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“They didn’t teach us this bit” – Exhibition of paintings and sculpture by David Samuel – PV

North Acton tube is the closet station. Go right at the top of the square, right onto Chase Road, past the cemetery and left onto Sunbeam Road with the grey gates. The show is at the bottom end of Sunbeam Road. The venue is accessible.

RISE – Dance for Wellness (Weds – weekly)

A fusion of African, Caribbean, and other world rhythms, SWEATERGY® dance fitness sessions will get your body moving, pulse pumping, and the energy vibing. 207, SL8, 427 & E3 bus routes 2 hour free parking in Morrison’s Car Park Toilets

ActonScreen Revisited : Live Event and Surprise Film

When ActOne opened in 2021 Acton hadn’t had its own cinema for 30 years. Its predecessor was a truly unique establishment. Housed at the back of the now derelict Frankie’s bar (later the Captain Cook pub) and showing films via video projector, from the mid-80s to early 90s, Acton Screen was a community cinema that… Continue reading ActonScreen Revisited : Live Event and Surprise Film

The Dirty Blues Show

Get ready for a night of filthy fun, as George Webster on piano and vocalist Suzanne Noble team up to perform once-banned, risqué songs from the 1920s-40s, inside our beautiful auditorium, set to a backdrop of black-and-white classic films projected onto the big screen! Together, they will regale you with tunes like ‘If I can’t… Continue reading The Dirty Blues Show

Jazz Night with the Trent Pieterse Trio

Join us for an unforgettable evening of live jazz with the talented Trent Pieterse Trio. Discover soulful melodies as local jazz musicians take the stage, captivating you with their incredible skills and improvisation! So come on down to the only independent, not-for-profit, community cinema in Ealing and join us for a night of incredible talent… Continue reading Jazz Night with the Trent Pieterse Trio

Wilding + recorded Q&A

Followed by a recorded Q&A with Isabella Tree, hosted by Craig Bennett of the Wildlife Trusts. Based on Isabella Tree’s best-selling book by the same title, Wilding tells the story of a young couple that bets on nature for the future of their failing, four-hundred-year-old estate. The young couple battles entrenched tradition, and dares to… Continue reading Wilding + recorded Q&A

Bridging the gap to creative industries for young people

A special event by Sound Connections and Ealing’s Bollo Brook Youth Centre enhancing support for vulnerable young people through music

Ealing Art Group Summer Exhibition

Ealing Art Group is delighted to be back at Gunnersbury Park Museum for our Summer Exhibition of art and craft. We shall be displaying the eclectic mix of creative talent demonstrated by our members from traditional to abstract wall art in various mediums (oil, water colour, acrylic, printing and mixed media) to craft and 3D… Continue reading Ealing Art Group Summer Exhibition

Crafts for children (weekly)

Crafts for children

Story time and bounce rhyme (weekly)

Story time and bounce rhyme for 0-5 years Tuesdays 10am to 10:30am

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