The Poetry School – formerly based in Lambeth – has relocated to the Dock Offices in Surrey Quays Road.
Founded in 1997, the school is a registered charity and part of the Arts Council England portfolio of funded organisations.
The Victorian Dock Offices are owned by British Land.
The Poetry School has asked us to share this job advert:
Canada Water, SE16
£10.20 per hour (London Living Wage)
Evening and weekends – hours to vary, but working 4 hours per weekday evening during term-time, with some Saturdays, and a total of 3 hours per week outside term-time
Closing date for applications: Friday 20 April, 6pm
Locally-based caretaker and cleaner wanted for evening and weekend work at adult education arts charity in Canada Water, SE16.
We are looking for a reliable, friendly and conscientious person to undertake our caretaking and cleaning duties in the evenings and at weekends.
Main responsibilities include cleaning, acting as keyholder and locking up the premises in the evening, preparing classrooms for teaching, greeting tutors and students on arrival and providing assistance, for example, with photocopying and general queries.
To apply, please send a cover letter explaining why you are suitable and a copy of your CV to [email protected].
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 25 April for a start date of Tuesday 8 May.
Weekly drama classes for all ages at London Bubble Theatre
new term starts w/c 6th January 2018
Fun, friendly, creative sessions for children, teenagers and adults
These weekly classes give the opportunity for a wide range of people to make theatre together, assisted by experienced theatre practitioners who share the vision that people make theatre.
Classes held at 5 Elephant Lane, Rotherhithe, SE16 4JD
For 6-8yrs, 9-11yrs, 12-17yrs (youth theatre) and adults.
Fees: £60 (£30 concessions) for under 18s. £80 (£40 concessions) for adults. Taster classes available at start of term.
CLICK HERE to find out more
or contact 020 7237 4434 | [email protected]
London Bubble is a community-based theatre company located in Rotherhithe, making theatre involving people of all ages aiming to build community, develop wellbeing and create dynamic and involving new theatre.
The charity is now recruiting new Ttustees to join its board, chaired by Sir Simon Hughes. London Bubble are particularly keen to address the following skills-gaps
1. Fundraising, especially with experience of individual giving and legacy giving
2. Young people’s wellbeing, including arts, youth justice and employment
3. Knowledge of how schools work
4. Digital engagement and its role both in making theatre and marketing it
5. Knowledge and/or experience of Arts for Health initiatives from a Health or Social Care perspective.
More details on http://londonbubble.org.uk/jobs/
Edible Rotherhithe, a newly created community gardening and arts group, has been selected to received £1,000 after applying for funding from organic skin and haircare brand Green People.
In celebration of its 20th year, Green People launched a national campaign – ‘Change the World in 20 Ways’ – where individuals and groups across the UK were invited to apply for £1,000 to put towards projects to make a difference in their local communities.
Edible Rotherhithe will be transforming a disused piece of land on the Silverlock Estate into a community allotment. The project will enable local residents to grow their own food – promoting healthy eating and outdoor activity – whilst also becoming a welcoming social space to host community dinners with produce grown on the site. In addition, there will also be workshops in arts and crafts to increase the skills and confidence of local residents and an amphitheatre for community film and theatre events.
Christina Wheatley, who nominated Edible Rotherhithe, commented: “We’re so excited to have been selected as the recipients of £1,000 and have great plans to take our project further. We’re helping to bring about positive change in our part of the world by kick-starting a new community garden and teaching space through the purchase of a polytunnel that will provide sufficient room for food growing and educational workshops.”
Find out more about Edible Rotherhithe on Facebook and Twitter.
The Camden Society, which runs The Riverside Day Centre in Bermondsey, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to transform the centre’s underused car park into a beautiful food growing garden and art studio. The project will ensure that people with a learning disabilitycan learn skills and discover new interests, whilst also being open for the local community to use.
The centre currently supports around 90 people with a learning disability and provides a tailor-made service that allows people to plan how to spend their day. Due to the immanent closure of the charity’s South London centre, The Riverside must expand its services to ensure it can accommodate more people each day.
The crowdfunding campaign has already received a £10,000 pledge from the Mayor of London. Thanks to further pledges from the public, local and national businesses, 83% of the funds needed have been raised. However, as this is an all of nothing campaign, if they do not reach their target, they will lose every pledge.
The charity is appealing for public support to get behind the campaign and help them reach their goal.
Pledges can be made to the project here: www.spacehive.com/a-space-for-art-and-nature
From January 2016 London Bubble theatre company will have 2 office/desk spaces available for rent in its open plan premises in Elephant Lane.
Email [email protected] or call 020 7237 4434 for more info or to arrange a viewing.
The spaces are fully accessible, available 7 days per week, day time and evenings. All spaces have wifi.
All the details are here: 15-10-20 NatNetJobPoster