19 April 2013

We love weekends

ONE of the biggest draws across London this weekend sees Pulp and 2ManyDJs taking over the Shacklewell Arms, but if that doesn't float your boat, how about an Argentine film festival or wrestling bouts in a church? Life's never dull in Hackney...

Planet Jiro

Artist Jiro Osuga marks the launch of his new website with an exhibition at Flowers Gallery. Artworks are based on a London theme and arranged in a space that mimics a journey though the website. Free. Until 11 May

Handel’s Messiah/wrestling in a church

The Speaker of Hackney hosts ‘Super Saturday’ featuring an unusual combination of wrestling and chamber music at St Mary of Eton Church. Proceeds go to the church, Amnesty International and Positive East. £5. Saturday, 20 April

Pulp and 2ManyDJs

Pulp celebrates Soulwax's remix of lost track ‘After You’ by holding a record release party at Shacklewell Arms. There's no tickets on sale, instead organisers are running a competition until Saturday afternoon with a limited number of give-aways. Free. Saturday, 20 April

The Last Black Soldier

An original play starts at Chats Palace, inspired by the contributions black men and women made during both World Wars. £10/18. Saturday, 20 April

The Argentine Film Festival

Hackney Picturehouse is showing films as part of the second annual Argentine Film Festival. Features 'Sadourni’s Butterflies', 'Dead Man and Being Happy', and 'Sofia Turns 100' as well as a short film afternoon. Various prices. 19-21 April

Pulp will DJ alongside 2ManyDJs at Shacklewell Arms

Pulp will DJ alongside 2ManyDJs at Shacklewell Arms

Pulp will DJ alongside 2ManyDJs at Shacklewell Arms

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