Coram's Fields

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Bloomsbury

  • Free

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  • Address:

    93
    Coram's Fields Guilford St
    London
    WC1N 1DN

  • Venue phone:

    020 7837 6138

  • Venue website:

    www.coramsfields.org

  • Opening hours:

    Daily 9am-dusk

  • Transport:

    Tube: Russell Square

  • Price:

    Free

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Camden Mela

Things to do, Festivals

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Arts and crafts, food stalls, live music and a funfair come together on Coram's Fields for this community festival celebrating the richness of British Asian culture. A marquee will provide health information and advice and there will be plenty of free...

Camden Mela

10 Things I Hate About You

The Taming of the Shrew set in American teendom ('Padua', a suburb of Seattle) may not sound a great idea. A snooty riot grrrl (Stiles) as Kate/Katharina? An impoverished Jim Morrison clone (Ledger) as Patrick/Petruchio? Another loudmouthed, narcissi...

  • Fri Aug 15:

    • 20:30

Dirty Dancing

After 2004’s straight-to-DVD sequel, the superior original is re-released, digitally restored, to mark the film’s twentieth anniversary. Aside from making fans feel very old, this is also likely to make them feel just as jubilant and light-footed as...

  • Sat Aug 16:

    • 20:30

Dumb & Dumber

Notes on a motion picture recollected in tranquillity. Story: the two dumbest guys in the world drive across America to return a lady's briefcase. Inside the case is a $1m ransom. Complications ensue. Character: Carrey and Daniels. The lady is blonde...

  • Thu Aug 14:

    • 20:30

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Rating: 4/5

Talk about transcending your roots. In ten short years (and eight rather long instalments), the Harry Potter series has gone from harmless, derivative boarding-school hi-jinks aimed squarely at bookish pre-teens to Julie Walters calling Helena Bonham...

  • Sun Aug 17:

    • 20:30

The Merry Wives of Windsor

Shakespeare, Fringe, Drama, Outdoor theatre

  • Rating: 4/5
  • Critics' choice

Falstaff is an ’80s sex god, a vision in gold collars and slashed shirts, serenading the audience with everything from Ian Dury and the Blockheads to Elton John. Punks and hippies drift happily around the set, Home Counties housewives dance around with...

The Merry Wives of Windsor
  1. Thu Jul 31 – Sat Aug 2
  2. Coram's Fields
  3. £13-£16, £11-£13 concs
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Triskele M

Personally, I think its a good resource especially as its the only one for miles but its dirty and the cafe is overpriced and mediocre at best, filthy places to sit and I won't be going back with my kids. Been a couple times to give it a go but its badly looked after.

Blossom Lane

Great to be reminded of this wonderful play centre and park for children in London. A quick look at their website shows what great work they do and why they deserve our support. It's definitely going to be somewhere I will be visiting with my grandchildren in the weeks to come.