What's on in Hackney
Frustrated by the mainstream media? Our pioneering school of Citizen TV, WORLDbytes, offers free camera training to anyone interested in making hard-hitting programmes which challenge the status quo.
D H Lawrence's groundbreaking play, never performed in his lifetime, entwines the struggles of a young married couple with those of a community on strike.
The award-winning Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School will be holding taster days in January for kids aged 4-18. Attendees can try classes in dance, singing and drama for free!
Music Treehouse is for students with Special Educational Needs, and is available to students from Early Years, up to and including Secondary.
A weekly Academy under the artistic direction of internationally renowned jazz pianist and composer Julian Joseph.
Women meet together once a month to practice yoga and meditation, in sync with the moon cycles.
Run in the footsteps of legends around the iconic sights of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
'Alan Partridge' star Tim Key headlines this all-headline comedy night.
Gemini are a contemporary jazz trio with a hint of progressive rock, blues and African music.
Local heroes Zkeletonz return to the stage after a winter of recording and releasing new explorations in their trademarked #POSTPOP music.
Music lovers, rejoice! Hackney Record Fair returns Sunday 3rd March to the newly refurbished EartH for a day of vinyl heaven.
Mica Paris is coming to Hackney to perform at the Round Chapel, not only to celebrate her music career legacy, but also to raise awareness around International Women's Day and the impact women have had on the entertainment industry.
Brooklyn based psych/noise/kraut legends Oneida were founded in 1997 have been an essential driving force in the New York experimental music community.
This uplifting, modern classic celebrates the quirks of every family, the potholes in every road, and the power of overcoming our differences.