Older Fitzrovia newsletter, April 2019

Tea and Cakes will be at Honey & Co on Sunday 28 April 3-5pm 25a Warren St W1T 5LZ. Itamar, Rachael and the staff are looking forward to seeing you! Free.

An Afternoon at the Museum Come along on Friday 3 May 2.30-4.30pm for object handling, refreshments & a bespoke tour of one of the galleries at the British Museum! Please register your interest on 020 75804576 or email barb@fitzrovia.org.uk

Massage at Fitzrovia Court, 24 Carburton Street W1W 5AS. Alan is also a master acupuncturist as well as masseur so let me know if you’re interested in this. Please get in touch with me on 020 7580 4576 or email barb@fitzrovia.org.uk if you would like to book a session at 2, 2.30 or 3pm Wednesday afternoons only. Free.

All Souls Clubhouse Wednesday lunches 12.30-3pm First lunch free, after that only £4.50 for a three-course meal. Activities after Lunch: 3 April: Easter lunch w ‘RahRah Tales’ performed by the Top Hat Theatre company;  Closed April 10-17. 24 April: bingo. For more information please call 07773 257 122 or email: sally.jacobs-black@allsouls.org

Camden Sings Choir at Somerstown Community Centre Sunday 7 April 2.00-4.00pm 150 Ossulston Street NW1 1EE (behind the British Library).  Join our choirmaster for an uplifting afternoon of music, memories, friendship and fun. Please call North London Cares on 020 7118 3838 for further information. Free.

Workplace Visit: the Guardian Ever fancied yourself as a newspaper editor? During this visit on Monday 15 April 1.30-3.30pm you and the other visitors will be mocking up the front page! Arranged via North London Cares, please register your interest by 8 April on 020 7118 3838 or email juliet.mcnelly@northlondoncares.org.uk

Keep Watching, a new play by the Engineer Theatre Collective, will be performed Thursday 18 April 2pm at the New Diorama Theatre, 15-16 Regents Place, NW1 3BF. What is private? Do we actually care? A story of watching and being watched. This matinee, with captioning for the hard of hearing has been arranged by Third Age Project, phone 0207383 4922 or email info@thirdageproject.org.uk for tickets. Free.

Margaret Street Cream Tea will not be happening this month.

I wish everyone a very happy and peaceful Easter!

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