What’s on this week

A Magical Cabaret at Fairfield Halls

Pic: Fairfield Halls Website

Pic: Fairfield Halls Website

Fancy an evening of stunning magic? On Wednesday January 13 at 8pm, Fairfield Halls are offering you Magical Cabaret nights with a selection of magicians performing and presenting mind-blowing shows. With tickets priced at £12.50 you can immerse yourself in magic and maybe pick up a few tricks of the trade.

An exhibition of knitted wire sculpture

Are you in an artistic mood? Then this exhibition is for you. The Stephen Lawrence Centre in Brookmill Road is holding an exhibition of knitted wire sculpture until January 28, daily from 9am to 5pm.

The exhibition highlights architect Judith Jeffrey’s knitted and crocheted work using brightly coated copper wire. Judith’s work reflects public attitudes towards inequality and greed through her own life experience.

Montage Theatre Arts Spring 2016

If you are interested in sharing your talents and enhancing your skills, Montage Theatre is offering fun classes in dance, singing and drama taught by professionals at Prendergast Hilly Fields College, Adelaide Avenue, Ladywell.

Aimed at ages three to 93, classes start at £58 per term, so it's an ideal way to kick start your creative side this year!

Drama & performance art: The Lighthouse

SPACE, the Tower Hamlets visual arts organization, runs over 18 artist studios in 7 boroughs of London. It provides affordable creative workspaces for artists and delivers learning projects for students and schools.

SPACE is hosting performances of The Lighthouse, a delightful story created by Rachael Claye at The Triangle, Mare Street in Hackney until Saturday January 30 at 7.30pm (2pm matinees), Wednesday to Sunday

Lullaby Lane

Lullaby Lane at the Half Moon Theatre is a theatrical musical created for children from 3 to 7 years old. Songwriter Fran Wyburn takes the audience on a musical journey. This rich theatrical experience takes place from January 22 until January 28, You can order your ticket online or buy on the door for £6.

Secret Agent

Guest Projects provides an alternative universe and playground for artists. It describes itself as ‘a laboratory of ideas’ and this month the feminist exhibition Secret Agent is challenging the institutional structure of history and patriarchal art. The exhibition is on until Saturday January 30 from 12pm to 6pm.


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