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New Cross Gate Station View

Above: View from the new high walkway of the station on 11 March 2015. Starting on the left we can see: Shard of Glass; St Paul’s Cathedral; the light-topped slightly  curved shape of 20 Fenchurch Street (commonly known as the ‘Walkie Talkie’); Leadenhall Building, with the sloping side (commonly known as the ‘Cheese-grater’); 30 St Mary Axe (commonly known as the ‘Gherkin’); and on the far right is the Heron Tower. 233 more words


This is Deptford not Dalston Part 2

We have to start from what I consider to be some simple, but often unspoken or avoided truths: gentrification is about ‘race’,culture, class, age, and gender. 727 more words

Plant Fair Roadshow: 2015

A glorious plant filled day at Telegraph Hill Centre as the Plant Fairs Roadshow returns on Saturday 30th May – 1 to 4pm.

The ‘Plant Doctor’ will be offering free consultations to diagnose your ailments and provide prescriptions for a beautiful garden … there will be lots of plantspeople offering amazing and unusual plants alongside classic favourites. 337 more words


Wed 22 April: PEEPING TOM

Deptford Cinema and 60EUROS Film Club present a screening of Michael Powell’s PEEPING TOM (1960) on Wednesday 22 April.

Film studio employee and occassional photographer Mark Lewis is a lonely voyer, obsessed with the desire to kill and catch the moment of death on film. 87 more words


Thurs 23 April: SONG OF SILENCE

The CINEMANIA: NEW WORLDS season of film about global youth experiences continues at the new Deptford Cinema this week with a screening of SONG OF SILENCE… 192 more words


This is Deptford not Dalston: Part 1

As we pass Deptford Bridge station on the DLR my four year old daughter screams “look Dadda, it’s the Birds Nest”. Kali has become quite fond of the Birds Nest pub since our little family returned to live in South East London six months ago. 1,213 more words

'So U Think I'm Crazy?' reviewed by Matthew McKenzie

On Friday 20th March, there was a sell-out performance of ‘So U Think I’m Crazy?’ at the Albany Theatre in Deptford, a play which tells the story of a young black man’s experience of the mental health system in Britain. 113 more words