January seems to have lasted an eternity. 5 Monday’s in one month, with freezing weather to match. Long live February! To make sure you start the month off right, we’ve compiled a list of highlights as usual, picking the best bits Bethnal Green has to offer so you don’t have to!
Tower Hamlets Labour Party Winter Jumble Sale -3rd February – St Margaret’s House
Whether you enjoy politics or not, everyone loves a bargain and that’s exactly what you can expect to find at the Labour Party Winter Jumble Sale. With a range of gadgets, toys, books and kitchenware all on sale at rock bottom prices, pop down to St Margaret’s House for some austerity essentials. You can also donate items that are cluttering up your life – drop them off at 11am on the day.
Entrance is 50p for Labour members, £1, for others
12pm – 4pm, St. Margaret’s House 21 Old Ford Road, Bethnal Green, E2 9PL
Super Bowl Party – 4th February – The Star of Bethnal Green
Touchdown at The Star for the screening of the 52nd Super Bowl. With special Super Bowl themed food, special drinks promotion and pre-game entertainment; there will be nowhere better to watch the game and soak up the atmosphere. All tickets come with a free beer and a bag of popcorn to kick things off. What better way to check out the banging refurbishment at one of Bethnal Green’s smoothest venues?
£5 ticket – complimentary beer and popcorn
£17 ticket – complimentary beer and super bowl platter (Smoked BBQ Rib Chunks, Spicy Buffalo Chicken Wings, Deep Fried Pickles and a Homemade Potato Salad)
10pm – 3am, The Star of Bethnal Green 359 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 6LG
New Acts of the Year 2018 Comedy Selection – 6th February – Rich Mix
Comedy nights can often be extremely expensive, especially in and around East London. However Rich Mix are showcasing new, exciting young comedians battling it out to be chosen in the heats for their New Acts of the Year series, where 12 will eventually feature in the showcase final. With free entry, go have a laugh on the cheap!
18+, 7.30pm Rich Mix
35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA
and from the team at Oxford House….
“The Green” – 20th February – Oxford House – Tuesday 20th Febraury
“The Green”, our monthly meeting, will meet once again at 6pm, Oxford House, on Tuesday 20th February, to discuss ourlatest business support news as well as taking a look at the issues that are affecting residents in the area.
This month, our guest speaker is Michael Smythe, project lead at Phytology and the Bethnal Green Nature Reserve. Michael explores mental and physical well being in our increasingly cramped urban environments. We’re looking forward to hearing how access to nature and complex ecosystems is really important for this.
To get involved in the meeting and to add an agenda point you feel needs addressing please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The strength of these meetings is in the guestlist, so please do share this opportunity far and wide; businesses, residents, organisations – all welcome.
Oxford House, Derbyshire St, Bethnal Green, London E2 6HG, United Kingdom
Compiled by Thufayel Ahmed
Photo is from Museum of London and shows an evicted matchbox maker, circa 1910, in Bethnal Green.
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