We’ve been making the most of the summer days by bringing our community together for outdoor opportunities to learn new things and have some fun, including our Singing Together Group’s first outdoor public performance, joined by our English groups and members of the public (pictured).

People from all over Tower Hamlets have joined in with our summer programme, building English skills, meeting new people, exploring places and enjoying activities together.

There are plenty of opportunities coming up. Join us as we learn how to be together again, safely. Our next events include opera on the green and an exciting trip to a performance at Crystal Palace Bowl.

Opera on the Green

Wed 18th August 2021
10am – 12noon

A fun open air workshop with English National Opera. Bring a blanket and your lunch for a picnic afterwards until 2pm. Everyone is welcome.

Tosca at Crystal Palace Bowl

Friday 27th August 2021 2.30pm

Puccini’s Tosca in Concert – A day out to see the English National Opera perform at this year’s South Facing Festival (outdoors). If you’re not sure if you like opera, this will convince you. Recommended age 12+. Book in advance by emailing Sue below.

Get involved

Thank you to everyone who has helped with setting up gazebos or joining in with the singing in Bob’s Park. We’re always looking for volunteers who can make decorations or help with setting up. Get in touch if you’d like to join in.

For more information about any of the events and to get involved, email sue.agyakwa@bbbc.org.uk.

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