Beautiful movable pocket garden and plant nursery showing what can be done with upcycled materials, imagination and many pairs of hands. Tea and cakes, tours, music, craft activities, plants for sale - and more.
Core Landscapes Community Plant Nursery and Garden, Stepney Way
‘This is The Gate Of Heaven’ is the first full collaboration between Paul Renner and Paul Sakoilsky. The exhibition takes place throughout a series of 7 specially created rooms, working around themes of transformation, corruption and conservation.
46 Ashfield St., Whitechapel
Fri 8 Jun, Sat 9 Jun, Mon 11 Jun to Sat 16 Jun, Mon 18 Jun to Sat 23 Jun, Mon 25 Jun to Sat 30 Jun, Mon 2 Jul to Sat 7 Jul
Prize-winning garden created by residents out of a rubbish dump, with a pergola, gravel planting, climbers and roses, mixed herbaceous border and pond. Rare-breed chickens, ducks and allotments. Plant sale, refreshments, homemade cakes.
A well-established community garden situated in the heart of an historic inner-city area. Light refreshments with homemade produce, craft stalls, children’s activities, music. One of 200+ gardens taking part in Open Garden Squares Weekend.
Join echo for a lunchtime recital in the beautiful surroundings of St. Matthew’s Church, Bethnal Green on Saturday 9th June. It’s part of our echo presents series, exploring themes of architecture and ambition.
A collection of hidden treasures behind some of the finest merchants and weavers houses in Spitalfields. It is fitting to visit the courtyard of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) at 37 Spital Square, founded by William Morris in 1877. The other gardens incl.
MELODIC VIBES PRESENTS: A live music night that specializes in recognizing, championing and celebrating emerging artists by offering them a valuable experience and platform to perform, network with like minded individuals, gain more exposure and reach new target audiences.
Community garden around an historic church with access to the Vicarage garden, a private family-managed walled garden adjacent to the church. The church is undergoing some restoration and visitors are welcome.
St Peter’s Bethnal Green Church & Vicarage Gardens, St Peter’s Close
A community garden in the East End, brought back to life by local residents. Food growing, fruit trees, pond, wildflower meadow, shrubs and bee-friendly flowers. Plants for sale and refreshments available.
Unique garden and heritage asset at the heart of an 1890s housing estate, rescued by concerted action after years of decline. Features include a vibrant new planting scheme, a restored bandstand and a rainwater-harvesting system.
Community garden project run by local residents. Our policy is that everything in the garden belongs to everyone and we grow and share all crops together. A feast of organic vegetables, salads, aromatic herbs, beautiful flowers and wildlife.
What does the collision of CREATIVITY, MEDIA AND TECH mean for HUMANS?
Now in its fourth year, TUG LIFE is a free, week-long pop-up expo, exploring the connections between technology, life and business.
One of the oldest urban nature reserves in the country. Main features are ponds, extensive stands of reed, a colourful marsh area and woodland. The original dock walls and locks remain alongside the old pumphouse.
A team of powerhouse promoters join forces to bring you a series of parties in the historic streets of London.
The event on Saturday 2nd June will be on Pindar Street in the heart of East London, Shoreditch. Both ends of the street will be closed for this 8 hour party!
The decks of many of the barges moored here have been laid out with gardens to form an ’inside-out’ floating garden square. Tea and cakes. One of 200+ gardens taking part in Open Garden Squares Weekend.
Garden Barge Square at Downings Roads Moorings, Reed’s Wharf, 33 Mill Street
A community garden used for horticultural therapy and training for people with mental health issues, learning disabilities and physical disabilities. Organically grown plants, herbs and vegetables for sale. Tea, coffee and cakes.
St Mary’s Secret Garden, Pearson Street / Appleby Street
A small part of the original garden, purchased by the Drapers’ Company from Henry VIII in 1543. Gates, walls and railings, designed by Stephen Dykes Bower, date from the 1970s. One of 200+ gardens taking part in Open Garden Squares Weekend.
An imaginative and creative space with a wildlife â€˜cityâ€™, allotment, and woodland walk. Also the base for practical work carried out in the surrounding woodlands and meadows. Children’s craft activities. Beekeeper.
The Compound, Stave Hill Ecological Park, Timber Pond Road
Award-winning gardens of 1987 canalside development being rejuvenated by residents after years of neglect. Food, refreshments, plant and craft sales. One of 200+ gardens taking part in Open Garden Squares Weekend.
Award-winning gardens at St Joseph’s Hospice for recreation and contemplation. South end now re-shaped following completion of major building works. Fundraising stall. Cream teas. One of 200+ gardens taking part in Open Garden Squares Weekend.
