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July 2016

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What's on in July FRI SAT SAT SUN Weekly Night Tales 5pm start. £3 entry. Hepscott Road, Hackney Wick. Victoria Park Craft Beer Tour and Tastings, 7-10pm. £35. Pottery hand-throwing 6-9pm, adults & kids 12+, Wonderland Ceramics, E9. 1 New Queer Visions 6pm. Celebrate LGBTQ with the East End Film Festival. Club Miranda, Ace Hotel. 1 Slidy Slide £15. World’s Longest Tunnel Slide at the Arcelormittal Orbit. 1, 8, 15, 22 Networx Computer class 2-4pm. FREE. Vicky Park community centre. 8 Bowie Post-Glam, £5 per ticket. Pre-Pop night at Shacklewell Arms. 15, 16 Lovebox, at Vicky Park. 22, 23 Anniversary Games return to Olympic Stadium. Prices vary, Weekly Roman Road Yard Mkt 10-4pm. Roman Road Yard market has some exciting new traders including the great NLR vinyl stall. Geffrye explorers 12.30-4.30pm, ages 3-11yrs. 2 Film show, 1.30-6pm. £12.50/£10 conc. Forty Years of Film in the East End showcases at Whitechapel Gallery, London E1. 9 Bird Barmy Army, 10am- 12.30pm. Meet at the V&A building in Victoria Park. 9 Dalston Music Festival, £15-25. Look out for details coming soon! 9 East End Fringe Festival Month-long festival begins today. 9, 30 Walk Hackney leads a local history walk. Meet at Dalston Junction station at 11am. 2 hours, £8 per walker. 9 Shuffle, 10am. Free-£24. 24-Hour Festival in Bow. 30 Urban Beekeeping Workshop, 10am- 3pm. £73.45 per ticket. Woodberry Wetlands. Book via woodberrywetlands. 23 Urban Makers East 11am-5pm. Summer market at Mile End Ecology Pavilion. Original art work, homewares, ceramics, textiles, jewellery and loads more. Plus the Mini Makers Room is back with fun and entertainment for the children. 30 Make your Mark 11am-1pm. Make Your Mark on Vicky Park with the community park rangers. Meet near St Agnes Gate. 30 World Cup '66. Again. 2.30pm. Relive the World Cup ‘66 Live at the Rio Cinema in Dalston Weekly Kidzmania, 10am-6pm. £2-5 entry. 3, 10, 17 Children’s Street Dance 9.15-11.55am. £5-8. Js Dance Factory, shoreditch 10 The Kenton, Time Out’s 2015 Most Loved London Pub. Euro 2016 final, 8pm. 17 Citadel festival, Tickets from £55. Vicky Park.. London-Southend bike ride, 7-10am. £20. Starting at Vicky Park. St Joseph Hospice’s Summer Knees Up 2016 12-5pm. London Fields. 24 Summer Festival at Museum of Childhood, 11.30-4.30pm. Drop-in, all ages. 24 Roman Road Festival Street food, designermakers, workshops, Roman Road pop-up choir and more. 31 Bengali New Year Celebrate at the Boishakhi Mela, Weavers Fields. 18 LOVEEAST

What's on at Museum of Childhood If you’re looking for something creative for the kids to do this summer, there are still places available on the Museum of Childhood's two artist-led summer camps. Children can create films, make giant toy cars and have messy fun. Split into two age groups (5-10 and 8-11), the camps will run weekdays from 25 July to 5 August and cost from £80 for two days. Full details and booking information are available online. Red Riding Hood © Sonya Hurtado Fairy tales, festivals and family fun Don't miss Tales, a new display of work by local Hackney photographer Sonya Hurtado, which opens on 23 July. The series of 12 images explores the imaginary world of childhood, set in the context of fairy tales and children’s stories. The photographs are conceived almost like paintings, full of colour and vibrancy, with inspiration from surrealism, film and much more. The manipulation of shadow, light and colour creates a playful and at times almost sinister atmosphere. Not to be missed is the museum’s annual summer festival on Sunday, 24 July. Whatever the weather, there will be a colourful mix of live entertainment right on your doorstep. The museum will come alive with a buzzing programme of live music, dance, walkabout acts, designer stalls, food, face paints, henna, rickshaw rides, games and lots for kids to make and do. For full details and to book a place on the summer camps visit V&A Museum of Childhood Cambridge Heath Road London, E2 9PA Hair studio Hair studio in the in heart the heart of London of London Fields Fields offering offering men’s, women’s, women’s, cut & cut colour. & colour. “London’s “London’s best colourist best colourist for blonde for blonde hair” hair” Time Out Time Out 0207 254 0207 1499 254 1499 47 Martello 47 Martello St, E8 3PE St, E8 3PE kennaland_london kennaland_london kennaland kennaland LOVEEAST JULY 2016 19

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