Creative Cricklewood, Events, Open Mic

Upcoming Events

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Creative Cricklewood Third Tuesday Presents

Opera in The Dell

A Magical Evening of Performance at The Mapesbury Dell
Tuesday 16 July 6.30pm – 9.30pm

We would like to take you with us to the Mapesbury Dell, one of the 2 conservation areas in Cricklewood. A hidden gem, this small but beautiful green space, will play host to an evening of Opera. We will meet at the Corner of Cricklewood Broadway and Depot Approach at 6.00pm. Look out for the Creative Cricklewood lamp post tied with colourful ribbons outside the Beacon Bingo. Or meet at the Mapesbury Dell which is situated between 10 and 12 Hoveden Road, off Keyes Road NW2

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

[We will need help lifting musical equipment into the Dell at 1.30pm on the 16th.  Please call us on 07967 377110 if you can lend a hand].

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SHUT UP AND WRITE!

Calling all writers, beginner writers and would-be writers! Creative Cricklewood continues to run a working session called SHUT UP AND WRITE! at Meral’s Cafe EVERY FRIDAY afternoon 3.15pm to 4.45pm. Just you and your pen or laptop and 90 minutes of nonstop writing, together. Do join us if you can. All welcome.

bambookidd x windmill

OPEN MIC & ART SHOW!

Thursday 4 July at the Windmill – 57 Cricklewood Broadway.

We present a brand new exhibition of paintings by graffiti artist BAMBOOKIDD.
with music and poetry as part of our regular Open Mic event.
From 7.30pm. Performances start at 8.00pm.

The exhibition will continue throughout July.
Opening hours: Mon – Fri from 4pm, Sat – Sun from 1pm

BAMBOOKIDD has been sketching and doodling since he could hold a pen.
Influenced by the likes of D*Face, The London Police, Jamie Hewlett,
The Simpsons, comic books, cartoons and growing up with skater/hip-hop
culture, he eventually began to develop and work on a character of his own.
The result is BAMBOOKIDD – a blank canvas that appears in art
reflecting the influences and activity which emerge from his mind.
Past projects have included exhibitions, live drawings, in-store
designs for small boutiques and record shops, as well as comic books,
flyers and customizations.
http://bambookidd.blogspot.co.uk/

This week will be our 20th open mic event at The Windmill. We would like to thank everybody – performers, artists, and audience alike, who have supported it so far.
https://www.facebook.com/events/398935226879015/

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Cricklewood Festival 2012, NW2, London
Silk Road Festival

Cricklewood Silk Road Festival 15th September 2012

The Inaugural Cricklewood Silk Road Festival was held on Saturday 15th September and was a great success. Creative Cricklewood were heavily involved in the planning and running of the festival.   Our members, Amanda and Zoe organised decorations for the broadway, and with their little helpers managed to cover many of the street railings and lamposts with an array of colourful materials. We also set up a stall at Casbah Corner and Alex, Thomas, Henryk and Amanda were on hand to show off some of the group’s work, to inform local residents about what we are doing, encourage them to get involved and to support local creative arts.  As well as this, Alistair ran a very popular ‘Make a Moth’ stall for local children to get involved and show their creative flare; Jean Marc entertained passers-by with his story telling; Mary Calton sang her heart out on the main stage; and to top it all off, Kevin Keating organised a fantastic post-festival fringe party at The Four Seasons with an exhibition, open-mic and lots of great food, drink and revelry!

We were heartened by the support that we received from local residents and businesses that we met on Saturday, and look forward to working with many of them over the coming year.  Creative Cricklewood has lots of plans in the pipeline and we’re looking forward to an array of upcoming events over the next year, and of course The Silk Road Festival will return in 2013 and is set to be even bigger and better!

Click the image below to take a look at a gallery of photos from the day.

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