Dying Out Loud

Dying Out Loud by Eastlondonradio on Mixcloud   DYING OUT LOUD – A brand new play Written by David Fielding and Directed by Suzann McLean. The play is set in a comprehensive secondary school in East London. The action takes place 5 months after a school shooting leaves 5 dead, including the shooter. 7 students […]

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The Culture Hour’s Theatre Special featuring reviews from The Shed at the National Theatre, Where Do Little Birds Go & King Lear

On this short but sweet episode of the Culture Hour – Evelyn-Grace Kennedy reviews Home at The National Theatre, Where Do Little Birds Go which made its debut at the Etcetera Theatre last month and Olly Hewett reviews King Lear at the Cockpit Theatre. Theatre Reviews of Home at The National Theatre, Where Do Little […]

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Hackney Photographer wins National Recognition

  Hackney Photographer Ingrid Abraham has achieved the distinction of winning three Bronze Bars with the Guild of Professional Photographers Image of the Month competition, in the portrait category. The Guild of Photographers is a highly regarded national photographic body whose members are dedicated to enhancing their skills in the art, craft and profession of […]

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Culture (1/2) Hour Episode featuring Rich Mix’s Young Ambassadors , Barbican Summer Season Preview , a Theatre Review and more!

Interview with the Young Ambassadors , Barbican Summer Season Preview , a Theatre review & more by Eastlondonradio on Mixcloud Interview with the Young Ambassadors who are putting on a short film night called Life’s Short on the 7th of April at 7pm at the Rich Mix, I review Inner Voices at the Barbican, Ana […]

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Review of Chewing Gum Dreams at the Shed, Hi-Lo Joe (Indie Film in Progress) & Number 90 in the Wick

This episode is packed with culture, food , theatre & film ! Food blogger, Marianne Arake and I sit down for a delicious meal at Number 90, Felicity Davies reviews Chewing Gum Dreams which was written by Michaela Coel who spent her childhood in Hackney. She also catches up with Michaela Coel as well to […]

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