Russell Layton’s tour de force one-man-show wowed the capacity audience at last night’s performance of this year’s Edinburgh Festival’s hit Hurricane Michael.
Around 12 budding artists came along to launch the first session of the Hall’s weekly Art Class, which was held in the newly refurbished Community Room (or the Snug as the Hall regulars like to call it!).
See www.exeterstreethall.org/event/art-class/ for further information.
The Green Party of England and Wales’ video of the event (below), includes several internal and external shots of the Hall.
Keynote speakers Caroline Lucas – Green Party MP, Lord Deben (John Gummer) – Chair, Committee on Climate Change, Debbie Tann – CEO, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust and Sam Lowe – EU referendum campaigner, Friends of the Earth addressed the recent meeting organised by Friends of the Earth and Environmentalists for Europe at Exeter Street Hall on Thursday 9 June 2016.
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Authors Peter James and William Shaw at June 2016 ‘Writers in the Hall’ event. Peter kindly offered to raffle a part as a character in his next book. Audience member Kate Harmond won the raffle prize – Peter James will be writing her as character into his next book!
All photos courtesy of Andy Hasson (www.andrewhasson.com)
The sun poured down like honey on these lucky local residents who sat down on June 5th to enjoy the Big Euro Lunch Street Party.
Grateful thanks go to St Lukes Church, the Prestonville Community Association, and Exeter Street Hall for co-operating to make the event such an outstanding success. And especial thanks also go to the Real Junk Food Project for providing such wonderful food.
Dropping in? Bring a Tin!
Our recently launched Community Food Drop enables visitors to the Hall to donate non-perishable food to our charity partner Fareshare, who then distribute it to over 80 community groups across Brighton and Sussex.
Food poverty is sadly a growing problem in our city, but we’ve already got off to a fantastic start, we dropped our latest contributions to FareShare’s warehouse this week, and so far we have provided the equivalent of 73 meals for those that need it. Look out for our blue “Feed Me” box in the Hall’s entrance and if you’re dropping in, please do bring a tin! Thanks so much.
Visit http://faresharesussex.org.uk/ for more information.
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