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Iced Tea

Guest blogger Danny Elliot writes about his visit to one of Entelechy’s 21st Century Tea Dances earlier in this year. This article was originally published on Age UK London’s blog. Please visit http://www.ageuklondonblog.org.uk for more quality blogs on the age sector, … Continue reading

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In praise of the ordinary: a day trip to Eltham Palace

We walk slowly around the beautifully restored gardens of Eltham Palace in south London. Unexpectedly the sun shines. ‘Let’s go slowly’, says Dahlia, ‘I need all the vitamin D that I can get’. The sight of us arriving in the … Continue reading

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A pity it’s only once a week

Guest Blogger and Meet Me member Maurine Catchpole describes how joining Meet Me at the Albany helped her catch up with a lifetime ambition When I was 14 my mother was working in the café of the Horniman Museum serving … Continue reading

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Lost Without Words

I have only once been truly lost. It was after midnight and for complicated reasons I was alone in the depths of a Caledonian pine forest. I remember the moment when I realised that I had absolutely no idea where … Continue reading

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Small Moments

“What Next?” and the “National Campaign for the Arts” recently came together to create the Hearts for the Arts Awards, a new initiative to reward and thank Councils, Councillors and Council officers who are overcoming financial challenges to ensure the arts stay … Continue reading

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Making it up as we go along

  Monday afternoon with our elder’s performance group. We are creating LOVE an immersive theatre experience to be disguised as a 21st Century Tea Dance in October of this year. We find ourselves dissecting the anatomy of a relationship. Twelve of us huddled … Continue reading

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Taken by Surprise

  Writing in her theatre blog last week the Guardian’s Theatre Critic Lyn Gardner cites a recent study that suggests that outdoor arts are able to achieve what the wider cultural sector aspires to but seldom reaches –an audience that … Continue reading

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