A new book by Hoxton Mini Press captures the colour of East London life
Rooftop Film Club, Stratford is back with their must-see movies to watch under the stars
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!
Buy your tickets now!
East London’s live music scene – let the music play on
Learn to draw online – Sylvie Wilkinson gives beginners the confidence to have a go at life drawing from the comfort of your home.
Every once in a while you make an unexpected discovery. Sophie Castle is an artist who’s not afraid to let the viewer into some very private places
Where to drink, dance and watch the fireworks…
Add these plays to your London hit list…
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 […]
Hackney’s newest and hottest ethical fashion market – the Ethical Emporium will be popping up in Hackney’s Bohemia Place Markets over the weekend, 28-29 September. […]
On the eve of her second solo exhibition, French artist and recent Chelsea College of Fine Art MA graduate Manon Steyaert sat down with art […]
Looking for a fun, creative way to entertain both yourself and the kids? We’ve got good news: Fam East is returning to Old Spitalfields Market […]
By Jamie Moore Dael Orlandersmith’s superlative work of documentary theatre Until The Flood comes to the Arcola Theatre this September. With the Arcola as European […]
Spilling out onto Hoxton Square on Saturday 14 September, Gigi’s, will be transporting Londoners to Italy for a taste of la dolce vita. Tickets to […]