Tower Hamlets Events: April Highlights
Spellbound is the 7th solo exhibition by Patrick Samuel, a London artist with autism and ADHD. Inspired by his lifelong interest in otherworldly mysteries, Patrick will be presenting a collection of his latest paintings: visual spells, chants and rituals, combined with sigils and portraits of significant figures. With them, Patrick hopes to invoke the same kind of curiosity, wonder and ... Read more
The council’s youth arts provider, 'A' Team Arts, presents a new House of Talent production, Nemesis 2, The Game Changer on 4- 6 April. It debuts at the Brady Arts Centre before being presented on an international stage at the Edinburgh Fringe festival this summer.
EcoFutures takes place in East London and brings together over 70 artists, activists and theorists from all over the world to create a platform for discussion and experimentation around urgent environmental and ecological issues such as climate change, extinction, pollution, health and sustainability through an intersectional, feminist and queer lens.
Come and join in with the Easter Holiday fun in Tower Hamlets Parks. All events are free and you can just turn up on the day.
A prominent Bengali community activist of East End Syeda Sultana Sikha is celebrating this traditional and colourful festival on the actual day of Bengali New Year, - with a group of progressive friends since 2006.
The untold stories of first-generation
Annual Tea Dance for Tower Hamlets residents over 50, with
Discover the delights of English folk music and dance traditions, watch Punch and Judy, and take part in arts and crafts activities. Enjoy performances by The London Music Hall Choir, Jautrais Paris and THAMES Brass Ensemble. Plus ceilidh dancing with the Hedgepigs and Ed, as well as delicious home-made cakes from the EEWI!
Intriguing, visually stunning and magical dance performances of many different genres from around the globe.