Event Series Art for Wellbeing Wednesdays

Art for Wellbeing Wednesdays

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Experienced practitioner and BAC accredited counsellor, Sue Davies will be starting a new series of Art for Wellbeing Classes on Wednesday evenings between 6.30-8.30pm. These sessions aim to help relieve stress, improve focus, gently release emotional tension and experience the language of Colour. No previous experience necessary and all equipment is provided £15 per session For more information and booking please contact sooziekyu@hotmail.com

Event Series Raise the Roof Choir

Raise the Roof Choir

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Raise the Roof is the resident choir at the Carnegie Community Hub in Herne Hill, South London. The Natural Voice Choir is led by choral composer Kirsty Martinand. For this first session Kirsty will be joined by her new colleague, Rose Ford and they will be alternating weeks from then on. Stay tuned also for the seasonal Saturday singing sessions - these are always popular with regular choir goers as well as families and those who join for a fun morning of concentrated singing and performing! Everyone is welcome – there are no auditions and all music is taught by ear. They work towards informal community performances at the end of each term, as well as participating in bigger London productions such as Sing for Water each year. You can join Raise the Roof for the term, or for any number of drop in sessions you’d like! Click here to join our mailing list for all the latest Raise the Roof news and joining details.

Les Petit Tigres – French music class for toddlers

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Les Petits Tigres was founded by Jackie Colchester to promote Early Years language learning and French culture in South London and online. Jackie has a Bachelor of Arts in French Studies and a PGCE in Modern Foreign Languages and worked as a professional musician. She has taught both in schools and privately in America, France and England. A creative and enthusiastic practitioner, she is passionate about language learning and feels that you’re never too young (or old!) to start.​  Jackie is a mother of one and started Les Petits Tigres French language classes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers as a way to enhance her child’s learning when he was young and to share her love of French language and culture with others. Music is one of the most effective and natural means of language acquisition, not to mention lots of fun!

Event Series Art for Wellbeing Wednesdays

Art for Wellbeing Wednesdays

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Experienced practitioner and BAC accredited counsellor, Sue Davies will be starting a new series of Art for Wellbeing Classes on Wednesday evenings between 6.30-8.30pm. These sessions aim to help relieve stress, improve focus, gently release emotional tension and experience the language of Colour. No previous experience necessary and all equipment is provided £15 per session For more information and booking please contact sooziekyu@hotmail.com

Event Series Raise the Roof Choir

Raise the Roof Choir

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Raise the Roof is the resident choir at the Carnegie Community Hub in Herne Hill, South London. The Natural Voice Choir is led by choral composer Kirsty Martinand. For this first session Kirsty will be joined by her new colleague, Rose Ford and they will be alternating weeks from then on. Stay tuned also for the seasonal Saturday singing sessions - these are always popular with regular choir goers as well as families and those who join for a fun morning of concentrated singing and performing! Everyone is welcome – there are no auditions and all music is taught by ear. They work towards informal community performances at the end of each term, as well as participating in bigger London productions such as Sing for Water each year. You can join Raise the Roof for the term, or for any number of drop in sessions you’d like! Click here to join our mailing list for all the latest Raise the Roof news and joining details.

Les Petit Tigres – French music class for toddlers

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Les Petits Tigres was founded by Jackie Colchester to promote Early Years language learning and French culture in South London and online. Jackie has a Bachelor of Arts in French Studies and a PGCE in Modern Foreign Languages and worked as a professional musician. She has taught both in schools and privately in America, France and England. A creative and enthusiastic practitioner, she is passionate about language learning and feels that you’re never too young (or old!) to start.​  Jackie is a mother of one and started Les Petits Tigres French language classes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers as a way to enhance her child’s learning when he was young and to share her love of French language and culture with others. Music is one of the most effective and natural means of language acquisition, not to mention lots of fun!

Event Series Art for Wellbeing Wednesdays

Art for Wellbeing Wednesdays

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Experienced practitioner and BAC accredited counsellor, Sue Davies will be starting a new series of Art for Wellbeing Classes on Wednesday evenings between 6.30-8.30pm. These sessions aim to help relieve stress, improve focus, gently release emotional tension and experience the language of Colour. No previous experience necessary and all equipment is provided £15 per session For more information and booking please contact sooziekyu@hotmail.com

Event Series Raise the Roof Choir

Raise the Roof Choir

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Raise the Roof is the resident choir at the Carnegie Community Hub in Herne Hill, South London. The Natural Voice Choir is led by choral composer Kirsty Martinand. For this first session Kirsty will be joined by her new colleague, Rose Ford and they will be alternating weeks from then on. Stay tuned also for the seasonal Saturday singing sessions - these are always popular with regular choir goers as well as families and those who join for a fun morning of concentrated singing and performing! Everyone is welcome – there are no auditions and all music is taught by ear. They work towards informal community performances at the end of each term, as well as participating in bigger London productions such as Sing for Water each year. You can join Raise the Roof for the term, or for any number of drop in sessions you’d like! Click here to join our mailing list for all the latest Raise the Roof news and joining details.

