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February 22, 2016

To-do List 22-28 February

  // Nerd Nite London @ V&A Museum of Childhood (1) Learning doesn’t always have to be tedious. If you have a thirst for knowledge and yet despair at the prospect of sharpening your mind against the binding of some stuffy library…
February 19, 2016

Fancy a Drink? It’s All New in E2

//part 1 It’s a Friday night and after having successfully made it to the close of another working week, you feel like going out for a drink or two. “Where will the night take me?” you think to yourself, and may be…
February 15, 2016

To-Do List 15 – 21 February

The Tales we Tell: Indian Warli Painting: V&A Museum of Childhood (1) This exhibition is included as a part of the V&A India Festival which celebrates India’s rich cultural legacies. The Warli painting displayed in the Museum of Childhood is a tribal…
December 1, 2015

To-Do List: 30 Nov – 6 Dec

  Autobahn @ Sebright Arms (1) On Tues 1 Dec Autobahn will be headlining at Sebright Arms with support from both Sweat and The Bodies. Originally from Leeds, this band carries with them a postpunk sound that has received nothing but excellent…
November 18, 2015

To-Do List: 16-22 November

Modern Face of Syria @ Art Represent (1) On Wed 18 Nov, Art Represent will host the opening of Imran Faour’s new exhibition, Modern Face of Syria. This exhibition features a collection of graphic works that function as a personal response to…
November 10, 2015

To-Do List: 9-15th November

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…
October 14, 2015

Puzzled? Escape Land

Along with a couple of friends, I find myself locked in a room filled with logic puzzles, hidden keys, word problems, and a female mannequin in pilot’s goggles. We have exactly 60 minutes to solve all of the puzzles and open the…
September 17, 2015

OpenHouse weekend Part 2

London Buddhist Centre Located on Roman Road, the London Buddhist Centre used to be a fire station when it first opened in 1888. Nowadays its Victorian red-brick building is home not to fire engines but beautiful murals and ornate shrine rooms complete…
September 17, 2015

OpenHouse weekend ahead!

Open House London, London’s biggest architecture festival allowing for free access to many of the capital’s beautiful buildings, is taking place this weekend, and there’s plenty to see in East London too. Many of Bethnal Green’s historic and fascinating buildings will open…
September 8, 2015

Bethnal Greener

Sarah Beydoun is a full time volunteer and the secretary of Teesdale & Hollybush Tenants and Residents Association, a TRA that has transformed parts of the estate that were once the focal points for anti-social behaviour into award-wining community gardens. Sarah’s involvement…
August 20, 2015

‘Happy Ever After’ you say?

On Saturday 22nd August, Tower Hamlets residents are invited to a free family festival of a world of fantasy and fairytale! The ‘Happy Ever After’ family festival will transform Weavers Field Pocket Park with amazing street performances, mystical storytelling, exciting crown-making workshops…
July 24, 2015

A New View of London at Gallery320

‘London’ is the newest exhibition at Gallery 320, curated by photographer and gallery director Sean Pines. The collection, displayed at the delightful basement space located off Bethnal Green Road, comprises a broad selection of photographs taken by 20 artists from around the…
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