Originally part of the cemetery the grounds were created by John Wesley in 1778 when he built his house and chapel here. When you visit you can also explore our free museum and re-enactment event inside Wesley’s house, a rare Georgian townhouse.
Museum of Methodism, John Wesley’s House and Wesley’s Chapel, 49 City Road
Spend this May half term by getting creative at the Bank of England Museum. Get together as a family and be as imaginative as possible to create a box-shaped keepsake box to take home. Also get the most out of your visit to the Museum with the help of a literary trail which ties in with our temporary exhibition.
A sensory show with captivating images and intriguing sounds that will keep your little ones rapt. Ages strictly 6-18 months.
From the makers of Scrunch and Seesaw, this brand new show is a great first trip to theatre for the really young.
Time for a walk, better wrap up warm. Poppers, buttons, zips.
StrongHer is excited to announce they are coming back to London with their Ultimate Strength & Wellbeing Weekend on the 2nd– 3rd June 2018 after selling out last year.
The Ultimate Weekend, Old Street is a health weekend with a difference and an event like no other.
Award-winning garden on the site of a churchyard and college dating from the 12th century. Both were destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666 and not rebuilt. Privately owned, this unique space combines traditional and more contemporary elements.
Vestry House, Disruptive Capital Finance, Laurence Pountney Hill
Originally opened in 1981 and redesigned as a knot garden by David Hicks FRSA in 1995. Bordered by Roman/medieval city wall. Further developed in 2017. One of 200+ gardens taking part in Open Garden Squares Weekend.
Heading to London for the first and only time, ‘Sublime Symmetry: The Mathematics Behind William De Morgan’s Ceramic Designs’ (11 May - 28 October 2018) is a free exhibition at City of London Corporation’s Guildhall Art Gallery, celebrating the work of acclaimed Victorian ceramic artist William De Morgan.
Special short film screenings of archive footage on the struggle for women workers’ rights and the suffragette movement with contributions from the London’s Screen Archives, London Metropolitan Archives and the BFI.
On the second Saturday of the month, join Guildhall Art Gallery for themed family activities. A revolving programme may have you heading below into the Roman Amphitheatre and hearing tales or Roman conquests, or creating crafts from the Victorian paintings surrounding you.
Guildhall Art Gallery and London’s Roman Amphitheatre off Gresham Street London
Conferenceseries LLC, USA extend a warm welcome to the distinguished Nobel laureates, speakers, delegates, Healthcare Professionals, Healthcare Researchers, Healthcare Industry leaders and Policy Makers, from around the world to Dublin for attending 13th World Congress on Healthcare and Technologies during June
Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport
Park Northwood, Northwood Ave, Dublin 9
We take a immense pleasure to extend our warm welcome to invite all the participants from all over the world to attend 5th World Congress and Expo on Green Energy during June 14-16, 2018 London, UK which will entail lively debates, prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, workshops and
Park Inn by Radisson London Heathrow
Heathrow UB7 0DU
Vast roof terrace with panoramic views of the Thames and professionally managed formal gardens. Award-winning kitchen garden managed by volunteers, producing vegetables and edible flowers. One of 200+ gardens taking part in Open Garden Squares Weekend.
Once just a blank corner of the roof amongst the plant and machinery, now growing a variety of edible and ornamental plants using a mix of containers and recycled items. Also beehives and amazing, iconic views across London.
Eversheds Sutherland Vegetable Garden, 1 Wood Street
An evening of wonderful piano music played by virtuoso pianist Warren Mailley-Smith, described as ’Stunning’ by Classic FM and ’The embodiment of the modern Romantic Concert pianist’ by Musical Opinion.
Southwark Anglican Cathedral,
A tribute to American, European & British music from Classical to The Beatles featuring
St Joseph’s High School Symphony Orchestra & Band from Michigan, USA
with Burke Lokey and Aaron Engleman, Directors
“Tchaikovsky meets the Beatles” is the best introduction to this delightful concert by St Joseph’s High
The London Concertante are delighted to return to Southwark Cathedral once again this year as part of their 2018 Four Seasons UK tour! Headlined by Vivaldi’s eternal masterpieces, the ensemble present an accompanying programme bursting with classical treats and hidden gems.
Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers.
Tots dance, roam about and revel in the wonder of live music, while you take a moment out of your busy day to hear top notch performances by outstanding musicians, with your young babes in tow.
New exhibition: Roman Dead will explore death and burial in ancient London
In 2017 a rare Roman sarcophagus was excavated from Harper Road in Southwark; a site that archaeological research has shown was part of a large Roman cemetery.