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Pick of the Election Events: Hustings Edition

Pick of the Election Events: Hustings Edition

General election day is just around the corner! If you’re indecisive as to who you should vote for this year, then check the list of hustings below for the chance to meet and hear from the candidates vying to represent you. Happy voting!…

ELL Events: Enjoy Street food and outdoor fun

ELL Events: Enjoy Street food and outdoor fun

April sun and fun is here so we put together a list of street food, music and fun. And just for kicks – and a break from the elections seriousness  – we’ve put together a list of must see comedy routines this week.…

ELL Events: Check out ELL’s Easter round-up!

ELL Events: Check out ELL’s Easter round-up!

Are you wondering how to spend this Easter weekend? Look no further! From Eggstravaganzas and egg trails to rock music, art and Cadburys, EastLondonLines is here with this weekend’s eggciting festivities! We’ve put together a list of key Easter events for the all the family, catered to all ages and all…

Pick of the Line: Cinema to comedy to female street art

Pick of the Line: Cinema to comedy to female street art

Sit back and enjoy an array of dramatic talent as Eastlondonlines brings you this week’s round up of edge-of-your-seat entertainment.      …

Telegraph Hill Festival 2015 enters final week

Telegraph Hill Festival comes to a close this Sunday, after two weeks of exhibitions, plays, music events and classes. The festival featured local businesses, musicians and artists holding a mix of free and paid for workshops, exhibitions and events across a number of venues in New Cross. Now in its twenty-first year, the festival is […]

Behind the Between Faith and Art exhibition

Behind the Between Faith and Art exhibition

The role of religion in society and art is the theme of a major new exhibition in Mile End. Between Faith and Art is the vision of curator, Synnøve Ellingsen, who has previously organised three similar exhibitions, in the Norwegian capital of Oslo, in Ramallah on the West Bank in…

Designers to showcase work at Flow Show 2015

Designers to showcase work at Flow Show 2015

After last year’s success The Flow Show returns to St John at Hackney Church on April 18 with another charity fashion show. This year, 12 up-and-coming designers will be showcased on the runway. Combined with music from new bands and DJs, pop-up stalls and some great food. The show is…

Music night to support Spitalfields Crypt Trust

Music night to support Spitalfields Crypt Trust

A Brick Lane music venue will host a night of music to raise money for homeless people in east London. The East London Music Night, on April 9, will raise funds for the Shoreditch-based Spitalfields Crypt Trust (SCT), a charity that supports people who have been homeless and suffer from…

Street food party to raise money for the homeless

Street food party to raise money for the homeless

An all-day event in Hackney celebrating food from different cultures will help to raise money for the homeless. Spring Up for Hackney Homeless, on March 28 at St Johns Church, will have a range of different street food stalls alongside crafts and games for adults and children, with all proceeds…

Programmers to hack virtual reality headsets at hackathon

Programmers to hack virtual reality headsets at hackathon

Programmers will try to hack virtual reality headsets and motion sensors this weekend at the borough’s first major hackathon. A hackathon is an event where computer programmers collaborate intensively to develop new types of software. Anvil Hack, organised by student society Hacksmiths at Goldsmiths University, is supported by Major League…