Join us for our Abney Park Autumn Craft Fayre Saturday 21st October 11am – 3pm Autumn is upon us and we’re welcoming it with our Craft Fayre. Join us for a day of autumnal themed workshops, arts & crafts, children’s activities, face painting, lots of food stalls, choirs, wood working, stone carving and bike maintenance and marking…and … More Abney Park Autumn Craft Fayre
Tea, Cake & Audio Walks – 30th September – 1pm to 4pm Abney Park cemetery offers a variety of guided walks throughout the year that are hosted by Abney Park Trust, as well as local historians. In addition to these in-person guided walks, PhD researcher and cemetery historian Romany Reagan has written four audio walks … More An Afternoon in Abney Park:
Did you this bike being pushed on Woodlea Rd, Church St or nearby, THURS 21 SEP around 3pm? #stokenewington #N16 PLS RT!
Hackney residents are being invited to the first ever Hackney Mayor’s Question Time where they will be able to ask Mayor Philip Glanville about the issues that matter to them, as well as offer their ideas and aspirations for the borough. Joining the Mayor on stage will be Dave Hill – Guardian columnist, blogger and … More Hackney Mayor’s Question Time : Mon 2 October 2017 19:00 – 21:00
Commemorating the bicentenary of William Hones’ victorious court battle Sunday 1st and 8th October 2017 Join us for talks and tours commemorating the bicentenary of William Hones’ victorious court battle against government censorship in 1817, marking a turning point in the fight for British freedom of press. Hone was buried in Abney Park in 1842, with Charles Dickens … More Commemorating William Hones’ battle against government censorship in 1817
Amongst the shows over the next seven days, we host a rare performance of Jon Gibson’s Meditations. Originally recorded for Philip Glass’s private press label Chatham Square and tracked after hours at John Lennon’s home studio, Visitations is a minimalist masterpiece. Gibson’s first release under his own name, Visitations is a departure from the structured repetition of his … More At Cafe OTO