Les Petit Tigres – French music class for toddlers

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Les Petits Tigres was founded by Jackie Colchester to promote Early Years language learning and French culture in South London and online. Jackie has a Bachelor of Arts in French Studies and a PGCE in Modern Foreign Languages and worked as a professional musician. She has taught both in schools and privately in America, France and England. A creative and enthusiastic practitioner, she is passionate about language learning and feels that you’re never too young (or old!) to start.​  Jackie is a mother of one and started Les Petits Tigres French language classes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers as a way to enhance her child’s learning when he was young and to share her love of French language and culture with others. Music is one of the most effective and natural means of language acquisition, not to mention lots of fun!

Event Series Art for Wellbeing Wednesdays

Art for Wellbeing Wednesdays

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Experienced practitioner and BAC accredited counsellor, Sue Davies will be starting a new series of Art for Wellbeing Classes on Wednesday evenings between 6.30-8.30pm. These sessions aim to help relieve stress, improve focus, gently release emotional tension and experience the language of Colour. No previous experience necessary and all equipment is provided £15 per session For more information and booking please contact sooziekyu@hotmail.com

Event Series Raise the Roof Choir

Raise the Roof Choir

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Raise the Roof is the resident choir at the Carnegie Community Hub in Herne Hill, South London. The Natural Voice Choir is led by choral composer Kirsty Martinand. For this first session Kirsty will be joined by her new colleague, Rose Ford and they will be alternating weeks from then on. Stay tuned also for the seasonal Saturday singing sessions - these are always popular with regular choir goers as well as families and those who join for a fun morning of concentrated singing and performing! Everyone is welcome – there are no auditions and all music is taught by ear. They work towards informal community performances at the end of each term, as well as participating in bigger London productions such as Sing for Water each year. You can join Raise the Roof for the term, or for any number of drop in sessions you’d like! Click here to join our mailing list for all the latest Raise the Roof news and joining details.

Dulwich Festival Open House at the Carnegie Library Hub

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House 2024 will be held on the weekends of 11–12 May & 18–19 May, 11am–6pm. We’re looking forward to being part of this year's Dulwich Festival and are happy to offer free space for the two weekends to artists who can't open up their homes. We are able to accommodate the work of five local artists here in the Community lounge at the Carnegie Library Hub. We will also be serving teas, coffee & cakes and snacks so Dulwich festival visitors can drop in for a pit stop on  their route round the houses!

Dulwich Festival Open House at the Carnegie Library Hub

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House 2024 will be held on the weekends of 11–12 May & 18–19 May, 11am–6pm. We’re looking forward to being part of this year's Dulwich Festival and are happy to offer free space for the two weekends to artists who can't open up their homes. We are able to accommodate the work of five local artists here in the Community lounge at the Carnegie Library Hub. We will also be serving teas, coffee & cakes and snacks so Dulwich festival visitors can drop in for a pit stop on  their route round the houses!

Dulwich Festival Open House at the Carnegie Library Hub

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House 2024 will be held on the weekends of 11–12 May & 18–19 May, 11am–6pm. We’re looking forward to being part of this year's Dulwich Festival and are happy to offer free space for the two weekends to artists who can't open up their homes. We are able to accommodate the work of five local artists here in the Community lounge at the Carnegie Library Hub. We will also be serving teas, coffee & cakes and snacks so Dulwich festival visitors can drop in for a pit stop on  their route round the houses!

Dulwich Festival Open House at the Carnegie Library Hub

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House 2024 will be held on the weekends of 11–12 May & 18–19 May, 11am–6pm. We’re looking forward to being part of this year's Dulwich Festival and are happy to offer free space for the two weekends to artists who can't open up their homes. We are able to accommodate the work of five local artists here in the Community lounge at the Carnegie Library Hub. We will also be serving teas, coffee & cakes and snacks so Dulwich festival visitors can drop in for a pit stop on  their route round the houses!

