Just off Cambridge Heath Road in-between the Museum of Childhood and St Johns Church lays the Museum Gardens. It is by far one of the prettiest parks in Bethnal Green with its fresh flowers beds, varied trees and many green spaces. There are also a few little charming features such as the old water fountain as you enter the park. The Museum Gardens are perfect for having a picnic or chilling out in the sun although you must be aware of the squirrels! The squirrels of the park are incredibly tame and are not afraid to pinch your lunch if they are feeling hungry.
A flexible space available for performances, rehearsals, conferences or corporate events. Dimensions 16m x 11m Height from ceiling to floor: 3.55 mtrs/14 feet Height from light rigging to floor: 3.44 mtrs/34 feet Accommodates 120 seated, 80 seated at tables, 200 standing Facilities Flexible seating (including some raised platforms for seats) read moreread more
We offer Freestyle painting, a unique painting experience which was designed for people who lead busy lives or cannot commit to a traditional painting course but would prefer a more informal, relaxed and flexible painting session. Our art experience helps you reveal your artistic side on canvas.read more
Come and learn practical self-defence in a fun and safe environment, every Wednesday and Saturday at Qmotion (Stepney Green/Mile End). Shorinji Kempo is a Japanese martial art based on the use of physical principles and weak points rather than brute strength. It is an ideal form of practical self-defence, particularly read moreread more
With over 25 years’ experience delivering dance to the community, Green Candle is one of the UK’s leading dance companies known for the high quality and originality of its work involving both young and older people with and without disabilities. Our main objective is to provide dance experiences to those read moreread more