Artists are creating statues in commemoration of the Windrush generation
As we near the 72nd anniversary of the arrival of the Empire Windrush, Thomas Price and Veronica Ryan have created historic sculptures to celebrate the African Caribbean diaspora in East London.
the best things to watch, see and do this week in the UK
Get your indispensable gui-De to leisure action, with our culture highlights of the week.
join the londoners campaigning for an lgbtq+ community centre
London has no dedicated space that exists specifically for the needs of its LGBTQ+ community. That needs to change.
why we need to save hackney wick
Hackney Wick’s unique artistic community is under threat. We speak to the residents organising a campaign to save it from the claws of developers.
dalston’s dance tunnel is closing its doors
You gotta fight for your right to party. But what if there’s nowhere left to party in?
mykki blanco, young fathers and anna calvi confirmed for visions festival
The first wave of acts have been revealed for the multi-venue Hackney music festival on 6 August.
it's grime time! come party with i-D Mix and celebrate london's favourite genre
i-D Mix is back at Shapes in Hackney for another road block event.
huge rent hikes force closure of another legendary gay venue
The George and Dragon pub in Hackney will close due to rent increases.
hit up james long’s hackney pop-up shop
The designer opens a temporary store in London, open from today until Sunday.
premiere: j. spades ft. tinie tempah and professor green: slick rick (remix)
Hackney rapper J. Spades celebrates Slick Rick and calls on Tinie and Prof Green for a remix to end all remixes.
lip-synch for your life in london
Jonny Woo launches a new talent contest at The Glory in Hackney.
king krule, if the crown fits, wear it
King Krule may only be 19, but his debut album 6 Feet Beneath The Moon introduces him as an exciting talent far older than his years.