Things To Do

Culture

St Patrick’s Cemetery: Leytonstone’s most atmospheric corner?

It’s home to 170,000 graves, including the Hitchcock family and Jack The Ripper’s last tragic victim

Gods Own Junk Yard. ©Peter Dazeley
Art

God’s Own Junkyard: the story of neon signs – and their E17 home

In an exclusive extract from new book London Explored, read why the world’s biggest collection is in Walthamstow

Community

Black History Month 2021: three local highlights

From foraging in the forest to local history walks, we pick a trio of highlights across the borough

Community

Don’t miss: Leytonstone Loves Film & E11 Yard Sale

Two key annual happenings take place this week

Community

6 new openings: Leytonstone, Walthamstow & Hackney Wick

More than half a dozen fresh ideas for weekend jaunts across our patch of East London, from E17 to E11 and E3

Unity Cafe
Community

Leytonstone Festival: long-running annual bash is back

Nine days of art, live music, food, performance and kids’ activities kick off this Saturday across E11’s many venues

Art

Bigger than Trafalgar! Head to Fellowship Square for a summer of free events

Soho Theatre, open-air cinema, art shows, fashion and craft markets all come to E17’s shiny new public space this month