Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Way, London N22 7AY
Sunday 27th May: 10.30am - 7.00pm
Monday 28th May: 10.00am - 7.00pm
£10 per ticket: Exclsive offer for the early birds: visit www.afrohairshow.com for 2 tickets for the price of 1
The Afro Hair & Beauty Show is the biggest hair, beauty and lifestyle exhibition for young black women in Europe. Now celebrating 25 years of being at the front of the scene, the show will now be reborn as Afro Hair & Beauty Live with more demonstrations, more makeovers and more ways to get involved than ever before.
The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL
10.00 until 19.00 FRI - MON
Want to find the next big name in art?
Follow the example of the most savvy art collectors and browse Free Range during June and July 2007...
Free Range is the Europe’s largest graduate showcase of over 2,500 art and design students from 60 of the UK’s top Universities nationwide. Situated at the Old Truman Brewery in East London’s Brick Lane, there is something for everyone – all the artistic disciplines are covered, including art, design, photography, interiors, textiles and product design. Best of all, its free admission!
It’s the last chance to catch some signed canvasses from the hand of the waggish Banksy. Winding down after an all too brief period, the exhibition showcases some of the artist’s wittiest work. Includes daubs that take a swipe at everything from royalty to Tesco.
The Andipa Gallery, 162 Walton Street, SW3. Until Sat 24 Mar.
Infor: 020 7589 2371.
The release of one of the most comprehensive literatures on street wear is just around the corner. The first copies of Steven Vogel’s book, simply titled “Street Wear” will be exchanged Wednesday May 9th between 7pm and 10pm at The Three Threads store in London. Live entertainment as well as Jamaica’s own Red Stripe beer will be around to quench your thirst.
The Three Threads
47-49 Charlotte Road
London EC2A 3QT
Phone: 020 7749 0503
Box Office: 020 7701 0100
Genre: Play Subgenre: Satire
Age suitability: General
It's election time on the romantic Caribbean island of Jamaica. The campaign has, however, been completely overwhelmed by extreme apathy and disillusionment. Fatigued by the ever increasing levels of poverty, debt and corruption, a new student organization called the 'No Confidence Movement' emerges in an attempt to lead the electorate on a national boycott of the general elections.
Opening night: 8 May 2007
Closing: 26 May 2007
Detailed schedule: Select Month -
Prices: £10 (£8 concs)
FRED HAMMOND & TYE TRIBBETT
LINE UP: FRED HAMMOND AND RADICAL FOR CHIRST TYE TRIBBETT & GA
FRED HAMMOND AND RADICAL FOR CHIRST TYE TRIBBETT & GA. UK SUPPORT: PRISCILLA JONES JAHAZIEL & ROGER SAMUELS HOSTED BY: MUYIWA PREMIER RADIO & DAVE P
Date :Jun 9, 2007 (Sat)
Location :CARLING APOLLO HAMMERSMITH (London)