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All Points East has unveiled its lineup for a fourth day of the festival, taking place in Victoria Park over the August Bank Holiday, and it’s pretty epic!
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Best live music in East London
Learn to draw online – Sylvie Wilkinson gives beginners the confidence to have a go at life drawing from the comfort of your home.
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If you thought bingo was a pastime reserved for your nan and your great auntie Shirley, think again. Dabbers Social Bingo, just spitting distance of […]
Winter is coming – and what better a time to enjoy the thespian delight of the theatre. Here’s our culture columnist, Jamie Moore’s top picks […]
By Jamie Moore American playwright Katori Hall’s Our Lady of Kibeho moves, informs, thrills and spooks in equal measure, taking as its subject-matter the real […]
BEAST magazine READ ISSUE 6 NOW Introducing our new BIRTHDAY issue, celebrating our 1st year and 21 years of McQueens Flower School Including interviews with […]
Rose McGowan talks to BEAST magazine about the inspiration behind her imaginary world, and the healing power of music, memoir and story-telling for us all.
By Jamie Moore Written in the beguiling mode of the Southern Gothic, Pultizer Prize finalist Lisa D’Amour’s Anna Bella Eema comes to the Arcola Theatre […]