 18-20