31Dec
2012

The end of the line

The end of the line

Walthamstow Scene ran from November 2010 to December 2012. Although the site will remain as a resource, it is no longer being updated, and therefore we will not be featuring any new content.

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10Nov
2012

Forest Poets and Darren Hayman at the Rose & Crown

Forest Poets and Darren Hayman at the Rose & Crown

The Forest Poets are presenting a night of music and poetry at the Rose & Crown on Friday 30 November. The night features performances from a range of poets and artists, and is headlined by singer/songwriter, formerly of the band Hefner, Darren Hayman.

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November 4, 2012

Do the Boundary Commission changes to Walthamstow matter?

Do the Boundary Commission changes to Walthamstow matter?

The Boundary Commission for England have proposed breaking up the current Walthamstow parliamentary constituency, to merge the north of the area with Chingford and the south with Leyton. So what?

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November 2, 2012

Opening night for The Bell

Opening night for The Bell

After a substantial period of refurbishment, and quite a bit of speculation and expectation, The Bell opened the doors last night for what felt like an opening party.

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August 27, 2012

Chequers, Cock and Bell: Walthamstow pubs re-born?

Chequers, Cock and Bell: Walthamstow pubs re-born?

In the nearly two years that I’ve been running this site, I’m not sure any topic has generated as much discussion as that of pubs in Walthamstow. Over the past few weeks, the renovation of three Walthamstow pubs has renewed chatter about the local drinking establishments.

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August 27, 2012

The Stow Festival line-up is announced

The Stow Festival line-up is announced

The line-up for The Stow Festival has been announced. The November Five, Moses, Maggie Ronson and Russel Swallow & The Wolf will be joined by a host of others at the four-day music extravaganza.

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August 25, 2012

Age of East17 at Tokarska Gallery

Age of East17 at Tokarska Gallery

Tokarska Gallery are holding an exhibition called ‘Age of East17′ as part of the E17 Art Trail 2012. The show features a number of local photographers and runs from Saturday 1 September until Sunday 16 September.

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June 29, 2012

Cheesecloth play the Hare and Hounds

Cheesecloth play the Hare and Hounds

Cheesecloth are playing a free gig at the Hare and Hounds on Lea Bridge Road on Saturday 30 June. It will be their last show before the Autumn.

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June 28, 2012

Wriggly Rhythms, by Ailsa Betts

Wriggly Rhythms, by Ailsa Betts

Guest post from Ailsa Betts on Wriggly Rhythms, the musical group for babies and toddlers in Walthamstow.

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June 27, 2012

Review: ‘Sunrise Mountain’ by Russell Swallow and the Wolf

Review: ‘Sunrise Mountain’ by Russell Swallow and the Wolf

Russell Swallow and the Wolf released their debut album, ‘Sunrise Mountain’ on 26 June 2012. The trio have developed and honed their dreamy acoustic sound for the six-track album, which is out now.

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Forest Poets and Darren Hayman at the Rose & Crown

November 10, 2012 0 comments
Forest Poets and Darren Hayman at the Rose & Crown

The Forest Poets are presenting a night of music and poetry at the Rose & Crown on Friday 30 November. The night features performances from a range of poets and artists, and is headlined by singer/songwriter, formerly of the band Hefner, Darren Hayman.

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The end of the line

December 31, 2012 12 comments
The end of the line

Walthamstow Scene ran from November 2010 to December 2012. Although the site will remain as a resource, it is no longer being updated, and therefore we will not be featuring any new content.

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Age of East17 at Tokarska Gallery

August 25, 2012 0 comments
Age of East17 at Tokarska Gallery

Tokarska Gallery are holding an exhibition called ‘Age of East17′ as part of the E17 Art Trail 2012. The show features a number of local photographers and runs from Saturday 1 September until Sunday 16 September.

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