April |London Edition
Working Class Heroes at BFI Southbank | Belvedere Rd, South Bank, SE1 8XT
14th - 15th April
Two-day event celebrating the actors, directors and filmmakers who built their careers without nepotism or trust funds. Event includes live onstage interviews, panels, acting classes and screenings.
11th April - 29th April
The film festival presents a rich and diverse mix from international premieres to independent releases, industry masterclasses and immersive live events across various E postcodes.
Tehran Taboo at Genesis, 93-95 Mile End Rd, E1 4UJ - 15th April
The captivating animated drama is a snapshot of contemporary Iran and all it's hypocrisies and contradictions, written and directed by Ali Soozandeh.
Kissing Candice at Curzon Cinema, Aldgate Goodman's Fields, 2 Canter Way E1 8PS - 18th April
A visually arresting coming-of-age story written and directed by Somesuch director Aoife McArdle.
Boom For Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiatat The Castle Cinema, 64-66 Brooksby Walk, E9 6DA - 15th April
Mare Street Market | 117 Mare Street, London E8 4RU
Open 7 days a week | 8am–11:30pm
Marc Francis-Baum and Gizzi Erskine are the brains behind the new Hackney hangout. The market has it all: three dining spots, (including Gizzi's first solo venture) record store, coffee shop, deli, florist, off-license and an outdoor terrace.
Another Kind of Life: Photography on the margins. at Barbican Art Gallery | Barbican Centre, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS
Until 27th May
Exhibition that looks at life beyond the confines of mainstream society through the work of photographers such as Bruce Davidson, Larry Clark, Mary Ellen Mark and many more.
One for the Future
Spiceup Exhibition at Business Design Centre | 52 Upper St, London N1 0QH
28th July – 20th August
SpiceUp is the biggest pop music exhibition to come to London and will showcase thousands of Spice Girls artefacts and memorabilia. The iconic spice bus which featured in the Spice World movie will be taking centre stage at the exhibition.