Petchey Academy students talk citizenship, conflict resolution and anti-bullying
Anna Davies asks Sophie Wilson from Pharos about Travelling Light with Wilson Williams Gallery 15 May – 28 May 2009 (Hackney dates)
Welcome – one and all – to the first in a series of regular bulletins from London’s cultural front line. The Hackney Citizen will be keeping readers informed about plays, films, music and art in the borough. This week, we investigate the controversies surrounding productions at Hackney’s two main theatres…
With the 250th anniversary of Mary Wollstonecraft’s birthday at the end of this month, Newington Green Unitarians are celebrating her influence at the church where she worshipped.
Hackney Local Involvement Network (LINk) has its official launch at Hackney Town Hall at 12 noon, Saturday 9 May
OPEN Dalston is organising a series of events in April to highlight Hackney Council’s Masterplan for Dalston.
Hackney City Farm BikeDay is a free event for cyclists and families. It will run from 12 noon to 4:00pm on Sunday 19th of April 2009.
Plans in the pipeline as campaigners consult residents and traders
A clash of the homely and the uncanny create a domestic disturbance at WW Gallery
Is Aurora a ‘new dawn’ for Morning Lane?