Thursday, 12 September 2013

End of Summer review

Dear Friends,

It has been a real privilege taking part to the Summer events at St Clements Hospital.
We wish to thank all of those that helped and supported us during our contributions of the Open Mics and all the good wishes from people sadly house bounded. The enthusiasm and participation generated by these events was real heartwarming.

We were specifically requested to collect a film of Graham J Jones performing his new song "Shine on You" written and dedicated to St Clements. While we wait to see proper documentation courteously collected by 'Mile End Films' part of the Queen Mary University, enjoy these amatorial clips:

We've got a little collection of snaps, which might be appreciated by those that were unable to take part to the event. 
Find here the photo album.
The future of St Clements is still decide, so please read the mail from Kate Mactiernan that follows.

For now the momentum is going to carry on with a newly monthly Open mic, curated by Jazzman John at the Kingsley Hall.
Check it out here

Now, after hitting the record of three events within three month there is the need of a break and to slow down a bit.
However we've had some suggestions for our monthly meetings to have an introduction to passage meditation ( and a writing poetry workshop. Anyone interested, please join us at our next meeting next week, Monday the 16th at LARC, 
62 Fieldgate Street, Whitechapel, London E1 1ES (6.30-8.30).
I will also be running an ear acupuncture clinic from 5pm, just before the meeting, next Monday the 16th, also at LARC.
Ear acupuncture is a technique used in addictions treatments, but effective for most of conditions to bring body and mind in alignment. Seeds can be used instead, in afraid of needles, so why not give it a go if you have never experienced before? This is a free drop in session, a little contribution to cover costs is welcome, but not necessary.
Looking forward to see you.

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