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St John on Bethnal Green

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200 Cambridge Heath Road, London, E2 9PA

Baba Yaga's Hut Presents: KTL (Peter Rehburg + Stephen O'Malley)

Baba Yaga's Hut Presents: February 17th at St. John on Bethnal Green KTL + Support Tickets £18 / 8.00 KTL is the duo musical collaboration of Peter Rehberg and Stephen O'Malley, initially formed to score and perform in Gisele Vienne's theatre piece "Kindertotenlieder" in 2006. KTL is a living piece of music, where long, flexible and free evolution is important to the character of the sound, and allowing all potential possibility to remain open in the performances.

Fri 17 Feb

£18

Baba Yaga's Hut Presents: Tropic Of Cancer + Thomas Ragsdale

Baba Yaga's Hut Presents: February 28th at St. John on Bethnal Green Church Tropic of Cancer + Thomas Ragsdale 7:30 / £12

Tue 28 Feb

£12

The Heidi Talbot Band

Heidi Talbot was born in Ireland became a folk star in the USA as a member of the Irish American band Cherish the Ladies, and now lives in Scotland, where she is married to the celebrated fiddler and multi-instrumentalist John McCusker.

Wed 24 May

£18.15

Holly Macve

Music from the Yorkshire-born singer.

Thu 6 Apr

£11

International Women's Day Concert With O'hooley & Tidow, Lady Maisery And Grace Petrie

Coven are a collective of three of the British folk scene's finest, most formidable and forthright female acts, taking to the stage to celebrate International Women's Day in a week of unforgettable concerts. The exquisitely harmonic songwriting duo and BBC 6 Music favourites O'Hooley & Tidow will be joined by the enchanting BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Finalists Lady Maisery and the irrepressible Leicester songwriter, activist and performer Grace Petrie. Debuting their new EP, experience these thought provoking, heartfelt, entertaining and enthralling women performing individually and collectively on one stage.

O'Hooley & Tidow: 'Defiant, robust, political, northern, poetical folk music for the times we live in.' Independent

'Lady Maisery are women with ideas, purpose and urgency. They create powerful, enthralling work.' Songlines

Grace Petrie: 'A powerful new songwriting voice.' Guardian

Fri 10 Mar

£15.40

Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker And John Doyle

The three musicians and singers, all of whom also appear in other groups as well as solo, collaborate on a range of contemporary and classic folk songs.

Thu 23 Feb

£19.80

Modernism and Model Dwellings: Housing in Bethnal Green

The history of British social housing can be traced on this walk through Bethnal Green, from fine examples of the work of the Victorian philanthropic housing movement to 20th century council housing, taking in the grandeur of the pivotal Boundary Street Estate (LCC) and works by two leading modernists – Lasdun and Lubetkin – working for a borough council that was radical in both its politics and its choice of architects. The buildings and their configurations illustrate the changing visions of architects and planners for new, better ways of living in our cities.

Sat 21 Jan
Outside

£12 (£9)

Shake The Chains

Shake the Chains - a touring commission of new and classic protest songs Featuring Nancy Kerr, Findlay Napier, Hannah Martin, Greg Russell & Tim Yates WITH SPECIAL GUEST Peggy Seeger From the industrial revolution, universal suffrage and the slave trade through to CND, Rock against Racism and the Miners' strike, songs are a common and integral factor in all the movements that have sought to instigate change. Shake the Chains is an exciting new touring commission from celebrated UK contemporary folk singer songwriters that will explore the role songs have played in social change, resistance and protest. At a time when making our political voice heard is as important as ever, Shake the Chains will include new material written exclusively for the project, as well as classic protest songs from around the world.

Mon 27 Feb

£17.60

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