Creative Cricklewood, Events

Event To Celebrate WB Yeats’s Poetry in Aid of Creative Cricklewood and Friends of Cricklewood Library

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As part of the #Yeats2015 celebration, the Irish community in London will gather at the London Irish Centre in Camden on August 20th 2015, to celebrate theDominic West poetry of WB Yeats and raise funds for Creative Cricklewood (CC) and Friends of Cricklewood Library (FOCL).

The theme of the event, brainchild of CC Chair, Orna Ross will centre on the question of what it means to be Irish, especially when one lives away from Ireland.

 “I Am Of Ireland” is being organised by Orna Ross in partnership with Gary Dunne, Arts Officer at The London Irish Centre, which will be the venue for the evening, and with some support from the Irish Minister for Diaspora Affairs, who will also take part in the event.

It will feature performances by writers, artists and musicians whose life or work has been inspired by Yeats’s poetry. Confirmed readers in addition to the Minister are Dan Mulhall, Ireland’s Ambassador to the UK and actor Dominic West.

Yeats was a long-time Londoner and, more than any other writer, established the idea of Ireland as a spirit, an internal condition, an imaginative space. 

Our event will celebrate that concept and, true to the complexity of the poetry, include a wide variety of responses to what it means to be “of Ireland”.

Creative Cricklewood and Friends of Cricklewood Library will display their work in the lobby, for the audience to peruse during the interval.

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Creative Cricklewood, Events

CC Social – 27th Feb 2014

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Put the date in your diary folks, the next Creative Cricklewood Social is coming up on the 27th February (7.00-9.30pm) at The Crown Hotel in Cricklewood.  Our last social was a great success and we hope this one will be even better.  Come along and meet new people – artists, musicians, writers, sculptors, designers, photographers, all manner of other creatives and lovers of the arts and culture.  All welcome!

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Our Open Mic has had to be cancelled over the last few weeks for reasons beyond our control. Thankfully you’ll be glad to hear that the next Open Mic will be held on the 6th March 2014 and will feature the artwork of Layla Brookes. Performers should sign in at 7.30pm.  Acts start at 8pm.  All welcome!

Please keep an eye out on our Facebook Page and follow us on twitter for the latest details and news.

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Creative Cricklewood Third Tuesday – No.3 – 18th June 6.45pm.

Are you curious about Cricklewood?

Every Third Tuesday of the month, Creative Cricklewood want to explore a little bit of Cricklewood and the surrounding areas with you.

Our next exploration will take place on the Third Tuesday in JUNE (18th) We would like to take you with us to the Railway Terraces one of the 2 Conservation areas in Cricklewood. Built in the 1800’s these Terraces are a Cricklewood secret. We will have a tour of the Terraces followed by the chance to talk to two residents about the history of the Terraces and the opportunity to buy the book ‘Cricklewood Railway Terraces a Village History’ written by the Residents Community Association for only £3.00

We will meet at the Corner of Cricklewood Broadway and Depot Approach at 6.45pm. Look out for the Creative Cricklewood lamp post tied with colourful ribbons outside the Beacon Bingo (photo and map below).

Come and join us. It would be great to see you.

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