To-Do List 29 Feb – 6 March

February 29, 2016

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 produce an evening of fermented fun. Hercule has designed a three-course menu with a plethora of pickles on the side, and plenty of yeast fermented wines – courtesy of L’atypique – to wash it all down with. All of the food on the menu is sustainably sourced, so an evening of wholesome, guilt-free fun is sure to be had by all. More information here:

458 Hackney Rd, London, E2 9EG


Tribal Healing Drumming Workshop @ The Vatican Music Studios (2)

This evening will introduce attendees to the art of djembe drumming, a West African drum renowned for its diversity of sound. With cleansing and purification at its core, this workshop is sure to detoxify the body, mind, and mostly, ears, and transport you from the intensity of London life to the calming coasts of West Africa. More information here:

The Vatican Music Studios, Railway Arch 190, Bancroft Rd, London E1 4ET


It’s a Hard World for Little Things @ V&A Museum of Childhood (3)

Artist C A Halpin has produced six large graphite drawings in a series entitled ‘Children Carrying Heavy Objects’ these images show children from around the world carrying the physical burdens of their world, whilst also displaying the more metaphorical burdens carried by these children in an increasingly adult environment. More information here:

Cambridge Heath Rd, London E2 9PA


May the Farce Be With You @ Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club (4)

The unlikely worlds of cabaret and sci-fi are coming together on Thursday 3rd March for an evening of dancing, burlesque, holograms and intergalactic fun. Resident swing band The Fabulous Bakewell Boys will be kicking off the evening, alongside other performances from The Fabulous Bakewell Boys, Apple Tart, H P Lovebox, Simon Lukacs, and Niki Stevens. More information here:

42-44 Pollard Row London E2 6NB


The Dark Side of Bethnal Green (5)


London’s East End is polluted with stories of dark deeds and corrupt characters. This walk will trace the steps of people such as the Kray twins, Oswald Mosley, and Reverend Benjamin Russen who navigated the streets, pubs and schools of Bethnal Green. Led by David Charnick, a man well versed in walking the streets of London, this walk is sure to be enlightening and terrifying. Sunday 6th March. More information here:

Meet outside the Clerk’s House, next to St Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch High Street.


-By Lydia Anderson

Author: greg

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