Feb 3 2011 Harrow Observer
THE Tricycle celebrates the Foreign Language Film Academy Award entries with a film festival from February 18 to 24.
The venue will screen 13 international titles submitted as the represented nation's choice for the Best Foreign Language Film of the Year. They include: Incendies (Canada), Outside the Law (Algeria), Biutiful (Mexico), Confessions (Japan), Life, Above All (South Africa), Simple Simon (Sweden), Of Gods and Men (France), Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives (Thailand), Lula, the Son of Brazil (Brazil), The Blacks (Croatia), Tirza (The Netherlands), Solemn Promise (Serbia) and The Human Resources Manager (Israel).
There will also be a Q&A session with Israeli award-winning director Eran Riklis.
what? Film festival
where? The Tricycle Theatre, 269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR
when? Friday, February 18 to Thursday, February 24
cost? Early Booker Offer: £8 tickets until February 7. See all 13 films for £45; £35 seniors; £25 students
call? Box office 020 7328 1000
Weaving a tangled web
SET in the idyllic village of Mertoncum-Middlewick in 1941, a vicarage becomes a centre of chaos and confusion when the nosy resident spinster, Miss Skillon, becomes convinced that the wife of her beloved vicar is having a scandalous affair.
Desperate to expose the salacious relationship, a tangled web of deception and deceit is spun as a visiting bishop, locum priest and escaped prisoner of war all get caught in the race to reveal or conceal their outrageous indiscretion.
See How They Run by Philip King is directed by Danny Popkin.
what? See How They Run
where? East Lane Theatre, Vale Farm Sports Centre, Watford Road, Sudbury, HA0 3HG
when? February 4 and 5, at 7.45pm.
cost? All tickets £9 (10 per cent fee for online bookings)
call? 07762 622 215
Young musicians perform
ENJOY an evening of classical music courtesy of talented musicians from schools in Harrow and Northwood.
Top young strings players from Harrow, Merchant Taylors' and St Helen's Schools will perform a concert at St Martin's Church on Sunday.
In the second half, the students will be joined by their teachers to play music by Beethoven, Dvorák or Borodin.
what? Classical concert
where? St Martin's Church, High Street, Ruislip, HA4 7AU
when? Sunday, February 6, 7pm
Call? 01895 623 110
DA SalsaRoom is a dance group helping to raise the profile of Cuban salsa in Brent. Held at the Caribbean Rhum Bar and Restaurant in Cricklewood every Monday, beginners are invited to go along to the classes and give it a try.
what? Salsa dancing
where? Caribbean Rhum Bar and Restaurant, 301 Cricklewood Broadway, London NW2 6PG
when? Every Monday, 7.30-8.30pm
call? 07961 281 989 or email email@example.com
A nice cup of tea and a chance to dance - what more could you want?
GET your glad rags on and don your pearls to discover Brent's tea dancing scene.
Whether you are a beginner or a regular lindy hopper, pop down to Brent Town Hall for an afternoon of dance.
what? Tea dance
where? Brent Town Hall, Forty Lane, Wembley
when? Mondays and Wednesdays, 1.30-4.30pm
call? 020 8937 6206