Edge of Ordinary 4 @ Espacio Gallery

From 3-15th November Espacio Gallery is exhibiting Edge of Ordinary 4, a showcase of artwork that pushes the limits of their form in order to examine what lies beyond these boundaries. Expect an amalgamation of everything from painting to installations. More information here:

http://www.espaciogallery.com/

Espacio Gallery is on 159 Bethnal Green Rd, London E2 7DG

 

Homework @ Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club

If poetry and spoken word is more your thing, get down to Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club on Nov 12th. The theme for this event is ‘Stitch Up’. More information here:

http://www.workersplaytime.net/THISWEEK.htm

Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club  is on 42 Pollard Row, London E2 6NB

 

The London Folk & Roots Festival presents Marc O’Reilly @ Sebright Arms

On Wed 11th Nov, Marc O’Reilley is performing at Sebright Arms as part of The London Folk & Roots Festival. He is considered one of the most exciting upcoming artists in the Irish folk/blues genre. More information here:

http://dmpuk.com/live/events/11-nov-15-the-london-folk–roots-festival-presents-marc-oreilly-sebright-arms/
Sebright Arms is on 31-35 Coate St, off Hackney Road, London E2 9AG

 

Andrea Galvani: The Sun, a Gold Nugget and Seven Stairs @ The Ryder

From 9th Oct-5 Dec 2015, The Ryder is exhibiting Andrea Galvani: The Sun, a Gold Nugget and Seven Stairs, a project which explores the limits of ‘physicality and immateriality’. More information here:

http://www.theryderprojects.com/the-sun-a-gold-nugget-and-seven-stairs.html

The Ryder is on 19a Herald St, off Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 6JT

 

Kites from Kabul @ The V&A Museum Of Childhood

Presented by Turquoise Mountain – a British Charity in Kabul – the exhibition Kites from Kabul showcases an array of kites handmade by the artists and children of Kabul. These kites are inspired by Afghan and Islamic design motifs, and the exhibition works to bring to life the rich culture of kite-flying. It is running until 3rd Jan 2016. More information here:

http://www.vam.ac.uk/moc/exhibitions-and-displays/dkites-from-kabul/

The V&A Museum of Childhood is on Cambridge Heath Rd, London E2 9PA

 

By Hayley D.