Les Petit Tigres – French music class for toddlers

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Les Petits Tigres was founded by Jackie Colchester to promote Early Years language learning and French culture in South London and online. Jackie has a Bachelor of Arts in French Studies and a PGCE in Modern Foreign Languages and worked as a professional musician. She has taught both in schools and privately in America, France and England. A creative and enthusiastic practitioner, she is passionate about language learning and feels that you’re never too young (or old!) to start.​  Jackie is a mother of one and started Les Petits Tigres French language classes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers as a way to enhance her child’s learning when he was young and to share her love of French language and culture with others. Music is one of the most effective and natural means of language acquisition, not to mention lots of fun!

Dulwich Festival Open House at the Carnegie Library Hub

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House 2024 will be held on the weekends of 11–12 May & 18–19 May, 11am–6pm. We’re looking forward to being part of this year's Dulwich Festival and are happy to offer free space for the two weekends to artists who can't open up their homes. We are able to accommodate the work of five local artists here in the Community lounge at the Carnegie Library Hub. We will also be serving teas, coffee & cakes and snacks so Dulwich festival visitors can drop in for a pit stop on  their route round the houses!

Dulwich Festival Open House at the Carnegie Library Hub

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House 2024 will be held on the weekends of 11–12 May & 18–19 May, 11am–6pm. We’re looking forward to being part of this year's Dulwich Festival and are happy to offer free space for the two weekends to artists who can't open up their homes. We are able to accommodate the work of five local artists here in the Community lounge at the Carnegie Library Hub. We will also be serving teas, coffee & cakes and snacks so Dulwich festival visitors can drop in for a pit stop on  their route round the houses!

Event Series Art for Wellbeing Wednesdays

Art for Wellbeing Wednesdays

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Experienced practitioner and BAC accredited counsellor, Sue Davies will be starting a new series of Art for Wellbeing Classes on Wednesday evenings between 6.30-8.30pm. These sessions aim to help relieve stress, improve focus, gently release emotional tension and experience the language of Colour. No previous experience necessary and all equipment is provided £15 per session For more information and booking please contact sooziekyu@hotmail.com

Dulwich Festival Open House at the Carnegie Library Hub

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House 2024 will be held on the weekends of 11–12 May & 18–19 May, 11am–6pm. We’re looking forward to being part of this year's Dulwich Festival and are happy to offer free space for the two weekends to artists who can't open up their homes. We are able to accommodate the work of five local artists here in the Community lounge at the Carnegie Library Hub. We will also be serving teas, coffee & cakes and snacks so Dulwich festival visitors can drop in for a pit stop on  their route round the houses!

Event Series Raise the Roof Choir

Raise the Roof Choir

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Raise the Roof is the resident choir at the Carnegie Community Hub in Herne Hill, South London. The Natural Voice Choir is led by choral composer Kirsty Martinand. For this first session Kirsty will be joined by her new colleague, Rose Ford and they will be alternating weeks from then on. Stay tuned also for the seasonal Saturday singing sessions - these are always popular with regular choir goers as well as families and those who join for a fun morning of concentrated singing and performing! Everyone is welcome – there are no auditions and all music is taught by ear. They work towards informal community performances at the end of each term, as well as participating in bigger London productions such as Sing for Water each year. You can join Raise the Roof for the term, or for any number of drop in sessions you’d like! Click here to join our mailing list for all the latest Raise the Roof news and joining details.

Dulwich Festival Open House at the Carnegie Library Hub

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House 2024 will be held on the weekends of 11–12 May & 18–19 May, 11am–6pm. We’re looking forward to being part of this year's Dulwich Festival and are happy to offer free space for the two weekends to artists who can't open up their homes. We are able to accommodate the work of five local artists here in the Community lounge at the Carnegie Library Hub. We will also be serving teas, coffee & cakes and snacks so Dulwich festival visitors can drop in for a pit stop on  their route round the houses!

Dulwich Festival Open House at the Carnegie Library Hub

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House 2024 will be held on the weekends of 11–12 May & 18–19 May, 11am–6pm. We’re looking forward to being part of this year's Dulwich Festival and are happy to offer free space for the two weekends to artists who can't open up their homes. We are able to accommodate the work of five local artists here in the Community lounge at the Carnegie Library Hub. We will also be serving teas, coffee & cakes and snacks so Dulwich festival visitors can drop in for a pit stop on  their route round the houses!

Dulwich Festival Open House at the Carnegie Library Hub

Carnegie Library Hub 192 Herne Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House 2024 will be held on the weekends of 11–12 May & 18–19 May, 11am–6pm. We’re looking forward to being part of this year's Dulwich Festival and are happy to offer free space for the two weekends to artists who can't open up their homes. We are able to accommodate the work of five local artists here in the Community lounge at the Carnegie Library Hub. We will also be serving teas, coffee & cakes and snacks so Dulwich festival visitors can drop in for a pit stop on  their route round the houses!