London Events

12 June 2019
Age UK K&C and Opera Holland Park
We are celebrating 5 years of partnership based on shared values and collaboration.
12 June 2019
The Freud Museum
Join a member of the Freud Museum’s Education Team to explore Freud’s far-reaching views on creativity and wellbeing, and learn about the great man’s own passions, joys and sorrows, as you tour his final home and its magnificent colle
12 June 2019
The Creative Space
The Creative Space Programme provides a series of creative workshops run by SPACE and Arlington for the residents of Arlington and other homeless schemes in Camden.
12 June 2019
Free Space Project
Photographic collage provides incredible freedom to be creative with images and designs.
12 June 2019
Open Age
Join us for a mindful photo walk at the beautiful Italian Gardens in The Royal Parks. The workshop is suitable for beginners, aged 50+ but all levels are welcome.
12 June 2019
Portugal Prints
Visit our exhibition London’s Light and Dark and join in with the drop in creative workshops where you can share your thoughts and feelings about London.
12 June 2019, 13 June 2019, 16 June 2019
Women Over 50 Film Festival CIC
In a Walthamstow sitting room join us to watch a programme of short films celebrating older women on both sides of the camera. Come for 1 or 2 films or stay for them all. The films are between 1 and 20 minutes long.
12 June 2019
Royal College of Physicians
Music therapist and vocal coach Phoene Cave leads a participatory workshop to coincide with the Royal College of Physicians Museum exhibition exploring breathing and breathlessness, ‘Catch your Breath’.
12 June 2019
The Freud Museum
Join art therapists Melanie Stevenson and Cate Smail of Art Therapy4all CIC for an experiential session of art-making, exploring the fascinating art therapy process and offering a deeper understanding of how it can bring the unconscio
12 June 2019
Headway East London
A collaborative printing workshop devised with and led by the members of Submit to Love Studios - a collective of self-taught artists based at brain injury charity Headway East London.

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