Events for 14th Oct 2020
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On Duty Carers Hub (Advice, Information and Help with Form Filling) - Greenwich Carers Centre and Mycenae Reach Out
Help with form filling and advice for Carers.
Uncovering the history of Black Greenwich Pensioners
Hidden histories of Black Greenwich Pensioners exhibition from the Old Royal Naval College.
Let Our Legacy Continue
A collaboration between the Caribbean Social Forum, and the University of Greenwich’s Applied Sociology and Drama Theatre and Performance Research Groups.
Adult Lindy Hop Online
Stay-in, Swing-out! This series of Swing Dance sessions from Greenwich Dance will focus on a different theme or step each week, from Cheeky Charleston to The Big-Apple Big-Workout!
Adult Samba Online
Join each week from the comfort of your own home for high vibe Ama Rouge Signature Style Samba no pé. Classes will focus on the basic step, floreios (footwork), technique, personality and choreo.
Adult Mindful Yoga
Martha shares her grounded approach to the yoga practice through mindful, slow yet strong flow.
Family Class Online (3-5yrs)
This class from Greenwich Dance is inspired by an inclusive and child-centred approach creating a warm and fun atmosphere encouraging families and friends to explore and learn together.
Online Drawing Workshop with BLKBRD Collective
Celebrated street artists of the BLKBRD Collective talk about their latest commission for the Museum, inciting togetherness.
Greenwich Cultural Forum
The Greenwich Cultural Forum is for cultural organisations, artists or people involved in culture based or working in the Royal Borough.
Ragtime to Grime - Bring It Home Tour
Experience the joy of live performance! Greenwich Dance and Temujin Gill bring their dance and rap show to your doorstep...
Ragtime to Grime - Bring It Home Tour: Thamesmead Moorings and Woolwich Riverside
Get ready to experience the joy of live performance once more as Temujin Gill’s Grounded Movement bring their dance and rap show to your doorstep.
Our bodies, our health, our history
Awareness stalls featuring works from local artists in celebration of BAME women and raising awareness of the impact of structural racism on their health.