What's on in Hackney
- Arts & culture – inc exhibitions, plays, films7
- Community events – inc volunteering, over 50s, charity/3rd sector events, clubs & societies3
- Courses, workshops, talks & book groups2
- Food & drink4
- Health, fitness & outdoors – inc sports clubs, classes, parks events & public health events5
- Music – live performance1
A great way to network and put forward your favourite tunes.
Raymond Salvatore Harmon returns to London with a salon style solo show to mark the first days of Spring with bursts of vibrant colour and energy.
Hilde and Caiger & Co have teamed up to launch the first HOPE supper club at Benk + Bo in aid of St. Cuthbert's.
Babel Open Mic is a distinguished event that is designed to establish a solid community of creative minds, bringing many artistic disciplines together to enjoy art and enhance networking.
This uplifting, modern classic celebrates the quirks of every family, the potholes in every road, and the power of overcoming our differences.
Alexander technique for mums and babies 0-9 months. A five week workshop, which is running for the second time, where mums bring their babies and explore how to avoid arms, neck and back pain when holding or lifting the baby.
The Jazz Verse Jukebox is a thrilling night of diverse spoken word and improvisational jazz from some of the freshest exponents on the scene. Hosted by & with music from Jumoké Fashola.
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.
Seated Acupresure massage, holistic massage, facial reflexology £20, Indian head massage.
5 week course based on Alexander Technique principles.
Created by future industry professionals from the local area, Hoxton Hall Youth Arts quarterly event, Sound Out, lends a stage and gives a voice to the soon-to-be discovered talent of East London.
Urban Food Fest is a street food market every Saturday @Euro Car Parks, Shoreditch High Street. Midday to midnight, free entry for everyone.
Olivier Award-winning OperaUpClose presents a new English version of Donizetti's Mary, Queen of Scots (Maria Stuarda).
Run in the footsteps of legends around the iconic sights of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Join Rabbi Mendy's legendary tour of Stamford Hill that goes deep into the area's meanings and avenues.
Farm Africa's Laughing Season brings together a bumper crop of the UK's most cutting-edge comedians, to provide a night of hilarity in support of African farmers.