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Monday 12 April – Wed 14 July Take Me to London 09 presented by Chocolate Films and Watermans A creative media project where young people learned new skills in film making and digital photography while taking part in a project that celebrates three years in London leading up to the London Olympics and Paralympic games in 2012. At the Expo Gallery, Terminal 5, London Heathrow Airport. Free. Open daily.10am – 6pm See www.watermans.org.uk 
Friday 11 June – Sunday 8 August To Dance Like Your Dad by Hetain Patel

This exhibition looks at Hetain’s attempt to understand an Indian mindset. Developed from a recent photographic series in which Patel documented members of his family, this work sees the artist stepping into his father’s shoes, imitating his words, gestures and mannerisms.


Every Wednesday


Music workshops for children and parents/carers led by Tamar Swade with lots of fun and games. Start Time: 10.30am -11.15am (0-24 mths), 11.30am -12.15pm (2-4 yrs).until 14 July Tickets: £5 (£3 conc.)  
Every Saturday

Drama Zone

Drama workshop for children, encouraging creativity and fun through theatre games and theatre techniques led by Kenn Michaels 10.30am-12.30pm (5-8 years), 1.15pm-3.15pm (9-14 years) until 3 July / per term £80 (£55) or Individual sessions: £9 (£6)

Bollywood Dance Classes with Monisha Bharadwaj.  £30/20 for 6 sessions,

£6.50/5 individual. Keep up to date with the latest Bollywood moves in these friendly fun workshops. Junior workshop, 4.30pm – 5.30pm. Adult workshop 7pm-8pm. Until 18 July 2010.


Bharatanatyam Dance Classes with Monisha Bharadwaj. £30/20 for 6 sessions, Learn to dance in this classic and traditional Indian dance form. £6.50/5 individual. 5.30pm – 7pm. Starting on until 18 July 2010.


Contemporary Dance Classes led by Natasha McKenzie These new workshops are aimed at participants who are 16+ years with at least one year’s dance training in any style. The classes will look at dance technique, improvisation and creative skills with an opportunity to perform on stage locally until 8 Jul (excluding 10 June) / 5.30pm – 6.30pm / Studio 1.



July 15, 2010