19 October 2012

We love...weekends

FOR the last weekend before the clocks go back, Hackney offers apple bobbing and a celebration of grassroots creativity. 

Club Lesley, Friday 19 Ocbober
MDMX and Maxx DMX preside over a discoteque of 1990s dance, garage and funk. Plus Sasha from Jahcoozi will be bringing her bass heavy sounds from Berlin to the Dalston Superstore rave cave. See: www.dalstonsuperstore.com

Un-establishment, 20-25 October
Free workshops, exhibitions, screenings, talks and parties celebrating lo-fi culture. Events along Shoreditch High Street include a debate on the future of publishing, screening of LCD Soundsystem concert film Shut up and play the hits and a pop-up Polaroid studio. See: www.unestablishment.tumblr.com

Apple Day, Saturday 20 October
Growing Communities celebrates Apple Day at Stoke Newington Farmers Market' with traditional games such as apple bobbing and the longest peel. The not-for-profit sustainability collective will also be showing films on sustainable foods and providing live music and competitions. See: www.growingcommunities.org

Quills, until 11 November
A new production of Doug Wright’s Obie award winning play Quills has opened at White Rabbit Cocktail Club. Originally produced in New York, the satirical play reimagines the Marquis of Sade’s incarceration at Charenton’s insane asylum. See: www.whiterabbitlondon.co.uk

Celebration – The Big Picture, until 28 October
Forman’s Smokehouse Gallery is hosting a series of works by London artists responding to the Olympic and Paralympic Games. See: www.smokehousegallery.org

The White Rabbit Cocktail Club is staging a production of Quills though without the use of bunnies

The White Rabbit Cocktail Club is staging a production of Quills though without the use of bunnies

The White Rabbit Cocktail Club is staging a production of Quills though without the use of bunnies

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