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The 4th annual Cabaret Carnival

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Start date:
18 July 2010
End date:
18 July 2010

Madam Jojo's

Brewer Street
United Kingdom

Tap dancing troupes, burlesque clowns, Victorian vamps, and award winning talent will be gracing the stage of Madame Jojos on Sunday July 18th. It's a 2 hour show of the best bawdy entertainment in London.

Just like the past 4 years the show is all paid for by the organiser, and the acts are there for free so every single penny spent on your ticket goes directly to the kids.

We are making money for the children of Mekhala House Orphanage, Cambodia.
Find out more about the cause:
Or ask a question on the wall!

Doors open at 7pm
Show starts at 8pm
It's all over at 10pm

Tickets on the door £10
Pre Book tickets £10:

SUBJECTS: cabaret, charity, Dancing, Music

scrapbook iconHelp The Honey Bees

Bee-Boy dance crew drops dead.


scrapbook icon Forkbeard Fantasy Summer Schools 2009

Forkbeard Fantasy Summer Schools 2009

Friday 26th June - Friday 3rd July and Friday 10th July - Friday 17th July

Just a few places left on Summer School running between Friday 26th June and Friday 3rd July.

Contact as soon as possible if you’d like to attend!
The Summer School running between 10th and 17th July is sold out, although we are accepting applications to add to the waiting list should places become available.

Both courses are held at Forkbeard’s friendly and inspiring creative base in rural Devon. Set in delightful surroundings, the facilities are fully equipped for film, animation, digital post-production, prop, puppet and automata construction, sound, lighting and hybrids of all these techniques. The course helps participants to discover new ways of working in different art-forms and media.

For further information -
Write to: Forkbeard Fantasy, PO Box 1241, Bristol, BS99 2TG
Telephone: 0117 930 9933
Email: [email protected]

scrapbook iconFOREST FEST 2009

Community Arts Festival & Summer Fair

Saturday 4th July
12.00pm -7.00pm
Forest Hill School, Dacres Road, SE23 2XN
Admission: £1.00 Adults, 30p Children

FREE performing and visual art workshops, art installations and exhibitions, a live mural and arts market, fun fete activities, live music, dance, drama and poetry, plus food and refreshments. Suitable for all ages. Wheelchair accessible.

Email: [email protected]
Tel: 0208 699 9343

Forest Fest is the perfect family day out, and a great occasion and opportunity for the many different members of the schools local community to come together and enjoy, experience and participate in the arts.

An ideal fun day out, so don’t miss it!


scrapbook iconLook Around You - Maths


scrapbook iconHub weekender | Letter Lounge

Saturday 25th April, 12-4pm Hub Islington

Everyone loves finding a handwritten letter from an old friend on their doormat. Fact. The best way to get one is to send one. The thing is, we're all so busy living our lives in a flurry of twittering, facebooking, and emailing to ever find the time to put pen to paper let alone walk to the post box. This month, we're trying something new to change all that. The last Saturday in April will see the Hub in Angel Islington become The Letter Lounge; a space where you can come along and write the letters you never have time for and enjoy a bit of a social.

We'll bring: cake, tea, coffee, and a free stamp for the first twenty people. We'll even take the trouble to post your letters for you.

You'll bring: your favourite pen and paper, some baked goods and a sunny disposition.That's it. Hosted by Chris from Stemcel Studios and Claire from glovepuppet.
This event is free, (although you’re most welcome to contribute with food and drink) but please book by emailing [email protected], subject: Letter Lounge.

scrapbook iconHip Hop Theatre Labs in March!

This March come and share you skills with the legendary Jonzi D for free!

Monday 16 - Saturday 21 March - 7-9pm
Talawa Theatre Company, 53 - 55 East Road, London, N1 6AH

Explore how the elements of Hip Hop can combine or be developed to create Hip Hop Theatre. Hip Hop Theatre Workshops are aimed at Hip Hop artists who are interested in working with other artists and discovering how they can broaden their work and taking it to the next level. Some of the work created during the labs is then shown at THE SURGERY at Soho Theatre on 22 March, our regular Hip Hop Theatre night. More info at:

To take part, please send an email briefly outlining the following:
- Your experience as a Hip Hop artist
- What you hope to develop during the Labs
Please send your email to [email protected] before 12pm on Monday the 9 of March.


scrapbook iconDJ Workshops, The Civic

Throughout March and April, younger music fans will be able to visit The [email protected] The Civic for a series of DJ workshops.

Running from 11am until 2pm every Saturday, the sessions are suitable for beginners or advanced levels and can be attended as a course of 6, or simply as a one off taster session.

Places are limited and must be booked in advance by calling 01226 327000 or email [email protected]

£10 per session or £50 for a course of 6


scrapbook iconC.R.A.S.H Course - Now open for applications

C.R.A.S.H - A Postcapitalist A-Z

Take part in a free course combining art, activism and permaculture!

We are inviting creative resisters, unemployed workers and art activists to take part in our latest project - C.R.A.S.H: A Postcapitalist A to Z - in London’s financial district in June 2009.

The C.R.A.S.H Course is free two week long (1-14 June) intensive training combining permaculture design, art activist tactics and skills for building radically ecological and deeply democratic communities.

C.R.A.S.H is part of 'Two Degrees' Artsadmin’s festival of art and climate change.

To read more information and to download an application go to

You can apply for both the C.R.A.S.H Course and the C.R.A.S.H. Culture commissions (above).

Deadline for applications is Friday 3rd April 2009

scrapbook iconHow Crayons Are Made

Visually pleasing and educational.


scrapbook iconBeardyman - Kitchen Diaries

One of my favourite Beardyman performances. Do we have any Beatboxing teachers on School of Everything yet?

scrapbook iconBeardyman

I want to learn beatboxing so I can be like Beardyman.

scrapbook iconFerris Bueller's Day Off - Traditional Teaching Clip

Ferris Bueller's Day Off - Traditional Teaching Clip


scrapbook iconHappy Valentine's Day

From all of us at School of Everything:


scrapbook iconA Valentine's Special!

Oh My God I Miss You present:

Saturday 14th February: A Valentine's Special

Dress up as your favourite famous couple/gang this Valentines at The Bethnal Green Working Mens Club!

Elvis & Priscilla / Charles and Diana / Chaz & Dave / Adolf & Eva Rod, Jane & Freddy / Lady & The Tramp / Thelma & Louise / Bonnie & Clyde / Ike & Tina / Adam & Eve / The Brady Bunch / Joni & Chachi / The Manson Family / Peter, Paul & Mary / Cheech & Chong / Henry VIII & his 6 wives / Sonny & Cher / Sandy & Danny / Rizzo & Kenickie / Bert & Ernie / Seigfried & Roy / Romeo & Juliet / Barbie & Ken / Mickey & Minnie Mouse

Crazy decor. Love Limbo. Love & Hate message boards. Star in your own romance comic cover. Lovesick performances. Resident DJs playing love anthems, love sick songs, SLOW DANCE!, Exotica, classic crooners & novelty R'n'R til 2am

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Don't be shy, say hello. We'd love to hear from you.

[email protected]