A film event presented by Black History Studies and the Independent Cinema Office (ICO) showing a programme of archive films from 1901 to the early 80s, with rare and little-seen depictions of Black British life.
Films include a 1960s Nigerian wedding, interviews with black school leavers in 1965, and scenes from Notting Hill Carnival. No tickets required, it’s all first come, first served seating. Although it’s free to attend, donations are appreciated.
Originally scheduled for May, the 2021 edition of this popular craft beer festival moves to Printworks London. What to expect You can expect beers from over 150 of the world’s most acclaimed brewers, along with music, entertainment and food. On […]
Bohemia Place Markets are teaming up with Wasted Chic to bring you a seriously chic fashion market to the centre of Hackney. With summer in full swing, it’s time to rustle up some fabulous new garms, put your best foot […]
Due to the logistical difficulties of organising events during the COVID-19 pandemic, Hyper Japan will be online this year. The description below is for the in-person event, which will hopefully return in 2022. Hyper Japan is a huge cultural festival […]
Organised annually by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), the Great British Beer Festival has been running for over 40 years. With around a thousand different drinks available, organisers call it the “Biggest pub in the world”. The festival specialises […]
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