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Just So Clapham

Saturday 13th May, 11am-4pm

Contemporary design and craft fair showcasing local makers and artisans.


Joan Eardley: A Private View

Monday 5th June, 7.30pm, Theatre

Joan Eardley was an extraordinary painter who, quite simply, died before she had finished. As an artist she remains unsung. Best known in Scotland where she was not born; rarely heard of in England where she was.

Heroica Theatre Company – with the support of National Galleries Scotland and Stellar Quines Theatre Company – is creating a new journey for Joan Eardley: one which brings her back to new life, and follows her as she makes her way through joys and frustrations, friendships and solitary stretches, disillusionments and disappointments – as well as passions and triumphs.

This interactive promenade piece by Anna Carlisle- directed by Marilyn Imrie and starring Alexandra Mathie – will take you, quite literally, along with ‘Joan’ as she paints, ponders – and pursues her very unusual lifestyle. Meet her ‘children’, her friends and her lovers, hear the sounds of the streets and the Catterline coast and become a living part of her painting day.

The production tour of Joan Eardley: A Private View comes to you through the generous support of Arts Council England, Creative Scotland and random arts giving.

‘Photograph of Joan by Audrey Walker; courtesy of The Scottish Gallery’.

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The production of Joan Eardley: A Private View is a promenade performance, and will require people to stand and move around the performance space for approximately 75 minutes. Portable stools will be provided for those who cannot stand for the duration of the performance.

The Young Pretenders Theatre Company present ‘Not Our Turn’ by Katherine Stevens

12th-14th July, 7.30pm, Theatre

The predictions have finally come true; we have killed our planet. Humanity has been forced underground, away from a surface that is no longer inhabitable, and is now running on borrowed time. When the power supply to this new home is cut off, a young group of friends, desperate to save their community, try to turn it back on. They are forced to confront their environment, their inheritance, and each other, and all the while time is running out…

‘Not Our Turn’ is influenced by world events of the last year, and originated from TYP’s young actors’ reactions to last year’s EU Referendum, where they felt keenly the frustration of being unable to vote. Committed to giving young voices big platforms, TYP commissioned an emerging playwright to create the show in collaboration with their company members.”

About The Young Pretenders
Established in January 2015, The Young Pretenders Theatre Company is an award-winning youth theatre based in Exeter. Built in collaboration with its young actors, TYP strives to inspire young people aged 11-18 to pursue a creative future through the teaching and creation of innovative theatre. TYP’s mission is to challenge the misconceptions surrounding the capabilities of young artists, as well as the assumption that youth theatre isn’t a professional form in its own right.

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Saturday 29th April 8:30-20:30
Sunday 30th April 9:30-19:30

The Body Mirror System of healing developed by Martin Brofman, is a synthesis of Western psychology and Eastern philosophies based on the chakras (energy centers found in the Hindu traditions). Because each of these chakras can be associated with certain parts of the consciousness as well as certain parts of the body, they allow us to read the body as a map of the consciousness within. Thus, tensions in the body are seen to reflect tensions in the consciousness, and the chakras can be used as a vehicle to understand the Body Mind Interface and its implications for healing.

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During the class, you will exchange 5 healings with other participants, using various techniques you have been taught, and at the completion of the class, you will be able to:


1. Understand and experience yourself as a Being of energy.
2. Feel and direct energy, and see energy (auras, chakras, thought forms.)
3. Understand the relationship between your body and your consciousness.
4. Understand how symptoms in the body reflect tensions in the consciousness.
5. Read the body as a map of consciousness, understanding the inner causes to outer symptoms.
6. Understand the chakras and their associations with specific parts of the consciousness and specific parts of the body.
7. Use various tools designed for healing (White Light, colours, thought forms.)
8. See the results of putting these techniques and tools to use.
If you live in London and would like to host a participant from abroad for the weekend, please contact Jo.
Tuition for the class is €300 or £245.
If you are repeating the weekend class of the Body Mirror System of Healing for the second or third time, or if you have already attended one Intensive Level 1, you will pay half price £122.50.
If you have attended at least 3 weekend classes (or one Intensive Level 1 plus one week end class) in the Body Mirror System, you can attend this class for free.
If you would like to enrol for this class, you will need to pay a deposit of £100. You can pay the deposit by bank transfer, Paypal or sending a cheque.
Bank transfer:
Account Name: Mrs J E Hickey-Hall
Bank: HSBC
Sort code: 40-10-04
Account no: 71551655
Ref: ‘your name London April 2017′
Paypal: Annick Arniaud Brofman
Made out to the, ‘Brofman Foundation’
Jo Hickey-Hall, 12 Lydford Walk, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 5LJ
Please remember to include your name, and mention “Class London April 2017″.
You will pay the balance for the tuition when arriving on Saturday morning during registration, which starts at 8.30am.
Alternatively, you can send a GBP cheque will not be cashed. It can then be exchanged with cash at the class registration.
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