TWO by Jim Cartwright (20 Sept 8pm)

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Wanstead Theatre Co proudly presents TWO by Jim Cartwright (author of Road, The Rise & Fall of Little Voice). A tale of love, laughs and loss in your friendly local as told through the lives of its regulars. This is a site-specific production which is set in a pub, so will be performed upstairs in … Continue reading "TWO by Jim Cartwright (20 Sept 8pm)"

£16 – £19

Open weekend at the Temple

The Temple, Wanstead Park

The Temple explores the history of Wanstead Park through the Roman, Regency and Victorian periods to the present day. The Temple has: a history of the Park's Roman Villa, told through mosaics and other items from our museum collection a tale of Regency romance gone wrong, fit to rival the best period drama statues which … Continue reading "Open weekend at the Temple"

Mandala drawing workshop

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Drawing mandalas, geometric pattern with their roots in eastern spiritual contemplation, is relaxing and some people find it therapeutic. Wanstead resident Katherine McKnight will be leading two workshops, the first … Continue reading "Mandala drawing workshop"

£2 – £5

Mandala drawing workshop

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Drawing mandalas, geometric pattern with their roots in eastern spiritual contemplation, is relaxing and some people find it therapeutic. Wanstead resident Katherine McKnight will be leading two workshops, the first … Continue reading "Mandala drawing workshop"

£2 – £5

Mandala drawing workshop

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Drawing mandalas, geometric pattern with their roots in eastern spiritual contemplation, is relaxing and some people find it therapeutic. Wanstead resident Katherine McKnight will be leading two workshops, the first … Continue reading "Mandala drawing workshop"

£2 – £5

Wanstead Book Festival presents Hannah Armstrong

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Hannah Armstrong’s account of Wanstead House has been electrifying local history addicts since its publication earlier this year. In this talk Hannah will reveal the secrets of the Grotto and the Temple - our last remaining visible remnants of Wanstead's glorious past.  

£10

TWO by Jim Cartwright (21 Sept 8pm)

DSCF1705

Wanstead Theatre Co proudly presents TWO by Jim Cartwright (author of Road, The Rise & Fall of Little Voice). A tale of love, laughs and loss in your friendly local as told through the lives of its regulars. This is a site-specific production which is set in a pub, so will be performed upstairs in … Continue reading "TWO by Jim Cartwright (21 Sept 8pm)"

£16 – £19

Open weekend at the Temple

The Temple, Wanstead Park

The Temple explores the history of Wanstead Park through the Roman, Regency and Victorian periods to the present day. The Temple has: a history of the Park's Roman Villa, told through mosaics and other items from our museum collection a tale of Regency romance gone wrong, fit to rival the best period drama statues which … Continue reading "Open weekend at the Temple"

Wanstead Book Festival presents Justin Webb

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Justin Webb, the longest-serving presenter on the BBC's Today programme and a familiar figure on our airwaves for decades, has written The Gift of a Radio, a hugely entertaining memoir of his dysfunctional childhood which also paints a vivid picture of life in the 1970s.

£10

DNA by Dennis Kelly (22 Sept)

A modern-day black comedy with a dark heart. Centred around a group of adolescents, this explosive twenty-first century play calls into question society’s response to cruelty, bullying, peer pressure and pack mentality. Are these behaviours societal and learned, or are they inherent in us all? This East London Theatre production will be performed by undergraduates and … Continue reading "DNA by Dennis Kelly (22 Sept)"

£12.50 – £17.50

Can beef save the planet?

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A talk and discussion about the impact of farming on the environment - and whether regenerative farming (which seeks to improve the quality of the soil) can work at scale. Speakers TBC.

Free