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May 4, 2016

Phy.tol.ogy. meets Bethnal Green

Art, Botany and medicine in the Urban Jungle Meet our newest addition to local Green spaces in Bethnal Green, due to re-open this weekend. The Phytology garden project is a natural heritage program connecting artists, botanists and the local community to the…
April 26, 2016

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…
April 20, 2016

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.…
April 18, 2016

A Colourful Patch

Siansah’s Florist, Bethnal Green Road’s first flower shop, opened up last month. It is a family business that aims to change the way we buy flowers. Simone, the owner explains, “We do not have to buy flowers inside a bouquet. There are other…
April 13, 2016

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…
March 22, 2016

Long live pigeons!

  9,400 Londoners die of the consequences of air pollution every year. That is why, Plume labs developed a mobile phone application to help you find out about the quality of the air you are breathing, and gives you advice on how…
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