05 April 2013

We love weekends

A BOB Gill exhibition, fusion band and a critically acclaimed theatre version of Moby Dick are just a small selection of the things to do in Hackney this weekend.

Remixed speed dating

A free event that puts musicians and producers together for future collaborations. The Rich Mix drop-in day provides a chance to mingle with professionals and hear seminars on promotion, legal issues, funding and getting gigs. Free. Friday, 5 April

Bob Gill exhibition

Internationally renowned graphic designer and illustrator Bob Gill has produced new prints for The Print Club. His work has been exhibited in major international museums and the designer earned lifetime achievement awards from both the London and New York D&AD creative groups. Free. Until 11 April

Katts&Dawgs

Swing-ska-funk-gypsy-pop band Katts&Dawgs return to Hackney Attic with a set of upbeat summer songs to summon the sun. Support comes from Hackney’s Miss Mini. £5/4. Friday, 5 April

Moby Dick

A highly acclaimed production of the classic Herman Melville novel opened this week at Arcola Theatre. The spirit of the lauded original masterpiece is captured on stage by production company simple8. £18/14. Until 4 May

Story-telling for families

A workshop for five to 15-year-olds combining radio and drama to construct stories around a Navid Nuur exhibition at Parasol Unit Gallery. £5 per family. 6 April

Fusion band KattsandDawgs will be playing Hackney Attic on Friday

Fusion band KattsandDawgs will be playing Hackney Attic on Friday

Fusion band KattsandDawgs will be playing Hackney Attic on Friday

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