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A macabre tale of murder fronted by a barber who uses his snipping skills to deadly effect may not sound like your usual night at the theatre, but it’s music to the ears of a talented theatrical group looking to bring audiences something just a bit different.

With World Book Day fast approaching, test your knowledge of some of the globe’s most beloved children’s books.

A British rapper will run a series of school music workshops as a way of showing gratitude for the help he received from mentors.

My nieces and I stood in total disbelief when my mum said she was not making Sunday dinner.

As themes for a play go, the global implications of the growth of India’s surrogacy industry is pretty out there.

It maybe small in stature but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in creative talent. Ellena Cruse spoke to Tight Modern staff about showcasing artists who have overcome barriers.

Gentrification is one of the biggest talking points across the capital, and this new play explores the role social media plays.

A self-professed Redbridge “old boy” who became a successful author, is excited to return to his home town for a special book signing this weekend.

After her mother was diagnosed with cancer, Rachael Featherstone quit her job to spend time with her and started writing. She tells Ellena Cruse about her debut novel and the death of her mum.

“Now, what I want is facts,” begins a famous novel.

Suits with ties, shimmering saris, and a sneaky pair of boxers peeking out of low slung jeans are just a few of the garments on display when you walk down Ilford High Road.

You may not think a play written in the 1950s about witch trials in the 17th century would have much in common with today’s audiences.

A woman’s tale of demonic possession will be gracing the big screen at a horror films festival.

Music

Fri, 17:00

A British rapper will run a series of school music workshops as a way of showing gratitude for the help he received from mentors.

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

There’s lots of great theatre, sporting events and concerts coming up across east London in 2017. Check out our top picks below.

Saturday, October 8, 2016

With vocal chords well rested over summer, a 100-strong choir is set to rock it out with popular feel good songs.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

A popular community festival will prolong summer celebrations with a day of family activities, performances and live music.

Friday, September 9, 2016

If you’ve ever wanted to go to the Edinburgh Fringe, but don’t fancy the long journey up to Scotland, then head to the borough’s very own fringe this weekend.

Monday, September 5, 2016

Many of us dream about living in a friendly, cultural hub, with brightly coloured artwork in windows and perhaps even workshops so we can all discover our inner artist.

Monday, September 5, 2016

As the sun began to set on the weekend at Hainault Forest Country Park the words “jah Rastafari” carried on ringing through the air.

Theatre

Yesterday, 12:00

A macabre tale of murder fronted by a barber who uses his snipping skills to deadly effect may not sound like your usual night at the theatre, but it’s music to the ears of a talented theatrical group looking to bring audiences something just a bit different.

Tue, 10:00

As themes for a play go, the global implications of the growth of India’s surrogacy industry is pretty out there.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Gentrification is one of the biggest talking points across the capital, and this new play explores the role social media plays.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

You may not think a play written in the 1950s about witch trials in the 17th century would have much in common with today’s audiences.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

A woman’s tale of demonic possession will be gracing the big screen at a horror films festival.

Monday, December 26, 2016

Remember those pantomimes you’ve been to as a child or taken your own children to?

Saturday, November 26, 2016

He’s larger than life and the belle of the ball, can you guess who I’m talking about yet?

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