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The Choir With No Name

For a spooky pre-Halloween night out with a charitable twist, head down to 93 Feet East tonight to see London’s Homeless Choir, The Choir with No Name, who will not only be singing but also hosting ‘sinister games’ and handing out ‘scary prizes.’ Also performing will be special guests The CHC Jammers. All profits will go to The Choir with No Name and Cricklewood Homeless Concern. £8
7pm, 93 Feet East, E1

Let Them Eat Cake

Halloween is near so expect lots of spook fest themed parties around the East End. Perhaps the most interesting is at the Maiden Shop where the people behind the brilliant Cake Britain are putting on the world’s 'first 18+ Cake store'. Expect lots of ghoulish and adult themed delicious delights that you can apparently all tuck into at the end. EyeBall Cakes anyone?!
11am – 7.30 pm, Maiden Shop, E1

Our Place On The Stage

Our  Place on the Stage are a newly formed collective of theatre practitioners, artists and musicians who aim to 'produce exciting theatrical events that aim to give a voice to the left behind, asking questions no one else dares to.' Their first event is dedicated to the Black History Month. Expect a cocktail of short plays, poetry, music and performance. £5

7.30pm, Holy Trinity, Dalston E8

London Living: Local Theatre

While London is renowned for its West End productions we can sometimes be accused of neglecting the local wonders on our doorstep. Questors theatre in Ealing is an amazing local theatre company that puts on some top quality productions despite it’s less than West End budget. The classic French farce A Flea In Her Ear is their next show.

The Questors Theatre, Ealing, W5
The Many Letters Of East London

Ben Eine, the creator of East London's Alphabet Street, was asked to paint ANTI ANTI ANTI on to the wall opposite advertising agency, Mother London for the Anti Design Festival a couple of weeks ago (see photo on top). The agency liked the work so much that they commissioned him to paint the letters PRO PRO PRO on their own walls. Watch the short video and see how the painting is created and hear what Ben Eine thinks about commissioned work, street art in general and politics. Video

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