Category: Eastern Culture

Lost in London – a film

I just came across this wonderful film “Lost in London”, which was posted a year ago on Vimeo. Makes you realise how fast paced life can get… take a morning to just wonder and soak up the east, meander the streets, parks and watersides, get lost in your own neighbourhood and take a moment to reflect… this is rather lovely. Enjoy the next 9 … Read More Lost in London – a film

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ART: Flat C, Pink Does Not Exist

http://www.flatclondon.co.uk/pink-does-not-exist/ Flat C is the brainchild of art curator Crystal Bennes (Filling Station,  SALON(London), and lots of other random stuff). After several frustrating no-gos with galleries covered in red tape, she decided to take it upon herself to set up her own. In her flat. And dubious as I was as to how this would work, it really did… and very well too. Her … Read More ART: Flat C, Pink Does Not Exist

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A Warsaw Melody – Arcola Theatre

arcolatheatre.com Where? The Arcola Theatre, 24 Ashwin Street, London E8 3DL Performance Times: 8.00pm. Matinees 3.00pm Saturday 14, 21, 28 April. How Much? £16 (£12 concessions) + Pay What You Can Tuesdays (from 6.30pm on the door) I’ve been meaning to check out this theatre for a while, so finally, I managed to roll around the corner to Dalston Junction for a preview of A Warsaw Melody. This … Read More A Warsaw Melody – Arcola Theatre

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Arty Party: Hackney Wicked Festival 2011

When: Friday 29th – Sunday 31st July 2011 Where: Hackney Wick, various venues Website: http://hackneywickedfestival.co.uk/ Hackney Wicked is once again upon the Wick. Warehouse will be opened up to have a snoop at what the trendy artists are up to in their communes (well, just the art), there’ll be dancing in the street, weird and wonderful things for sale (I loved last year’s swear cushions) … Read More Arty Party: Hackney Wicked Festival 2011

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Eastern Culture: Folly for a Flyover

http://www.follyforaflyover.co.uk   “Hand-built with local, reclaimed and donated materials, the Folly draws influence from the surrounding red-brick buildings of Hackney Wick, posing as an imaginary piece of the area’s past, a building trapped under the motorway.” This pop-up venue is situated on the banks of the canal in Hackney Wick, to show films, performances and plays for a 6 week run over the summer. … Read More Eastern Culture: Folly for a Flyover

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