All Points East’s In The Neighbourhood returns to Victoria Park this summer with an incredible three-day programme of the biggest and best activities and entertainment in London, all of which you can enjoy for FREE! In collaboration with Tower Hamlets Council, the local community and local organisations, the free programme takes place after a monumental four days of music, with festival headliners Jorja Smith, London Grammar, Jamie xx, Kano, Foals and Bombay Bicycle Club, plus APE Presents Field Day featuring Bicep (Live). Tickets on sale now.
In The NBHD keeps the August bank holiday vibes going from Tuesday 31st August-Thursday 2nd September, flowing into the final week of the summer holidays and making it the ideal destination for families and fun-loving Londoners. There will be an eclectic mix of unmissable free activities for all ages, including an outdoor cinema, live music and entertainment, irresistible street food, craft beer fair, theatre, dance, sports & wellbeing workshops, family activities and so much more.
This summer, In The NBHD have partnered with more local organisations than ever before to put on a jam-packed week of entertainment, including a Craft Beer Fair on Tuesday 31st August, complete with a whole host of local breweries. There will be a mouth-watering selection of street food on offer too, the full list of breweries and vendors are to be announced.
One of London’s best free outdoor cinemas is back for another year with another incredible line-up of films for all the family. The movies on offer will be a mix of cult classics (The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert), new releases (2019’s The Lion King), musical favourites (Mamma Mia, Kinky Boots) and critically acclaimed blockbusters (2019’s Little Women). Grab a picnic basket and come down early to get your spot.
If you fancy even more music after the All Points East weekend, head down to In The NBHD during the week to hear the best emerging musical talent, including shows curated by Continental Drifts, up-and-coming musicians from ELAM, and live music performances and DJ’s in collaboration with Shesaid.so and Music Declares Emergency.
Sit down at Talkaoke, a pop-up talk show presented by The People Speak, where anyone can air their views around the table of chat. Channel your creativity with free art, design and woodwork sessions with Poetry In Wood, or let the kids get crafty and learn to make flower corsages with Flowers by Imogen – an expert in floral styling who works with 100% British and eco-conscious produce. You can even take a trip to the circus with aerial circus performances and free workshops with Upswing and, if that’s not enough, you can serve up an ace on the free tennis courts with Tower Hamlets Tennis or have a relaxing massage from Helisa Therapies. You can also experience storytelling and dance with Queen of Sheba International, or immerse yourself in the UK’s only queer Pan-Asian cabaret collective The Bitten Peach, who are dedicated to increasing and diversifying Asian representation on the drag and cabaret scene.
On Thursday 2nd September, don’t miss Werk In Progress curated by The Glory, East London’s favourite LGBTQ+ performance hotspot. Whether you want to check out spoken word, live music, live art or some hilarious stand-up…. they’ve got it covered! Also on Thursday, see performances from the Gay Men’s Dance Company in the dance tent.
For Full details Head to the All Points East FAQs for more information: https://www.allpointseastfestival.com/info/faq/
Tuesday 12pm – 9:30pm
Wednesday 10am – 9:30pm
Thursday 10am – 9:30pm
The full timetable will be available online at https://www.allpointseastfestival.com/nbhd/
Please refer to the website for updates on activity timings.
Tickets for All Points East festival are available here.