Boishaki Mela in Weavers Fields

Although the Boishakhi Mela was delayed this year from the second week of May to the last day of July the celebration is very much not over. The Boishakhi Mela, if you are not familiar with it is the celebration of the…

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To-Do List 18- 24 July

The net may be littered with deals of cheap flights and even cheaper hotels, but why settle for a frankly questionable youth hostel when you can get more bang for your buck a little more local? Yes, the weather’s a little precarious,…

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Bethnal Green goes Vegan

Picture vegan food in your head… Does it include Tiramisu? Ethiopian stew? Cashew and coconut korma? The point is, eating vegetarian and vegan food can seem daunting…. until you discover that your favourite dish still belongs in the menu. The following list…

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To-Do List 4 – 10 July

To do list: 4th – 10th July: Last week was certainly been a devastating one, and we’ve all be left wondering what next. First Brexit, then England’s sore defeat to Iceland to mark a 2nd  Brexit out of the Euro cup (a…

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To-Do List 25April – 1May

Wednesday 27th //Our London Talks: Gentrification: good, bad & the ugly? Oxford House will be polishing our wine glasses and playing hosts to an evening of discussion and debate. In collaboration with the Londonist we’ll be joined by a special panel of…

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To-Do List 18-24 April

Wednesday// Nerdnite @ The museum of Childhood (Londonist) If you’re one of those peculiar types whose idea of a cool evening is spent getting to grips with Quantum physics and other abstract concepts, then this night will be right up your street.…

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To-Do List 11-17 April

  Wed 13th// APE FORGETS MEDICATION: Treyfs and Artknacks @ Londonnewcastle project Literary jack of all trades and performance artist Johnathan Meades presents his first exhibition Ape forgets Medication. It is a rather odd set of works, using various mediums. Using a…

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To-Do List 21-27 March

// Richard Walters @ Sebright Arms (1) This week’s ‘what’s on’ features a fair amount of music, but we are certainly not complaining – in fact, we cannot think of a better way to welcome in Spring than with a showcase of…

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To-Do List 14-20 March

Things to do in Bethnal Green, 14th March – 20th March St. Patrick’s Day @ The Sun Tavern (1) Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at The Sun Tavern. They will be providing free food in the form of pie and mash from G.…

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To-Do List 7-13 March

  // The Language of Place @ St. John on Bethnal Green (1) Taking place in the beautiful venue St. John’s Church, Faber Social and Rockfeedback will be hosting their first event of 2016 on Tues 8 March: The Language of Place.…

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What does citizenship mean to you?

A two day interactive installation about citizenship and nationality is taking place this weekend (5 & 6 March) in Bethnal Green. Citizenshop/Citizenship by German artist Nele Vos will engage with place, identity and  interpretation of migration . The experience will lead the…

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To-Do List 29 Feb – 6 March

Fermented and Wild @ L’atypique Wines (1) ”We’re a small company with a simple idea: wine should be good and enjoyed by everyone.” On 4th March, L’atypique, who create their own organic wine, and Ukrainian chef, Olia Hercule, will come together to…

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