What’s on this week

Photo: O2


Get mindful with ‘Step inside UK’: 

The creative development group have set up a free event at Ministry of Startups for 45 minutes of mindfulness coaching 

‘Stillness speaks’ by Anna Laurini:

A contemporary urban art exhibition at The Old Bank Vault focuses on mysterious faces designed to look inside the soul and raise self-validating questions. Inspired by the depths of the self and identities which are diluted grey overtones of the city masses. The exhibition will feature a collection of her original work, created on a variety of surfaces to reflect her desire to paint wherever she is in that moment. 

Free halloween makeovers at old Spitalfields market: 

London College of Fashion has collaborated with MAC to offer free halloween make up to passers by at the Old Spitalfields Market on Thursday 31st October from 5pm. 

Pizza box art at Atom gallery:

Over 40 artists have contributed artwork to Atom gallery produced on empty pizza boxes in order to raise money for Hackney food bank. The gallery have named it ‘Can I get a slice?’ Each design will be auctioned off to raise money for the cause. 

Tower Hamlets:


With a different daily activity, the borough has organised all sorts of spooky excitement to children in the local area. Activities include pumpkin carving, creepy crafts, soup making, storytelling and a disability fun day. 

Diwali comes to Canary Wharf:

The festival of light will be celebrated by the Canary Wharf development with a series of art installations inspired by the Indian artwork of Rangoli. Expect explosions of coloured patterns created with powder paints and floating flow installations adorning the water features of Jubilee park. 

Rugby World Cup at Box park Croydon

The semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup will be screened live at Boxpark croydon, free to the public. Resident outlets will be open to serve up a reasonably-priced array of breakfast foods, coffee and even pints to those watching the game. 


Into film festival

Starting this week, the Into film fesitval will kick off showing a different film each day in celebration of cinema and education. Open to 5-19 year-olds, the festival will tour the UK, landing at Deptford cinema for those in the Lewisham borough.

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