New Events September - October
Art club: Totally Thames [Ages 4-14]
Sundays in September 2:15 - 3:30pm
Come and explore the watery world in our regular art club and swim along with your creations.
Don’t just live, live to be remembered: The Somali East End
Monday 2 October - Monday 30 October
An exhibition exploring the history of Somali migration to Tower Hamlets. Produced by the Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives it tells the story of the Somali East End using the councils archive collection. Part of Idea stores Black history Month events
Art Club: Black History Month [Ages 4-14]
Sundays in October 2:15 - 3:30pm
As part of black history month we are using the inspiring world of African art and design to inspire new patterns and pictures in our regular art slot for children.
Spooky Scenario [Ages 4-14]
Monday 23 October 2:30 - 3:30pm
Come and join in the spooky fun this half term and help us create an Halloween wall full of witches and skeletons and other scary monsters!
The Witch's Cat [Ages 4-14]
Thursday 26 October 2:30 - 3:30
The witch has lost her cat so come. Swoosh along and make a cat mask or puppet to help her with her spells.
Bollywood's hidden history, the Mumbai mafia ... and a crime fighting elephant! [Age 18+]
A Writeidea Festival Preview Event.
Wednesday 25 October 6:30 - 8:00pm
Bollywood is the world's most prolific movie industry. In terms of sheer ticket sales it is now bigger than Hollywood. In this session Vaseem Khan, author of 'The Strange Disappearance of a Bollywood Star', the third book in his bestselling India-based crime series, will present a talk on the hidden history of Indian cinema, revealing how the incredible changes that the country has witnessed over the past century have often been reflected on screen, and vice versa. He will also explore the longstanding connection between the Mumbai underworld and Bollywood.
Vaseem is the author of the bestselling Baby Ganesh Detective Agency series, a series of crime novels set in India, and featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra, and his sidekick, a baby elephant. The first book in the series: 'The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra' was a Times bestseller and a Waterstones’ paperback of the year.